Netflix’s darkish comedy “Beef” makes use of street rage to discover relationships


Highway rage is not any laughing matter. Each 16 hours, statistics present that somebody in America is injured (or worse) on account of such incidents.

However we are able to thank such a confrontation within the streets of Los Angeles for “Beef” (not meat, however slang for a fued). The ten-part darkish comedy stars Steven Yeun (“The Strolling Useless”) as Danny, a down-on-his-luck entrepreneur and comic Ali Wong as Amy, a enterprise proprietor on the cusp of riches.

His life collides after a automobile accident that begins in a car parking zone. What ensues is scrumptious mayhem with historic Asian masks, rice cooker singers, shoddy building mishaps, a kidnapped youngster, Korean church rock and a rocky canyon brawl.


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