An eminently watchable post apocalyptic survival series that has likeable leads, a well paced plot and some incredibly cute anthropomorphic animal kids. The logic gaps and timeline issues do strain the suspension of disbelief a bit too often though.
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It's a simple but engaging narrative that's journey-like structure keep you hooked.
Sweet Tooth himself, Gus, is a loveable and relatable protagonist
It looks gorgeous and the effect work is almost entirely flawless.
The plot and timelines start to unravel VERY quickly if you think too long on them
The baddie is kind of a generic Dr Robotnik lookalike and has a terribly wandering accent.
Some inconsistencies and logic problems really strain your suspension of disbelief
This week in the podcast we’re hitting the open road with our hybrid and looking towards the clean green future. It’s not a hybrid car though, it’s Sweet Tooth! And the green future is mostly due to the imminent extinction of the human race. Gus as he’s known to his friends, is the most loveable post apocalyptic deer-boy you’ll meet in this or any other pandemic, and his adventures on Netflix may well change the entire world.
In the absence of Dion, Quinny will be playing the part of ‘Big Man’ while Peta and Jill are the gorgeous hybrids making up the rest of this wonderful menagerie of misfits!
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