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Watch The End of the F***ing World online freeIt’s my first review, but this time I felt the urge to express how impressed I have been by this little masterpiece. Actors are great, story is great but what has really caught me is the profound compassion shown for these two fragile and sincere kids. Since 1971’s Harold and Maude the subject of becoming adult has never been so touchingly and sensitively treated. I have watched all the episodes in a row, never happened before…

Actor: Jessica Barden, Alex Lawther, Steve Oram,

Director: Jonathan Entwistle,

Genre: Comedy, Drama

Country: United States

IMDb: 8.4

Release: 2017

Review The End of the F***ing World – Watch The End of the F***ing World 123movies online free

Review The End of the F***ing World by Beadybrent – Couldn’t stop watching

I’ve just watched the whole series in one go and I wish there were more episodes. The writing is fabulous – witty but naive, cruel but touching.

As for the cast, there was not a single weak link, though the highest praise must go to Jessica Barden (Alyssa) and Alex Lawther (James) for perfectly balanced performances constantly moving between vulnerability and adult cynicism. If these two are not nominated for awards there is no justice.

As a show it certainly pushed a boundary or two but hopefully the title will deter those who will not appreciate this. Funny, shocking, poignant, gross and brutally honest – every aspect done with skill, style and credibility. Perfect TV.

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Review The End of the F***ing World by Graxxor Anandro Vidhelssen – Compulsive, binge viewing required.

From the first five minutes, I was hooked. And I was hook line and sinkered into thinking it was going to be a teenage angst road movie! Not so! The entirely Adult theme, off kilter storyline and the entirely believable yet totally surreal characters draw you inwards and downwards on an inescapable maelstrom of a tale that forces you to care about the protagonists and their all too tragically inevitable fate.

8 episodes of 20 minutes each are just right for a full evening’s viewing. I DARE you to try and stop watching half way through.

Review The End of the F***ing World by MrOpinionated – Deserves the awards probably won’t get.

So much of today’s TV is puerile and childish. This most certainly is among the Best of British TV. I fear that it’s title will prevent it from awards though. After a good 53 years of watching screens, this stands proud as an example of what you can do if you have true talent. I look forward to seeing what all involved have to come…

Review The End of the F***ing World by who_cares_about_the_IDs_here – I want this to be considered as great show

Well, frankly it is easy to binge, short 8 episodes put online altogether. It feels a little bit weird kind of a “chumscrubber” or “thumbsucker” movie (if you’re familiar with it) but a bit longer, with different story arcs of course.

Actors are fantastic, story is simple and beautiful. This is definitely something refreshing, quick and beautiful to watch. I like the vibe, I like dialogues, the episodes flow so easily it’s just a pure joy to watch.

This is really done in the best tradition of some cynical teen drama movies, it has more elaborate scenes and more twisted story because its not a film format. Well I’m not going to talk about the plot, will just say 2 crazy 17 years old embark on the road trip to escape their everyday setting and things happen, very road trippy things.

Review The End of the F***ing World by jackchadwick-84976 – The modern day Bonnie & Clyde

The Channel 4 and Netflix original series ‘the end of the f***ing world’ tells the story of two teenage social outcasts named James and Alyssa who become bored of their boring miserable lives and decide f*** it and go on a journey around England but managing to find trouble. Oh and James believes himself to be a psychopath hellbent on killing Alyssa and Alyssa has some serious anger issues.

The chemistry between the two protagonists James and Alyssa is fantastic as it has so much depth in the relationship with different emotions such as awkwardness, teenage anxiety, love and comedy. The supporting characters are also very well developed and you know who to like and who to dislike.

The story arc to this series is very simple and you could call it a Bonnie & Clyde rip off however it adds a modern day and teenage spice to it and is full of dark moments and humour, however giving you a twist of light hearted warmth and comedy leaving you to come back for more. The series is only 8 episodes long and each episode is 20 minutes long or shorter giving it a quick and enjoyable binge.

All in all ‘TEOTFW’ is a fantastic series with brilliant performances all around,, a great story and a mixture of dark and lighthearted moments making it an emotional rollercoaster and I highly recommend you binge it right now.

Review The End of the F***ing World by WakeyBakey – Gets better as it goes

As a guy in my early 30’s, I’m sure I’m not the target audience for this. It seems like more of a teen-thing. But, for me, this starts very strong. Interesting characters and a perfectly set up modern Bonnie and Clyde story. Sadly it looses a lot of momentum once they decide to settle down for a few days. It gets all about feelings and understanding each other. I’m sure this helps some people to connect to either of the characters… But for someone who’s past these “What is life and what do I do?”-feelings, it’s just too slow and boring to watch.

Then luckily, once the detectives get involved and the real cat and mouse game begins, it picks up again. This is when someone at my age or above can join in. Two pairs of quite dysfunctional people, somewhat funny, somewhat serious, trying to avoid and catch each other. There’s a lot of interesting moments.

