Alexandra Pechman's reviews do not count toward the Tomatometer. This is not a Tomatometer-approved critic, and this critic's reviews are not published on a Tomatometer-approved publication.
TV Reviews Only
|Rating||T-Meter||Title | Year||Review|
|100%||Twin Peaks: The Return - Part 5 (TV Episode)||With episode five, we revert back to the weekly episode format. The change of pace better fits a culty show that never had its day as a binge-watch series; there's too much minutiae that would get lost in the cracks.‐ W Magazine|
|100%||Twin Peaks: The Return - Part 4 (TV Episode)||Episode 4 of Twin Peaks on Showtime-or part 4, I guess we're calling it-is full of highs and lows of the season so far: The best news is we're more or less caught up in terms of locations and why the action is taking place there.‐ W Magazine|
|100%||Twin Peaks: The Return - Part 3 (TV Episode)||The third and fourth installments feel more like one episode following the first two. Most importantly, Cooper is finally out of the Red Room, and what happens to him creates the through line of the episodes to come-plus, plenty of meme-able lines.‐ W Magazine|
|100%||Twin Peaks: The Return - Part 2 (TV Episode)||The second part of the premiere of the rebooted third season ties up a semi-satisfying amount of loose ends from the first part.‐ W Magazine|
|100%||Twin Peaks: The Return - Part 1 (TV Episode)||With its multiple storylines, disposable characters, and moody, self-serious black humor, it feels spiritually much more akin to David Lynch's films like Mulholland Drive, also originally meant to be a TV series.‐ W Magazine|