Narcos (Season 2): TV Show: “A real life Tom and Jerry case.”

Hey guys, how’s it going? Rahul here coming in with a brand new blog. Hope everyone is having an amazing week. So, let’s begin.

Story:

This season deals with how the entire country goes against Pablo Escobar. There is a series of wars, running, and chasing on both sides of the battle. Escobar is left to defend for himself as he slowly begins running out of plans.

Review:

I’m going to get straight to the point. This season, in my opinion, was way better than season 1. We get to see all the real problems that a drug lord must face and although there was still a lot of blood shed and action, it was all justified this time and wasn’t unnecessarily excessive.

This season shows to us the fall of Pablo Escobar and how he finally had to lose his prideful demeanor and turn into someone who has to run away from his problems. We are shown a more human side of Pablo in terms of how he loves his family and fears death.

The biggest problem I had with this season would have to be the representation of the plot itself. Like the title of this blog, this season truly was just like any other Tom and Jerry story where the government was always behind Pablo Escobar who was always on the run.

This season also has a ton of drama from Pena and the narrator’s side along with the US government. Luckily, the show was able to manage the balance between the actual story and the back ground drama.

The best part of the show again, has to be the acting. And, I can not stress this enough, the acting is just absolutely mind blowing. The actors have become so natural in their roles that you can’t help but think that you are watching a recording of the real life incidents.

This show s a definite must watch and a really enjoyable show fr people who can handle the nudity, drama, bad words, and gore, Overall good.

Rating:

I would give this season of the show 3.5/5 stars.

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