|Stranger Things 3|
The new installment of the successful series created by the Duffer brothers premieres on July 4.
Stranger Things can become one of the most anticipated and successful Netflix series. After an outstanding first season and a second notable, the streaming platform premieres on July 4 the expected third installment of the series created by the Duffer brothers, the same one that has definitely ended with the surprise factor.
I've been able to see all the eight episodes of this new season and I've always believed that many trailers reveal too much of the main plot, whether it's a movie or a series. And this was the case of the second season of Stranger Things and now also with the latest advance that Netflix published of this new release.
This time, the series puts us in an environment that we had never seen before in Hawkins, in the middle of the summer of 1985. As it is already a tradition, this delivery comes from the hand of many winks at that time. However, as for some moments and scenes that drink from the film world of the 80s are this time too obvious, especially with a reference to Terminator.
On the other hand, the young protagonists have already left behind their childhood stage going into issues that concern more preadolescents, putting in a horrible background to Will (Noah Schnapp). Really, what do you think? And the lovely Erica Sinclair (Priah Ferguson) who brought the best moments in the second season, here is a clear example of whether something worked well but in small doses does not mean that it will do the same if you give more prominence.
In addition, the endearing relationship that we saw between Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo) and Steve (Joe Keery) is a bit forced and not so natural, like the story arc of Jim Hopper (David Harbor). But despite Stranger Things being the same and somewhat predictable, the best character this season has been Nancy Wheeler (Natalia Dyer), giving her a leading role and a totally successful story this season.
The third installment of the series created by the Duffer brothers has also given more prominence to the CGI and visual effects that the plot itself (the new villain is a clear example), thus being a bit lame and not even reaching power get excited with moments that may be in a first or second season they would have done it.