Criticism of Troop Zero, where Amazon blends with simplicity and familiarity

Troop Zero takes us to rural Georgia in 1977, a troubled girl dreams of living in outer space. When a national competition offers her the chance to see her dream come true, she sets out to recruit an impromptu group of “Birdie Scouts,” forging a friendship that will last for eternity.

Amazon Prime continues to bet on self-production and little by little tries to catch up with rival platforms. This time bet on Troop Zero, a movie by dramatic comedy Directed by the British female duo Bert & Bertie, from a script by Lucy Alibar's co-writer and inspired by the play Christmas and Jubilee Behold The Meteor Shower. It is a very successful film for Amazon Prime Video because of the essence to familiarity and togetherness that would have no place in other spaces such as Netflix.

Despite the young age of the group of young people who are around fifteen, their interpretations are more than acceptable and they will get to delve into the climate of comedy as experts in the genre. No wonder Troop Zero leans on the exuberant portrayal of award-winning Viola Davis but the type of film makes it impossible for her to shine. No one in the cast rises to get a fierce performance because they don't allow it and it's a shame to miss out on a cast like this.

Criticism of Troop Zero

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Amazon is moving away from the children's comedies currently sweeping theaters to keep the sanity and appeal of conventionality in Troop Zero. There is not much imagination with caricatured characters in a story already seen many times before. It differs from the rest by the rhythm you get in the second part and for a surprising ending with a striking but sensible script twist. The good vibes will carry the screen from a rural setting to a homey one.

Maybe Troop Zero lags a little behind the current cinema with a recognized plot although it is distinguished by its cast. Perfect to see as a family and have a good time without the mere intention of seeing anything outstanding. Amazon has managed to reinvent itself and expand its catalog to a more general audience with an interesting film at the same time as repetitive.

Title : Troop ZeroPublication date : 2020-09-08Synopsis: In rural Georgia in 1977, a troubled girl dreams of living in outer space. When a national competition offers her the chance to see her dream come true, she sets out to recruit an impromptu group of “Birdie Scouts,” forging a friendship that will last for eternity.Director (s): Bert & BertieCast: Mckenna grace
Viola Davis
Allison janney
Jim gaffigan
Mike epps
Charlie Shotwell
Edi patterson
Milan rayGender : Comedy


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