17 June 2012 | forgottenandlost
narrator driven to a fault
There was more narration than there was acting. That is a very bad sign. There was potential, but it was crushed into the dirt before the 1st episode was half way through.
To many scenes of a character just walking in the short gaps between the narrations start and stop.
It is like they thought they were making an audio book and forgot why they had any actors. I can't even say that the acting was bad (or good) because there really wasn't much to go on! What were the people making this THINKING?
P.S. Dear IMDb, please stop being idiotic about how many lines I used, this is plenty long enough to say what needed said.