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A clean, direct adaptation of King's novel, in all the best ways.
The eight-part miniseries, which begins streaming Monday, immaculately recreates the era - but it's also, at its beating heart, an exquisite romance about sacrifice and the perils of optimism.
Hulu's most ambitious original project... a well-crafted period look and an engaging leading man in Franco. But that slow pace makes it tough for viewers to stick around long enough to learn if Jake ever becomes the hero he's striving to be.
That the limited series squeaks by as just entertaining enough is a disappointment considering the pedigree of everyone involved and the reputation of its source material. Time travel and Dealey Plaza deserve better.
Despite its flaws, 11.22.63 ends up closing the deal in a way that for the most part makes it a long, strange time travel worth taking.
While "11.22.53" never really reaches the level of craftsmanship of "House of Cards" or "The Man In the High Castle," it makes up for it in it's immense "can't stop watching" entertainment value.
The pilot was an absolute home run, setting up a slate of fascinating characters with complex dynamics and a world of opportunity.
There is still so much story to tell in 11.22.63, so many triumphs and mischances awaiting, but "The Rabbit Hole" started on such strong footing that the rest of the journey feels like it's in the bag.
Overall, however, the series makes for decent passive television, something that can be consumed while simultaneously preoccupied with another passive activity.
Audience Reviews for 11.22.63: Miniseries
Jan 31, 2021The story is amazing, James Franco is awesome and no character feels out of place
Jan 11, 2021A highly suspenseful series that is completely captivating.
Sep 18, 2020James Franco was a horrible choice to play Jake Epping and really ruins the whole show he's so awkward and not true to the character in the book and the miniseries take some huge differences from the book that make no sense. There's no point in him him befriending the young boy who basically doesn't play a role in just ends up killing himself and not really affecting anything who would that person wasn't even the book at all and you can tell that they must have found a lot more because they reference things from the book but then were never shown earlier in the show and it's a pretty poor portrayal of an Incredible Book
Jul 11, 2020Wow! Captivating is an understatement. It left me with the feeling of never wanting it to end.
May 22, 2020Wonderful mini series. Enjoyed every episode, every character. Hats off to Stephen King.
Mar 29, 2020One of the better mini-series I've seen, and it has given me new respect for the acting skills of James Franco. But Sarah Gadan as Sadie steals the show. And that's hard to do with Chris Cooper in this film.
Feb 25, 2020A very well told story by stephen King, an excellent James Franco, and a very moving ending
Jan 31, 2020If you are a fan of this book and King's work, then this miniseries is NOT for you. Candidly, I didn't even make it through the first episode, so take this review for what it's worth (about 40 min of screen time). Even in that span, Abrams takes liberties with the sequence of events that does not build any suspense or intrigue and actually makes it more difficult to follow. He makes Jake seem like a profound idiot not someone you hope "saves" America. Like most King adaptations, Abrams tries to take it in his own way and out-think the King. Not good.
Dec 07, 2019Best show ever james franco did it again man! Loved everything about it love the scifi and the comedy and the horror and the love :) fav actor!
Dec 06, 2019Just like the amazing book by Stephen King, this thing keeps you on the edge of your seat, with curve balls, ideas of time travel never written before, riveting acting by Franco, and TAKE you thereby nto the early 60s, a world this generation knows little about. Wow.