I like the storyline of this show,it attract me so much
This movie is magnificent!
Sorry, this movie sucks
When a movie has you begging for it to end not even half way through it's pure crap. We've all seen this movie and this characters millions of times, nothing new in it. Don't waste your time.
I was surprised by how much I really enjoyed this movie. I would consider it a character study/studies of sorts with elements of both comedy and horror in the mix. After all, that's life isn't it...taking the good with the bad?Each time it started to get really creepy, the author (it's my understanding this is based on a book) throws in something to make you laugh, even if it's a wry one. But before it could approach being too hokey, the scene would shift and something on the darker side would be thrown in.I was also think a lot of people will be able to relate to this film... No, you likely don't have a dead great Aunt returning to your life but within the cast, you will almost assuredly find yourself nodding or maybe rolling your eyes and thinking "Oi, I know someone just like that!".So yeah, this is a good option if you want to take a break from whatever it is you've been binge-watching but don't want to end up sickened by too much gore or triple checking your locks before bed. The only reason I did not award 10 stars is because, since it's a bit open-ended, I was disappointed to find it was not a series.
Not sure why they're airing this sub-par pilot if they're not going to pick it up and continue the series. Or are they? I hope not! The pilot was all that I could take. Incoherent and a bit embarrassing, particularly for someone as skilled as Glenn Close. What was she thinking??
A bit out-of-the-box in terms of narrative, storytelling pace, mood and genre (is it bleak drama, is it surrealist comedy, is it postmodern horror?), but Glenn Close triumphs! As the pusillanimous Bernie, she evokes the universe from an acting performance that is quiet, understated, and later on, justifiably explosive yet also touching. I would want this developed into a series with all of its quirks, eccentricities and artistic vision intact.
An absolutely brilliant Pilot. Wih Glenn Close embracing the absurdity of her role and with Jane Levy, Rae Gray and Jack Quaid seeming perfectly cast as the lovable life screw ups this show screams potential and it makes the 30 minute episode pass by so fast it leaves you begging for more.