Netflix Review: Friends from College
Friends from college is an interesting flick on what you and your friends don’t want to happen years after graduating college:
1)Friends hiding a secret romance underneath the roof of another friends house.
2)Drunken stories of traveling together and finding out stuff no one wants to hear.
3)Trying to rekindle past comedic relationships in college but carry them over into the post 40s adult world.
The group of six: Nick, Marianne, Max, Sam, Lisa and Ethan. Each have great intertwining relationships with each other that symbolize different personalities that former college students such as myself have experienced. It is funny to watch it unfold in front of you as a viewer. When I watched the first season, I thought about what I would do in the situations that these friends got themselves into. I also definitely would have changed a few decisions made by each of the members. After wondering what would of changed as a result of me being put in that persons shoes. I also pondered the reaction and would lay out the rest of the show based on my decision.
With that being said, I found myself interactive with the show. The producers made it easy to do so, which I really liked.
I can’t wait for the second season of this show to see how far they can come or even what other stupid decisions they make or what more secrets each of them are hiding.
-Nick Sutherland (@Sudsy8)