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13 Reasons Why: Bye (2018)
Great finale. And finally we can say goodbye to Hannah. Man I was sick of her. I liked the show but her goody character annoyed me. Ah Hannah, so nice and perfect. And her ghost talking with Clay all this season was too much.
The sentences we saw weren't just but this is what reality is as well. Amazing that Justin payed for it more than Bryce did. Poor Justin. I am sad he keeps on doing drugs. It seems that his step dad is after him. It hurt to see him look at Jessica. And they belong together one could see through the season that she loves him still, but I also feel bad for Alex, he is a good guy.
And I am glad we are moving on to Tyler. I felt way bad for him than for Hannah all through the show. Now that they were dwelling on her they absolutely ignored him and his problems. And the thing is I don't get why they were so against him. What he did to Hannah wasn't worse than what they did. The only one would would deserve such treatment is Bryce.The bathroom scene....Oh god, I was crying and yelling at the screen when watching it feeling horrible for that poor kid. I wouldn't even mind if Monty got shot. But I am glad they prevented the shooting. It would be worse for Tyler. And now he can be saved. I am sure he would need to be in a hospital after what happened. I would watch the show again but I think I can never bring myself to rewatch this scene. But I can see how it was necessary. And I hope his life getting better in season 3
The Box of Polaroids (#2.9)
Justin testifies. They look for Polaroids. Tyler gets sent to a behavior school. Jessica goes to police about the rape. The verdict comes and Bryce is arrested together with Justin.
Great episode. Justin is wonderful. I knew that this will be the risk Clay's mother talked about. The arrests at the end were well done! First Bryce and the Justin that shocked everyone. The verdict itself I didn't care much about. Somehow it didn't matter to me that school will be held responsible. While Mr Porter made a mistake he is actually a great character. It is also great how he already highlighted Tyler because something will definitely happen there.
I feel very bad for Tyler. He was betrayed by his only friend. And he is all alone. And he gets bullied more than Hannah did. While all the attention is on her he deserves at least as much sympathy.
Lots of gun scenes. I liked how Justin got the gun from Clay. And the scene where Monty gets surrounded is also great. As well as Alex pointing the gun he sent to him at Monty. But now where are the Polaroids?
And we got to see a bit of how Justin and Bryce's friendship started. Bryce was actually a sweet child and then he became worse than the kids he defended Justin from.
13 Reasons Why: Bryce and Chloe (2018)
Bryce and Chloe (#2.11)
Bryce testifies. Jessica shows Chloe the pictures and she agrees to testify as well but changes her mind. Clay goes shooting with Tyler and then takes the gun to Bryce's house.
Another great episode. The whole mass fight in the hall was pretty funny. And there are usually not many funny things on this show.
The court scenes were also really good. I can't believe Chloe changed her statement right there.
Bryce's mother confronting him was also really good.
And the final scene, very intense.
13 Reasons Why: Smile, Bitches (2018)
Smile, Bitches (#2.10)
A girl bullied by Hannah in previous school and Tony testify. Clay finds the clubhouse. Tyler loses his friend.
I am not sure why Justin didn't know about clubhouse. I believe he was part of the team. Wow, Bryce is horrible.
I liked Mr Porter talking to Justin. He did everything to help him out.
Now we know how Tony beat up the guy. And while the reason is clear I still feel bad for the man that he was injured so badly. I don't think it would beat homophobia out anyways.
Poor Tyler. I can't help but feel sorry for him. It was a bad idea to make that girl be quiet. But he the guy who got bullied the most in school now also lost his one friend and his parents took away his cameras. I couldn't stand them then. I guess we are coming soon to the big consequences of this.
13 Reasons Why: The Missing Page (2018)
The Missing Page (#2.9)
Mr Porter testifies. Jessica tries to move on. Clay gets beaten up.
Again a wonderful episode. After the first few I didn't expect the season to be any good. I loved Mr Porter's testifying. Especially when he said that the rapist is Bryce Walker. What a moment.
It is pretty obvious that Tony is the one or one of those who beat up Lucas. I wonder about details though and how his boyfriend will take it.
And the finale was also great. The guys really made a perfect thing on the football field.
13 Reasons Why: The Little Girl (2018)
The Little Girl (#2.8)
The tapes are out. Hannah's parents testify.
