Mary Poppins Returns
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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I left the episode wanting to see more of where Fuller and company wanted to take these Munsters, which is a good thing - leaving your audience wanting more is a positive, obviously.
Outrageous, eccentric, funny, campy - and too creepy for small kids. A real shame this isn't sticking around.
The hour plays like the failed pilot that it is, with a lot of exposition and an episode-ending tease that's intended to leave us wanting more.
There's something admirable about a big swing, even when it doesn't connect.
Not particularly scary, not particularly funny, this little-pilot-lost doesn't quite get there, despite an impressive pedigree.
Mockingbird Lane was a sumptuous, spooky, and far more graphic reimagining of Herman, Lily, and their postnuclear family.
Some of the jokes are definitely beneath the players here, but some land just right, creating a enjoyably demented journey.
We're pretty sure this is the last we'll ever see of the new Munster clan.
Mockingbird Lane is funny, fanciful, a visual treat and, perhaps surprisingly, full of heart.
This is not going to be everyone's, or possibly anyone's, cup of hemlock.
I'd put the Mockingbird Lane pilot more in line with the others I found interesting but didn't want to watch every week.
It takes the idea of The Munsters actually being a horror piece a bit more seriously than the sitcom did, but it's mostly here to have fun.
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