The cinematography is top of the line and I couldn’t spot any faults with the actors. Everything is shot nicely with matching music… And the actors play their roles perfectly.

So… If you’re like me who found it to become a bit too much teen feelings/problems… Stick it out past episode 3 or 4. It gets really good after that.

Review The End of the F***ing World by Joshualeetopple – So great I binged it on a whim. New. Fresh. Unique. Amazing.

Because of the weird show name, I looked it up online, and decided, on a total whim to give it a look. I meant to just add it to my list of shows to check out. I started it and COULD NOT STOP.

I really hope there are more episodes to come. This show was pure brilliance. It was odd, quirky, funny, sad, and just edge of the seat amazing.

I loved the characters. At first I almost stopped watching it because it seemed a bit odd. BUT because it was odd, because of the premise, and because Jessica Barden and Alex Lawther play their parts SO WELL, I just wanted to watch more, to see what would happen.

The brazen show title worked. It really did. And I absolutely loved the atmosphere. It’s darkly comedic, with its sad moments. The show is short. 20 minute episodes. They fly by. There weren’t really any points where I found myself bored.

At the end of season 1, I was totally immersed, desperate to know what would happen next. THIS IS QUALITY TELEVISION! I like shows that are “different” or unusual. Too many shows stick to the same old over used routines. I’m tired of the same thing. This show offers a FRESH VIEWING EXPERIENCE. At last, a show that has truly captured my heart with it’s quirky characters. Jessica Barden plays Alyssa, who seems messed up in her own ways. Alex Lawther plays James, who thinks he’s a psycho.

IN JUST 8 EPISODES THESE CHARACTERS EVOLVE!!! Not only do they evolve, but it’s believably portrayed. It happen so quick, yet it feels so right. My heart felt for them. It truly did. I found myself so glad they met one and other. It’s sad being lonely, being different. But these two people show us that difference doesn’t have to mean loneliness.

I cannot emphasize enough, how amazing this was. Do yourself a favor, and indulge yourself. Watch this. It’s only 160 minutes. You may find it a bit odd and offputting at first because of how different it is, but it’s well worth it.

Review The End of the F***ing World by scalio-623-699753 – British take on American pulp fiction

The first two episodes lead me to wonder if this was going to be purely an exploitative take on pulp fiction novels but by the end of the third episode the series shows it is going somewhere. Sure it may be a path taken before, and one that’s open to interpretation, but the complaints about the “dog in episode 7” and others claiming it’s just a knock-off of other stories are hard to understand because the series is uniquely now and the whole dog thing is a key turning point in the dynamic of the main characters development.

In the end, I was impressed by the acting and the moral I took away from it all — that people change, and those whom you think may be the most unstable outwardly and you are most afraid of often aren’t the ones you need to be most concerned about. How a few unexpected events can completely change the source of your life and others around you; and how attempting to understand someone and not just hide behind a badge or a mantra that “I am just being real and honest” is something we all should give a try.

As with most most edgy shows, this one will polarize based upon your own life experiences but give it a try and with an open mind.

Review The End of the F***ing World by OnlyNick – Great F***ing TV

One of the reasons why I subscribed to Netflix is so I can watch TV series not available anywhere else in North America. Shows like “The Bridge” and “End of the F***ing World” only just begin to tap the wealth of great television coming out of Europe. It’s the “Golden Age of TV” in many countries around the world right now and I am glad to be a part of it as a viewer.

I binged on “End of the F***ing World” after reading about it in a Vice Tweet last night. It was just after 1:00am Saturday when I pressed play for Season 1, episode 1. I didn’t stop until it was over – it’s that good, and that short.

Season 1 has 8 episodes at 23 minutes (including credits) each; played back to back it’s a little more than 2h 40min – that’s less than 1997’s Titanic (3h 14min); 2013’s The Wolf of Wall Street (an even 3h); 1999’s Magnolia (3h 8min); 1972’s The Godfather (2h 55min); and less than about 25 other great films you wouldn’t have a problem sitting through to the end.

End of the F***ing World tells the story of James, a soon to be 18 year old boy who’s pretty certain he’s a psychopath (uhm, yep you’ll confirm that within the first 20 minutes), and Alyssa, also 17, the cool new girl at school. James is tired of killing animals for fun so he starts planning to kill something bigger, more exciting: humans. One day, when Alyssa unexpectedly shows a little interest in James, he believes he’s found the first of what will be many victims.

As his first day with Alyssa progresses, James slowly builds up the confidence he needs to commit his first murder – planning and fantasizing how, when and where he’ll slice Alyssa’s throat with the hunting knife he was gifted when he was 13-years-old. Unforeseen circumstances force James to keep reformatting his plans until, surprisingly, the perfect moment arrives when he must do what he has to do.

The End of the F***ing World is like nothing you’ve ever seen before. This is original, darkly funny, and highly entertaining. This new show will be a hit. It is great f***king TV.

