BINGE WATCH FOR THE WEEKEND | Love, Death & Robots, Tim Miller
Cosmin’s opinion: Each month, Netflix releases new TV shows, each time trying to be more original than before. And sometimes they manage to achieve great things. That is the case with Love, Death & Robots. An anthology animated series mainly covering the themes of, well, love, death and robots (not necessarily all 3 in each episode). Yes, at a glance it is hard to imagine what kind of stories could come out of this combination, and this is what is first truly amazing : the plethora of creativity and originality; stories mixing legends with the future, common with weird, humans with technology.
Of course, not every episode might satisfy you, as they sometimes tend to be quite different from one another, starting with the animation style: going from classic 2D to 3D and also more original, comic-book-like or black and white drawings and patterns. And then there are the stories, 18 of them, each different from the other. As it usually happens, many websites have created lists of all of them ranked. But most of them do not agree with each other, as Love, Death & Robots is the kind of show that plunges into the viewer’s subjectivity. For instance, the episode I shall remember the most and would hence be my number 1 if I would have to make a list is “Zima Blue”, the story of a mysterious artist’s unique interview. I am glad to say I don’t know if many of you might agree with this choice. In the end, you should definitely watch all episodes of this TV show, even if you’re dissatisfied by the first one(s), because you never know when you might stumble upon something truly amazing. Also, they’re quite short (between 6 and 17 minutes), so you can binge watch all of them faster than 4 episodes of Game of Thrones.
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