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Tbh I think Neil ruins this series, and I don't think he comes across as a
very good actor; he isn't playing Count Olaf, he's playing himself. The
comedy definitely needs to be taken down a couple of pegs, it makes the
series seem a bit cheap.
am i the only one thats not feeling it? i can't stop comparing it to the
movie. i loved the actors from the movie, the atmosphere that was created .
just everything. this feels so different and wrong :(
Okay, I like the show for the most part, but what was with the boat scene
in Lacramose lake where Violet was able to make a fire using light from a
lighthouse that was refracted into binoculars that was miles in the air
above them traveling in an airplane, and that light managed to stay
centered on the spectacle. Plus magnification doesn't travel in a beam, it
travels in a cone, so how was the beam produced by the binoculars even
The intro to the movie means just what it says, the show is basically about
Olaf trying to get the kids fortune, as they are passed down from people to
people.. it ends the same way it began him trying to get the fortune at a
new place.. don't mean to spoil it but rather save yourself the time and
I remember reading the books when I was younger and they were really
surprisingly dark. while I've rather enjoyed the series they definitely
dumbed down the dark Gothic tones of the books and replaced them with
something much goofier. For example, in "the bad beginning part 2" sunny
escapes the birdcage by beating olaf's henchman in......5 card stud? Good
show but could have been much better if they took it more seriously. 7/10