Parents' Guide to

Naomi

By Diondra K. Brown, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Smart superhero origin story with young, diverse cast.

TV CW Drama 2022
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Hmmm. Naomi...

The plot for this show is not terrible. The acting could be better but it feels like it is not too disapointing. The show is diverse and that is fact. poeple part of the lgbtq feature in this show and the main protaganist is of colour. But let me tell you this. The action, the action is for a matter of fact. not good. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3iWN9DkYBs From this link. you can already see why this show was cancelled. i could learn adobe after affects for 3 hours and have better special effects. And yes the budget is low. but not this Low! I am disapointed by CW. I have watched shows like the flash and supergirl. and the cgi was good in the first 2 or 3 seasons and then it trailed off a bit. But by episode 7 of the whole show. You will notice that the editing looks like it has been done by a bunch of aspiring moviemakers in there basement. I hope CW improve on there path. or they will stop being liked and they will stop getting the money needed to make other monstrosities of a show. But I wish that CW just stuck to a generic highschool comedy drama or something similar. As you dont need to use anysort of special effects. The writing wasnt tooo bad. although there was some sloppy writing effort. it seemes like a generic flimsy show about a teenager that gets powers. and the other stuff just seems to pretty mid. The show was disapointing. but if your into CW shows, I would watch it. as they will probably have a crossover with the flash in some time in the future. 4 out of 10 bananas

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
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A diverse and bright comic book series comes to life on screen. Naomi hits the mark when it comes to representation and empowering viewers to embrace who they are, and what makes them unique. This character breathes fresh life into the DC Comic franchise, which has largely lacked diversity and strong female leads. The story isn't the typical superhero, alter-ego storyline and plays out more slowly. Naomi's relationship to some of the characters isn't clearly established at first, leaving viewers to wonder. The story is presented in a way that draws in viewers to root for Naomi, and to be invested in her story.

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