Atlanta - Season 2, Episode 10: FUBU
In Atlanta Robbin' Season, two cousins work through the Atlanta music scene in order to better their lives and the lives of their families. 'Earn Marks' (Donald Glover) is a young manager trying to get his cousin's career off the ground.
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New York Magazine/Vulture
May 04, 2018 Donald Glover, Hiro Murai, and company create illusions so all-encompassing that they've created a world with its own mechanisms, functioning independently, in tandem with, and in spite of its viewers.Read in Source
Black Nerd Problems
June 05, 2018 This is about middle school, but it's also about what we pass down to our kids and how that gets distorted-so distorted that we don't see our own hands in it.Read in Source
May 04, 2018 "FUBU" has a vestigial quality, which probably sounds like an insult, but it's not intended to.Read in Source
May 04, 2018 It really does feel like the season has been building to something important between [Earn and Al], and this origin story was part of that, in addition to being a bittersweet nostalgia trip in its own right.Read in Source
May 04, 2018 Perhaps the end result of Atlanta's unnerving second season, and the theme that will drive the story from here, will be something more universal: empathy.Read in Source
May 04, 2018 The penultimate episode of Robbin' Season flashed back all the way to the cousins' childhood... and helped define the duo's relationship for life.Read in Source
May 04, 2018 That twist isn't unexpected, especially if you've been watching this season dive headfirst into the dour deep end, but it's handled well with a detached sadness that is very meaningfully shot through the hazy grime of a school bus window.Read in Source
Den of Geek
May 04, 2018 Where the episode excels is in how authentic it feels. So often school-set stories come off like the product of a hazy reflection from an adult mind. But most of this felt distressingly real.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...