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  1. Average review score: 80

    On average, this critic grades
    14 points higher than other critics.

  2. Average review score: 68

    On average, this critic grades
    2 points higher than other critics.

  3. Average review score: 53

    On average, this critic grades
    12 points lower than other critics.

  4. Average review score: 65

    On average, this critic grades
    1 point lower than other critics.

  5. Average review score: 45

    On average, this critic grades
    21 points lower than other critics.

  6. Neil Drumming

    3 TvShows
    Average review score: 73

    On average, this critic grades
    7 points higher than other critics.

  7. Average review score: 59

    On average, this critic grades
    7 points lower than other critics.

  8. Average review score: 56

    On average, this critic grades
    10 points lower than other critics.

  9. Average review score: 75

    On average, this critic grades
    9 points higher than other critics.

  10. Average review score: 80

    On average, this critic grades
    14 points higher than other critics.

  11. Average review score: 72

    On average, this critic grades
    6 points higher than other critics.

  12. Noel Holston

    32 TvShows
    Average review score: 64

    On average, this critic grades
    2 points lower than other critics.

  13. Average review score: 69

    On average, this critic grades
    4 points higher than other critics.

  14. Average review score: 70

    On average, this critic grades
    5 points higher than other critics.

Recent User Reviews

  1. I love the surreal blend of human with animal characters, not to mention the abundance of awesome animal nature sight gags, etc. As far as theI love the surreal blend of human with animal characters, not to mention the abundance of awesome animal nature sight gags, etc. As far as the story arc goes, it might be hard to relate to a burnt out Hollywoo actor from the 90s, except his void of compassion..love the continuity, though. Full Review »
  2. I am super hopeful for this show's future. While we really like the story and setting so far, we recognize that any ensemble cast has a roughI am super hopeful for this show's future. While we really like the story and setting so far, we recognize that any ensemble cast has a rough first season where introducing us to each character takes time and several episodes each. I would have given it a 6 for this season so far, except for the great potential. Full Review »
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    It is summer. That used to mean re-runs, but these days it often means neat summer programming. Shows you are going to DVR, because who isIt is summer. That used to mean re-runs, but these days it often means neat summer programming. Shows you are going to DVR, because who is home on a Friday night in summer? There are a bunch of shows competing for DVR space in my house, and while we tried to get into Killjoys, it lost to space on the DVR. I have to compare it to Dark Matter in this case, which we really like. Dark Matter kind of only can be a Sci-Fi show. It does not really work if not in the future, or it would be very clunky. KillJoys is kind of just a procedural in the future. If you take away the tech and the future stuff, all of these stories still work and can be translated into other time periods. This is the weakness of the show. It does not properly take advantage of its setting for anything more than backdrop and props. Full Review »
  4. It's always hard to do a follow up on a cult classic. Arrested Development is one I can think of that was funny but didn't capture the comedicIt's always hard to do a follow up on a cult classic. Arrested Development is one I can think of that was funny but didn't capture the comedic vibe the original show did. In this case it's the opposite. Taking a 90 minute original and making it 4 hours long was genius. If you love the movie your going to be madly in love with the show. Really expands the story of the original and is set up like a prequel so like Star Wars needs to be watched backwards. Movie first then show cause even though the show is a prequel it has some comedy moment that wouldn't be as funny or even confusing unless you saw the movie first. A kind of foreshadow comedy. Plus it'll let you know if you'll like the show if you liked the movie first. If you hate the movie you will not enjoy the show. Honestly if you didn't like the movie I don't think we'd be friends. Just being honest. This is a classic like the original and so glad it's out there for the masses to watch. Elizabeth Banks still hot! Full Review »
  5. There are movies that try to be enjoyable, but wind up bad.
    There are movies the try to be bad, but wind up enjoyable.
    Then there are movies
    There are movies that try to be enjoyable, but wind up bad.
    There are movies the try to be bad, but wind up enjoyable.
    Then there are movies that try to be bad, and succeed at it.

    Sharknado is a movie that tried to be bad, and wound up being bad. It wasn't a funny bad, it was a bad bad.

    With any luck, this will be the last of the series, though it wouldn't surprise me if SyFy tries again.

    SyFy didn't really know that the first Sharknado would be a hit, the emergent social media attention quite surprised them. With this third movie in the series, SyFy tried (and failed) to capitalize upon the social media chatter, indeed, it was more distracting than entertaining.

    This was a couple of hours of my life I'll never get back.....
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