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Review 2 Seasons 2014

Season 1
3.9 out of 5 stars (475) IMDb 8.4/10

Everything is up for review when an obsessive (and calamity-prone) critic decides to rate life experiences instead of movies or restaurants. Road Rage? Half Star. Making a Sex Tape? 4 Stars. Watching this raucously original new series? 5 Stars!

Starring:
Andrew Daly, Fred Willard
Original air date:
May 1, 2014

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Season 1

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1. Stealing, Addiction, Prom

Critic Forrest MacNeil reviews real-life experiences that include stealing, addiction, and the prom.

CC TV-14 March 6, 2014 21 minutes
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2. Sex Tape, Racist, Hunting

Critic Forrest MacNeil reviews real-life experiences that include making a sex tape, being a racist, and hunting.

CC TV-14 March 13, 2014 22 minutes
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3. Pancakes, Divorce, Pancakes

Critic Forrest MacNeil reviews real-life experiences that include eating pancakes and getting a divorce.

CC TV-14 March 20, 2014 21 minutes
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4. Celebrity, Batman

Critic Forrest MacNeil reviews real-life experiences that include sleeping with a celebrity and being Batman.

CC TV-14 March 27, 2014 22 minutes
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5. Best Friend, Space

Critic Forrest MacNeil reviews real-life experiences that include having a best friend and going to space.

CC TV-14 April 3, 2014 22 minutes
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6. Road Rage, Orgy

Critic Forrest MacNeil reviews real-life experiences that include road rage and going to an orgy.

CC TV-14 April 10, 2014 22 minutes
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7. Revenge, Getting Rich, Aching

Critic Forrest MacNeil reviews real-life experiences that include revenge, getting rich quick, and being institutionalized.

CC TV-14 April 17, 2014 22 minutes
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8. Marry, Run, Party

Critic Forrest MacNeil reviews real-life experiences that include getting married, running from the law, and being the life of the party.

CC TV-14 April 24, 2014 22 minutes
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9. Quitting, Last Day, Irish

Critic Forrest MacNeil reviews real-life experiences that include quitting your job, Carpe Diem, and being Irish.

CC TV-14 May 1, 2014 22 minutes
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We watched the entire season in one day; we were incapable of stopping. It took exactly three seconds to be hooked from the opening credits where it says "meeting the president" and shows him being tazered mercilessly... perfect. Although, at times it can be reasonably depressing, Forrest's cheery attitude and devotion to his noble work of reviewing life keeps the show lighter. You are always pulling for Forrest. Andrew Daly plays a perfect Forrest, an earnest and genuinely good dude that has to force himself to destroy his family, dabble in cocaine addiction, use racial slurs, rob the elderly and make a sex tape all for the greater good of mankind. There was one episode (pancakes, divorce, pancakes) that I can only refer to as the single best television 20 minutes I've ever seen. I still laugh about one particular line from that episode audibly and profusely while doing innocuous daily activities. I have been rabidly recommending this show to anyone who will listen, and while I am admittedly not good at reviewing things, after the shrill, uncontrollable, spasm-inducing laughter this show bestowed upon me, I can't help but want to give it two public thumbs up.
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Really enjoyed the show. It is the sort of ridiculous humor that I find very entertaining. Definitely not a show for everyone though. The show reminds me of Nathan For You, another Comedy Central show. If you liked that show or any Tim and Eric shows you will probably like this one too, as it was made by the same production company.
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the first two episodes are very good, but the show reaches a new level with the third. just incredible. do yourself a favor and check this show out.
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Andrew Daly, Americas funniest deadpan comic since Stephen Wright, takes the premise from the original Australian short sketch show (Review with Miles Barlow) of a man whose job it is to review life experiences, and adds the twist of infusing it with a wit and charm that is uniquely his own. I look forward to more episodes.
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I just watched this hilarious comedy from Comedy Central. I wonder what he'll review next? This show gets five stars from me.
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The unexpected thing about this series is the full-season plot arc. The show is entertaining enough episode to episode, but they have made it so the ideal way to view the season is to binge view.

Andy Daly can carry this show better than you would expect, but even if he couldn't, the supporting cast and characters are all fantastic. There are no wasted characters - everyone contributed.

This show is perfectly entertaining. If you're expecting to laugh out loud every episode, you won't.... But that doesn't mean you shouldn't check out this show.
4 stars.
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A darkly brilliant satire, Review is a show within a show starring reviewer Forrest MacNeil (Andy Daly), a reviewer who reviews not books or movies but "life itself." As Forrest says at the beginning of each episode: "Life, it's all we have. But is it any good?"

Forrest's reviews are responses to "viewer" questions asking him things like, What is it like to run from the law? Is drug addiction really that terrible? How do people get through divorce? to go into space? to quit your job?). And with seemingly no understanding that each of these experiences can be different for every person, Forrest will go to any lengths to do the thing he is asked to review and report back. He somehow believes that in doing such reviews he is performing a public service despite the mess he creates with his own life. He has asked his producer never to let him off the hook no matter how dire the situation. And it is his willingness to do absolutely ANYTHING, however gross, risky or self destructive that makes "Review" the masterpiece it is. Echoes of Kafka, Ionesco and Oscar Wilde reverberate throughout "Review", it's theater of the absurd. And it is that utter absurdity that makes addiction, death and other horrors hilarious rather than tragic. Unlike the naive and misguided Forrest, Andy Daly is in on every aspect of the joke of course. He is one of the most brilliant, and unique comic voices out there. He knows it is Forrest's (slowly decaying) naïvete and misguided dedication to the most extreme tasks thay make the show work, though his innocence is slowly wearing away. Splitsider recently compared Forrest to a comedic Walter White and it's a perfect comparison.
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It's interesting to see Andrew Daly as the star of this new show, and I like where it's been and where it could go. Keep up the energy, layered jokes and cocaine addiction and you've got me.
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