Best Netflix Series 2021 Squid Game
In the Korean series “Squid game” released on the “Netflix” platform in September 2021, 465 people apply to participate in a very strange competition .
Kids in our house like Exploding Kittens into Kaido, but the new Korean Netflix thriller squid game might just be a little beyond my skill expert contestants compete with each other in a mysterious and deadly survival game involving multiple rounds of childhood games. In order to win 45 point 6,000,000,001 in prize money that can pull them out of their misery.
Now we get some really good character development across several of the episodes. The first half of the first episode is really just building out the main character of Juwan Which is probably just as terrible so I will apologize.
for, he’s down on his luck and you can almost think of him as like he’s in debt something crazy, and he’s basically just given up on his approach to dealing with the stranger and after quite a while he’s given a card with a phone number on it. And once he calls to go in is picked up by this mysterious band .
and then he finds himself .
waking up with a tone of other people, all wearing number tracks and they sort of learned that they must play these games with the ultimate prize be interested crapped on a money. Now, the catch is, if you lose the game. So the way my awkward. Number of Players decrease design and production problems which are so well mixed.
Sets are extremely complex construction indicators are very elementary, but I think it’s brilliant how the show was able to take such a basic games say like green light , and make it really suspenseful, all the games that are played stem from childhood games, and the settings contained playground games that I think contrasts really well with the extreme violence that occurs during the actual games, and it’s like, innocent, treachery, which is unsettling, but affected the show’s concept .
it takes a very simple premise and then asked, What’s a horrifying twist because it is a violent death. So, every game is extremely tense and anxiety ridden age or even Battle Royale field proportions with the games begin. But then they toss in a healthy dose of Alison Borderlands and the series becomes insane, also a social experiment portion of this that is exciting to watch as just human faces comes out and it’s almost a bit like in Lord of the Flies, you know you have people who are left to their own devices, and when they’re in there .
especially in groups. It used to be altruistic and warm. And that right there is on full display. There’s also a morality play at the centre of the chaos themes of choices, greed, even righteousness and friendship are explored as sometimes they have no earthly and other times they’re only mildly exam. This is amazing like taught with the spirit, the show frustratingly will leave us on this super exciting cliffhanger, and then go to correct.
Now, thankfully with Netflix’s wisdom, the next episode, it just starts immediately, so we can keep that blood pressure up at that, you know, just that heart attack inducing. No, not all of the episodes. Sometimes the show will take the episode to build out our characters just more, and then develop the story depth to introduce more. Well, when there are camps, I mean, watch out, they’re crazy and Episode Four I think might cause some seizures,
because there are a lot of flashing lights and it actually started to make me a little bit dizzy because the scene went on for several minutes, though some episodes are frenetic and high action.
There are others that create their suspense from just the quiet and calm interactions, not every episode contains some level though a palpable apprehension and there are some gut punches that come at the lowest expected times, which I think makes them even more moving. And then when we get some of the reveals they make this out to me just a second interesting.
I like that there’s a slight mystery quest that’s going on in the background. And it provides a lot more intriguing backbone to the show, especially because there’s not really any other mechanism or interest this information to be uncovered.
I mean it’s not like the players have the ability to uncover certain info. So to have another character involved who else to fill in the gaps that also works to create a different type of tension. Now I think if you listen closely to some of the conversation, options, but this doesn’t take away from their emotional path. There are also several of the story reveals that I think you can guess that correct.
There were a few key ones that I made that ended up paying right, But it did surprise me because I wasn’t absolutely certain of the
guests, and they were just more punches, based on what I had observed and heard.
I think a little of the side story that I had mentioned, takes away from the main tension as we get closer to the end of the season, and it felt like it ruined the show by, it just felt slightly like this distraction from the overall gain.
There were points where it actually didn’t feel my nervousness a little bit by causing the story to break away from the action that was happening during one of the games, and I liked what they were trying to do with the side story because it did add good content just wasn’t always employed at the right times. And there’s also a storyline that is developed, and then only partially resolved.
I’ve kind of frustrating that we follow this character so much drama to only have it not fully answer the why of their quest to make that story arc less effective and most pointless in the long run.
|Now this doesn’t shy away from the violence we need is a bloody mess. And sometimes the core that is shown. I think it’s quite gruesome, sometimes it was a little much, but I do applaud their attention to detail and realism, I get the sense that this is more of a limited series than the first several seasons, and I personally am totally okay with it.|
And there’s a good sense of closure, even though the potential does exist for the story to continue on There are nine episodes with each of them right about an hour long, so it’s going to be a time commitment.
Once I say thank you on purpose, because I think once you start, you’re not going to be able to stop. Overall, and a lot of fun with with game. The premise was simple, is invigorating and thrilling.
The characters elicit a good emotional response forth, thanks in part to charismatic leads and some really good development of the main character, the suspense has executed well in the violence of the show, maybe shocking, but it wasn’t engaging and it fit within the story context, I do wish one of the story arcs would have been fleshed out more to dive into motivations, but on the whole .
this was an exciting watch that they continually looking forward to the next episode, has the current one wrapped up, there’s sex, nudity, a lot of profanity and an absolute tonne of bloody and gory violence. I get squared game four and a half out of five couches, so to play games, what’s a favourite of yours, I’d love to know what you play in the comments below if you enjoyed this review .
2 thoughts on “Best Netflix Series 2021 Squid Game”
I have to watch this now thanks to your great article. I need to see how they turn an innocent game like red light, green light into horror
Your welcome with pleasure
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