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RE: Much Ado About Nothing

I stupidly watched the 3rd season of "Dark." Excellent review on "Rotten Tomatoes" all unwarranted. Very complicated plot line with the characters going through 3 different time periods. This was very confusing trying to match their younger selves with their later adult appearance. Very wooden acting with brief one line conversations and stone cold looks with no emotion. Unappealing characters eliciting no sympathy. Dialog was unrealistic. Lines were too obviously off a script. Conversations were not how normal people talk.

The ending of the 3rd season was a very simple explanation of what all this was about. I thought "that's all it was!" This was way too much work for the payoff! It was writing that was self serving, just showing off trying to be clever. I wasted too much time on all this. Of course, critics love this kind of stuff.

This is intended to be entertainment. This cannot pretend to be Shakespearean tragedy requiring some kind of Monarch notes for research. A good film should not need an external instruction manual for satisfaction, understanding aand enjoyment. It should stand on its own as a completed work of art.

Edits: 07/13/20

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