This episode is amazing. very powerful and so much happens that it is even impossible to address everything. Everyone's reaction to the tapes was absolutely perfect. I love how it is going. Even Bryce looked worried for a bit. Marcus made the decision to tell it how it is.
Again poor Tyler. At least until he kills the bird. The one time I didn't like him. But I see where they are going with it. He will show us another reaction to intense bullying. Everyone is fixated on how they could have helped Hannah and yet failing him now.
The Third Polaroid (#2.7)
Clay testifies. Alex has a birthday party that doesn't end too well.
I don't really get what Clay's issue is. Is he jealous of Justin with his parents? I thought he wanted to help him. His testimony was less exciting than of Zach. So they did drugs, who doesn't try something in high school. But it shows Hannah's depression. It was not just the coming down. Their conversation when high was also pretty good. Hannah saying that the feelings one feels must be somewhere inside. So was probably the coming down feeling. And how Clay says he doesn't know the future since one can't change it. Now he probably wishes he knew.
Alex's story was also good. Poor Tyler. I don't understand the hate he gets. What he did was so much less bad than what Bryce did. So it is kind of hypocritical of Zach to send him home while hanging out with Bryce. This is kind of bullying. Alex's outburst was beautiful So was Jessica's response to it.
I guess the scene with Bryce was showing forced consent. I feel bad for her.
The Smile at the End of the Dock (#2.6)
Now Zach is testifying and tells about the secret relationship him and Hannah had.
This was a pretty good episode. Zach and Hannah had a great chemistry. It was sad they didn't go on because of school politics. And I see why he is blaming himself. If she had him stay with her it would have been easier. Now it also makes sense she sent him a tape because in season 1 the reason seemed to be an absolute nonsense. Now she probably just didn't say it on tape but this is why she sent it. Although why didn't she tell it before knowing that she dies anyways.
Justin coming back to school was also a great scene. I wonder what was taken from his bag.
13 Reasons Why: The Chalk Machine (2018)
The Chalk Machine (#2.5)
Now Ryan is testifying. Mr. Porter tries to take care of Justin's situation.
Great episode. I actually love Ryan. It took me a while to remember what wrong he did to Hannah. He was really a friend and I also loved him at court. He said it all. I also liked the scene where he was stood up and Tony with his boyfriend asked him to join them. He is the one who deserves good friends.
The story with Justin is also going on well. It adds to it being interesting that he was found out. I loved Mr Porter in this episode. I would not arrest him but give him an award for punching that awful stepfather. And we'll see where Justin went now. I have a feeling he went to Jessica.
The Second Polaroid (#2.4)
This time it is Marcus on the stand. Justin gets detoxificated
This episode was actually pretty good. I liked Marcus's story. How he tried to use it for his benefit with Bryce. I feel though that Bryce will not get away with it now that this Polaroid appeared.
Alex and Jessica's school skipping was also pretty good. I also wonder how Alex will listen to the tapes again.
I think what made this episode better is that there was less Hannah ghost. She was just in the memories.
13 Reasons Why: The Drunk Slut (2018)
The Drunk Slut (#2.3)
Now it is Jessica;s time to testify and she tells nothing about what happened with Bryce.
Well things that annoyed me before still do. I hate Hannah scenes. And there are way too many of them. Jessica's dramatic commentary through the episode was also annoying. Oh they put labels on us that define us our "whole life" (lol), it is so hard to be a girl wah wah wah. Some whining about race through episode as well. People in the future will laugh about this.
But it was better than other episodes. It gets more interesting. Jessica's encounter with Hannah's mother was also good. Just as Tyler's story which makes me curious.
Nice to see Justin back. Even though how they looked for him was unintentionally funny.
13 Reasons Why: Two Girls Kissing (2018)
Two Girls Kissing (#2.2)
Now it is Cortney's day in court. And now she confesses that she had a crush on Hannah.
Well it is better than the last episode but still not as good as the first season and I doubt it will be. All those over dramatic kids to whom high school is so hard and they are so tough and know it all better than adults. Good for teens I guess yet makes me roll my eyes.
The Hannah ghost is absolutely annoying and dumb. Can't they make her kill herself? Now completely please?
