Stranger Things 2016 123movies

Stranger Things 2016 123movies

Jul. 15, 2016
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Seasons and episodes

1Season 1 Jul. 15, 2016
2Season 2 Oct. 27, 2017
3Season 3 Jul. 04, 2019
4Season 4 May. 27, 2022

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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Series Online Free – In a small town where everyone knows everyone, a peculiar incident starts a chain of events that leads to the disappearance of a child, which begins to tear at the fabric of an otherwise peaceful community. Dark government agencies and seemingly malevolent supernatural forces converge on the town, while a few of the locals begin to understand that there’s more going on than meets the eye. Plot: When a young boy vanishes, a small town uncovers a mystery involving secret experiments, terrifying supernatural forces, and one strange little girl.
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At first I was skeptical about it because of kids, but it came out very interesting, well shot TV show. Acting is also done very well.
Review By: Dean09199 Rating: 9 Date: 2019-09-02
**Season 3 – SPOILER-FREE Review**

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Stranger Things first appeared in our lives back in 2016 with its phenomenal first season, followed by a less amazing yet still entertaining Season 2. I was pretty excited for the third adventure with one of the best (if not the best) young ensemble casts ever. The acting in this show is unbelievable, even more when considering the age of most of the kids (14-17). Millie Bobby Brown is 15-years-old! Fifteen! Weirdly, the show will only be eligible for next year’s Emmy’s, but if she doesn’t get nominated AND win, I sincerely don’t know what she needs to do more. The seamless ease that Millie has in showing emotion and delivering those subtle expressions that only the best actors can achieve after years of experience … She’s going to break the Oscar record for youngest Best Actress / Best Supporting Actress winner. It’s meant to happen.

I started with her because last season I handed the highlight crown to Noah Schnapp (Will Byers) who also gives an excellent performance, even if his character has less to do this time around (similar to the debut season). Of all the young actors, Millie is so much ahead of her fellow colleagues that she indirectly diminishes Sadie Sink’s (Max) performance. They have completely different emotional responses to similarly painful events. Not that Sadie isn’t able to transmit her feelings (I enjoyed both her and her character a lot more this season), but jumping from Eleven showing 200% of her emotion to any other character is always going to feel that the other actor/actress isn’t at her level (truthfully though, they aren’t).

In addition to Millie, the other standout has to be David Harbour as Jim Hopper. This might be the funniest season so far, as well as the most emotionally powerful. Both are due to Hopper’s arc and Harbour’s award-worthy performance. He’s hilarious, happy, sad, angry, drunk, frustrated, proud, … His arc is definitely the one that serves as a pillar to this season’s structure. Without him, this season wouldn’t be near to the quality it is. Harbour’s chemistry with Winona Ryder (Joyce Byers) is palpable, and that’s basically enough for me to have a great time. However, The Duffer Brothers really deserve a lot of credit. The writing is some of the best I’ve seen in the last few years.

Everyone hated Steve Harrington (Joe Keery) in the first season, but his development got such a fantastic treatment that now everyone loves him. The same happens with Billy Hargrove (Dacre Montgomery). I genuinely hated him last season due to how cliche and lazily written he was. Now, even though his backstory isn’t anything innovative, he’s undoubtedly seen as a more compelling character, which proves that Stranger Things really doesn’t have a single bad character (main or supporting, at least). Max also gets a better script, plus her on-screen time with Eleven helped the character become more interesting. Nevertheless, how’s the main gang?!

Well, Gaten Matarazzo (Dustin Henderson) spends less time with his original friends, but his side adventure with Steve, Erica Sinclair (Priah Ferguson), and Robin Buckley (Maya Hawke), the newest addition to the show which is also the best surprise of the season, is also pretty entertaining even if it’s connected to one of my issues (more on that soon). Mike Wheeler (Finn Wolfhard), Lucas Sinclair (Caleb McLaughlin), Will, Eleven, and Max have a whole romantic subplot that I surprisingly enjoyed mostly due to how realistic and heartfelt The Duffer Brothers wrote it. Obviously, comedy is always a must inside this group, and I wasn’t disappointed, having dropped more than just a few laughs throughout the episodes.

