Jennifer Silverman TV Reviews & Previews - Rotten Tomatoes

Jennifer Silverman

Jennifer Silverman
Jennifer Silverman's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Rolling Stone

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
90% The Knick: Season 2 - This Is All We Are (TV Episode) Tune out the dialogue and simply become immersed in the show's colors and textures... it's a complete and satisfying dreamscape. But try and follow the plot, and it all comes crashing to earth. ‐ Rolling Stone
Read More | Posted Dec 19, 2015
100% The Knick: Season 2 - Do You Remember Moon Flower? (TV Episode) Death, debasement, fires, fights, flashbacks - if this all sounds like a lot of action for 55 minutes, it is.‐ Rolling Stone
Read More | Posted Dec 12, 2015
100% The Knick: Season 2 - Not Well at All (TV Episode) Not only Thackery's life collapsed this episode. "Not Well At All" doled out a season's worth of revelations and realizations, none of them good.‐ Rolling Stone
Read More | Posted Dec 6, 2015
100% The Knick: Season 2 - Williams and Walker (TV Episode) The unleashing of Lucy's id is just one of the highly enjoyable events of this overstuffed episode, "Williams and Walker" - perhaps the best of the season so far. ‐ Rolling Stone
Read More | Posted Nov 28, 2015
100% The Knick: Season 2 - There Are Rules (TV Episode) Of all the varying ways women on The Knick deal with their daily oppression, only one is truly blazing her own path. Eleanor Gallinger.‐ Rolling Stone
Read More | Posted Nov 21, 2015
80% The Knick: Season 2 - Whiplash (TV Episode) The show picks up steam when it takes on an occasional calamity, and while the series probably couldn't maintain this pace week after week, disrupting the rhythm every blue moon acts as a welcome jolt of electricity.‐ Rolling Stone
Read More | Posted Nov 14, 2015
100% The Knick: Season 2 - Wonderful Surprises (TV Episode) On paper, the introduction of Opal Edwards might look like a fabricated point in a love-triangle. But the sublime scene of her and Algernon dancing at a Harlem club... elevates this relationship beyond a cookie cutter complication.‐ Rolling Stone
Read More | Posted Nov 9, 2015
100% The Knick: Season 2 - The Best With The Best To Get The Best (TV Episode) When it comes to their higher calling, these men have always played God, applying their own unique ethical code to their work.‐ Rolling Stone
Read More | Posted Nov 2, 2015
100% The Knick: Season 2 - You're No Rose (TV Episode) By depicting Thack as an obviously sick man, we're forced to sympathize with his modern suffering while wincing at his period-specific arrogance and bigotry.‐ Rolling Stone
Read More | Posted Oct 24, 2015
91% The Knick: Season 2 - Ten Knots (TV Episode) Never mind the difficuly-men tropes; [season one] was a must-see moody dream piece, and with this solid second-season premiere, The Knick appears ready to build even further on that foundation.‐ Rolling Stone
Read More | Posted Oct 19, 2015
82% The Knick: Season 1 - Crutchfield (TV Episode) It's hard to remember a season finale this bleak, in the sense that not one major character ends up in a better place than they started 10 episodes ago, and everyone across-the-board is miserable.‐ Rolling Stone
Read More | Posted Oct 2, 2015
80% The Knick: Season 1 - The Golden Lotus (TV Episode) For the second episode in a row, The Knick did not feature any gory surgeries, and instead relied on emotional bloodletting. ‐ Rolling Stone
Read More | Posted Oct 2, 2015
91% The Knick: Season 1 - Working Late a Lot (TV Episode) Is it really just a human story about one of the doctors, or is this all a set up for something truly shocking? With just two more episodes to go, we're hooked.‐ Rolling Stone
Read More | Posted Oct 2, 2015
91% The Knick: Season 1 - Get the Rope (TV Episode) It's a tense, taut episode of television, with the pressure relieved at the end in classic Knick fashion.‐ Rolling Stone
Read More | Posted Oct 2, 2015
80% The Knick: Season 1 - Start Calling Me Dad (TV Episode) Start Calling Me Dad has a couple of genuine unforeseen twists in it, starting with the episode's overall optimism and sense of hopefulness (all things being relative, of course; this is The Knick, after all).‐ Rolling Stone
Read More | Posted Oct 1, 2015
80% The Knick: Season 1 - They Capture the Heat (TV Episode) In an episode full of x-rays and Edison, it's young Lucy, all dressed in white and atop her blue bicycle that is the true symbol of modernity. She is the future.‐ Rolling Stone
Read More | Posted Oct 1, 2015
90% The Knick: Season 1 - Where's the Dignity? (TV Episode) Where's the Dignity - picks up more or less where we left off: crackling energy, unsettling tension, and another amazing dialogue-free visual sequence.‐ Rolling Stone
Read More | Posted Oct 1, 2015
90% The Knick: Season 1 - The Busy Flea (TV Episode) It's completely different then everything that came before, and it's this sequence, after all's said and done, that sticks with you the most. Well, that, and the syphilis.‐ Rolling Stone
Read More | Posted Oct 1, 2015
90% The Knick: Season 1 - Mr. Paris Shoes (TV Episode) If it all feels a little clunky in how the writers are setting everything up, there's no doubt these are the pins that are going to be knocked down throughout the season's run.‐ Rolling Stone
Read More | Posted Oct 1, 2015
90% The Knick: Season 1 - Episode 1 (TV Episode) One episode in, The Knick may indeed feel like something key is already missing, or has yet to be revealed. It is, however, nothing if not illuminating.‐ Rolling Stone
Read More | Posted Oct 1, 2015