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Greg Dawson
Greg Dawson's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Orlando Sentinel

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
91% The Nanny: Season 1 (TV, 1993-1994) The writing in the show is only average... But Fran Drescher alone makes The Nanny worth a look for those who like their comedy with a dose of chutzpah.‐ Orlando Sentinel
Read More | Posted Sep 7, 2018
0% Superboy: Season 1 (TV, 1988-1989) Superboy has a cheap, prefab look, some horrendous acting and shockingly bad editing - so bad I am compelled to mention it even though I never talk about editing.‐ Orlando Sentinel
Read More | Posted Jul 13, 2018
83% The Critic: Season 1 (TV, 1994) Besides its cloying self-importance, The Critic has two other big problems: too many inside jokes - funny only to critics and those unlucky enough to know them well - and a lack of direction: Where is this show going, and why is it going there?‐ Orlando Sentinel
Read More | Posted Apr 26, 2018
82% Thirtysomething: Season 1 (TV, 1987-1988) Smart, savvy, sensitive, not very sexy, but serious. [...] Thirtysomething is The Big Chill the morning after.‐ Orlando Sentinel
Read More | Posted May 1, 2018
100% Quantum Leap: Season 1 (TV, 1989) A giant leap for fantasy fare on television.‐ Orlando Sentinel
Read More | Posted Apr 19, 2018
78% Cop Rock: Season 1 (TV, 1990) You root for Cop Rock, against all odds.‐ Orlando Sentinel
Read More | Posted Jan 8, 2018
93% Twin Peaks: Season 1 (TV, 1990) Twin Peaks is like the horrific, teasing fever nightmare that takes you to the head of the darkened staircase and throws you off, leaving you frozen in midflight at an exquisite peak of terror and wordless exhilaration.‐ Orlando Sentinel
Read More | Posted May 14, 2017
92% The X-Files: Season 1 (TV, 1993-1994) The X-Files succeeds as addictive B-film entertainment because it treats its cheesy material - ''inspired by actual documented events'' - with absolute seriousness.‐ Orlando Sentinel
Read More | Posted Jan 5, 2015