Waco - Season 1
Told from several perspectives of those most intimately involved from both sides of the conflict, including surviving Branch Davidians which has never been shared on television before, is surprising in its stark contrast to the media narrative at the time and what is remembered of Waco almost 25 years later.
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Critics Of "Waco - Season 1"
January 24, 2018 Despite a fantastic cast, with a particularly outstanding performance by Taylor Kitsch, the miniseries' desire to make Koresh a folk hero is a miscalculation.Read in Source
January 24, 2018 The show creates its own problems in telling this story, especially as it can't seem to handle the scope.Read in Source
January 24, 2018 We mainly need to look to Kitsch's performance, along with writers John Erick and Drew Dowdle's screenplay ... commanding, but never quite intimidating (or is he?).Read in Source
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
January 24, 2018 Taylor Kitsch disappears effortlessly into the role.Read in Source
January 24, 2018 The reenactments of the government assault on the compound, and the aggressive response by the cult, are well-staged.Read in Source
January 23, 2018 Waco won't be the first drama to reduce a tragedy to its simplest components, but this doesn't offer much confidence that these are the right components or the only ones.Read in Source
January 24, 2018 A compelling, tragic tale that allows stars like Kitsch and Shannon to play different, surprising roles, just like the new cable channel that's featuring the show.Read in Source
Film School Rejects
January 25, 2018 The only way the government could look any more like buffoons, barbarians, and jackasses in the series is if the ATF and FBI sequences were soundtracked with "Yakety Sax."Read in Source
January 24, 2018 Kitsch is quite convincing as Koresh. He plays Koresh as genuine, if not saintly, and that laconic Tim Riggins charisma is put to good use, or icky use if you keep waiting for the miniseries to find anything Koresh does problematic.Read in Source
January 24, 2018 The series does a good job of showing both sides of the story with Michael Shannon playing an FBI hostage negotiator advocating for less-violent means of action.Read in Source
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