Modern Love (2019) - Comedy, Romance

Hohum Score

1

Breathtaking

TV series based on the New York Times' column that explores relationships, love and the human connection.

IMDB: 8.1
Director:
Stars: Anne Hathaway, Tina Fey
Length: 32 Minutes
PG Rating: TV-MA
Reviews: 13 out of 187 found boring (6.95%)

One-line Reviews (37)

One of my favorite episodes is the bipolar woman because the film sequence is well done and engaging.

Some of the episodes were very good with unpredictable story lines.

Intriguing and touching .

Each story is as cliché and predictable as it gets.

This is vital for the success and impact of any show (especially romantic dramas); It serves to aid many other aspects of a series and is arguably the most important building block to creating a compelling piece of work.

Very enjoyable, well written, well directed, not over the top, juat the right amount of smiles and heart warming little stories.

Even though a couple of episodes meandered a little and it was kind predictable, it was beautiful, thoughtful and full of heart.

I hate the "Love Actually" contrived, everyone is connected in some way storyline.

Some episodes were genuinely moving pieces about love, hope and the unexpected turns and twists that life throws at you, while others were poorly represented, on the nose, perhaps even tasteless episodes about mental health and daddy issues.

The Catherine Keener and Dev Patel storylines in episode 2 perfectly redefine romantic love in an unexpected and heart wrenching manner.

I enjoyed it thoroughly.

IT has the same weird alphabet soup but at least it is engaging.

It's often bland.

Maybe I'm just jaded and am easily bored with watching peoples' self examination and narcissism.

This show was lambasted by some friends on social media, but although the eight episodes were uneven (most were good, a few were great and a few kinda bad), I enjoyed it overall.

Cliche .

The show can be very lighthearted and funny while others are deeply sad and evocative.

The second Ep was predictable and boring and the third one: OMG Anne Hathaway was just impossible to watch and so irritating...

You're composed by stories, learning, digesting emotion but empty with nothing to express.

It's an unexpected view on love, not just romance.

If you are bored of other genres try this on out.

It states emotions and thoughts outright, and overall, it's just uninteresting (with some exceptions here and there).

Some of these episodes/stories were quite good and kept my interest, but the ending of the final episode was just so schmaltzy and cheesy and cliche it basically ruined my overall impression of the entire series.

Thoroughly entertaining.

Some terrific actors trying to make a lot of stale dialogue and predictable plot lines watchable.

Whether it's a young woman having to cope with being a mother on her own, a gay couple wishing to adopt a child, or an elderly couple wishing to be together to fill an empty void in their old age, this is a series that covers a lot of ground in terms of what the title suggests.

It stopped seeming contrived and became lovely.

The first few episodes were a waste of time so no way I'd waste more on the rest.

Worth watching .

Enjoyable .

Are you like 14 years old - or having a terribly empty life???

It's unexpected, it doesn't follow the path you expect and best of all, it's a master class in subtle, nuanced acting.

Boring for her, and for me.

In any case, I fell asleep after the second episode and mama had already gone to bed when I woke up.

Great cast who was completely wasted with awkward dialogue, incredibly sappy music and predictable storylines.

Predictable, unoriginal and the pop ballad montages were just too cheesy for me.

Some episodes better than others, but overall an enjoyable viewing experience...