Review Run, HBO Comedy Series

Review Run, HBO Comedy Series
Review Run, HBO Comedy Series

If there is no more motion, the serial Run is scheduled to be aired on April 13, 2020. Run is the latest half-hour HBO comedy series starring Emmy winners, Merritt Wever and Phoebe Waller-Bridge, as well as Domhnall Gleeson airing exclusively on HBO GO and HBO, the film is written and produced by Vicky Jones.

The Film is interesting, with many twist of interesting surprises, so that originally was a romantic comedy that turned into a thriller, and then told in seven rounds.

Another interesting thing is because the story script in this series in every episode, written by different people. For example, in the inaugural episode titled Run, the manuscript was written by his own producer, Vicky Jones. Later the second episode, titled Kiss, was written by Adam Countee (Silicon Valley (2014), Community (2009), followed by the third episode, titled “” Continuing onward until the fifth episode, each with different authors, so that each contributes a storyline full of surprises especially close to the final round.

The style of a film series with a surprising storyline is also found on the Spanish film series, La Casa de Papel, or internationally known as Money Heist.

The heart of the story is about the life of a woman named Ruby Richardson (Merritt Wever) who is boring upside-down when she receives a message from her old boyfriend while still attending Billy Johnson (Domhnall Gleeson), who invites himself to leave everything and meet him in New York with a reason to finish what they did 17 (seventeen) years ago, namely that if one of them sends a message “RUN” and the other responds with the same word , they have to leave everything and go to Grand Central Station to wander the Americas together.

With the authors of different background experiences and thoughts, it does make the film interesting to continue to follow, as each episode seems to give a different story genre, but remains within a sphere of comedy adventures of Ruby Richardson and Billy Johnson.

Review Run, HBO Comedy Series
Review Run, HBO Comedy Series

During the screening of the five-episode screening given for the media, it can be said that the series is able to provide an interesting spectacle and able to make the audience wonder, will be a continuation of the exciting new problems that appear in the final half of the film in every episode.

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