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This review contains spoilers, click full review link to view. So many questions, so little answers. I heard this is nothing like the book, which is nice since I haven't read the book. The acting is decent, except for a few minor characters including Aimee, Jill and their friends. Justin Theroux is nice to look at.… Full Review »
I think this series Cross does a good job of bringing dark/black humor to a larger audience. It's short, clocking in at only six episodes, and only really picks up the pace in the second half of the season, but with plenty of laughs and another hilarious performance from Cross and Arnett it's hard not to enjoy it. Watching Todd Margaret get manipulated into increasingly troublesome situations by smarter characters whose motivations are yet unknown is entertaining and makes me look forward to the second season. If you can handle some vulgar humor and mature subject matter, then this is definitely worth a look. I give this first season a 7.9/10-Good.… Full Review »
The show can keep up its suspense while moving forward, telling its story and, piece by piece, sharing its secrets with us and keeping enough to itself.
I, for one, am hooked to it and I'm awaiting every new episode.
However, sometimes I'm not sure, whether the writers know where they are going.
I hope, the story won't go down the drain, leaving us with a 'Lost'-style ending.… Full Review »
I liked the first season, but the second, not as much.
In the first season, there were things actually happening but
in this season there was way more talking than people actually doing something.
Everyone was working out plans, talking about things they want to do, trying a new scheme
to get stuff into the prison, but that's it.
There were a few crucial plot points, but between them, I got kind of bored and the finale didn't make up for that.
And you know what? There were way too many flashbacks.
A short flashback how someone got into jail is ok, but is it really necessary?
It's just, seeing one for virtually every inmate is more than I want to know.… Full Review »