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SQUID GAME NETFLIX SERIES REVIEW | Double Toasted

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SQUID GAME NETFLIX SERIES REVIEW | Double Toasted – Today at Double Toasted we have our Squid Game review. In this funny video, we discuss everything we like and dislike about the Squid Game netflix series, and we even touch on what we thought of the Squid Game red light green light game. We don’t do a Squid Game ending explained, or Squid Game explained, as we don’t want to spoil anything, so you have no worries there. What did you think of Squid Game? Let us know in the comment section below.

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26 Comments

  1. Where can the second review of Midnight Mass be found?

  2. Dawg, learn their names, it's not that hard. You're literally treating them no better than the rich VIP assholes in the show

  3. Dawg, learn their names, it's not that hard. You're literally treating them no better than the rich VIP assholes in the show

  4. I'd say it was also inspired by "Alice in borderland". Which almost nobody ever talks about and it's been on Netflix a while.

  5. I'd say it was also inspired by "Alice in borderland". Which almost nobody ever talks about and it's been on Netflix a while.

  6. Sorry but why do a review when you haven't finished the show?

  7. Sorry but why do a review when you haven't finished the show?

  8. Where are the photos from that they keep showing next to the squid game stills. The one with a male animatronic with evil eyes compared to the doll?

  9. Where are the photos from that they keep showing next to the squid game stills. The one with a male animatronic with evil eyes compared to the doll?

  10. While I had my issues with its characters, I think Squid Game is incredibly well made and it feels very cinematic. If this were to get a theatrical release it would be more than appropriate.

  11. While I had my issues with its characters, I think Squid Game is incredibly well made and it feels very cinematic. If this were to get a theatrical release it would be more than appropriate.

  12. I don’t get why some people talk shit and look down on those that favour the English dub version of shows, movies and games when the dub version is dubbed in the language they understand best. I mean, unless you speak Korean, you pretty much have to be glued to the screen. When you have English dub version on you can walk around, get a drink, go toilet with the show on in the background, make a sandwich, look away and talk with someone next to you who is also watching the show or even rest and still follow the story.

    Not gonna lie, always makes me laugh when pretentious fucks scoff and look down on the dub version and viewers of the dub versions of Korean or Japanese mediums, be it games or live action. When I played Ghost of Tsushima I played in English because I don’t speak Japanese. If I want to read, I read a fucking book. The books I read don’t have pictures so I’m not missing anything when focusing on text. Playing a video game or watching an action movie when the characters are talking during the action packed scenes, how can you follow the action and read what is being said at the same time? You trade one for the other. For those that want to be “purists”, I’d say, learn to speak Korean or Japanese then watch Squid games or play Ghost of Tsushima with the Japanese voice acting. Earn it. You’re not a purist if you have to read the text to know what’s going on, just pretentious when there is a choice to watch or play with the language you understand.🤷‍♂️

  13. I don’t get why some people talk shit and look down on those that favour the English dub version of shows, movies and games when the dub version is dubbed in the language they understand best. I mean, unless you speak Korean, you pretty much have to be glued to the screen. When you have English dub version on you can walk around, get a drink, go toilet with the show on in the background, make a sandwich, look away and talk with someone next to you who is also watching the show or even rest and still follow the story.

    Not gonna lie, always makes me laugh when pretentious fucks scoff and look down on the dub version and viewers of the dub versions of Korean or Japanese mediums, be it games or live action. When I played Ghost of Tsushima I played in English because I don’t speak Japanese. If I want to read, I read a fucking book. The books I read don’t have pictures so I’m not missing anything when focusing on text. Playing a video game or watching an action movie when the characters are talking during the action packed scenes, how can you follow the action and read what is being said at the same time? You trade one for the other. For those that want to be “purists”, I’d say, learn to speak Korean or Japanese then watch Squid games or play Ghost of Tsushima with the Japanese voice acting. Earn it. You’re not a purist if you have to read the text to know what’s going on, just pretentious when there is a choice to watch or play with the language you understand.🤷‍♂️