Review The End of the F***ing World by Thomaskalinstagram – Boy am I impressed

I watched the whole show in one sitting, I was a bit hesitant at first but as soon as I began fully watching, I couldn’t look away.

For such a short series it was incredible how invested I became in the lead characters James (Alex Lawther) and Alyssa (Jessica Barden) especially considering how insane they are as people. The overall tone is great with constant suspense and wonder of how far they’ll go.

Overall the comedy was fantastic, soundtrack was beautiful and even things as simple as the way the characters spoke was just brilliant. Only downside I had was with a character who was added briefly and was never seen for the rest of the show, I didn’t really like his character and hoped he would be a bit more helpful.

Regardless, beautiful show and amazing acting, with Lawther’s performance in this and Black Mirror, I may never be able to trust him and Barden was absolutely brilliant for being such a rude character. In all absolutely masterful.

Review The End of the F***ing World by KJ Proulx – A Twisted And Engaging Series

Streaming will be the way of the future because no matter how much quality content is put into theatres, each day is the further progression of those who just prefer to see a movie in the comfort of their own home. Yes, the joys of watching films in the theatre are still very much present, but when the majority of television shows are actually better than the majority of films these days, it’s very difficult to argue that streaming won’t eventually take over. The End of the F***ing World (although risqué and not for everyone) is one of the latest examples of a streaming service that allows creative and unique minds the freedom to create something original, solely based on it being original, rather than having to rely on it gaining attention from mass audiences. Although this show isn’t for everyone or even half of the people that end up watching it for that matter, I personally found it to be one of the best new shows 365movies.is has released in quite some time.

This is going to sound like a messed up and twisted concept just by this simple description, but if you’re willing to go along for the ride, then here it is. Following young James as his life has consisted of terrible parenting and the needs to murder animals, he has outgrown his past and sets out on an adventure with newfound “friend” Alyssa, who both have the idea of running away from home. Determined to make a life for herself, Alyssa begins to fall in love with James and they make the decision to become robbers in order to get by. What Alyssa doesn’t know is that James has the dream of murdering someone and that she may just be the perfect victim for him. This makes for a very unsettling viewing experience, but don’t worry, these characters do evolve and the show isn’t quite as bleak as the premise itself.

Yes, this is an extremely dark show that many viewers will find more than offensive, but the unique premise of the show alone is something that I really have seen played out on-screen before. This eight-part first season was engaging from start to finish for me. Admittedly, I was turned off by certain story elements and despised the main characters for the majority of the season, but if you’re a viewer who can leap over the boundaries of hatred and find a way to love to hate these characters, just to find enough curiosity as to how their stories will end, then I feel that you’ll love this show as much as I did.

Charlie Covell, Jonathan Entwistle, and Charles S. Forsman all have their turn in penning these episodes, and while their body of work isn’t all that large, I can’t wait to see what they write next. These characters are wonderfully written, even when it comes to the secondary characters when they pass by a gas station (which was a huge highlight of the show for me), are walking through the woods, or just simply sitting and talking awkwardly, I believed these characters were real, which also felt creepy at times.

Alex Lawther is perfectly cast as James, a teenager who just may be a psychotic murder that you’re supposed to care about. I was creeped out by this character from frame one of this series and I can’t wait to see where this show takes him next. Jessica Barden plays an excellent companion to the character of James and watching the two of them interact is truly what made this show breeze by. At a mere eight episodes, there’s so much room to expand.

In the end, the first season of The End of the F***ing World asks you to love despicable characters, go along with the fact that the central character wishes to eventually murder someone, and asks you to be okay with certain scenarios that would be all over the news in today’s day and age. Personally, once I looked past all of these elements, I was able to conclude that this show is brilliant for what it tries to accomplish. I both hated and loved this show at the same time, which I feel is a testament to how effective it was upon first viewing. To those with a very, very open mind, I recommend checking out the first season of The End of the F***ing World.

Review The End of the F***ing World by dhwanibhatia2992 – Glues your attention till its end.

The End of the F***ing World is not just another story. The name might give you a feeling of it being a teenage show. Overly dramatic with a high usage of slangs.

But once you start with it, you’ll know it’s not what you thimk it is. The plot has a grip that will glue your attention right from the beginning. The characters are naive, interesting and twisted.

The pace of every episode is light. It has the darkest moments but you won’t feel the weight. And, every episode is a surprise. Every time you finish a part of it, it leave you inquisitive. The journey tunes you in with the unpredictable adventure and you as a viewer want to experience it too. The simplicity of the show takes you by surprise.

There’s no way, you’re leaving this midway. Because, the episodes are just about 23 mins long. And, you won’t realize you’ve reached the end. Because, there’s no way you want it ever to have an end.

With Aylssa & James, the other characters in the story keep you attentive too. Every character holds a contrasting personality and that’s what I enjoyed the most. The character with the darkest traits will do the most things.

Over all, The End of the F***ing World will melt your heart. Because, it’s the sweetest thing that could ever happen to you at the moment.

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