No, it's not going to jump anybody's queue, certainly not if you haven't seen, for example, Devil All the Time. Or Raised by Wolves.The review doesn't match the score Cas, but you explain your reasons why. You make it sound like an affable enough endeavour with Brown doing her bit to make it entertaining. But that doesn't sound like something that could jump the line in my ever increasing backlog of films and TV shows to watch
It was a fun film, but when a film costs $18m ($35m today) and only takes in $19m ($46.5m) with a name like Spielberg attached, it's considered a disaster and any thought of sequels quickly abandoned.I loved Young Sherlock Holmes, a movie which bizarrely never got any sequels despite the cliffhanger ending.
I'm using Tenet technologyHow are you watching Raised By Wolves? It has no UK distributor rather bafflingly.
Yes, agree, MBB absolutely nailed the talking-to-the-camera thing, which could have easily been just bloody irritating, but was probably a highlight.Cheers for the review, watched this earlier today.
Probably a high 7 for me.
I really enjoyed the parts talking to the camera. Thoroughly enjoyable and not the usual Netflix dross. I agree completely that it needed trimming down, I didn’t notice it too much as I had nothing else to do on a rainy day, but it did lose a bit in the middle and could have been more refined.
MBB seemed perfectly suited to this role and really showed what she is capable of. As long as she doesn’t go off the rails like some young actresses have done, she could have a long future ahead.
I can see this being a good franchise for Netflix.