Three sentence movie reviews: 13 Reasons Why

There are 13 reasons why this was hard to watch, and also engrossing.  Dylan Minette and Katherine Langford were a lot of the reason the series was so well done, as both made for very sympathetic characters.  Due to the content, and what I felt was a very realistic way young women are treated, I could only watch one episode per day, which gave me a lot of time to think about what was going on, and I felt an absence when the season was done.

Cost: steamed on Netflix ($7.99/month)
Where watched: at home

An aside: the quantity of tattoos on underage teenagers? Felt unrealistic.
Another aside: Christian Navarro, as Tony, the character that sometimes verged into the “magical Negro” (in his case, magical Puerto Rican) territory, had amazing eyes.

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2 thoughts on “Three sentence movie reviews: 13 Reasons Why”

  1. Ha! I would have told you that you were wrong about my having read this book, but GoodReads tells no lies. I literally have 0 recollection of reading it!

  2. I know you told me…but I didn’t believe you! 🙂 My binge-watching Netflix queue is too full for me to invite this one in too. Plus I am too sure I want to, TBH.

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