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Margaret Pomeranz Reviewed Byron Baes I Cannot Stop Watching Her Rip It To Shreds

Beloved Aussie movie reviewer Margaret Pomeranz
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has given her official review of Netflix’s , and it’s as scathing as you’d expect from the queen of takedowns. I simply cannot stop watching. For those who do not know, Margaret is one half of the legendary show , which ran from 2004-2014. Her co-star often sat right by her side with equally poignant takes, and the duo were just a joy to watch. This time around however Margaret is riding solo, joining ABC’s for a super smackdown of . I too know the pain this show can cause on a physical level after being locked in a room by Netflix to watch the . Much like Margaret, I had quite the opinion brewing in my brain. However, I do not possess the talent for ripping shows/movies to shreds as she does. She simply has a way with words that I aspire towards. Her vocabulary is overflowing with the most colourful adjectives that really make her vicious all the more fun to listen to. My smooth brain could never. “In the Netflix series local creatives meet influencers from interstate in a bold experiment asking: ‘what if someone from the gold coast moved one hour away?'” said Margaret. “One could be forgiven for seeing these characters as soulless superficial rat humans but beneath the linen and absence of personality, there’s a lack of self-awareness here that is undeniably captivating. “Who needs real science when you’ve got sunshine the mermaid?” Soulless. Superficial. Rat humans. If someone called me that I would never financially, emotionally or spiritually recover. “A gripping character and lovingly crafted milieu of influencer culture, can ultimately be summed up with one word: dogshit.” Netflix if you’re reading this, she said it not me. You can watch the full takedown below: If you need me I’m going to be forming a petition to bring back . I’m just dying to listen to Margaret’s opinion on or Robert Pattinson’s .