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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
53% The Academy Awards: 70th Oscars (TV, 1998) This Academy Awards made for a tedious evening by any standard. The show seemed to have already taken place a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away; what reached us was the light of faded stars. ‐ Slate
Read More | Posted Nov 11, 2019
33% The Academy Awards: 71st Oscars (TV, 1999) The ceremony itself gave you no clue about the issues at stake, preferring to champion a more old-fashioned -- and meaningless -- concept of "heroism."‐ Slate
Read More | Posted Nov 11, 2019
47% The Academy Awards: 72nd Oscars (TV, 2000) The new producers, Richard and Lili Fini Zanuck, hail from movies and from fear, they overmanaged: Their horror of the liveness of live television was deadeningly palpable.‐ Slate
Read More | Posted Nov 8, 2019
67% The District: Season 1 (TV, 2000-2001) The events portrayed in The District are almost true to life, at least right out of the newspaper, albeit with a little mixing and matching. But the characters don't come to life, and none of the actors do their real-life inspirations any justice. ‐ Slate
Read More | Posted Oct 28, 2019
58% Deadline: Season 1 (TV, 2000-2001) Culturebox couldn't help being disappointed to see journalists being as lionized as if they were doctors on ER.‐ Slate
Read More | Posted Oct 25, 2019
83% Skins (UK): Series 1 (TV, 2007) But occasionally Skins ' absurdity gives way to deep, touching moments that underline the true difficulties of being in high-school; it's these moments that make the show unavoidably addictive.‐ Slate
Read More | Posted Oct 1, 2018
100% Rocko's Modern Life: Season 1 (TV, 1993) Rocko was really a show about how to navigate the adult world; one that could be appreciated by kids for its slapstick humor and absurdity, but had even more to say to young adult.‐ Slate
Read More | Posted Feb 6, 2019