Film/Television

The Romanoffs – Panorama – Review

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WARNING: THE FOLLOWING REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS.

We’re back to the extended run time again, ugh.

This week’s episode opens with a man, who I believe is Abel (Juan Pablo Castañeda) scrolling aimlessly through Tinder. There is an internal monologue that plays over snapshots of various women around the city. This is an ode to beauty and the simplicities of it, are we more beautiful when we’re unaware of said beauty?

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Film/Television

The Romanoffs – Bright and High Circle – Review

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WARNING: THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS.

The latest entry into The Romanoff’s is a difficult one for me to review. On one hand, I enjoyed elements of this episode and found it a strong improvement over last weeks in most aspects.

On the other hand, its central message is murky at best and borderline preachy at worst. It stands for things I’m very much against, namely it authorizes victim-blaming and seems like Matthew Weiner’s thinly veiled criticism of the #MeToo movement and his way of tactlessly trying to shut down the woman who accused him of harassment.

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Film/Television

The Romanoffs – High and Bright Circle – Advance Preview

We’re already on episode five of The Romanoffs and tonight’s episode is a difficult one to describe. One of the main components of the episode I cannot reveal as it would spoil the entirety of the episode’s premise, but I’ll reveal what I can.

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