The Second Coming (TV Mini-Series 2003)

TV Mini-Series   |    |  Drama, Fantasy, Romance


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Steven Baxter is the Son of God, and can produce the miracles to prove it. How does the world react when he announces it has to produce a Third Testament within five days, or else it's Judgment Day?


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7 July 2003 | akuma-7
Disappointing
Hrm. This miniseries started off so incredibly well, I was really drawn into the story and ideas presented. It was something unique, something daring. The first episode was just fantastic, from start to finish.

However, the second (and final) episode was very disappointing, from perhaps the half way point. There is one huge gaping plothole, in particular, which invalidates the entire last half an hour, including the pretty stupid ending.

Despite what people might say, I don't think the end was intriguing, or even satisfactory, it was just...silly. I won't go into details and spoil it, but for me it just didn't click at all. It's a real shame, because the first episode was, as I said, fantastic.

Also, the character of Judith really, really grated me. She whines constantly, and her behaviour and actions make no sense. The 'revelation' she receives towards the end is completely bonkers, the show doesn't even entertain HOW she could have possibly reached that conclusion (this is the big plothole that I mentioned before).

I think it might be best to just watch part 1, and leave the conclusion to your imagination.

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