  14. Minority Report here: I hated the show. I watched it through to the finish only to see if it would do anything to redeem itself, but nope, nothing. Reason #1, great fiction has no issue with being plausibly believable, all fiction being not true, made up, a story. Nothing about SG was believable. Reason #2: People do NOT behave as depicted in the show. Real people would Not walk back into the fire. They all joined up initially because they wanted a chance to LIVE a better life, not a 99% chance to die. Reason #3: The S. Korean government would have caught on to the situation immediately, sooner, not later. Financial transactions, all of a highly irregular nature, large scale heavy construction operations without permits or inspections, destitute people disappearing and turning up later wealthy beyond imagining with zero imaginable reason. None of it is possible within even the greatest stretch of the imagination. All through the series I was thinking: You Gotta be kidding me! (Kidding wasn't really the word I was thinking.) Yes, the show was well produced, and the social ills it portrays are serious, worldwide, not just in S. Korea. It's just, the whole world knows it already. If you want to make a social commentary show about such social ills, The Grapes of Wrath is a great example. Sky Castle is a great S. Korean series that does the job well. Here's a little ditty written ~ 2 centuries ago that spelled it out, a five minute read, take the time, it's worth it:

    https://www.poetry.com/poem/33632/tommy

    Squid Games strikes me as pornography for sadomasochists, but most people aren't that. They just never really give much thought to the entertainments they watch. I hope I haven't offended, but it really is what I think of the show. So very not worth it.

  15. Minority Report here: I hated the show. I watched it through to the finish only to see if it would do anything to redeem itself, but nope, nothing. Reason #1, great fiction has no issue with being plausibly believable, all fiction being not true, made up, a story. Nothing about SG was believable. Reason #2: People do NOT behave as depicted in the show. Real people would Not walk back into the fire. They all joined up initially because they wanted a chance to LIVE a better life, not a 99% chance to die. Reason #3: The S. Korean government would have caught on to the situation immediately, sooner, not later. Financial transactions, all of a highly irregular nature, large scale heavy construction operations without permits or inspections, destitute people disappearing and turning up later wealthy beyond imagining with zero imaginable reason. None of it is possible within even the greatest stretch of the imagination. All through the series I was thinking: You Gotta be kidding me! (Kidding wasn't really the word I was thinking.) Yes, the show was well produced, and the social ills it portrays are serious, worldwide, not just in S. Korea. It's just, the whole world knows it already. If you want to make a social commentary show about such social ills, The Grapes of Wrath is a great example. Sky Castle is a great S. Korean series that does the job well. Here's a little ditty written ~ 2 centuries ago that spelled it out, a five minute read, take the time, it's worth it:

    https://www.poetry.com/poem/33632/tommy

    Squid Games strikes me as pornography for sadomasochists, but most people aren't that. They just never really give much thought to the entertainments they watch. I hope I haven't offended, but it really is what I think of the show. So very not worth it.

  16. 25:45 – The American VIPs were the WORST part of this show. It's not just the acting it's also that they're gross stereotypes. All the time they were on screen I kept thinking this is what Koreans think of Americans. Made me glad I'm Australian lol

  17. 25:45 – The American VIPs were the WORST part of this show. It's not just the acting it's also that they're gross stereotypes. All the time they were on screen I kept thinking this is what Koreans think of Americans. Made me glad I'm Australian lol

  18. I know I'm a year late. I chose not to watch Squid Game when it first came out because things were bad in my area and I just didn't want to view anything depressing. But now that I finally watched the show, I can say I really enjoyed it. Great work, Chris and Martin, I always love the exchange and the banter. You guys make me feel like I'm sitting down and having a good time listening to old friends talk about new things 🙂

  19. I know I'm a year late. I chose not to watch Squid Game when it first came out because things were bad in my area and I just didn't want to view anything depressing. But now that I finally watched the show, I can say I really enjoyed it. Great work, Chris and Martin, I always love the exchange and the banter. You guys make me feel like I'm sitting down and having a good time listening to old friends talk about new things 🙂

  20. 10:50 this is a little ignorant. All Asian cultures are not the same. South Koreans are very loud and exaggerated.

  21. 10:50 this is a little ignorant. All Asian cultures are not the same. South Koreans are very loud and exaggerated.

  22. Where can the second review of Midnight Mass be found?

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