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Big6 Blog: Ozark: S2E10 “The Gold Coast” Review

Big6 Blog: Ozark: S2E10 “The Gold Coast” Review

By JASON MARTIN (@JMartZone – September 20, 2018) Season 2 of Ozark has been far more interesting than its predecessor, but it follows the usual pattern of a new installment, because virtually everything has grown bigger, especially the body count. We lost Jacob Snell in the penultimate and Mason Young a few episodes ago, but…more

Big6 Blog: Ozark: S2E9 “The Badger” Review

Big6 Blog: Ozark: S2E9 “The Badger” Review

By JASON MARTIN (@JMartZone – September 20, 2018) Here’s a little story about a pair of hopeless, adventurous romantics named Jacob and Darlene Snell. From the moment Ozark showed us the day they met, and especially once Darlene talked Jacob into leaving his girlfriend at the table and going with the gal that “will at…more

Big6 Blog: Ozark: S2E8 “The Big Sleep” Review

Big6 Blog: Ozark: S2E8 “The Big Sleep” Review

By JASON MARTIN (@JMartZone – September 18, 2018) Darlene Snell man, this woman is diabolical when she feels disrespected, isn’t she? She leads to Rachel’s overdose, Amos the friendly heroin supplier’s death, and all sorts of other health issues and other deaths in multiple areas. She decided what she needed to do to teach the…more

Big6 Blog: Ozark: S2E7 “One Way Out” Review

Big6 Blog: Ozark: S2E7 “One Way Out” Review

By JASON MARTIN (@JMartZone – September 18, 2018) How far is too far? When has a road been traveled where it’s impossible to backtrack and fix the mistakes of the past? These are questions we can begin to ask about Marty Byrde, because he’s starting to consider them himself. While his wife is busy trying…more

Big6 Blog: American Vandal Season 2 Review

Big6 Blog: American Vandal Season 2 Review

By JASON MARTIN (@JMartZone – September 13, 2018) Without question, the biggest surprise on television of any type in 2017 was Netflix’s semi-obscure mockumentary series, American Vandal. I remember sitting down to screen it last summer, expecting something humorous but not particularly innovative. And then I remember midway through the series realizing just how invested…more

Big6 Blog: Ozark: S2E6 “Outer Darkness” Review

Big6 Blog: Ozark: S2E6 “Outer Darkness” Review

By JASON MARTIN (@JMartZone – September 8, 2018) Jimmy Small is no longer with us, and if you’ve paid attention to the progression of his character in Season 2, it all aligned with making you emotionally attached to someone in order to take them away when it would resonate with you as a viewer. Harris…more

Big6 Blog: Ozark: S2E5 “Game Day” Review

Big6 Blog: Ozark: S2E5 “Game Day” Review

By JASON MARTIN (@JMartZone – September 8, 2018) Oh. Charlotte’s lunchbox. I forgot about that. The jig is up for her at least with her own parents, who now know she hid a little of the money for a rainy day. And her brother, he never forgot how uncomfortable he felt after killing the deer,…more

Big6 Blog: Ozark: S2E4 “Stag” Review

Big6 Blog: Ozark: S2E4 “Stag” Review

By JASON MARTIN (@JMartZone – September 8, 2018) It really is astonishing just how smartly Ozark handles Roy Petty, making him impossible to like and somehow even less sympathetic as a character. Every action he takes is designed to make you at least lean towards Marty and Wendy, not to mention Ruth or now Rachel.…more

Big6 Blog: Ozark: S2E3 “Once a Langmore…” Review

Big6 Blog: Ozark: S2E3 “Once a Langmore…” Review

By JASON MARTIN (@JMartZone – September 2, 2018) Depression is much more sinister than some people can understand. There is always a contingent that doesn’t experience it and can’t comprehend why it wouldn’t just be a, “suck it up,” situation, but as we saw following Wendy Byrde’s miscarriage last season, until you’re afflicted with it,…more

Big6 Blog: Ozark: S2E2 “The Precious Blood of Jesus” Review

Big6 Blog: Ozark: S2E2 “The Precious Blood of Jesus” Review

By JASON MARTIN (@JMartZone – Sept, 2, 2018) Not surprisingly, the Byrde-Snell-Wilkes casino bill isn’t exactly a universally favored idea, and why not add the Kansas City mob to the Mexican drug cartel, the local heroin distributors, and the agricultural mogul. Ozark is “on one” early and often this season. The first scene had enough…more

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