Love, Death & Robots: Life Hutch

Love, Death & Robots: Life Hutch ★★★½

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Hi everybody, when you do guess working whether it's animated or not for the whole 13 minutes. But Michael B. Jordan's hyper realistic face that conveys every single emotion perfectly is not the only highlight. Hindsight is easier than foresight and now we know what we've missed all the time in the first season: epic space fights. The downside is that the battle scenes reminiscent of "Mass Effect" are not very long and the focus is clearly on Jordan's current situation rather than his way to it.

One thing you definitely can't blame the episode for, it absolutely managed to create a great atmosphere, besides the action in space, this short film creates an "Alien" -like atmosphere on the planet, mixed with a few excessive acts of violence, just the end, unfortunately did not fully convince us... at all. This episode remains as one of the more average episodes of the anthology series and will not be remembered for long thanks to the ending. Sad, because other entries have already shown that a good end can catapult a good episode in the spheres of a very good or even great one, like the last seconds of LDR: Suits for example.

Helping Hand Part 2: Watch out where you're stepping.

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