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It’s been 20 years since the Tanners were on television, and Netflix‘ Fuller House is an effort that had a lot of people wondering if the world really wanted to revisit the family. The theory of the show has a lot going for it, but audiences need to see things through a very specific lens.
In a world with more sequels, reboots, and reimaginings than it needs, and with the popularity (or at least Roi) of several film trips to the 80s, it just isn’t that strange to take another ride with a popular show.
That said, it can’t go unmentioned that Fuller House isn’t a good show. It just isn’t. But, it isn’t a terrible show either, and you’ve got to remember that it isn’t a look back to a good show, so you need to accurately set your bar.
Full House wasn’t a good show, »
- Marc Eastman
With just five days until Gravity Falls reaches its too-soon conclusion, fans of Disney Xd’s cult hit are dreading the big goodbye — or is just a “see ya later”?
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“It’s not inconceivable that one day we may return to this world,” series creator Alex Hirsch told reporters during a press conference Wednesday. “With a little bit of time away from it, it’s possible there might be a special or something.”
Hirsch clarified that there aren’t currently any follow-up plans for the waning series, but promised »
2 items from 2016
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