Courtney came out. Oh well. Never got her problem with it considering that she has two dads.
I think the only two things that made me give it a 7 was the moment of Hannah's mother seeing that the dress was washed. A well acted and an actually deep moment on how hard it can be to let go and how everyone needs their time.
I also liked it with Skye. Although I don't get why Clay isn't over Hannah. Not over a death of somebody at school but as if she was so special. Somehow parents don't know what "hanging out" means. Please, the new generation didn't seem to come up with their own slang your parents know all you are saying lol. But the acting and her being taken away in an ambulance were ell done.
The First Polaroid (#2.1)
Several months passed and the trial is starting. Tyler is the first one to testify. Everyone seems to be worried about what is to come. Rumors about Jessica start and there are threatening signs to some of them.
I really liked the first season. But this episode makes me think that the second season is going to suck. The episode seemed kind of useless. It was over dramatic, dialogues were horrible. Hannah gets on my nerves now even more that she is a "ghost" in Clay's mind. I doubt the season will live up to the last one but I hope it won't be too bad.
A very interesting idea but leaves so much out
I think the idea of a man being born old and growing up while his body becomes younger is pretty good. I would love if this would have happened to me! Yet it seems that with this brilliant idea and incredibly long movie they could have done more than they did.
The main part of the movie is the relationship between Daisy and Benjamin. And both actors do amazing job. While the make up for this movie is stunning, this is not the only thing that makes Benjamin Buttons great, Brad Pitt's acting is a part of it. So is Cate Blanchett.
There are some beautiful scenes between them. Yet I don't get some things. I somehow can't believe that he loved her since he left her with the child. The reason doesn't make sense to me. Why would Daisy have to "Raise both of them"? He was an adult in a young body, how does this stop him from being a father more than growing old in a normal way? By the time he was a teenager with dementia she was already grown up and her step father dead. He could have perfectly spent all the years with the woman he supposedly loved and his child.
But maybe this is the point of the movie? Maybe this is also the reason for Tilda Swinton's character. We see that she ends up fulfilling her dream. It was not too late for her even though she didn't do it at a young age. And he didn't. He left what could have made his life happier. Even though her body was getting old while his was going the other way.
Bella and the Bulldogs (2015)
No stereotypes and a fun show for kids
Reviews here are hilarious. People claiming there are stereotypes do so because they are blinded by their own stereotypes. A girl that likes football doesn't have to be tomboyish and manly. She can as well like pink and glitter. So this portrayal of Bella actually goes against all stereotypes. Same goes for the rest. Some boys have masculine features, others are more soft. Some thing they are supposed to be tougher and not like certain songs for example, but they learn that it doesn't matter. Most have no Texas accent, but still people who have one exist so we see one as well.
And what is the nonsense about guys being too skinny for football? Those are middle school players, not the professional NFL team. They may all become bigger or choose to become a scientist instead in a few years. Please, those are kids.
Well besides the nonsense that people are saying the show is pretty entertaining for the kids and offers a lot of characters with diverse personalities. I loved little Newt and Ace, they were hilarious. The rest of characters were also a good addition to the show and made us laugh. When it comes to acting one can see that some are already pretty good. somehow it was Brec Bassinger (Bella) whose acting I thought was the worst. And yet as I see she had more jobs after, maybe she improved.
The adults on the show, like on most kid's shows are side characters and for the most part not very smart. Which is needed for the shows where kids are in total charge of the situation. But they are still very fun and great. I love the coach for example. He is the best adult on the show being funny and supportive.
Biggest. Game. Ever. (#2.20)
Bulldogs are at the play offs finale facing their greatest enemies who get hold of their game plan.
Great way to end the show. A finale against the ones we want to see bulldogs win the most. And we get the problem with them having the game plan and yet Bulldogs finding a great way to win anyways. The game was exciting, all shown at their best moments. We even finally got to see Newt make a touchdown. Great moments of coach as well in the room where Pepper and Sophie thought Taylor Swift will be . All in all a great finale, both of the playoffs and of the show.
Oh, Baby, It's the Playoffs (#2.19)
It is play offs but also a baby shower so Bella needs to make both work. And Troy is upset about an article written about him which doesn't help his game.
