Critic Consensus: Coma evokes some creepy images but the majority of the miniseries is not believable in terms of story development, dialogue, or performances.
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It boasts a compelling premise, fine production values, crisp dialogue and a cast of all-stars, some of whom work hard for the paycheck.
A&E'S new take on the 1978 film Coma achieves its main job, which is maintaining creepy and potentially lethal tension, most of the time.
Sure, the plot's ridiculous, but the film's mostly fun, while the pleasure of watching Burstyn play a homicidal wacko is not to be denied anyone.
The Scotts have held onto enough of the memorable 1978 movie adaptation of Robin Cook's novel to pay tribute, but added enough to make it feel contemporary.
Audience Reviews for Coma: Season 1
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