#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Series Online Free – Eve is a bored, whip-smart security services operative whose desk-bound job doesn’t fulfill her fantasies of being a spy. Villanelle is a talented killer, who clings to the luxuries her violent job affords her. These two fierce women, equally obsessed with each other, will go head to head in an epic game of cat and mouse, toppling the typical spy-action thriller. Plot: A security consultant hunts for a ruthless assassin. Equally obsessed with each other, they go head to head in an epic game of cat-and-mouse.
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This show hits the sweet spot between Spy Mystery adventure and Comedic thriller. The main characters are so boldly drawn and some of the action and plots so fantastical that the viewer would be forgiven for continually thinking…satire. Yet, the series stays true to a “real life” plot which it wants you to take seriously. Jodie Comer does a fantastic job of getting us into the mind of this off kilter psychopathic killer. Eventually, I think we do understand Villanelle who turns out to be the show’s real protagonist. I’m not sure if Sandra Oh choice as Eve Polastri was a genius casting decision or an epic mistake. Either way, she did an excellent job as first a foil then a lost soul. The others, as I said before, seemed properly over the top in the espionage or police and crime genre to be recognizable yet also unique. I give great credit also some inspirational writing which created many brilliant individual vignettes and memorable exchanges. Yes, I knew these characters were not ‘real’ but I just loved to hear them talk. Something refreshing and surprising.
Killing Eve is mediocre at best. Some very far-fetched plot holes.
The acting is very weak and hammy at times . After watching 4 episodes I started asking myself ‘Why am I watching this? And couldn’t answer it!’
There’s better ways to waste time!
Funny, fun, sad, satisfaction and disturbing. Lethal weapon with english death. It’s so good it’s like a night out you can’t remember with no hangover.
I saw many clips of this show being watched by the viewers on Gogglebox, and it became a big talking point, so I’m really glad when I caught up and got hooked into it, based on the books by Luke Jennings, developed for TV and written by Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag, No Time to Die). Basically, Eve Polastri (Golden Globe winning, BAFTA nominated, and three-time Emmy nominated Sandra Oh, also producing) formerly worked in a protection role within the British Intelligence but got bored with her desk-bound job. Eve is much more interested in female assassins, their psychologies, and their methods of killing. She is fired from MI5 after a brash behind-the-scenes investigation involving a witness. However, to her delight, she is recruited by Carolyn Martens (BAFTA winning, and twice Emmy nominated Fiona Shaw) into a secret division within MI6. Eve and her team are tasked with hunting down a highly skilled psychopathic international assassin who calls herself Villanelle (Emmy winning and nominated, BAFTA winning and nominated, and Golden Globe nominated Jodie Comer). The Russian English-speaking Villanelle has a talent for killing in ingenious ways, making many kills look like accidents, she is also a master of disguise, with a talent for mimicking accents. Her handler is Konstantin Vasiliev (BAFTA nominated Kim Bodnia), who is often annoyed but equally fascinated and in awe of her activities. Eve crosses paths with Villanelle on many occasions, but both realise that members within both of their secret circles may be more interconnected than they realise. Eve and Villanelle become obsessed with each other, focusing less on their initial missions to learn more about the other. They get closer and closer each time, to the point that there may be a stronger intimate connection between them. But neither can escape the fact that they are enemies, and when opportunity presents itself, although they may be reluctant to do so, both will try to kill each other. Also starring Owen McDonnell as Niko Polastri, Eve’s husband, Sean Delaney as Kenny Stowton, Carolyn’s son, Kirby Howell-Baptiste as Elena Felton, Harriet Walter as Dasha, Edward Bluemel as Hugo, Danny Sapani as Jamie, Nina Sosanya as Jess, Steve Pemberton as Paul, Darren Boyd as Frank Haleton, David Haig as Bill Pargrave, Adrian Scarborough as Raymond, Four Lions’ Adeel Akhtar as Martin, and Zoë Wanamaker as Helen Jacobson. Comer is superb as the assassin with a childish personality and a dark sense of humour, and her Russian accent is impeccable (along with the other accents she puts on), Oh is equally fantastic as the British intelligence officer who will do whatever it takes to complete her mission, and Shaw is fabulous as the icy but reliable head of the British team. This is a brilliantly written programme, witty, funny, and edgy at the right times, great characters, cool worldwide locations, and the violence and death sequences are well-crafted, a most worthwhile black comedy-drama spy thriller. It won the BAFTA for Outstanding Drama Series, and it was nominated for, it was nominated the Golden Globe for Best Television Series – Drama (twice), and it was nominated for Virgin Media’s Must-See Moment for “Eve Stabs Villanelle”, and Best Director: Fiction for Harry Bradbeer, and it was nominated the Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series (twice), Outstanding Contemporary Costumes, Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series for Lisa Brühlmann, Outstanding Drama Series (twice), Outstanding Music Supervision, Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Contemporary Program (One Hour or More) (twice), Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series, Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series for Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Emerald Fennell. Very good!
Original Language en
Original Title Killing Eve
Total Seasons 4
Released 08 Apr 2018
Release Year 2018–2022
Genre Action, Adventure, Drama
Writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge
Actors Jodie Comer, Sandra Oh, Fiona Shaw
Country United States, United Kingdom
Awards Won 1 Primetime Emmy. 42 wins & 154 nominations total
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