Sunday, January 15, 2017

A Series of Unfortunate Events

cinema à la carte                                 

A Series of Unfortunate Events
This is the all around best theater in all of history. I'm not making that up. Delightful word play and great performances; at least through the first two episodes we've watched.

How Netflix made A Series of Unfortunate Events, its first great TV for families 
20 Ways Netflix's A Series of Unfortunate Events Is Different From the Books


Tom Smith said...

Your suggestions are usually good ones. Funny how about 95% of my TV content is streaming and 90% of that are Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu originals.

OregonGuy said...


I just blitzed through all eight episodes. Didn't mean to. But, did.

My sons read all the books, and I never thought much about it. And some interesting takes on the differences between literal and figurative meaning.

Cheesy said...

We've been enjoying "The 100" on Netflix; solid story & acting, with a pertinent message for us all.

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