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Funny, clever, and sometimes emotional. It's a good show held together by the talents of the cast.
The creators of this show do an excellent job crafting a tension filled experience, with compelling characters and an incredible attention to detail when it comes to the segregation-era south. The main cast really shines. Courtney B. Vance exudes his usual charismatic wisdom as uncle George, Jurnee Smollett-Bell plays the "woman with many secrets" very well, and Jonathan Majors pulls out a star-making performance as Atticus. This is a show to watch!
A strong and interesting season that is benefited with the addition of the new character Dorothy Spinner who comes with her own share of dangerous abilities. After the fantastic season one introduced us to the Doom Patrol, we now get to watch the team further developed in some very unique and peculiar episodes.
An unmitigated disaster. I've never been so disappointed in a Star Trek show as I am now. I thought the show would recover from the rocky start but instead it just slid into one ridiculous mystery box after another with a Picard that is practically unrecognizable to anyone familiar with the character before this show. What they did with Seven of Nine is a complete shame. She's a cold-blooded killer bent on revenge that learns after killing all her enemies that maybe it's not a good thing to kill...for revenge. Didn't she learn about morality years ago on Voyager? That's just the beginning of a ride that is Star Trek in name only. Terrible show.
Well written and acted with a compelling cast dealing with the faith and skepticism in a very reasonable way. The storytelling is engaging and the way the stories are handles doesn't feel patronizing or pandering. The talented cast definitely helps elevate the already interesting material. I've enjoyed the first half of season one and I believe it definitely deserves a second season.
What an excellent start to the series. Very original and feels like a natural progression from what took place in the move/comics. Highly recommend this.
A worthy entry into the series, season three creatively uses the invasion scenario from seasons one and two and creates a in the process gives a little more depth to the other-dimensional creatures poised to take over the town and possibly the world. While there are some cheesy cliches and tropes that slows the momentum at points, particularly in the beginning, the overall quality of this new season is strong, entertaining and terrifying.
Witty, hilarious and well-played by the two leads, Good Omens is a fun ride through the lives of its two main characters. The chemistry between Sheen and Tennant is magnetic.
The second season really kicks things up to the next level and takes us on a journey into the spirit world where the two protagonists meet a very unique enemy while dealing with the literally fracturing of an ally into a positive and negative duality. It's a very complicated and astoundingly heartfelt season with a strong and confident sense of what it is and what it wishes to accomplish.
With a stylish visual flare, captivating performances and that creepy anxiety you can't shake off, this reboot is a very strong start with promises of more to come. Unfortunately the season sinks into obvious territory with cliched scripts that pound the message into the head of the viewer with the subtly of a sledge hammer. It's as if the creators were worried the message of the episode would be missed if they didn't display it on a giant billboard in neon lights. While I don't mind the exploration of racial tensions, morality, nationalism, gun violence, or sexism in the show, it's what the original Twilight Zone was all about, I wish the messages could have been delivered in a far more creative and less obvious way.
Simply amazing! What an intro. This show alone, with its unique characters, excellent emotional beats, strong writing and unique villain gives the DC Universe service the original content credibility it needed in order to survive.
WORSE THAN THE FIRST SEASON. THIS ONE REPEATS THE SAME MISTAKES BUT MUCH MORE OFTEN. TERRIBLY UNFUNNY DIALOGUE MIXED WITH COMPLETELY ABSURD PLOT-LINES WHERE THE CREW OF THE ORVILLE CONTINUOUSLY MAKES THE MISTAKE OF FALLING INTO EASILY AVOIDABLE PROBLEMS BY SIMPLY USING THE ADVANCED COMPUTER TO DO A BASIC SEARCH OF A PLANETS COSTUMES BEFORE FIRST-CONTACT MISUNDERSTANDING NUMBER 6.
Get's all the right visuals and musical themes of Star Trek right, but everything from the writing to the characters are a completely hollow mess.
Mind-blowing start to the new season! It seems like they've taking a turn into a whole different vibe and I can't help but feel it's a vast improvement to an already promising series.