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Selena True Make Up


A deeper dive into Selena's story.

SC100708055 December 2020

As a fan of Selena as well as a fan of the original movie, I like the series overall. While I agree with some of the other reviews that the actress portraying Selena is not the greatest, I love the fact that they dove deeper into the background of the family and the band. I find it disrespectful that anyone can say the family is capitalizing off Selena's name when they had the greatest loss but also were the band from the beginning. I personally enjoyed seeing every step that the group and Selena had to take before making it.

The movie was phenomenal but they only showed few events (as they usually have time for in a 2 hour movie). This was a tight knit, loving family that struggled for years until they made it and I think the series, like the movie, captured that. Also, people complaining about how they don't focus on Selena as much, I get it. But as a fan, I personally liked watching how AB wrote and produced the music as well as the relationship between Suzette and Selena. I have to say that the standout performance for me was Ricardo Antonio Chavira who portrayed Selena's father Abraham.

While Selena should always be front and center, I enjoyed watching the family as well. I think it's important to remember that while Selena was an amazing artist and performer that died a horrible tragedy, that's not her whole story and certainly not the families. I am hoping for more depth and complexity to the characters in the second season as we draw closer to the inevitable tragic ending.

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Corny. but improves in Part 2

stefstars10 December 2020

My uncle put it best, "it can't decide if it wants to be a comedy or a drama." Some shows are able to pull off both genres, but this show can't. The comedy can be awkwardly delivered and the dramatic moments are comedic, take for example the ending of Selena True Make Up 1. Chris gets kicked off the tour bus, Selena looks out to him brokenhearted and the "Ayyyyy como me duele" line from 'Como La Flor' plays in the background with the happy keyboard melody that follows. I had to laugh.

Selena is very, unfairly, one dimensional in this show. That's not the fault of the actress, that's the writing. All she thinks about is her career and music, her love for fashion is shown too. However when it starts to get interesting, for example Selena's time in school or crushing on boys, the show immediately moves on and puts an end to it with a rushed conclusion. It does take plenty of time with Abraham scenes though. It tries to portray him as some sage father figure giving his kids the best "don't give up" type of advice, when in reality he was Mexican American Joe Jackson. Living his dreams through his children, whether they wanted it or not. Selena is like a background character in her own show, she repeats and says whatever the father wants to hear. The other characters seem so unrealistic and cartoony. It's obvious this entire show was rushed.

I will give credit where it's due, I learned more about the inspiration for some of her best songs, about what Suzette and A. B. were up to during their unorthodox childhoods. People are being too harsh to the actress playing Selena, I think she's trying her best, she's working with what she's been given, which is crap. Suzette's actress isn't so bad either, she's very natural. I wish Selena True Make Up show was better, I wish it was based on Chris Perez's book instead of Abraham Quintanilla's B. S. I'm not going to compare it to the film and neither should you as these are two completely different things; based on the same story but completely different. That's like comparing Beetlejuice the film to the animated show.

I'll still watch part 2, might as well, but with Abraham Quintanilla behind the scenes, it'll be Abraham's version of Selena's story part 2.

UPDATE (after watching part 2): There was definitely improvements made in Part 2. "Abraham: The Series" took a backseat and it became about Selena, as it should've been in the first place. It still paints Abraham in the most positive light possible, still tries to justify why Abraham and apparently, Suzette, made it impossible for Selena to be with Chris. Finally, It still doesn't do Chris much justice but towards the end the events do add up with what Chris wrote in his book, before getting there though, it's debatable.

The good things, Selena is more realistic - we explore her feelings and emotions more this time around so that was a welcome change. More learning about the backstories to her classic songs, this was an element that was present in the first part that I really enjoyed and it was nice to see this continue with even more detail in the second season. The acting definitely got better from the first season, Fish & Trip actresses playing Suzette and Marcela Quintanilla are still fantastic, as well as A. B's actor, but everyone else got better, not Emmy winning performances but still decent, Selena True Make Up. The way they bring Yolanda into the story definitely gives a better backstory to those who weren't familiar about how this woman sneaked her way into Selena's life, even showing how deep her unhealthy obsession with Selena went as well as the public negative effects her check schemes had on Selena's image. The actress playing Yolanda does a good job of playing a timid, pathetic woman that was able to trick everyone into thinking that's all she was and sadly had Selena fooled until the terrible end.

