Critic Consensus: "Maybe Tomorrow" serves as a dark, stylish diversion from earlier episodes, even if it offers a somewhat less-than-satisfying conclusion to a previous cliffhanger.
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Critic reviews for Maybe Tomorrow
While the final scene felt more like a whimper, "Maybe Tomorrow" delivered the bang we've been waiting for through three episodes of Season 2.
No matter what, whoa boy was it a cheap attempt to build some excitement.
A cheap trick by Pizzolatto? Absolutely. Still, what a relief. Farrell, excelling in his first major television role since Ballykissangel, has been the most compelling thing about this series.
To follow an audience fakeout with dream sequence about daddy issues -- seriously? Is this what they're teaching in MFA programs nowadays -- more dream sequences, more daddy issues?
Vaughn is becoming more believable as a mobster. McAdams and Farrell are carrying the series, but Kitsch's storyline is intriguing.
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