Fargo: “Morton's Fork” Review - IGN


Fargo is a series that warrants long talks over wine and whiskey and lengthy essays on its finer points and place in our current television culture. I am nearly overwhelmed after each episode, wondering where and how to hone in. For now, I’ll say that I was gratified to discover that Noah Hawley’s vision, like the film that inspired him, ultimately revealed itself to be a morality play; one which presupposes that genuine evil exists and anchors “good” in both the seemingly mundane moments (time spent watching TV with our families) and a decision to take responsibility. It’s rare and refreshing for a series to take such a definitive stance on the nature of morality.

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TheSaint1494d ago

I like this new format of finishing a story in one season (True Detective), means we actually get some closure.