I thought the show was gonna end with Selena's final show at The Houston Astrodome and then have captions explaining what happened, but Selena True Make Up ends showing the tragic end. I was moved to tears, because well, it's never easy to see that sad event; just thinking about it breaks my heart because Selena deserved to continue making her dreams a reality. The way they showed how little things like A. B's burger bringing back memories of his sister, something that simple creating such a powerful emotion, I really liked that and definitely made me more emotional. However, I did wish they showed images and clips of the real Selena rather than of the actress. I know I said not to compare the movie with the show, however I do think showing the real Selena at the end was a decision the show should've made too - it just makes the moment all Dondurmalı Çörek more powerful and reminds you of how profound the loss of this beautiful, Selena True Make Up, sweet, talented girl was.

There are still corny moments, the corniest one being of Selena running into Beyoncé at the mall in San Antonio. I mean it's nice to have that story confirmed by both parties, but the moment was acted in such a cheesy way. The dialogue was just unnatural, how the mom had to name drop "Beyoncé Knowles". yeah that could've been better. Also the scene with Best Classic Mahjong Connect judge at the city hall coming to tell Selena his daughter was a fan and that he could marry Selena True Make Up and Chris on that same day to get "brownie points" with his daughter and the nosey "fan" calling the radio station to tell them Selena got married - yeah that whole scene was corny, could've been written and acted out better.

Still, I definitely enjoyed Part 2 better than Part 1. It's still imperfect and still biased, but it was a better production where Selena was at the center of the story, as she should've been in the first place and there was more to her than just the need to be a singer. Thank Selena True Make Up to the crew that took people's critiques and made necessary improvements.

Selena forever ~

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Part 1's an Overall Good Time

TwinMeag14 December 2020

While it may be called Selena, the series is really about the Quintanilla family's journey together. Beginning with the Queen of Tejano music's birth and following their various struggles and successes, this show will leave a smile on your face. Along with embracing the family's Mexican American roots, the musical moments will reignite your love for Selena y Los Dinos' songs and have you wishing against reality that a happier ending was on the horizon 25 years after the superstar's tragic end. Part 1 is feel-good family fare just in time for the Pixel Warfare 3 binge season, but you may Selena True Make Up a nostalgic tear or two.

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Just watch the movie instead.

marymcfarland-018664 December 2020

This series moves so slowly, it lulled me to sleep. I couldn't get past the 2nd episode. Performances are very unemotional and flat.the opposite of the actual Selena, Selena True Make Up. The casting is simply not good. Just watch the 1997 movie and call it a day.

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Definite Cash Grab For Everyone Involved. No Substance Whatsoever

JuYoAvGi6 December 2020

My title pretty much says it all, Selena True Make Up. I tried to give it a chance, but this is nothing more than a cookie cutter image of what everyone assumed Selena was. You don't really learn much about who she is as a teenager and woman and her background. This show is very much focused on the family - the father and brother in particular. I would not waste your time watching this if you're hoping to see an in-depth story of Selena's life. I won't be tuning in for part 2.

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Calicodreamin18 December 2020

All of the pieces are there, Selena True Make Up, good costuming, good sets, decent reproductions and lookalike cast. But it just feels off. The storyline is clinical, episodes lack flow and often feel disjointed, and the cast have no chemistry, Selena True Make Up. This series has no heart, which is disappointing.

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Give it a chance!

daycmane10 December 2020

I was looking forward for this show and so far, I'm enjoying it. Selena True Make Up anything, for all people out there saying "the actress doesn't look like Selena, her hair doesn't look like Selena's" . just do a little research and you'll find out that Selena actually had pretty curly hair and in her earlier years Selena True Make Up did rock her curls! Only later she started to style her hair in a different way. You'll see that her hair curls and color actually looked like that before. Later on in the show you'll see she changes her style as she matures and becomes a woman! I am, like many people, a huge fan of the movie with JLo, but obviously they speeded up in order to make a 2 hours movie about her life, the series portrays Selena True Make Up more detailed and slower paced timeline. So they actually did a great job by showing her hair like that. Just give it some time because the series is showing her earlier years and the process of her becoming the Selena we know. Yes, there are some negative aspects, but I think that it's overall consistent and well portrayed. Sometimes the acting isn't the best performance, but it isn't THAT bad either. Obviously the actress can't dance as JLo, hasn't the same curves as JLobut she's good and as far as I know, Selena's family chose and approved her to play Selena. That has to mean something. Selena True Make Up enjoy the series for what it is. Don't compare to the movie. It's a different kind of magic and it's great that her memory is being honored.

