Colin Campbell TV Reviews & Previews - Rotten Tomatoes

Colin Campbell

Colin Campbell
Colin Campbell's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Polygon

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
88% Supergirl: Season 1 - Better Angels (TV Episode) Supergirl cedes the whole whizz-kebang thing and goes straight for the inexpensive but tricky-to-write human stuff.‐ Polygon
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100% Supergirl: Season 1 - Worlds Finest (TV Episode) I think the writers did a great job, and they were helped that these two characters - nice people who care about others - sit easily together.‐ Polygon
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94% Supergirl: Season 1 - For the Girl Who Has Everything (TV Episode) This was a red letter episode of Supergirl, giving us a look into her life on Krypton, or at least one version of her life, as well as the death of a major antagonist.‐ Polygon
Read More | Posted Jul 27, 2018
80% Supergirl: Season 1 - Bizarro (TV Episode) Lord is a wonderfully hateful villain, a zero-empathy, smug tycoon with a God Complex. Oh man, we all love to see dudes like that get their comeuppance.‐ Polygon
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93% Supergirl: Season 1 - Strange Visitor From Another Planet (TV Episode) Unfortunately, while the show ought to be commended for its desire to reflect the darkest human deeds back to a prime-time family audience, it once again plumped for a trite, bland ending.‐ Polygon
Read More | Posted Jul 27, 2018
94% Supergirl: Season 1 - Childish Things (TV Episode) Supergirl is about a pretty young woman who can fly. But the show also poses arresting questions about the assertion of identity and individuality in a world that is most comfortable with conformity. Fear, rage and hate are its thematic backdrops.‐ Polygon
Read More | Posted Jul 27, 2018
85% Supergirl: Season 1 - Blood Bonds (TV Episode) She's not just a young woman pretending to be a dork to hide the fact that she is, essentially, a god. She's trying to be a normal person to avoid the worst excesses of the gods, those being arrogance, cruelty and capriciousness.‐ Polygon
Read More | Posted Jul 27, 2018
100% Supergirl: Season 1 - Human for a Day (TV Episode) [Supergirl] eschews the vogue for dark and tortured leading characters, and yet manages to be way more edgy, relevant and brave than most shows of its kind.‐ Polygon
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86% Supergirl: Season 1 - Red Faced (TV Episode) In "Red Faced", Supergirl is forced to address her inner rage. The narrative devices used to set up these insights into her emotional state might be clumsy, but they work.‐ Polygon
Read More | Posted Jul 27, 2018
70% Supergirl: Season 1 - How Does She Do It? (TV Episode) Supergirl may be a formulaic action show, but it offers a cast of characters with enough variety and nuance to hand us a fistful of narrative threads. It's a credit to the writers that watching two episodes out of order really did feel like a disjunct.‐ Polygon
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94% Supergirl: Season 1 - Livewire (TV Episode) But I'm coming around to the idea that her naivety and childishness is her greatest asset, both for her character and for this over-arching story.‐ Polygon
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94% Supergirl: Season 1 - Fight or Flight (TV Episode) In the third [episode], we got a chance to deal with the emotional puzzle of being Supergirl. And it was great.‐ Polygon
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100% Supergirl: Season 1 - Stronger Together (TV Episode) Once again, the scenes between these two women give us crucial and engaging truths about their feelings for one another which, while not exactly complex, are reasonably layered for a prime-time TV action story.‐ Polygon
Read More | Posted Jul 27, 2018
100% Supergirl: Season 1 - Pilot (TV Episode) CBS doesn't disappoint. There follows a series of daring-doings as Supergirl foils bank robberies and potential traffic jams while figuring out the best costume to solidify her identity.‐ Polygon
Read More | Posted Jul 27, 2018