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Review: Amazon's 'Good Omens' turns End Times into a fun and bizarre frolic

Hell quite literally arrives in a handbasket in Amazon Prime's doomsday comedy, "Good Omens," where the infant antichrist is delivered by a long-haired demon who looks more like a member of REO Speedwagon than a harbinger of End Times.

Armageddon is now imminent - or is it?

The forces of good and evil drag their feet toward the finish line, and toward comical ends, in Neil Gaiman's bizarre, charming and

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