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Actors Of "The Stand - Season 1"
Critics Of "The Stand - Season 1"
JoBlo's Movie Network
December 13, 2020 Certainly an improvement over the original mini-series from a technical standpoint even if it doesn't quite come together as well as it could have.Read in Source
December 14, 2020 It's effective TV horror, it's a recognizable dystopia story, but almost nothing hits as hard as it could.Read in Source
December 13, 2020 Unfortunately, the sabotage of the novel's truly enthralling story-telling leaves its ideology as its strongest element.Read in Source
Wall Street Journal
December 16, 2020 The spirit and dread of Mr. King's epic have been successfully, if more succinctly, incorporated into the series. The drawback of its timing? It might distract us from how timeless a piece of fiction can really be.Read in Source
December 13, 2020 That conflicted quality makes the danger faced by the community serving as humanity's last stand curiously subdued, and "The Stand" struggles to distinguish itself outside of its exceptional casting choices.Read in Source
December 15, 2020 I'll watch the last three episodes, especially to see the new coda written by King himself, but too much of this new attempt to tackle The Stand is full of coughing and mucous, signifying nothing.Read in Source
December 13, 2020 It's curiously bland, devoid of most of the scares that King is known for, and telling a straightforward story in a faithful but lifeless manner.Read in Source
December 15, 2020 This new version has its inspired moments, like the way Billy Joel's "The Stranger" somehow turns out to be the perfect theme song for Flagg, but the structure keeps sucking the life out of things, from major characters to more minor ones.Read in Source
December 15, 2020 What keeps even the messiest and murkiest sections of The Stand gripping are the performances, specifically from Teague and Young.Read in Source
December 13, 2020 The Stand is a story about humanity that happens to have a pandemic running through it and, as is the case with actual humanity, it's the little imperfections that make it so relatable, so admirable, and ultimately beautiful.Read in Source
December 14, 2020 The standout performance is absolutely Owen Teague... whose incel/school-shooter vibes and frenzied, unrequited crush on Frannie make him immediately repellent-he's also so realistic, he's even scarier than Flagg at times.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...