It's a very good piece of work. But one might have the tendency to find himself questioning the events as they are subjectively presented by the narrative.
Paige has her romantic idealism. Kat has her brother. And Honey has her family. Personal factors that can always throw even the most straight-headed personality out of balance. One just has to place them in peril.
I will just leave this here: You can never prepare for what she has written for you.
A light-hearted variation from the original's more mature appeal, and I'm all in for it!
I've always been very mindful of the casting as they impact the overall delivery of the show. In this film's case, they're just brilliant.
This is an interesting read that combines humor and wit in an easy-to-follow storyline. It's that type of book that you can finish in one sitting and that which can be hard to put down once you get yourself at ease with Christopher.
Good characters will still be bad unless the story delivery is good. And I'm glad this show didn't waste their fine cast's potential. The narrative was clear, backstory of each character, though still shady, were decent. Besides, we can use some mystery.