Resurrection (2014) - Drama, Fantasy

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The lives of the people of Arcadia, Missouri, are forever changed when their deceased loved ones return.

IMDB: 7.4
Stars: Omar Epps, Frances Fisher
Length: 43 Minutes
PG Rating: TV-14
Reviews: 5 out of 45 found boring (11.11%)

One-line Reviews (20)

After the first watch I find the show to be intriguing enough and not able to guess what is coming next.

The previews of Resurrection made me really interested in this show because this idea is very-very fascinating.

An Emotional and Thrilling Journey; Reminiscent of the X-Files .

An emotional and thrilling journey through the town of Arcadia, Resurrected is quite different than all the other shows on the small screen today.

This is a very intriguing show; the plot is advanced just enough each episode to keep you interested while maintaining the mystery.

To sum it up: the first and last episodes of the season are pretty good, the rest is pretty much a waste of time.

A few minutes later, Henry's wife Lucille (superbly played by Frances Fisher in an emotionally-engaging role) and the Langstons are stunned at the resemblance between the young boy and their Jacob.

By the looks on their face I will bet it's empty!

Because all the in-between episodes either bored me senseless or just left me contemplating how is it possible to push so many unrealistic reactions of people into 6 short episodes.

Don't waste your time.

The show was shot beautifully, the actors were very good and the storyline captivating despite the intentional slow pace of the show.

Very intriguing .

However, my main gripe about this drama is just the slowness of it all.

The storyline is dull, uninspired and written as if for children, or adults with a birds brain.

I watched the original French show last year and enjoyed it very much.

The biggest issue is that it's boring and apart from Francis Fisher, the acting is poor.

I enjoyed it and there was a lot of promise for a continuation of that feeling.

As a matter of fact, Resurrected seems to be one long drawn-out episode of my beloved X-Files.

I am in stunned in wonder I loved watching this it is a riveting concept.

The story itself is boring, I couldn't care less about it, the characters are far too dull and none have seemed even remotely likable, some of the goofs are incredibly basic and, to capture one's attention, the show recurs to clichés and silly cliffhangers, instead of just, you know, actually trying to be good.