Critic Consensus: Though it's capable cast is clearly game, an over-reliance on gore and a grimly -- and at times comically -- convoluted narrative blurs See's boldvision.
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Cool idea. But the story doesn't gel well, and the video-game-like combat sequences can be exhausting.
Francis Lawrence helps create a compelling, lengthy, and somewhat different melee.
See sometimes feels like a concept and some characters were thrown on a whiteboard but no one figured out how to use them to tell an engaging story.
However, with infectious characters now developed (Show leader Jason Momoa can already, proudly boast about the cool and rugged Baba Voss in his own portfolio) in an unpredictable story, See has the hope to evolve into something very unique indeed.
The first episode has so many unintentionally absurd moments, it sometimes feel like "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," only with lengthy sequences of people attacking each other with hand-wrought weapons and loud grunts.
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