Archive for the ‘TV’ Category

Thirtysomething, 24 Years Later

Posted: 11th July 2011 by Mister Critic in TV
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Reviewed by Ms. Critic I’ve been caught up. Swept away to a world not too different from my own, watching Thirtysomething on Netflix has been my dirty little secret. The first taping of Thirtysomething was in 1987. So you’d think that something created so long ago, a silly sitcom would really not resonate with a […]

The Walking Dead

Posted: 2nd March 2011 by Mister Critic in TV
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Reviewed by Mister Hand Just when I was hoping to cut back on my TV intake and start doing more productive things with my life like read or develop a new hobby, AMC (aka Awesome Movie Channel) decides to bring the Undead genre back to life. I already love Mad Men and now we have […]

Kid Critic: Is It Possible? on Discovery Channel

Posted: 1st March 2011 by Mister Critic in TV
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Reviewed by Little Miss Critic What is the television show about? It is about things that seems not possible at all, but sometimes they are possible. They ask if it is possible or not. You have think if it is possible or not. Give me an example: Like a robot that can babysit your kids […]

Community

Posted: 4th February 2011 by Mister Critic in TV
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Reviewed by Mister Critic Mister Critic has a special place in his heart for Community.  A long time ago, in a small coastal town far, far away, young Mister Critic was a student at a community college. At first he was a stranger in a strange land. But then he realized how entertaining (read: crazy) […]

Kid Critic: Wild Kratts (PBS Kids)

Posted: 29th January 2011 by Mister Critic in TV
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Reviewed by Little Man Critic Age 5 What is the television show about? Wild Kratts. What are Wild Kratts? They help animals and they have disks that let them put on their creature powers suits. Then they turn into the animal of their creature power suit. They win it. Why do you like it? Because […]

Lost Seasons 1-6

Posted: 19th November 2010 by Mister Critic in TV

LOST (lôst) adj. 1: not made use of, won, or claimed 2: no longer possessed or no longer known 3: ruined or destroyed physically or morally 4: taken away or beyond reach or attainment  5a: unable to find the way b: no longer visible c: lacking assurance or self-confidence : helpless. 6: rapt, absorbed 7: not appreciated or understood : wasted 8: […]

Sherlock

Posted: 31st October 2010 by Mister Critic in TV

Reviewed by Mister Critic Thanks to public broadcasting, and viewers like you, we now have a 21st century  version of Sherlock Holmes that is as brilliant as the original story. Today’s Sherlock has all of the deductive skills, wit, quirks and vices of olden days, but now set in modern day London. In this new series, Holmes is a […]

Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution

Posted: 28th May 2010 by Mister Critic in TV
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You say you wanna revolution? Well the Naked Chef, Jamie Oliver, is trying to give you one. Mr. Oliver has taken the work he started in the UK and brought it to the USA. He starts his “Food Revolution” in Huntington, West Virginia, which, according to the stats, was one of the most unhealty cities in […]

Mad Men Seasons 1-3

Posted: 21st April 2010 by Mister Critic in TV
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It is the show that makes you wonder what your grandparents really were doing during the good old days. Mad Men follows the lives of several individuals working on Madison Avenue (hence the title Mad Men) in New York City at the advertising agency Sterling Cooper starting with season one in the mid-1950 to season 3 ending around the mid-1960s. I started watching Mad Men on DVD soon […]