The Monkees Reviews & Ratings

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The Monkees were a made-for-TV pop group composed of Michael Nesmith, Micky Dolenz , Davy Jones and Peter Tork. The 1966-68 NBC show was a fast-paced farce interspersed with musical "romps" featuring the band's catchy tunes written by professional songwriters. Despite the show lasting just two seasons, the Monkees became a real recording, touring group and are remembered as iconic pop-culture figures of the 1960s.
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Jul 8, 2016 7:19PM EDT
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I loved this show growing up. Is it cheesy? Yes. Is it predictable? Yes but the music is fantastic. I feel like everyone should take the time to enjoy this show.

I loved this show growing up. Is it cheesy? Yes. Is it predictable? Yes but the music is fantastic. I feel like everyone should take the time to enjoy this show.

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Aug 31, 2015 9:44AM EDT
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More cheese please. I loved this show growing up!

More cheese please. I loved this show growing up!

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Feb 17, 2017 11:38PM EST
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A very unique style, inspired by A Hard Days Night, it used avant garde film techniques—such as improvisation, quick cuts, jump cuts, breaking the fourth wall, and free-flowing, loose narratives. Each episode is like a music video, way before its time.

A very unique style, inspired by A Hard Days Night, it used avant garde film techniques—such as improvisation, quick cuts, jump cuts, breaking the fourth wall, and free-flowing, loose narratives. Each episode is like a music video, way before its time.