Reviewed! ‘Little Women,Big Cars’ Good Mileage; ‘Blue’ is Sad
Little Women, Big Cars Gets Good Mileage
AOL’s original scripted show Little Women, Big Cars premiered its second season yesterday and when the show is not being trite, it is charming. The web series is a bit sitcom-y as it follows four distinct women – one a divorced lawyer, another the super mother that can’t say no – around as they navigate through life as soccer moms. Each woman is a bit of a trope which works in the spirit of comedy, and each episode will have at least one or two smirk-worthy jokes. A tamer Sex in the City for married suburban moms? Yep. Read more…
– Fruzsina Eordogh
WIGS Show ‘Blue’ Teeters on Unrealistic
The second season of WIGS’ “Blue” airing on the network’s YouTube channel and starring Julia Stiles as Blue, a high-end escort, mother, daughter and accountant still leading a double life she wants to keep from her teenage son, is just as good as the first season. The production value and quality of the show is unparalleled — the sets are wonderful, the actors are top-notch and we are immediately pulled into Blue’s world. The dialogue is great. This is how people really talk to each other. Blue’s teenage son is just the right amount of angsty and needy and suspicious of his mother. Blue’s mother is just the right amount of annoying and nagging. And her clients are just the right amount of smarmy. But that’s the thing: Blue’s escort-mommy role doesn’t just fall shy of believable, it completely misses the mark. Read more.
– C.A. CummingsTags: AOL, Blue, Blue Season 2, Julia Stiles, Little Women Big Cars, review, Vuguru, web series, Wigs