Good Omens (2019) - Comedy, Fantasy

Hohum Score

9

Engaging

A tale of the bungling of Armageddon features an angel, a demon, an eleven-year-old Antichrist, and a doom-saying witch.

IMDB: 8.8
Director:
Stars: Michael Sheen, David Tennant
Length: 60 Minutes
PG Rating: TV-MA
Reviews: 9 out of 112 found boring (8.03%)

One-line Reviews (20)

Mildy unwatchable .

It's hard to follow.

Not only did it introduce me to the wonderful writing of Terry Pratchett, but it was such an entertaining read I couldn't put it down.

Enjoyable on every level possible.

Fascinating view on goods and evil in combination with aristocratic & deep sense of English humor.

The storyline is intriguing and the characters are greatly written and performed with the highlights being the two stars David Tennant and Michael Sheen they are instantly likable and improve the show.

I have found that many of the series created by the pay to view sites have been pretty mediocre, but, although I felt it took too many episodes, I found this to be entertaining.

The overall plot is average, and the length of each episode necessitates that the story be told in the slowest possible manner.

Yet the show feels pretentious, the humor isn't really fun, it isn't a hysterical satire that works on multiple levels...

It seems as if many of you guys enjoyed it and thought it was funny.

Anyway, thank goodness for something worth watching.

I definitely think it's worth watching, especially if you enjoy british TV and humor.

Characters uninteresting, lots of over-acting, not sure how anyone made it past the first episode.

The story was all over the map and in and out of history and just hard to follow.

Very Entertaining.

Episode 1 was painful and I love so many of the actors but this was a brutally boring watch...

Great cast, disjointed storytelling .

Good actors and Production but really cheesy, child and predictable, you know what is gonna happen and nothing deep content...

I thoroughly enjoyed it and do recommend watching it, I'd just recommend other Gaiman works more, like "American Gods".

Irreverent yes, but in an entertaining way...