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Inspired by the adventures of ArsÃ¨ne Lupin, gentleman thief Assane Diop sets out to avenge his father for an injustice inflicted by a wealthy family.
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Watchseries; Too many improbables for me, like a bad guy finding a shotgun and ammo in an abandoned chateau, the list goes on, bye bye Lupin.
Too many improbables for me, like a bad guy finding a shotgun and ammo in an abandoned chateau, the list goes on, bye bye Lupin.
Lupin watchseries. There's too much hype over this, but unjustifiably so. Lupin had a very nice take on the whole retribution concept, good cast, and good direction. But about half-way in, the inconsistencies became all too frequent and the plot holes were just... horrendous. So much so, that we could no longer enjoy the good parts of the show, it felt too much like it was underestimating the intelligence of the viewer just for the drama. It's a pity, but this show is not worth your time if you're interested in writing quality.
Some decent scenes. Can be somewhat entertaining if you're willing to overlook the fact that the plot resembles Swiss cheese.
To be honest, I am only writing this because I am so displeased by the poor writing witnessed in the 1st episode of season 2.
I really enjoyed the first season and was looking forward to the continuation of the story. I realized the writing took a turn from good and enjoyable to just abysmal. Characters went from intelligent and well thought out to completely moronic. Watch season 1, enjoy it then forget about season 2.
I tolerated Season 1 but season 2 is unbearable with so many eye-rolling moments. Very poor background story of the characters. Plot twists like those of kids cartoons, even Scooby Doo was better. He is shown doing most basic things and then walking like a STAR in the next scene, for what?
Storylines are so conveniently similar to Lupin's stories which makes no sense here. The French Police is shown like a complete idiot who let goes the MOST WANTED MAN multiple times.
With so many great crime thrillers on Netflix, this one doesn't even make the top 50 list.
Shot beautifully and Omar Sy is looking amazing, but that's the only thing in the series.
Incredible amount of exaggeration and shocking level or story patch ups. Lupin is well shot, but poorly written. Extremely frustrating to see FRANCE' MOST WANTED man just chilling in public and wearing the worst disguises and still never getting caught.