Kingdom; The Fragile Souls of Fighters

Kingdom is a mixture of drama and sport series that is swinging between male-dominance competitions and fragile relationships of its characters. Unlike most series with this theme, Kingdom prefers to explore characters in situations rather than telling stories. This approach leads the series to be character-centered instead of relying on one long story or episodic stories.

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Penny Dreadful: City of Angels; Mirroring Today’s U.S. Within the Frame of Yesterday

Even though Penny Dreadful: City of Angels (2020) and Penny Dreadful (2014-2016) share the director and the name, the new series has no relation to the older one. It may be disappointing for fans of the mysterious horror characters and particularly prodigious Eva Green from the first show. Still, the new series is impressive in the way John Logan narrates another fantasy story in a different environment with new casting.

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Colony; Segregation by Walls or Greed? (Season 1-3)

Colony is using the same cliché and elements of all a sci-fi story like the fight between humans and aliens, spaceships, hi-tech weapons etc., but its plot doesn’t bound the motif to the conflict between two sides of the war. It tries to create various crises in characters’ lives to push them towards decisions that endanger them or others.

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Extraction; A Big Step for Netflix to Enter Indian Market

If you are a fan of non-stop action movies that doesn’t need your brain to dig more into the storyline and character, Extraction is a good choice for you. And if you are a racist who enjoys watching a white guy kills a lot of brown Bangladeshis, again Extraction is made for you.

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