While The Queen's Gambit is maybe a little padded out at seven episodes, the good far outweighs the bad, with a brilliant evocation of the 60s, a wonderful central performance from Anya Taylor-Joy, and a finale that makes the journey more than worthwhile.
What promises to be a glossy, fun-filled romantic comedy set in Paris complete with Darren Star-scripts and a great leading actress in Lilly Collins instead turns into a one filled with cliche and stereotypical depictions of France.
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Although it starts on somewhat shaky ground, Away soon transforms itself into a hugely enjoyable space voyage drama with a wonderful central performance and a brilliant supporting cast that makes Netflix's new sci-fi drama genuinely soar.
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