Is anybody watching this? I've gone through about six of the ten episodes and I keep coming away thinking to myself, "WTF?"
Wildfire is kind of like Twilight Zone meets Freddy Kreuger. Each episode is a separate, distinct story, except for the "guitar man" who appears, spews a few words, and then we're supposed to "get it." I guess.
Amazon (it's on Prime) says,
Yeah, like that says a lot. IMDb has no synopsis and repeats only Amazon's blurb.
If you care for my opinion, I'd say pass on this. Yet, it's rated 4 stars out of 5, so maybe I'm a blockhead and don't understand something deep, philosophical and existential?
Sheee-it. Even in the days of Coronavirus shut-ins, I find this tedious and head-scratching.
You can't truly call yourself "peaceful" unless you are capable of great violence. If you're not capable of great violence, you're not peaceful, you're harmless.
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