8.2

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A dangerously charming, intensely obsessive young man goes to extreme measures to insert himself into the lives of those he is transfixed by.
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Runtime: 46 min

Quality: HD

First Release: 2018

Last Release: 2021

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Kewl Kat

at 09:28 am

So far, so good with You. It has a Dexter feel. You find yourself rooting for Joe, despite his deeply troubling behavior. He is a great guy in some ways and a horrible criminal in others. Lots of modern day stalking going on using smartphones and computers plus just good ol' fashioned regular creeping around. It's disturbing, sexy and fun all rolled into one. Enjoy! 8/10 stars.


Dean09199

at 13:55 pm

Very interesting TV show about relationship and obsession. Show is quite interesting and acting is decent. Really binged on it. Characters are also well developed.


Dean09199

at 18:51 pm

How do delete this bugged review? Admin?


iieeef

at 03:31 am

I am writing this review because I don’t see any point to this show whatsoever, and everyone here seems to be gushing over it. I’ve made it through the entire first season and there are no redeeming qualities to speak of. None of the characters face even the tiniest of consequences for any of their severely implausible actions. The solution to every problem that arises is “well I will just murder them” which, in terms of the writing is a complete cop out. In order to accept Joe’s actions, you have to believe that Beck, who claims to be broke but lives in a gorgeous apartment in NEW YORK CITY, is completely blind. The characters are one-dimensional and unlikeable, the acting is like a soggy wet piece of white bread, the B story line of Paco and his mother being the only representation of people of color is treated irresponsibly (at best). This helpless woman at the center of everyone’s affection is a dead trope or at least it should be, and You adds nothing to the conversation.


Fullmakt

at 07:31 am

I'm just deducting one star because vomit in every single episode seems to be a thing, common, people snack and watch TV, no need to see vomit in every episode. Other than that, interesting though totally unrealistic show. And you end up feeling sorry for Joe/Will, it's not that he's having bad luck, rather no luck at all...


mortenFriendspire

at 02:52 am

This is a pretty good thriller.