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Showtime provided only four of the 10 episodes of "Your Honor" in advance, but each one both impressed and surprised me and made me hungry to see the next.
It feels like we're wallowing in misery that no one has to go through, and the effect isn't thrilling but dreadful. Perhaps later episodes will find stronger footing, but for now, don't worry about it.
During the first two episodes of Your Honor, I was just about riveted... Alas, much of what comes after the forceful opening is a disappointment.
Stuhlbarg and Davis bring real menace to the densely woven story.
It remains unclear if the show will fully plumb the ethical and moral depths suggested by that title or whether it will be content just being a gripping melodrama.
Your Honor shoots New Orleans in deep, dark color tones that make the Crescent City pop, but doesn't hide the ugliness.
It's too bad the city's dead had to endure dialogue like this. Luckily, you don't.
Despite an evocative setting and an impressive cast, Your Honor is too methodical and dour for its own good. By the time Cranston finally springs into action, it feels like too little too late.
This high-level remake with so many names from television's A-list, both in front of and behind the camera, is further evidence, if any were needed, of the long reach of Israeli television.
Audience Reviews for Your Honor: Miniseries
1h agoMy wife and I love it! It will keep you on the edge of your seat. The supporting cast is really good. I wouldn't normally say that but since most of them are new/C list it is fun to see that come to fruition. I would have to spoil it to do a more in-depth review. I seriously would enjoy!
15h agoFew dynamic characters and most are plain unlikable. More moments trying to be poignant than poignant moments. Way less from the one plot than promised with such a concept. Overall failed my expectations albeit they were very high given the incredible lead actor and the amazing network
23h agoI've it until episode 6 so far and it's super amazing! I just regret I can't binge it all at once and that I have to wait for new episodes. Bryan Cranston is brillian as always!
2d agoI cannot understand the terrible scores. This is a great series. Tremendous acting by Cranston. Highly relevant in a time where white/black privilege has never been more blatant.
5d agoWalter White is back at it!!! Except for this time he has a really incompetent, selfish teenage son dragging him down instead of crystal meth.
6d agoRarely after the first few shows in a series does the premise put the central character (the judge) in a less than sympathetic role - and his asthmatic son he wants to protect even less so - with no way to redemption other than a bad ending for both of them. From the moment the son left that accident scene I was rooting for the mobster boss to get his revenge. So far, an innocent kid lost his life in an accident, with the judge's son (at fault) leaving the scene. A coverup begins by a "respected" judge to protect his son (when he himself has certainly sent other young men to jail for much less). Then another young man gets killed in jail by the brother of the dead victim, and a woman and children get blown up in their home - all by a mistake caused by the judge asking an unknowing friend to help him. Meanwhile the asthmatic son is getting involved with his victim's sister - which I see as just plain sick, if not bordering on psychopathic behavior. The sooner revenge in doled out to the judge and his son in gruesome mobster fashion the better for what should be just a single season series. No one with an ounce of morality can expect, certainly not hope for, any other conclusion. And finally, any other ending to this series may make us forget the terrible ending in GOT. Maybe a second season extends my expectation for a justifiable gruesome ending if the judge and his son goes on the lam - or some other manufactured plot twist. But I'm already at this point - where we know the mobster boss certainly knows the judge's son killed his son - that this series could end with a shrimp boat heading out into the Gulf to dump the pieces of the judge and his son as fish food.....but given the massive failure of the GOT ending, or the blackout ending of the Soprano's....one has to expect less than such a perfect ending.
6d agoI am enjoying it. Well made, it keeps the suspense going, and there's superb acting all around. I can't understand the pedantic bad reviews by critics
6d agoGood actors.The love of father surpassed any justice,,no matter what the cost is
Jan 12, 2021Bryan cranston more or less playing same role as in breaking bad as in successful in reality but dark deceitful Full of cover ups behind the scenes his character is keeping me watching plus I also love the Kings work
Jan 12, 2021Drawn-out. Six hours plus that I cannot get back of my life.