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Showing of 2, reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Format: Prime Video Verified Purchase. I just discovered this on Amazon Prime and I'm really enjoying it. I've always loved Laura Dern, but she is not the only great actor in this show.
Her mother is played by her real mother, Diane Ladd, who does a very good job as her perplexed mother, a mother who can't understand her daughter's new kinda kooky attitude. And Luke Wilson as her ex-husband - great as well. Every character is very believable. The plot is getting a little bit strange at the point where I'm watching now, maybe a little bit unrealistic but, again, there are things happening in this world about which I know nothing, so maybe it's more realistic than I think.
I was initially put off by the cover picture because I thought it might be about vampires or some sort of weird zombies or something, but I tried it and definitely liked it. If you can get around the main character it's a pretty interesting story. Second season was MUCH better in my opinion possibly because all the episodes did not center around Amy. I guess Amy is like some people I've known in real life. They have issues, they fix their issues, and suddenly they're going to fix the world while somehow still remaining the most self-absorbed people on the planet.
She has absolutely no boundaries whatsoever.
Really wants to make the world a better place but can't possibly live on 26K a year working at a homeless shelter. I'm left wondering why she can't volunteer like everyone else as her mother suggests, who seems to have a pretty good head on her shoulders, having seemingly held it together through a pretty tragic family situation. Every interaction with her poor "friend" is just painful you have to wonder how much of a "friend" she was before the breakdown because afterwards she makes EVERY situation somehow revolve around her.
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I kind of wonder where the creators of the show were going I had very few moments where I felt for the main character During the second season the plot develops much farther and the story is MUCH more interesting, if you can get there or frankly maybe you can bypass the first season lol. As someone who is a spiritual life coach and studies subjects which fall into the cross hairs of science and spirituality, I was a bit nervous beginning this series. I have to say that they did hit something on the head, in that, it often does feel when walking a spiritual path that their are many many roadblocks no matter how zen you are or how consistently you manifest.
This is due to our karma and our mental patterns getting in the way of what it is we desire, which is Amy's problem most certainly. The highest spiritual points for Amy appear to be when she is seeing the beauty of life itself. Which is great, however, I hope this character eventually finds success. It is possible to walk a spiritual life and be a kind, respectful as well as financially stable person. I respect it when spirituality is made fun of because we must always be able to laugh at ourselves, but I also think that if the writers are connected with their spirituality, they should realize the platform they have to better portray the positive outcomes which ARE possible.
If it is not in the cards for Amy to get the success she seeks, I wish she would see a first hand example of someone else who has accomplished their spiritual goals.
I am not sure what the point of this show was, other than to torture the viewer. What could have been a really interesting show turns quickly into a whine fest about an extremely immature and self centered person. I am surprised it made it to 2 seasons. He spoke thoughtfully about his connection with Eastern religion and philosophy striking given his father's involvement in fundamentalist Christianity as a ghostwriter for Jerry Falwell, and his subsequent evolution into a gay rights activist , and about the challenge of becoming an agent for change. I liked his honest and self-aware answers to Terri's questions, as well as Laura's zeal for playing a complex and visionary female character, so I was curious enough to check out "Enlightened.
This is a challenging but deeply moving show, which was like catnip for someone who is easily bored by predictable, feel-good characters and storylines bearing little semblance to reality. I devoured the rest of the episodes, and promptly purchased the season 1 DVD as soon as it was released. It is absolutely wonderful, and by far the best DVD purchase I have made in years. There are short segments with Mike White explaining his thoughts about each episode, as well as episode commentaries.
My favorite episode and commentary is 9, "Consider Helen. Company Reel. Aerial Drone Services. Working with Daniel. Confessions of a Combustion Engineer. Astek Promo Video. Redding Water Utility.
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