[Netflix] (tearz) Terrorism? not answering my letters.//A darn shame 'Minhunter' sunk this. 6 hours of television that toss Worthington entire film career in the trash can: food for thought.//Is his Manifesto taught in colleges...?
A 7 hour version of Zodiac that relies on three main narrative tropes: a) America creates monsters (Osama Bin Laden, Donald Trump, the Unabomber...) and these monsters, inevitably return to haunt America; b) The prey and the predator, the hunter and hunted are basically the same person; c) In America, traffic lights are always red.
One of the biggest surprises and most exciting series in years. While not a high quality piece I'm a sucker for investigate/profiling pieces like this; the closest thing I've seen to the Zodiac. Would be great if they do future series on other criminals, similar to what Narcos is going to do. Episode 6 was also one of the best episodes of TV I've seen in a while and a nice changeup into the mind of a troubled soul
Far, far better than you would anticipate after hearing it was a Discovery Channel original. Very well done, but in particular that 6th episode about Ted's life stands out as one of the finest individual episodes of TV that I've seen.
Surprisingly well made. Good period details. I wish there had been more character development in general, we didn't really know anything about anyone apart from the actual guy, but it was done well otherwise
The series tries to draw in parallel the life of FBI profiler and U. even if there is nothing in common between the two persons. The link is such as being obligated to wait at red lights,quite a trivialization of U message. This is a common trend in some TV biographical series in that one has to trace the famous person through the eyes of a common people, with whom we are supposed to connect.Little info on Unabomber.