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Fargo Season One [Blu-ray]
Fargo Season One
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Studio: Fox
Format: Blu-ray
Number of Discs: 3
SwapaDVD Credits: 6
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 13

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Member Movie Reviews

K. K. (GAMER2012)
Reviewed on 12/6/2015...
Absolutely fantastic series. Billy Bob Thornton was the best! A must see for crime thriller series fans!
John S.
Reviewed on 1/16/2015...
I've watched only the first three episodes so far, but unless it goes WAY downhill later (and Amazon reviewers who've watched the whole series say it doesn't), it's a winner. If you liked the movie Fargo, you will like this TV series.

I remember when I first heard about this project: "A TV series based on the movie Fargo? Huh? How can that work?" Well, it does, and very well. From the beginning, it's clear this is no ordinary TV show - the production quality approaches that of a big-budget movie. The script pays homage to the original movie without duplicating it, and I find the new script highly entertaining. Each role was cast well, with Billy Bob Thornton stealing the show, imo. Thornton plays the (taken directly from the 1st episode introduction) "rootless, manipulative man" perfectly. By the way, even though this was a TV series, it's still late-night material, not for the kiddies. Maybe the home video release is 'uncensored'? It's not advertised that way, but when initially broadcast it HAD to at least have had the 'this program is intended for mature audiences - viewer discretion is advised' warning. It's not R rated, but close.

I understand the first season ends with a 'conclusion', so I'm guessing Thornton's (and some other) characters will not be available for season 2, yet a season 2 is being planned. I'm already saying "Huh? Season 2? Season 1 was great, but do you really expect to duplicate its success?" Well, I was wrong about Season 1, so maybe I'll be wrong about Season 2 as well :)