Arts Blog Front Feature
While the first episode showed signs of a season that would dive deep into socially and politically relevant topics, this episode instead has more of the bad elements from “Hour One” and less of the good.
The end of the episode, in which all of the characters are happily coupled, wraps up the show well in theory, but falls short in its execution.
We’ve spent week after week dwelling on the submerged pain of all these women, and in “You Get What You Need,” everything explodes in grand fashion.
The series finale of the show offers emotional tension through music and nostalgia, but fails to deliver fully because of its fast pace.
With strong efforts by the actors and film editors, the Netflix adaptation succeeds in living up to its predecessor.
Think of Zayn and Taylor as a pair of fun TFs leading a review section. Only this is no ordinary review section: it’s a scandalous review section.
Not only are the environments large enough in scope and scale to be imposing—more importantly, the game will require a lot of your time.