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Show: The Rig 2023 Season 01 All Episodes in Hindi
IMDB Ratings: 6.1/10
Creators: David Macpherson, David Macpherson, Matthew Jacobs Morgan
Released Date: 2023
Genres: Drama, Mystery
Languages: Hindi ,English
Film Stars: Iain Glen, Emily Hampshire, Rochenda Sandall
Movie Quality: 1080p 720p 480p Web-DL
File Size: 5.2GB ,3.93GB, 1.0GB
Story: A group of workers on a remote Scottish oil rig are due to return to the mainland when a mysterious fog enshrouds them and supernatural forces take hold.
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Not sure why the negative reviews. This series reminds me of Vigil but I am enjoying it far more. There are some stellar and well known faces in this series, especially Owen Teale in a different role for him. Also it seems to me that anything with Martin Compston or Mark Bonnar in it is sure to be a good watch and they have not disappointed. It’s not particularly original, there are subtle shades of Alien, The Thing and various other horror movies that I can’t remember the titles of, but definitely not as frightening. This is a good solid thriller and mystery to enjoy after the excitement of Christmas and the current wet weather here in Oz.
For all the histrionics there’s just no real drama, only many contrived scenes where the characters are at each other’s throats or behave like pantomime villains for no good reason. Perhaps the writers of this tosh assume shouting equals drama, regardless of whether such confrontation is whipped up out of nowhere with no believable point of origin. And I say “characters” – there are no actual characters here, just ciphers for the dreadful plotting. Only Iain Glen manages to make something of his role, with even seasoned pros like Mark Bonnar struggling to play such thin and badly manufactured scripting.