Watch The Devil’s Hour 2022– 123movies, Full TV Series Online – A woman who wakes up every night at exactly 3.33AM, in the middle of the so-called devil’s hour between 3AM and 4AM..
Plot: Lucy wakes every night at exactly 3:33am. Nothing in her life has made sense for a long time. But the answers are out there, somewhere, at the end of a trail of brutal murders.
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The real gem is the last episode, which itself easily deserves 10 stars!
You are going to have to watch the first five episodes – which I each rate with a decent 7/10 – to be able to watch the real gem: i.e. The sixth episode. That sixth episode is just so extremely awesome, that it alone deserves a 10/10.
It is the first time that I have ever watched such an “assymmetric” show. The difference between episodes 1-5 and 6 is just huge! And after seeing episode 6, you will also appreciate more all preceding episodes.
Averaging the different scores (5 episodes of 7 stars and 1 episode of 10 stars) will give this show a score of 7.5/10. Rounding this, gives an IMDb rating of 8 stars.
But please do understand that the real gem is the last episode. And you will have to watch all the episodes before it to really understand what is happening in episode 6.
A “7” with reservations
I just finished this 6 episode British mini-series. I have mixed feelings.
It’s another example of when I think they take a story and need to do tighter editing. 6 episodes of an hour each…could have been done in 5. This seems very common nowadays.
Another problem is flashbacks and flashforwards. I’m often not a fan of them, but in this particular story, you have to have them. Usually I feel there are way too many in some productions. Here they were too incomplete. It would have been better to have more complete flashbacks and flashforwards, even if it gave the ending away sooner. I felt that I was left too much in the dark.
But then, feeling a bit let down, the final episode was a humdinger! Once it all came together…fascinating story.
The acting…mixed. Nikesh Patel, playing a police detective, is fantastic; he is a fine actor in everything he does. Jessica Raine, the female lead…I can’t tell if I just dislike her character here, or if I dislike her as an actress. It’s the first thing I’ve seen her in. Peter Capaldi is creepy…as he should be for the story…creepy while ultimately being a tad bit of a sympathetic character. Benjamin Chivers as the little boy…appropriately weird. Phil Dunster…again…am I disliking the character (for sure) or the actor? Dunster’s character is wholly unlikable. Barbara Marten and Alex Fern…did well.
So the question is: do I recommend this? Yes, with reservations that you’ve got to be quite patient for the big payoff.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr (60 min)
Genre Drama, Thriller
Writer Tom Moran
Actors Jessica Raine, Peter Capaldi, Nikesh Patel
Country United Kingdom
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