Dom Overview: Dom is Amazon Prime Video’s newest providing within the realm of crime-drama. It’s impressed by a real story that follows a father who’s a cop and his son who turns into a felony. What you might have listed below are eight episodes of crime drama which are interwoven with a father and son dynamic. For many of the sequence, it manages to remain gripping however in the end falters as a result of its tonal inconsistencies. OTT Releases of The Week: Manoj Bajpayee’s The Household Man Season 2 on Amazon Prime Video, Christian Convery’s Candy Tooth on Netflix, Patrick Wilson’s The Conjuring 3 on HBO Max and Extra.
Dom does embody some actually good appearing from each of its primary leads. The present retains switching from previous to current so there are two actors portraying the identical characters at occasions and so they handle to distinction in a pure approach as you be taught extra about their lives, particularly the character of Pedro as you see his decline into the lifetime of crime and might’t assist however really feel unhealthy about it. The present actually shines with its characters and I believe it’s the excessive level of Dom.
The way in which it showcases the lifetime of crime within the favelas of Rio de Janeiro additionally feels genuine for essentially the most half. The set design is wonderful, genuine and pure. That is partially was essential for the present to nail, as a result of if the atmosphere surrounding the story wouldn’t be as much as its mark, Dom would then endure due to it. The soundtrack is sort of enjoyable to hearken to, there are some nice music selections and the rating itself fits the present rather well. Nobody music actually feels misplaced and compliments the Dom in a pleasant approach.
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Whereas Dom does hit the mark with the portrayal of crime in a practical approach, it usually delves into glamourising its personal story in an effort to take care of some stylistic inventive visuals, and this in flip causes tonal inconsistencies. On one hand, you might have Dom making an attempt to be this gritty real looking crime thriller, however once more on the similar time it’s going excessive with its portrayal of crime, so it simply makes Dom have conflicting tones and might result in a break in immersion.
It additionally depends too closely on flashbacks to flesh out its characters that it could possibly simply find yourself feeling like two completely different exhibits at a time. Whereas yeah, they do assist with character growth, it simply isn’t introduced in a pure approach. At one level you’ll be watching a scene happening within the current after which the present cuts again to the previous within the subsequent scene. The development of it simply doesn’t really feel pure in any respect somewhat it simply feels jumbled. To not say the pacing of the primary few episodes feels off as nicely. Each episode ranges someplace round from 50 to 60 minutes, nevertheless it simply feels that lots of it’s padded out with filler in an effort to make it longer.
– Nice appearing
– Nice characters
– Good cinematography
– Good soundtrack
– Over reliance on flashbacks
– Minimize to flashbacks aren’t completed in a pure approach
– Tonal inconsistencies
Dom, whereas nonetheless efficient in presenting its story, finally falls flat in some locations as a result of some script and structural points. Had the story been extra air-tight and had it caught to 1 tone it may have been an awesome eight hours of tv. Despite the fact that it does have its issues, Dom continues to be a digestible present that can go away you entertained by the tip of it. The Brazilian sequence is streaming on Amazon Prime Video.
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