Finally, Charlie Heaton (Jonathan Byers) and Natalia Dyer (Nancy Wheeler) also have their own inspiring journey, the one that addresses the most how people had to live in the 80s. Dealing with discrimination, workplace injustices, and different lifestyles are put in perspective always through unforced dialogue and/or events. I really loved this season structure. How each group of characters has their own side adventure so that in the end, they can all team-up together to defeat the evil within Hawkins. I never felt bored or less engaged in a story. Season 2 had that horrible episode with Kali (Linnea Berthelson), and some episodes seemed to drag. Season 3 not only has the perfect runtime for each episode, but the story that they cover during each chapter is always remarkably captivating.

Of course, I always felt more entertained when Eleven and Hopper were on-screen, so their subplots obviously became my favorites. However, they don’t take anything away from the remaining stories or characters. Evidence number one would be the best ending of the show. It’s hard to hold off the tears during those last few moments, especially if you went through the same event (which 99% of people definitely did unless you had literally zero friends growing up). Technically, the show proves that you don’t need a big budget to provide visual delight. From the appropriated costume design to the addictive 80s’ style soundtrack, everything is on-point with tons of practical effects being employed. The CGI regarding the monsters and everything that comes with them are convincing enough, and the action sequences are mostly shot well. The editing gets a little sloppy near the final episodes, but nothing too serious.

My main and only issue with this season has to be the actual main plot. The thread that connects all of the subplots and groups of characters that I’ve been praising so much. Besides being very similar to the last season (monster comes, possesses people, and you know the rest), it’s worse regarding the “how” and “why” the monsters came back. There’s a whole story involving Russians, secret bases and codes, that feel too cheesy and over-the-top, reaching a level of absurdity that even affected some action scenes “a la Fast and Furious”. It’s unusual for the main plot to be as cliche and uninteresting as it is, while the side stories are astonishingly good.

All in all, Stranger Things delivers yet another fantastic season. Its debut continues to hold the #1 spot, but Season 3 is so much better than its predecessor. Once again, the characters are what make this show a massive success. Even separating everyone into different groups, the cast’s phenomenal chemistry remains intact. Millie Bobby Brown takes her crown back from Season 2’s highlight, Noah Schnapp, and guarantees herself tons of nominations and hopefully a few awards, due to a perfect display of her emotional range. David Harbour is right behind her, and then comes the rest of the ensemble cast, one of the best to ever grace a TV screen. The Duffer Brothers are masterful screenwriters, presenting extremely developed character scripts, as well as funny, exciting and entertaining side stories. Despite a less strong main plot, Stranger Things finishes this season with the best ending of the entire series. If you’re not crying during the last 10 minutes … I don’t know. Can’t wait for Season 4, even if I would be more than satisfied to see it end its run now.

Rating: A-

Review By: MSB Rating: 8 Date: 2020-03-29
Two very different seasons (EDIT: A few words about Season 3)
I guess plenty of people have said a lot of things about all the movie and TV references this series has and how it recreates the eighties in all their faults and splendor. I will not add to that.

With the release of the second season I’d simply like to advise that both seasons are very different animals. Think of it as the difference between the original Alien movie and the Aliens sequel: Whereas the first season was more about an unknown and unseen horror and the mystery behind the backstory, the second has more in-your-face action and horror laced with character development arcs which feel nice but sometimes sidetrack the series a bit.

Consequently, a fan of the show should probably watch the second season as a separate work of fiction rather than a true continuation of the first season in tone and spirit. The writers move the story forward and we get a very good piece of entertainment but the new season has to be judged on its own merits.

EDIT: Season 3 turned out to be a huge change in tone for the series. Maybe it’s really hard keeping up the mystery if much of the “world” of Stranger Things already yielded many of its secrets but the overall “feel” of the series went into a different direction. Maybe the writers simply ran out of 80′ templates to rip off. Season 1 was very much inspired by supernatural horror as in “Poltergeist”. Season 2 took many cues from “Creature Features” like “Gremlins” or “Aliens”. Season 3 now uses elements of 80′ zombie flicks and low budget gore horror with a little bit of spy comedy mixed in (and fight scenes which feel straight out of “Die Hard”). All those genres didn’t really mix well in the 80′ and this strange cocktail sure doesn’t work today. That doesn’t mean that Season 3 is bad. It simply relies on characters who were established in previous seasons which used very different 80′ story elements and tropes. It’s almost like seeing Darth Vader in an Indiana Jones movie. Both work on their own but not together.

