Watch Easy 2016–2019 123movies, Full TV Series Online – This television series follows different couples in their respective forms of relationship exploration in modern day Chicago. Each episode follows separate pairs that cross paths now and again, rather than having every character tie into every episode..
Plot: This eclectic, star-studded anthology follows diverse Chicagoans fumbling through the modern maze of love, sex, technology and culture. First dates, friends with benefits, couples with kids. Whatever your relationship status is, it’s always complicated.
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The title ‘Easy’ seems appropriate: the show is the TV equivalent of Easy Listening. It’s visual elevator music. No less pleasant and no more exciting than going for a leisurely walk. It is realistic to the point of being banal; the episodes bumble along for twenty minutes and (in some cases) ultimately build up to a mildly interesting premise that might have potential to develop into a good story line, just to finish and launch into the next mildly engaging idea in the next episode. Rinse and repeat. There is no tension whatsoever. Some of the cast is great and I am pleased to see that Orlando Bloom is aging very well; I sort of enjoyed watching this show, but I cannot quite work out why it was made.
So far pretty underrated
After binge-watching this amazing new Netflix Original in one day I was curious about peoples opinions on IMDb and was honestly pretty shocked to see the overall rating so far. First off I am not a professional writer and I don’t write reviews very often, so this will just be my little, short take on the show, nothing more and nothing less.
Easy is a Romantic-Drama Anthology series (like Tales from the Crypt did with Horror, Black Mirror with Sci-Fi and so on…), which means that each episode of this show is a self-contained story. Sometimes characters from one episode will have small connections with characters from others, but except for two episodes (Which are also my favorites), the stories aren’t connected to each other.
The show has comedic elements but overall I would definitely call it a drama. It is the brainchild of Indie-Filmmaker Joe Swanberg (Drinking Buddies, Digging for Fire). Fans of Mumblecore and artsy Rom-Coms will have a lot of fun with this little gem.
Easy aims at examining the small and big problems in modern-day love relationships and how the people involved deal with them. The writing and acting are absolutely superb, the stories engaging and realistic, the characters and their issues are very relatable and the cinematography is artistic without being pretentious. The overall style, pace and execution reminds me a lot of the even better (HBO) show “Togetherness” by the Duplass brothers. I also want to give a small shout-out to the musical score and soundtrack, great song choices!
Some of the actors in Easy are unknown and some are familiar faces, I was definitely surprised to see some A-Listers acting in here, but overall I thought that the lesser known actors fit in more with the indie-vibe the show is going for.
Not every episode blew my mind, but for the most part I absolutely loved Easy and can’t wait for season 2! Highly recommended!
Original Language en
Runtime 30 min
Writer Joe Swanberg
Actors Michael Chernus, Jane Adams, Elizabeth Reaser
Country United States
Awards 1 win & 4 nominations
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Sound Mix Stereo
Aspect Ratio 16:9 HD
Camera Red Weapon (6K), Red Weapon 6K
Laboratory Light Iron (digital intermediate)
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