MINI REVIEW-A Series of Unfortunate Events Netflix Show

GUYS! GUYS! A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS TV SHOW CAME OUT, AND I LOVE IT!

Warning: Their may or may not be a ton of “!”

Wow! I LOVED this show so much! I’m so glad I watched this! TO START OF, GOOD JOB NETFLIX!

One of the things I loved most about this TV series was that it was so much alike to the books. It was a REALLY GOOD adaptation! Neil Patrick Harris, was AWESOME as Count Olaf! There were SO many little details from the books that please me so much. From the little intro’s at the beginning, to actually seeing the Baudelaire mansion, It was GREAT!

It appealed to all ages, and it was still excellent!  I didn’t have to worry about swear words are it being to scary, My six-year old brother even got the story, and he loved it. There was NO swearing at all, and it constantly fought me for my attention!

One of the key things that this book communicated was that life, usually isn’t like a fairy tale. Sometimes, there is no happy ending and against all odds you still have to fight back. The movie really ringed true to this and it worked perfectly!

There was a hint of darkness and grim , laced with enough whity sarcasm  and jokes to make this show NOT SCARY! When things started to feel boring BAM something totally unexpected happens making you thirst for more.

 

WAS IT BETTER THAN THE BOOK?

A. Unfortunately, it wasn’t. It was as good as the books though! I was SOO surprised, I had already prepared myself for the worst! But, it was a neat surprise! This show really rang true to the books and I would HIGHLY recommend for you to check it out!

Star Review:

 

HOUSTON! WE HAVE SUCCESSFULLY LAUNCHED A GOOD BOOK TO TV SHOW ADAPTATION! *Launches Rocket*

 

5 thoughts on “MINI REVIEW-A Series of Unfortunate Events Netflix Show

  1. I watched a few episodes and I already love it! I admit I was a bit nervous about Neil playing as Count Olaf, but he absolutely nailed it! The series is dark, witty and a bit weird (as it should be). Can’t wait to see the rest of the episodes!

  2. I agree! But, now that I’m finished with it I think he was a PERFECT Count Olaf! He really captured the essence of the character and portrayed it beautifully!

  3. I’ve only seen 1 1/2 episodes so far but I love it! The sets are amazing and I learned that the person that did them is the same person that did the sets for Pushing Daisies. Have you seen that? Sadly it only lasted for two seasons but it was another great, quirky show. It’s about Ned the Pie Man whose touch can bring the dead back to life, but a second does returns them to death.

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