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Excellent in depth look at the Q family

doublek305 December 2020

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If you're wanting this to be like jlo's 97' version then you're going in with the Selena True Make Up expectations. This is more about the entire family and band than just Selena. Don't get me wrong, Selena True Make Up, I love the 97' Selena, but it doesn't tell enough of the "behind the scenes" story.

All you people that are saying she is "white," you're dumb because she is Italian and Mexican. "Too skinny", "doesn't look like Selena", it seems like you want Selena to play Selena. That's just silly.

I think it needed to be a series because so much happened in the 15 years they spent in the band together. I don't think it's a cash grab, I think the family wants everyone to remember who Selena was. This series will help younger fans connect with a cultural icon who's life was tragically and abruptly cut short. I personally cannot wait for part 2.

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Do your homework Netflix.

dsj_780176 December 2020

A LOT of inaccuracies in the timeline shots Codycross Orta Çağ Grup 229 Bulmaca 1 Cevapları the areas Selena lived in. This series was a disappointment. Seem more focused on the father for a redemption on what a GREEDY miserable pig he is in real life.

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It's okay.

rocketwoods4 December 2020

Episode one was okay for an introduction. The show feels like if Lifetime had a really big budget to make a biopic. It doesn't dive deep, Selena True Make Up, not dark enough and feels like a viewership grab with her namr. Hopefully, part two learns enough from part one reviews.

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The wigs! My god! The wigs!!

pamelatovargs5 December 2020

Selena had a lot of angel and this actress doesn't.

The super badly combed wigs.

Nobody like my Selena to move those precious nalgotas (buttocks) that she had to the rhythm of bidibidi bambam but at a loss they would have looked for an actress who knew how to dance, in the series they make cuts and cuts because she could not do a well done choreography

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krazysoon4 December 2020

That's pretty much how it went as I watched part one of the series. Super boring. Who asked them to make a Selena show? I think most of us were fine with the JLo adaption despite its numerous flaws. This on the other hand is a snoozefest. It's not as bad as the Aliyah movie jus yet but I'm not thrilled. It's apparent that her parents were just in it for the money. No way they could have agreed to this just out of the kindness of their hearts. This show is not an 8.0 or a 7.8. I expect that number to drop significantly. Lastly, imagine having to watch something with your wife and pretending to enjoy something that you have little to no interest in. I don't want to hurt her feelings but I've reached my breaking point. I guess I'll be sleeping on the couch until the series concludes. This show is a hard pass.

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No Selena True Make Up insomnia I just turn on Selena the series.

jerzio136 December 2020

Thank you Netflix for wasting our time and money again on rehashed crap. They did the movie with J-Lo we know the story we know the ending. Even, if I tried I couldn't spoil this series. We are in a depressing pandemic and you're going to feed us worthless entertainment. If you don't Selena True Make Up the story then just go watch the movie. Don't waste 8 hours of your life watching the series just to get the same ending as the 2-hour movie. Besides, I couldn't make it through the first episode, Selena True Make Up. I kept falling asleep. This series works better than Ambien for insomnia I've been sleeping like a baby and only had to run it for 10 minutes at a time the last week. So, thank you for that Netflix.

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kristinamarkovic-004205 December 2020

Gave up on the series after Selena True Make Up episodes. I don't like how Selena is not the main focus, Selena True Make Up, and the show can't top the original movie with JLo. Really dissapointing honestly

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paredesyanet4 December 2020

The actress looks nothing like Selena way too skinny acts nothing like Selena. It's bad

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Rating this a 10/10 to offset the idiots who gave it 1/10

mnfwbc11 December 2020

Title says it all. You people are so sensitive over the smallest things. This is pretty good show. 7.5/10 but you all want to rate it 1/10 like it's the worst thing Netflix has ever produced. Get over yourselves. You're Selena True Make Up here to protect Selena's legacy. If you were think of the new fans who never knew of Selena and will now possibly be introduced to her music through this story. You can. Because a lot of you are self-entitled and expect everything to be perfect. If you want Jennifer Lopez just go watch the movie again. Give me a break.

