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I can't agree with the reviewer before me. They are not trying to copy
Stranger Things, and I don't want to go into 'copying' at all - because
Stranger Things has parallels to a few games, movies and books that
have been popular before it was even in the making.
'Dark' is slow paced in the beginning, but it keeps you on the edge of
your seat. It is tense, the cinematography and acting is great. There
is so much more depth to it than the mentioned Stranger Things. It's
not bloated with special effects and didn't have a Hollywood budget.
This is how TV should be. It has got a Donnie Darko feeling to it.
I guess the majority of people complaining about the pace would also
complain about Blade Runner 2049 or Interstellar...so please, just
stick to Marvel movies. :)
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