"I Am Not Okay With This" benefits from understanding the normalcy of weird, but its story, which sometimes drags, keeps it from being as good as its potential.
While an inconsistent villain presence does sometimes plague "Gleipnir," in terms of character investment and story? It goes beyond expectations.
"Under the Riccione Sun" will remind you what many may miss thanks to COVID-19, but it gives you the chance to live vicariously.
"Sing 'Yesterday' For Me" does well in the beginning, but as time goes on, its pacing starts to dismantle its highlights.
"Looks That Kill" makes for a lukewarm dark comedy, but has a romance that makes it worth viewing.
If you need a good cry, but not to the point of making an ugly face, "A Whisker Away" is just what you need.
"Insecure," after a lengthy hiatus, returns, and while it does contain explosive moments, it's the quiet ones that bring out its best scenes.
While "Love Life" does avoid certain topics and stories to maintain its levity, it is definitely a hit for HBO Max for a reason.