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8.5
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Westworld – Les Écorchés Review

Well, the season two Westworld  puzzle boxes are opening at a much crisper pace (and with less fanfare than season one). I was shocked that Ford was so clear and concise in explaining such a central conceit of the series to Bernard (and to us). I was also shocked at the speed at which the series […]

8.5
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Westworld – Phase Space Review

Anyone else yell “No!” at the screen when Akane told Maeve she would be staying behind with Mushashi in Shogun World? Because man, what a bummer to have two such interesting characters taken from the game board so soon after they arrived. But, I suppose, when a show has as sprawling of a cast as […]

9.0
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Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 4 Part 1 (Spoiler-Free) Review

Netflix’s most twistedly joyful series, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, returns May 30th for one final season (which will be broken up into two parts, with the six-episode “Part One” dropping on the 30th, and the remaining seven-episode “Part Two” airing later this year). Having seen the first three episodes of season four, I’m happy to report […]

7.5
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Legion – Chapter 16 Review

Even by Legion standards, “Chapter 16” was a narrative mess. Perhaps that was the point – highlighting the confusion and jumbling of one’s mental state as insanity takes hold (even though Insanity was defeated last week). But as a viewer, it seemed more like Noah Hawley had a bunch of story ideas and wanted to fling […]

9.0
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Westworld – Akane No Mai Review

I have a proposal for Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy: Let’s just spend the rest of the Westworld season with Maeve and her band of interesting supporting characters (including their delightful Shogun World counterparts). Let’s follow them as they explore the parks and Maeve’s ever-growing power. Let’s see Maeve try and find her daughter (who I […]

7.5
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Legion – Chapter 15 Review

After last week’s disappointing episode that tried to do too much too late in the game with the Amy/David relationship, Legion‘s “Chapter 15” offered a more satisfying course correction back to the main theme of the season: How do you solve a problem like an apocalypse? Was the episode a home run? Hardly. But it did […]

7.5
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Westworld – The Riddle of the Sphinx

Westworld‘s most interesting characters got a week off with “The Riddle of the Sphinx,” which swung the focus back to William’s life story (and continuing adventures on Ford’s boring quest). While I’m normally one to complain about time spent with William (who, despite some baby steps towards characterization in “The Riddle of the Sphinx,” continues […]

6.5
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Legion – Chapter 14 Review

If you had asked me back in January which second season would be more satisfying, Legion or Westworld, I would have laughed at you for even suggesting that Westworld could put together a better string of episodes than the widely inventive Legion. Yet, here we are, living in a world where Legion can’t seem to pull itself out of the narrative […]

9.0
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Westworld – Virtú e Fortuna Review

Westworld has been dinged, by myself and others, for its seeming inability to tell a coherent and cohesive story.  And while season two has been much better at avoiding the solely puzzlebox nature of season one, it wasn’t until watching that opening sequence of “Virtú e Fortuna” that I began to believe that Westworld can be […]

7.5
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Legion – Chapter 13 Review

I’ve consistently praised Aubrey Plaza’s great work throughout the first season and a half of Legion, and I’ve certainly wanted to see more of her and Lenny as the series continues to unspool itself. So while it was lovely to get an hour centered on Lenny (even if it was just an hour answering the big […]

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