I seen good movies end bad plenty times
While I would have loved to see this in theaters I fully understand why Netflix picked this up instead, it's the most fun I had with a form of visual medium in a very long time. I watched this via digital screener but I'm going to re-watch it when it releases onto Netflix next week for sure.
I haven't had the best relationship with my father (and somewhat my whole family in general) but this sure hit me hard emotionally…
The show looks odd in HD don't get me wrong but despite it being flawed it has a lot of heart to it.
As a kid i really related to Rachel wanting to be a cartoonist who looked up heavily to people like Joe Murray and sadly people like John K and John Lasseter and I like the cast need to not obsess over minor details of the path stressed to be happy and living in fear.
Was it needed?…