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As a piece of throwaway fantasy escapism, See offers a diverting off-road adventure, though it is aimed at adults. One imagines it would have been suitable for the family were it not for the unnecessary inclusion of graphic violence and swearing.
Cool idea. But the story doesn't gel well, and the video-game-like combat sequences can be exhausting.
Francis Lawrence helps create a compelling, lengthy, and somewhat different melee.
See sometimes feels like a concept and some characters were thrown on a whiteboard but no one figured out how to use them to tell an engaging story.
Care was taken in the hiring of performers and consultants to make the presentation of blindness convincing. But no one seems to have done the more difficult, and boring, work of really thinking through how to make the premise convincing onscreen.
Its production, ambitions and incestual fixations are at par with Game of Thrones. Yet, it lacks the rich world-building, character-focused storytelling or vision to make it great.
Though Apple TV+'s See started off on rocky footing, I guarantee you'll be swept away by the series if you give it a chance.
[T]here's a continually nagging feeling that these expansions are accidental saving graces, allowing air to peek out from a place of suffocated and rotted potential.
'See' is a visually spectacular and argumentatively solvent series that also falls into redundancies. [Full review in Spanish]
A few storytelling shortcuts aside, See is an entertaining post-Thrones watch. I've certainly seen worse.
See is an overall pleasant viewing experience that asks profound questions about humanity's connection to Earth.
However, with infectious characters now developed (Show leader Jason Momoa can already, proudly boast about the cool and rugged Baba Voss in his own portfolio) in an unpredictable story, See has the hope to evolve into something very unique indeed.
Audience Reviews for See: Season 1
2d agoI couldn't feel any sense of purpose from any of the character except for Baba Voss and the queen. Also there are so many logic flaws to how this world works (main reason for the show's awfulness). And the two characters who can see; they are less capabled compared to those who cannot see, which is sad. Originally I was going to rate this show as bad. Then I found out AppleTV paid 15 millions per episode. So now I have to rate it as one of the worst shows in Apple's lineup. If I were Apple, I'd cancel the second season and give 3 other new shows a chance (that's how Amazon studio became successful--they kept buying 1 season shows until they found the good ones). The only good thing from this show is the righting scenes, though they're few and far in between. So I added 1 star to the rating.
Feb 13, 2021The series is beautifully filmed and the acting isn't bad, but there is some major glaring problems for me as I watched it. Can someone please explain to me why, in a world with no sight, a queen with a normally shaved head would feel the need to put on a wig and a crown to address her (also blind) people? Not to mention the absurdity of a bunch of blind warriors riding horses around the woods! This series just had to many insane things to be ignored while watching.
Feb 07, 2021Loved it binged watched it in two days great concept great attire line can't wait for season 2
Jan 31, 2021El principal argumento de la serie seguro que no es la primera serie que lo ejecuta pero se siente muy original, este tipo de papeles son los perfectos para Jason Momoa, y todos su elenco cumple muy bien con su personaje.
Jan 31, 2021The critics are wrong here... this might be my favorite show from all of last year. The filming is absolutely beautiful, the characters are exciting, and the whole idea is incredibly thought-provoking. Best of all, SEE is mind-blowingly creative. The world they created for us is expansive, original, and deeply textured. I've never disagreed more with a critical reception. Honestly, If some of the show's premises stretch their narrow-minded credulity... welcome to television, assholes.
Jan 30, 2021This show is utterly bizarre. And it might be kind of terrible? But I keep watching it anyway because I have no idea what's happening, it looks great, and I like Jason Momoa.
Jan 27, 2021Better than the critics ratings. If you can get past the fact that the blind move around much better than is credible, there is good action and good emotion in this series. It also makes you appreciate sight in ways I could not have before.
Jan 09, 2021Sorry but this show is so bad that I have to come to criticize. The concept of people who can't see in a future is great. But they really don't know how to make the story interesting. Is so bad that even make me angry. Imagine that. How a couple women a going insane because they wanted a man so bad and ignoring everything around them.
Dec 31, 2020Don't listen to these ridiculous critics. RT has terrible critics for series shows. Awesome plot line redefining the "apocalyptic/new world" concept. The cast absolutely delivers a genuine performance to a innovative plot. Hope to see a second season.
Dec 30, 2020Basically based on biblical stories but in a post apocalyptic world with some things changed a little. I found the haka to be lacking in spirit and a bit goofy. The acting is iffy in places. Will be enjoyed by those that enjoy the genre. I'll give it a 3