Charlie Cox stars as a blind Hell's Kitchen lawyer who takes a crime insurgence into own hands under the guise of a sleek red devil. When you hit play, you'll meet two cheaters and their friends from Harvard, all of whom make some reaaaaaally bad decisions.
but doesn't really make much effort at all to flesh out its characters, dialogue, or conflict, so the sobriety narrative becomes even more stilted. Jean Holloway (Watts) is a Manhattan therapist who gets entangled in her patients' personal lives in ways that are both unethical and extremely boring.
That the central romance resembles something out of middle school is fitting in this context. Will she risk her Williams-Sonoma catalog Connecticut home life for an affair with a Brooklyn-dwelling, indie-rock-loving, coffee-hawking young woman named Sidney? A more important question: Will you make it past the first episode? Unfortunately, as it unspools, it thrums with the corniness and energy of a broadcast sitcom with F-bombs.
You’ll find sexy chicks clad in low-cut blouses, short skirts and lacy stockings.
Watch them give blowjobs for promotions and ride their boss’s hard cock for a raise.