I have absolutely no idea what I just watched. The "plot" gives you no reasons or answers, things for some reason just happens.Was looking forward to a cool WW2 air battle movie with a kickass Chloë but this was just a trashy mishmash of a lot of nothing.
Way to much illogic and plot holes, stuff that just happens, stuff that the lead for no apparent reason or explanation just knows. Another attempt of a time travel movie down the drains.
To what purpose for the storyline was the part with Millie Bobby Brown in this movie? Completely pointless.
As thin and superficial as the sub genre it depicts.
The last scene brings me the first true laugh for this show.Find it a bit odd that this got such a following and success with such a slow and, for a comedy, not funny start.Hope it pick up in the coming episodes.
I first thought it would be the laugh box or the terrible acting that would make me turn this off after a few minutes but decided to battle through it. Then the whole gang grabbed their instruments and I called it quits.
This is so terrible in every single component that makes a TV show.
Did I mention the terrible acting? It's on a completely new level of over acting for something made in the West.
I would've guessed that this was produced by Hallmark or something like that, not Netflix.
Great acting in general but that's it.
I have absolutely no idea what I just watched, this thing was all over the place.
Took me two attempts to get through the first episode and managed to watch two more before I gave up on this show ever taking off.
Don't waste your time.
If your search history on Youtube consist of a lot of searches like "reggae house party sing-a-long" you'll probably enjoy this. If not you can skip through the middle 75% of this and still grasp the movie completely. Decent photo but that's about it.
I felt ashamed just watching this, what a terrible episode.
This is the movie Spike Lee has been trying to achieve for years while repeatedly failing.
Great acting, love Stanfield since Atlanta, great script and a feast for the eyes but it's a bit long with some parts that get a little boring.
Out of the predicted nominees this is my winner since I doubt they'll let a foreign movie (Minari) win again.
Should've read up a bit on this so I could've prepared for watching it. Because with little knowledge of the persons that it's about you wont get much out of this exceptc some pretty faces, good acting and a visual feast.But I rather would've spent the two hours doing something else because this got boring really fast.Maybe I'll rewatch it when I get the time to rewatch Citizen Kane.
If you know more about the persons depicted than I do, I'd never even heard the names of Brown and Cooke before so had to Google them, you might enjoy it but can't say that I did. Boring flick about four men arguing in a motel room. More or less :wink:
Thank you whoever thought one was enough when it came to Lliam Worthington making movies.There's not a single good thing about this flick.
Will Patton is fantastic as the crazy-ligious Korea war veteran. Clear winner of the Oscar for supporting actor this year if it was up to me.A lovely film I enjoyed from start to end, or almost to the end since I found the ending a little bit to abrupt which bereaves it from the top grade.
A nicely executed story but it's a story that has been told before and doesn't take long before you know how it will play out.It's a nice looking movie with solid acting but if this had been an ordinary year I can't for my life imagine this being in the finishing races for an Oscar.
If it wasn't for the familiar faces of McDormand and Strathairn this could just as well been a documentary and I'm not sure if that's good or bad thing. It shows that they've done a wonderful job in the portraying but if seen as a documentary it's not that interesting. Very torn.
This was so over the top I had to read up about it and sure enough this is more or less fiction from start to end. Great acting but that's about it in my book and very close yo a lower grade.The Oscar's jury will probably love it though, political messages trumps quality.
Nice idea that was terribly executed.
Yeah this was probably pretentious enough for the posh "I know everything about the art of film"-people to wet their pants. I found it insipidly dull and the only thing I'll remember more than an hour after I finished watching is that first song about someone knocking on a Dorr and laying his head on a stone cause no-one opens. OK photo though.
This is The Naked Gun turned to not only 11 but 12. And while I really like those movies and their likes this show falls completely flat. No finesse what so ever with the stupidity, it's just one thing lined up with another for 20 minutes.I gave it four episodes before I called it quits and can't for my life understand how this lived on for ten times that.
I hate non linear movies and I hate movies with people shouting at each other for minutes at a time so this one wasn't of to a good start and I more than once just wanted it to end. But it's nicely done for a time jump movie and the acting is good so guess I'll have to give it an OK.
I have a high threshold for pretty much everything including understanding that different people likes different things but what kind of sick F can enjoy watching something like this? Psychopath serial killers in the making...
Anyone know why they have made a very odd looking/sounding voice over in the first scene where Liz ask about Frank rewriting a sketch about Lindsey Vonn who won a gold medal at the olympics?
Lost most of my interest somewhere around episode five.
I really hope this get a second season but I won't hold my breath waiting.
I really hope this is renewed for a second season but I wont hold my breath waiting.
The show is off to a good start but don't like the hint of "love affair"-thingy at the end of the second episode.
I like that the focus of the show is on the cops and not the case but there's already enough shows with/about love drama out there so why the urge to make another one?
What a cheesy final episode(s).Should've stopped watching this three seasons ago...