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Emma Dibdin and Tom Eames

Emma Dibdin and Tom Eames
Emma Dibdin and Tom Eames's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Digital Spy

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
89% Red Dwarf: Season 10 (TV, 2012) There are some inventive sci-fi ideas at play here... but with a smaller visual scope and a stripped-back cast, the series is forced to rely on what made it great in the early days - in a nutshell, the characters simply talking to each other.‐ Digital Spy
Read More | Posted May 17, 2018
No Score Yet Red Dwarf: Season 7 (TV, 1997) With co-creator Rob Grant also departing, leaving Doug Naylor to steer the ship solo, the odds were stacked against series seven from the start.‐ Digital Spy
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No Score Yet Red Dwarf: Season 8 (TV, 1999) That being said, having Rimmer back full-time goes a long way, and there are plenty of moments... that remind you the magic is still there. There just isn't enough of it.‐ Digital Spy
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57% Red Dwarf: Season 9 (TV, 2009) Sadly co-creator Doug Naylor went a shade too post-modern in the execution, and having the characters discover the show - not to mention Coronation Street and Craig Charles - feels too silly and not in keeping with Dwarf history...‐ Digital Spy
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No Score Yet Red Dwarf: Season 5 (TV, 1992) The most balanced series in terms of character comedy versus sci-fi adventure, five is also the series that leans most heavily on Barrie...‐ Digital Spy
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No Score Yet Red Dwarf: Season 3 (TV, 1989) There were still a few growing pains at this stage, and one or two episodes - notably 'Backwards' and 'Bodyswap' - feel more like great concepts than great stories, but series three is still close to as good as it gets.‐ Digital Spy
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No Score Yet Red Dwarf: Season 2 (TV, 1988) It might be less ambitious than later series, but there's a freshness and warmth to the character comedy in series two that became harder to sustain as the storytelling grew bigger.‐ Digital Spy
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No Score Yet Red Dwarf: Season 6 (TV, 1993) 'Polymorph II: Emohawk' isn't a patch on its predecessor, and the tone sometimes veers too far away from the character comedy Dwarf does best. But there are far more peaks than troughs...‐ Digital Spy
Read More | Posted May 17, 2018
No Score Yet Red Dwarf: Season 4 (TV, 1991) Though series four lacks for really iconic episodes, it does contain several of the moments that propelled Dwarf fully to cult status - most significantly the introduction of Ace Rimmer in 'Dimension Jump'.‐ Digital Spy
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100% Red Dwarf: Season 1 (TV, 1988) Though undeniably wobbly (often in the literal sense - those sets wouldn't have survived a light breeze), the early episodes of Dwarf have a charming simplicity that was lost as the show's budgets and scope grew.‐ Digital Spy
Read More | Posted May 17, 2018