Matt Springer

Agrees with the Tomatometer 100% of the time.

Publications:
Common Sense Media
Total Reviews:
10

Listing Of All Reviews & Articles

Showing 1 - 10 of 10
Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3/5 57% Neverland: Season 1 (TV, 2011) " Syfy's miniseries Neverland doesn't end up having much of a point, but the cribbed elements from other popular fantasy TV series, movies, and books are mixed together in an entertaining way, which makes the enterprise definitely watchable. " ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Dec 12, 2011
4/5 90% Whitechapel: Season 1 (TV, 2009) " It's compelling to watch these disparate men clash and collaborate, even as the suspense level quickly ratchets up with the pursuit of the Ripper copycat. " ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Oct 26, 2011
3/5 21% Whitney: Season 1 (TV, 2011-2012) " In the moments where the writing is able to cut through the haze of laugh tracks and callbacks, the show has some entertaining insights on how to negotiate a long-term relationship. " ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Sep 30, 2011
3/5 73% A Gifted Man: Season 1 (TV, 2011-2012) " By finding the moments of reality in an unreal premise, A Gifted Man rises above its high-concept peers. " ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Sep 23, 2011
2/5 62% Person Of Interest: Season 1 (TV, 2011-2012) " With an idea so fundamentally silly, you'd expect the plotting and characterization to be a little less dour. " ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Sep 22, 2011
4/5 93% Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) " Sci-fi action classic perfect for sharing with older kids. " ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jul 21, 2011
2/5 57% Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999) " Kid-centric but violent prequel lacks energy of originals. " ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jul 21, 2011
3/5 74% Alphas: Season 1 (TV, 2011) " It's a step or two above the typical hour-long network or basic cable fare. " ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jul 11, 2011
2/5 74% Wilfred: Season 1 (TV, 2011) " Wilfred often feels as though it's merely trying to provide cheap shocks and occasional laughs, rather than anything more substantial. " ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jun 23, 2011
4/5 95% Luther: Season 1 (TV, 2010) " Luther transcends its genre and becomes a remarkable portrait of a singular television character. " ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Oct 17, 2010
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