TV-MA | 09 October 2016 (USA)
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    The film makes a home in your brain and the only cure is to see it again.

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    Good films always raise compelling questions, whether the format is fiction or documentary fact.

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    At first rather annoying in its heavy emphasis on reenactments, this movie ultimately proves fascinating, simply because the complicated, highly dramatic tale it tells still almost defies belief.

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    This is a coming of age storyline that you've seen in one form or another for decades. It takes a truly unique voice to make yet another one worth watching.

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    This show so reminds me of Girls as both Issa Rae and Lena Dunham, creators and writers are the least appealing of all the characters on the show. Lena constantly cast attractive men as her counterpart which in real life, would have had nothing to do with her. The idea that Lawrence would be living with her is only possible if he was suffering from depression and needed a couch to crash on. She's not very attractive IMHO.Her self absorption knows no bounds, and her ability to be butt hurt at almost everything is the perfect mirror of Lena Dunham.The show is pretty good, as long as she's not in it.

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    nnaemezie nwokeji

    i tried to be descriptive, framing words for how i felt watching this but i cant!! but let me put it this way. i watched the first episode, then the second, and the third, forth, fifth and sixth, looked at the time, it was 5am.. rushed off to work. kept on thinking what the hell was going on with some characters in the show.. got home, plunked my bag down, switched the show on, went through season 1, then started on the second till i FINISHED it, at the end of the second season, i just kept watching the credits roll cus i just hoped the show wont end... they got me good... LOVE INSECURE TO DEATH!! amazing show!!

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    I really enjoyed the first season and I thought the show would go in the direction of being intelligent and insightful. I also thought it would make a statement about negative African American stereotypes. However, I find Season 2 is just playing into many of the stereotypes unfortunately. Season 2 lacks maturity, intelligence and purpose. The characters all come off as immature people who never left high school mentally even long after becoming working professionals. Also, none of the characters seem intelligent at all. Especially Issa and Lawrence. Those two always have a permanent confused/surprised look on their faces like the lights are on but nobody's home. Hopefully, the story line will lead somewhere interesting and not just be 30 minutes of stereotypes every Sunday. There is not a single character on the show that isn't a black stereotype to some degree. Sigh...

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    Watch the first full season and I thought to myself that this is great work. If i was a woman I probably would give this a 10 out of 10 but most of my ratings are based upon my watching preferences. I can tell this is a show that I will watch all of the seasons that come out. It deals with real issues and Issa Rae does a good job of bringing an understanding of a woman to the screen. I also appreciate her for playing the character because I believe that helps complete her vision because its easy to bring a character to life when you are the one that created the character (possibly dealt with most of the issues on the show in real life or really is the character subliminally being the character name is Issa.)And its a 30 min show so yea its an enjoyable and easy binge "watchee" lol.

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