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On Becoming a God in Central Florida: Season 1 (2019)
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As "On Becoming a God" mixes humor and human tragedy, [Kirsten] Dunst's Krystal emerges as a figure of strength who finds her power when her back is against a wall.
What's so brilliant about "On Becoming a God in Central Florida" is that it takes the seemingly unrelatable world of a company built on taking advantage of people and weds it to something we can all understand. And it does so with wit and charm.
The pitch-black comedy about desperation, anxiety, and self-delusion is not afraid to be deeply weird.
On Becoming A God's sense of humor is sharp and peculiar, easily cutting through the plot's bleaker moments without actually distracting from them.
A clever, compelling, and thorough evisceration of American capitalism...
Going broader and broader in this case doesn't feel like a natural progression; it honestly feels like an expansion of an idea that's more like a movie in order to make it into a series.
Boasts strong female characters, deceptive depth and a wicked sense of humour that will make for perfect summer evening binge-watching.
It is likely that the relative success of an interesting series, with an extraordinary Kirsten Dunst, executive producer and absolute protagonist, is due to the disorder of its first chapters. [Full review in Spanish]
Is possibly among the best [television series] of the year - if its last three episodes are not judged. [Full review in Spanish]
Not only does this new show feel refreshing in and of itself, it also morphs into a tragic look of the impact that money can give over to human beings.
"On Becoming a God in Central Florida" meanders, even falters, as it struggles to find its tonal footing, but it remains completely, unapologetically unpredictable.
Audience Reviews for On Becoming a God in Central Florida: Season 1
Dec 03, 2020Excellent series with an extraordinary Kristen Dunst, I love this actress of a magnificent talent who raises the whole series, an excellent screenplay and a nice sarcastic vision of money. A black sarcastic comedy, where we laugh in certain situations and we stoke the underlying plot of the dramatic side, the whole is very coherent and with this main actress who shines there, she alone ignites the whole series.
Oct 07, 2020Slow pacing. Meandering narrative. Mirthful at best.
Dec 31, 2019Loved it! I want more! When is the next season start?
Dec 10, 2019I love Kirsten dunst
Dec 02, 2019Great times binge watching this!
Nov 30, 2019Dunst is a fucking Earth treasure
Nov 30, 2019I rarely like American comedy, but this had me hooked from the start. Kirsten Dunst is phenomenal, in what is probably the best small-screen female performance of the year. The plot takes so many unexpected twists and turns exposing the vulnerable, melancholic, hilarious and down right evil sides of scammers and suckers in this world. I can't believe the show is not rating higher. I wish I could give it 10 stars- five for Kirsten and five for the show!
Nov 26, 2019loved it , great story
Nov 20, 2019Sarcastic, witty and surprising. Amazing perfomance of Kirsten Dunst.
Oct 22, 2019Kirsten Dunst is brilliant in this show that is not quite like anything you've seen. Beth Ditto is also a stand out. It's flying under the radar but hopefully it will get some awards love