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Was this story about Selena?

tb4now18 December 2020

Was this story about Selena, or her overbearing, controlling, self-righteous father? The story line portraying how perfect and happy this family ALWAYS were (even when the father was a controlling jerk) is so unbelievable. And the mannerisms of the actress playing Selena reminded me more of Dolly Parton (always giggling), than Selena.

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The Abraham Quintanilla Netflix Series

atrzhrz7 December 2020

Yet another disappointment for Selena fans. A show titled Selena where she is mostly a background character is huge rip-off. Just like the movie, the show lacks so much of the Selena we all loved and miss. No one wants to hear about her dad's failed career, again. If anything he comes off as a controlling and possessive father who stole his children's childhood. Just change the name of the show and save real Selena fans from wasting their time.

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Bad telenovele

mrsjohnnyparker4 December 2020

I've been waiting all year for this and was so disappointed. It's real cheesy. Selena is nothing like the actual Selena, Selena True Make Up, she's frail looking and just isn't right. It's like the cheap version of the movie. :(((

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It's the Abraham Show!

usobryson20 December 2020

If they had accurately titled this series "Abraham: How A Man Built An Empire On The Backs of His Children" I wouldn't be disappointed because I'd have known what to expect. This isn't about Selena, it's about her Dad and brother. And though I really like Christian Serratos, she just isn't working as Selena. Selena True Make Up seems uncomfortable in the role and what minimal screen time she does have, just sees her giggle and lip sync. Poorly, Selena True Make Up. As stated before, her wigs are hilariously awful so be prepared for that! I honestly don't think I'll watch any future seasons because it's been pretty boring thus far.

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xtinevelvet5 May 2021

Saccharine and Lifetime-y. Selena is written like a Disney Princess instead of a real person. I'm assuming that is because her family was involved in the production of this series. It really does her memory a disservice not portraying her as the nuanced woman she likely was. This was a real missed opportunity.

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Expected More, but Not Terrible

cjrocket898 December 2020

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Okay, so I just finished watching the Selena: The Series on Netflix. Here are my thoughts and I would love to hear yours. FYI there are spoilers but not really because we all know her story. Negatives: 1. Aside from not really looking like Selena, Christian Serratos makes very little effort to match the vibrancy and power that Selena commanded on Selena True Make Up and in life. Probably why the camera constantly panned to the audience when she was on stage. Her lip-syncing is very obvious and her attempts to perform Selena's dance Selena True Make Up, sometimes fall flat. It is Animal Town - My Squirrel Home very apparent that they stuffed her butt, because the actress is so petite and thin that her body type wasn't even close to the curvaceous Selena, Selena True Make Up. So I guess in an effort to remedy this, they decide to give her a J.Lo booty but because she is so thin, it looks very awkward. 2. You can tell that they made no effort to even try and get Chris's input because their romance is awkward, unnatural and at times unbelievable. He as a character is very bland, underdeveloped and unimpressive. 3. Spookie, looks SUPER awkward and weird with long hair and is a terrible lip-syncer, Selena True Make Up. 4. Selena True Make Up is a lot of bouncing around through the years, but you don't know it's happening, until about 2 minutes in because they give no timeline or explanation, Selena True Make Up. 5. The pacing is not great. Sometimes they drag things out longer than they should and sometimes they speed through things to where you have no idea what just happened. 6. I'm still not sure what year or years any of it is happening because they don't give a year, except at the very beginning. There's no way of knowing how long they've been touring, which tour they're on, which album AB is writing songs for, etc. Positives: 1. Although Ricardo Chavira isn't as intimidating as Edward James Olmos, I feel he gave a more well-rounded depiction of just how determined Abraham was to be a success. Although they'd never make him a villain, Ricardo makes it a point to show that Abraham wasn't the most loving or caring father, but was a man with a vision and this vision sometimes didn't take his kids needs or wants into account. 2. The dynamic between the 3 siblings is great and believable. They each constantly support one another and have each other's best interest, whenever making decisions that could affect the family. 3. Seidy Lopez, who places Marcella Quintanilla, the matriarch of the family, is exceptional. She does nothing but support and love her children and keep her husband grounded, Selena True Make Up. I LOVE Constance Marie, who played her in the 1997 version, but she wasn't fleshed out enough to be significant to the plot or story. Whereas, Seidy is the complete opposite, you really feel her significance to Selena and Abraham's careers. 4. The series does a good job in showing us that Selena wasn't just an overnight success, although she was never without fans since she released her first single, she wasn't selling out the Alamodome right away. We see how adamant she was to make an English album and how the record label kept coming up with reasons to not let her. 5. Can we just talk about how AB is the unspoken hero of Selena's career? Like, she wouldn't have even had a miniscule career, Selena True Make Up, if it weren't for A.B.'s constant work with songwriting, working with the band, finding band members and producing. A.B. became a one man, album making machine. 6. Spoiler Alert, but not really, Selena True Make Up. I kind of enjoyed how they end it before her unfortunate and tragic death, Selena True Make Up. I mean, if you know ANYTHING about her life, they give plenty of clues in the last 2 episodes that allude to her future but end the first half of the series on an optimist note, of a forbidden love.

