Slow pace in the most part of the movie.
Save your money for something good and enjoyable
The story-telling is good with flashbacks.The film is both funny and heartbreaking. You smile in a scene and get a soulcrushing revelation in the next.
True to its essence, the characters remain on the same line and manage to entertain the viewer, each highlighting their own distinctive qualities or touches.
Those cartel folks are so misunderstood, they have feelings too don't you know? If fiction is your fancy and you don't care much for plausibile plot lines then this show offers hours of predictable cliches. I liked this in the beginning but by the end it became too hard to watch with my eyes permanently rolled skyward.
Alright first of all this is a good show until this episode. If you're gonna use fake somali people in the film, at least please make the scrip in actual Somali not some made up garbage that sounds more Swahili, and even then it barely even does sound like Swahili. Next time don't put jiberish in your script and call it somali when you use actual Spanish words in the spanish lines.
So glad its coming on in a few days. Im hooked and I love it.
I use to see the previews of the episodes from Seasons one and two, and never watched the show. I thought to myself, "What is this skinny young girl doing, trying to be a drug lord"? I turned the channel. Boy, was I ever wrong. I caught up by binging over the weekend on Seasons one and two on Netflix. I can barely wait until Season three begins. This is one of the best and most exciting and well-written drug lord vs. drug lord TV shows since Breaking Bard. Brava. Both Teresa Mendoza and Camilla Vargas are bad ass all the way.