“The End of the F *** ing World” is now rated on Rotten Tomatoes. Let’s find out what the Netflix series is worth to everyone’s interest.
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Since its launch, Netflix’s “black comedy” series, dubbed “The End of the F *** ing World,” has been praised not only by fans, The strongest from Netflix’s CEO, Reed Hastings.
James has grown out of an abominable killer: a painful boy who deals with pain in the only way he knows. Alex Lawther, after haunting the world in the Black Mirror series of Shut Up and Dance, has returned to continue to torment the audience in a mysterious James. And Alyssa is not the only child who knows how to sabotage, but hides a desperate child just to get a little attention.
Trailer of “The End of the F***ing World”
This similarity has dragged two gloomy souls together. Gradually, they treat each other kindly, leaving the darkness less overwhelmed, making the world less despicable. As a full flow of nature, the natural end of the film contrasts with the intriguing prelude, as a living proclamation for young people waving their way to finding a name for themselves in the harsh world.
As Netflix’s original television show, The End of the World as the perfect black gem once again reaffirms its status and power on the small screen. Breathtaking, daring and addictive, The End of the F *** king from director Jonathan Entwistle brings the weight of a treasure that you absolutely can not prepare in advance for what happened next.