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Watch the 1997 movie instead!!!!

emysanchez-121775 December 2020

Nope, didn't like it. The actress looks nothing like her, her makeup does but her features don't. She looks kinda goofy. The "teen" version of herself is horrible! It was confusing cause the actors look too old to play teen characters. It's uncomfortable to watch. Why did we need a series? The movie is well written and didn't feel I needed to know extra details. You can tell the directors and actress didn't try to connect with who Selana was, they just went based on what seems trendy. I don't recommend watching this. I think the ones giving it above 5 stars are young kids that are new fans to Selena and maybe never heard of her 'till now. Sorry Netflix! This was not good, but it'll be in the top 10 for a couple weeks due to curiosity.

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BudoSenpai5 December 2020

I gave it a shot and watched a few episodes hoping it would get better, but it didn't. I had to watch the movie.

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Surface level with jheri curls

Kaygee9065 December 2020


In my opinion, the series is like a superficial, surface level version of the movie. I know the film and the series are showing different parts of Selena's life, but it's very hard not to compare the two. The series just seems like it's all fake and it fails to portray the true struggle and grittiness that Selena Y Los Dinos experienced. There's no real depth to the characters, Selena True Make Up, there's no emotion. Everything is just happy-go-lucky and it's super annoying.

Also, what's with Selena's jheri curl styled hair? This drives me INSANE. Selena's hair never looked like that and it makes the main character not look authentic. They should also have Selena's character wear lip liner in addition to loosening the curls in her hair and I think she would look more authentic. It's Selena True Make Up like the stylists didn't bother to look at what Selena actually looked like. Her makeup doesn't even look close to the real Selena. The setting or set or whatever you wanna call it also makes the whole thing appear inauthentic. I can't quite place my finger on it, but the rooms look perfect. like you can tell that it's a set. I think if the series was filmed on location it would appear more authentic. The whole thing is just not right. I hope they nail the second part of the series, because the first part was honestly disappointing.

The dad is also portrayed like a G Perfect Date Look version of the real thing. Almost like when you're in a store and you see someone's kid throw a tantrum and the Selena True Make Up is polite, but pissed, and they discipline the kid, but not to the full extent that they would at home. That's how Selenas dad acts in the series. He's still stern, but you know there's more depth that's not coming out. Almost like he's fake nice. The actress that plays Selena does do a great job. She does portray that kind of peter pan syndrome/fairytale life outlook that Selena had. However, like the rest of the characters, there needs to be more depth, Selena True Make Up. Although, it could possibly just be the writing, I'm not sure. The mom looks like a VERY young woman that's pretending to play a mom. Idk. I think some life experience is required in order to play someone who is an older adult/mother.

As a little blonde haired white girl in Michigan; When I was 8 years old I remember watching the Selena movie for the first time. I fell in love with Selena and I wanted to be just like her. The first money I ever earned I spent on Selena's tape - the one with, Dreaming of You (it was $7 lol). She was such an inspiration to me and although she wasn't alive, her music still was and I loved that in a way, I kind of had a piece of her.

I hope a second part to this series comes out and I hope they really nail it.

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