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On a birthday trip, Caroline visits her sister Jackie and her boyfriend. What starts out as an evening with close friends quickly goes askew. Caroline and the group attempt to support ... See full summary »
Adam Christian Clark
"Grimm: Meltdown" is a 4-part mini series from 2013 that is of course a spin-off from the television show "Grimm". Usually, I am not too big on mini series, but I kinda enjoyed this one here. It's about a kind of janitor guy who gets attacked by a bald human-like creature and transforms into a rodent for seconds then. When he manages to hide away, more problems arise as his phone isn't near. And then he doesn't have any reception, but still makes it work somehow. Eventually, the ending is pretty simple, but still feels realistic. This one here did not really get me interested in checking out Grimm anytime soon, but this does not mean it was bad or anything, actually kinda enjoyable. The actors also appear in (work on) the real show which is always a plus. It is a very short thingey we have here as each of the episodes runs for under 2 minutes, which means you can watch the entire thing in 8. And you should. Thumbs up.
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