‘Squid Game’ A Debt Release Competition That Rivals The Hunger Games!

Squid Game, the hit Korean drama, is currently at the top of the Netflix charts, where it has remained since its launch, becoming one of the most-watched shows ever on the streaming service. The only way a movie or show can get that much attention without being truly fantastic is if it has a global box office known star the Squid Game lacks all of this, implying that it must be intriguingly eccentric.

So I patiently watched Squid Game featured on Netflix.

It’s been some days since I finished watching the show and I’m still thinking about all those games, because wth?

And the ending?

Will there be a season 2?

Let’s Dissect Briefly The Ending Of the Squid Game because the ending leaves the viewers to think Gi-hun is going to transform into a fearless vigilante determined to end the secretive Squid Game.

A Semi Spoiler…

What happens at the end of Squid Game? After winning the survival games, a traumatized Gi-hun (Lee Jung-Jae) returns home only to encounter a dramatic tragedy and then endures what appears to be profound inner turmoil that exists within himself as a traumatized soul after solely and dramatically surviving the series of relentless brutal childish games.

It seems this artistic differing rendition of the once box office hit, “Hunger Games” surprisingly peaked in popularity as it depicts the moral-ethical woes of its characters.

Overall, this gruesome Netflix original series earns its spot in the record books and its reputation as one of the undoubtedly barbarous notable pieces of entertainment you’ll see all year thanks to an ingeniously captivating idea, a multifaceted cast of characters, cleverly re-constructed story-line, and enough confrontational tension to top it all off. This Gaulish movie melody of survival of the clever joins the disturbing classic list of the fight for life motion picture games of all time.