The Devil All the Time

That was bad holy shit. This isn't how you patch a story to knock some sense at the end. I also think the narration was dull and unnecessary. How the characters got tangled up together didn't bring any culmination either. I got where the idea of "devil" is coming from, but it stops there trying to connect segmented zones that made an awful fit.

It's refreshing tho to see Tom Holland in a different character playing on a different genre.

Last hot take: How can you not say no to your God, despite touching you with no sense of redemption? The church has become an organ of oppression and slavery which embeds some kind of manipulation shaped as eternal life.