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    gabspss
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    #1204233726

    The first three episodes were really good and even better than the first three episodes of Season 3.

    Notes (with spoilers):

    -So June thinks it’s alright for a 14 year-old to kill someone?

    -Did Moira literally blame June because the children were missing their parents? Erm

    -Why did June kissed Nick in front of the 3 guardians (2 at the road, 1 at the car) and maybe even Aunt Lydia?

    -The slow motion on the final scenes of the third episode were too long and dragged a little bit.

    -How June and Janine are gonna hide themselves? Cuz from the looks of the area they are, it’s seems quite difficult to do it.

    It's about the chaotic editing in Moulin Rouge!

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    TheCineMike
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    #1204233880

    I enjoyed the first 3 episodes, especially episode 3. I can’t wait to see how the rest of the season unfolds.

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    jjjmoss1
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    hmm, so far the internet reaction seems better than the critical response.

    we’ll see how the industry feels.

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    Luca
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    I just watched the third episode and I am exhausted, lolll. Elisabeth Moss knows how to f*cking direct!! I’ll put it at that. Some of those visuals, damn. The ending destroyed me. I am shocked this has a 9.2 on IMDb because I thought it would piss people off badly. Guess I was wrong.

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    walkinuniverse
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    Watched the first three episodes and wasn’t aware that the third episode was directed by Elisabeth Moss until the end credits. And yeah good stuff, rent was due cause she can direct!

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    Sériextou
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    Elizabeth Moss deserves a nomination in the direction for episode 3, but the script is so repetitive, it seems that I have seen this episode several times in other seasons. To be clear, I love the show, it’s one of my favorites in my life, but I have to admit that there are problems

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    Riley Chow
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    Nina Kiri has been on the show since the pilot and has been in more episodes than several of the regulars at this point, so I was hoping that they might flesh out her character finally, especially with Kiri being a fellow Vancouverite, but no such luck.

    🙁

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    Reis
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    I enjoyed the first two episodes, but episode 3 is a perfect example of the problems of the show. The last 10 minutes…ugh. June kissing Nick..

    But even with flaws, it’s really nice to have this show back!

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    Exactly

    I enjoyed the first two episodes, but episode 3 is a perfect example of the problems of the show. The last 10 minutes…ugh. June kissing Nick.. But even with flaws, it’s really nice to have this show back!

     

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    #1204235661

    Ann Dowd was the MVP for me. She hadn’t a lot of screentime (yet) but she dominated her scenes on episode 3. Of course Moss is great as always (but I hope she will have better material to work latter in the season).

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    Stranger Among Us
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    Omg Riley I didn’t know you were a fellow Vancouverite

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    Luca
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    Ann Dowd was the MVP for me.

    She truly can do no wrong in her profession. I have never seen her put in less than 100% into her work. Every line reading, every emphasis, every look, every gesture, etc. is intentional yet so believably conveyed. Aunt Lydia has the best and clearest characterization of any character on this show IMO.

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    Cocastique
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    I didn’t enjoy these first three episodes, especially the third. It just felt like a 1h long torture-porn sequence that didn’t feel necessary, we had SO MANY of those for the past three seasons. I’m so tired.

    I don’t even feel bad for Brianna and Alma (I was shocked though) because they had absolutely no characterisation whatsoever. The last scene felt really gross to me because the show wanted me to feel sad for characters I didn’t even know, I mean has there ever been a scene with Elie and Sarah before ?

    I’m waiting to see how the rest of the season is going but imo they’re on a loop I’m just not very interested in seeing anymore.

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    #1204237570

    Season 3’s most recurring guests:
    Nina Kiri as Alma/Ofrobert (9/13)
    Bahia Watson as Brianna/Oferic (8/13)
    Ashleigh LaThrop as Natalie/Ofmatthew (7/13)
    Kristen Gutoskie as Beth (7/13)
    Sugenja Sri as Sienna (6/13)
    Julie Dretzin as Eleanor Lawrence (6/13)

    Hmm, I’m sensing a commonality there.

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    Allan Veríssimo
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    Elisabeth Moss is the Performer of the Week on TVLine. Mckenna Grace receives an honorable mention: https://tvline.com/2021/05/01/elisabeth-moss-the-handmaids-tale-performance-season-4/

    FYC Emmys: Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist: Comedy Series, Comedy Actress (Jane Levy); Cobra Kai: Comedy Series; Dickinson: Comedy Actress (Hailee Steinfeld); The Good Doctor: Drama Actor (Freddie Highmore), Drama Supporting Actress (Paige Spara); His Dark Materials: Drama Supporting Actress (Ruth Wilson); Lovecraft Country: Drama Supporting Actress (Jamie Chung); WandaVision: Limited Series, Actress (Elizabeth Olsen), Actor (Paul Bettany), Supporting Actress (Kathryn Hahn).

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