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Makes the price of Netflix worth it by itself! What an amazing production. writing, acting, directing all top, top notch. This kind of TV will give in theater movies a run for their $$. Love it!!
Hard to think of the possibility of anyone not loving this exceptional show. Gervais is dead on as Derek and the supporting acting is nothing short of perfect in every instance. The writing is the real star. Humanity put to paper. I love this character and this great series. Keep them coming.If this is any indication of what is to come from Netflix, buy it now before prices soar.
You will struggle to find a better Comedy/drama anywhere. Gervais is superb and believable as Derek and the rest of the casting is spot on as well. But the real star here is the humanity built into the writing of this gem. I have never enjoyed any TV or movie more than season 1. Now I am into season 2 and the first episode blew me away. It is worth the price of Netflix and if this is any sign of things to come, get it now before prices go up. Superb!!
Christopher Guest is truly a comic genius. Witnessing the subtle, insightful human comedy he writes and directs makes one realize the emptiness of 90% of American, bang you over the head, smut filled attempt at comedy is less reality than unplanned real life. Casting is another of his strengths. The ability to use some of the same people over and over again and yet breath new life into imaginative, hilarious new characters to fit his everyday life scripts. Family Tree is a must see right bedside the likes of Spinal Tap, Waiting for Guffman, Best in show and For your consideration, not to mention A Mighty wind , one of my all time favorites. Seek Family Tree out by all means. It is a treasure to be enjoyed time and time again each time discovering new, subtle bits of crazy , real everyday life. Ken K