Basically, Season 3 is an all too transparent attempt to plough a fresh nostalgia field but it doesn’t work in the context of previous seasons.

Review By: Kevin-42 Rating: Date: 2017-10-27
Tame Sci-Fi/Horror Thriller
The Duffer Brothers’ sci-fi, horror chiller miniseries “Stranger Things” reminded me of a half-baked B-movie with its outlandish shenanigans involving a trio of elementary aged children: Mike Wheeler (Finn Wolfhard of “It”), Dustin Henderson (newcomer Gaten Matarazzo), and Lucas Sinclair (Caleb McLaughlin of “Blue Bloods”) who are all searching for their missing school mate Will Byers (Noah Schnapp of “Bridge of Spies”) who vanished under bizarre circumstances. Will’s mother (Winona Ryder of “Heathers”) is grief-stricken about the loss of her little boy, and she harasses the Hawkins’ Police Chief Jim Hopper (David Harbour of “Quantum of Solace “) to find him. Hopper sends out search parties to comb the surrounding woods. Set during the 1980s with homages to John Carpenter and Stephen King, this Netflix’s original series is pretty tame stuff from start to finish. Things, however, do heat up in Episode Six when the monster appears, but Matt and Ross Duffer confine this fiend in the shadows so we cannot see exactly how menacing it is. Indeed, it is slimy and makes munchie sounds. Supernatural elements abound largely because an ultra-secret government-operated laboratory has been conducting unethical experiments on grown-ups and children not far from Hawkins. While Will has gone missing, a girl with closely-cropped hair has managed to escape from the government laboratory. Mike, Dustin, and Lucas find her, and Mike hides her in his house without notifying his parents about their special guest. Eleven has superpowers of a sort. She can move objects and people with his telekinetic mind and she can kill adversaries by breaking their necks. By Episode Six, we learn that the enigmatic child with the number eleven tattooed inside her forearm, Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown of “Godzilla: King of Monsters”) is the daughter of the mad scientist, white-haired Dr. Martin Brenner (Mathew Modine of “Full Metal Jacket”) and a girl that he conducted experiments on, Terry Ives (Aimee Mullins of “Quid Pro Quo”), yielded a child. Reportedly, Terry never gave birth, but you’ll know better as the series progresses. The three youngsters have to contend with a couple of bullies at school, and these dastards wind up paying a price for giving our heroes a hard time. When the Duffers aren’t following the youngsters around, they also have high school students on the loose. Mike’s older sister Nancy Wheeler (Natalia Dyer of “Blue Like Jazz”) runs around with another student, Barb (Shannon Purser of “Riverdale”), who drives her to a rendezvous with her snotty boyfriend, Steve Harrington (Joe Keery of “Molly’s Game”), who wants to deflower her. The cliffhanger episodes are neither frightening nor suspenseful, and nothing about this series should give anybody a nightmare. Interestingly, this is one of David Harbour’s few roles where he isn’t cast as villain.
Review By: zardoz-13 Rating: 5 Date: 2017-09-15

Other Information:

Rated TV-14
Popularity 479.928
Original Language en
Original Title Stranger Things
Total Seasons 4
Released 15 Jul 2016
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Release Year 2016–
Genre Drama, Fantasy, Horror
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Writer Matt Duffer, Ross Duffer
Actors Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Winona Ryder
Country United States
Awards Won 7 Primetime Emmys. 77 wins & 216 nominations total
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Stranger Things 2016 123movies
Stranger Things 2016 123movies
Stranger Things 2016 123movies
Stranger Things 2016 123movies
Stranger Things 2016 123movies
Stranger Things 2016 123movies
Stranger Things 2016 123movies
Stranger Things 2016 123movies
Stranger Things 2016 123movies
Stranger Things 2016 123movies
Original title Stranger Things
First air date Jul. 15, 2016
Last air date Jul. 04, 2019
Seasons 4
Episodes 34
Average Duration a:1:{i:0;i:50;} minutes

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