A fun episode. While I think Bella should have just skipped that baby shower which wasn't important for her the whole events that happened on it were hilarious. Pepper's mother going into labor was and overdone story but they still did it fine. Try's story was also good. I like how Newt handled it!
At a festival Troy invites Zach and Bella is worried about her feelings for him. Troy and Sophie challenge Newt and Pepper to some games .
The story with the games was pretty good. Newt was hilarious with his therapist and also winning at the end. The Zach story was kind of boring and unnecessary. The party story before was a good end for it.
Doggone Record Breaker (#2.17)
Troy's father is in town and Troy is about to break his touchdown record. But he tries to avoid it to not hurt his father. Newt brings a cute dog to school.
The story of father and son was pretty sweet. But I also loved how Sawyer was after their briskets and had Troy mom's number on his phone. But the star of the episode was the cute dog for me. And so funny how Newt tried to convince everyone that it is a tough dog, "Toughie" because he eats stinky food and walks around naked. He is still very cute.
Bella in the Spotlight (#2.16)
Bella is the headline of all the team coverage so she tries to make it about the boys as well. Newt has trouble in the robot competition so Sophie helps him out.
Not a bad episode. It is nice the boys get recognition. Just because they aren't girls doesn't mean their effort isn't special! And it was hilarious how News was called a jock by everyone.
Bad Grandma (#2.15)
Troy, Sawyer and Bella volunteer in a senior home to get a community service credit. Newt, Pepper and Sophie decorate the room of Pepper's soon to come baby boy brother.
I loved this episode. The room decorating this was fun, I also loved the end result where their ideas got combined and the whole hole thing.
But I loved the senior home story. It is great how they got big stars into it. Jamie Farr as Ernie and Christina Pickles as Doris. It is like an episode of actors with amazing careers and the very new young ones whom I know just from this show. Jamie Farr was part of one of the most famous sitcoms. And so was Christina Pickles, actually I couldn't believe it was her "Judy Geller". A lot of time has passed since then. But the story made me laugh a lot. Ernie the player figuring out electronics. And of course these seniors date a lot of people. They have so much free time and don't think of choosing anyone to start family, it is behind them. So it is time to have fun if they are fit enough. The story with Doris was good too, funny and gave a good message not to abandon the old people as they can be good friends.
Beautiful animation with a mediocre story
Well the animation of this movie gets all 10/10 from me. It was absolutely beautiful. Great details, colors and so on. The picture we saw was what made this movie worth watching.
The story on the other hand was kind of boring. I will not judge the movie too much for this since it is a movie for little kids. So they are more likely to enjoy the stories which for us seem to be overdone and boring. But I kept on wondering if it is a good idea to have kids cheer for a pathetic loser who plays with toys as adult and made nothing out of his life while the successful one is as always the bad guy. But I guess one can make into the whole "keep chasing your dreams, it is never too late message".
But there is no need to dwell on it. The movie is sure worth watching. As I said before because of outstanding animation. But I also loved how Jake was selecting people from the town for his game. This was a truly funny scene. And when the little foosball guys kept on helping them during the game it was also very entertaining.
Party of Three (#2.14)
Bella invites Zach so she can ask him out but he comes with his girlfriend thinking it is a party so Bella needs to throw a party. Newt doesn't like Sawyer and Troy's favorite movie.
The whole party story was fun. The highlight of it were the broccoli sandwiches and Ace and Chancy. Now those two kept us laughing all the time. The movie story wasn't bad either but the party story was way better.
I Love You, Hunter Hayes (#2.13)
It's a team clean up but Bella gets out of it to go for a concert. And peppers wants to interview Hunter Hayes for her show.
Well this episode was mainly to show us the cameo by Hunter Hayes. It was still very well done. I actually never heard of him. I especially liked the dentist office scene, that was hilarious. It was also pretty funny how coach was lusting after Bella's granny.
Accept No Substitute (#2.12)
Coach is sick so the team gets a substitute coach who lets them slack off. And then they are afraid they will lose. pepper and Sophie like the same guy.
A fun episode. The substitute coach was a hilarious character. Like having them train by "visualizing" the game or how he forgot the binder on the bus with a bus pass in it. The Pepper and Sophie story was also good. Sophie in her super short skirt with "penguin walk" was great. Glad no guy came between them but I wish we would find out who it was whom he liked!