Dawson's Creek (1998–2003)

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Drama, Romance

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Four friends in a small coastal town help each other cope with adolescence.

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  • Joshua Jackson and Ruth Wilson at an event for Dawson's Creek (1998)
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  • James Van Der Beek and Katie Holmes in Dawson's Creek (1998)
  • Kerr Smith and Adam Kaufman in Dawson's Creek (1998)
  • Katie Holmes and Joshua Jackson in Dawson's Creek (1998)

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4 October 2002 | lpspurlock
Once a Gem... that's now lost its luster
I used to wait in anticipation from wk to wk for the next episode of Dawson's Creek to come on. From the very beginning I was hooked. The dialogue was great, the acting was appropriate if not outstanding (aside from a few ppl...I'll get into that later) and the first few seasons were just outstanding. But then it started to lack a little. First off, when Dawson and Joey actually started trying to make their relationship "more than friends" I thought that was an ok turn around... esp when I liked Michelle William's character (Jen) better. Pacey (Joshua Jackson) always seemed to bring a laugh out with the lines he had and the other characters that started to come into the story line seemed relevant to where you could relate to them. But as soon as Dawson and Joey started breaking it, it seemed like it went from being "Dawson's Creek" to "Joey's Creek".. everything revolved around her. No offense to other commenters, but I don't view Katie Holmes as such a great actress. Anyone can roll their eyes around or mumble out their words like she does.. if you look closely she does mumble quite a bit! In disgust, I stopped watching it after the one season where Joey and Pacey set out to sea together. Just recently I watched some of the season premiere and I feel as though I made the right choice by not following it. Katie Holmes prevails once again, while Michelle Williams deserves more recognition. What Dawson's Creek used to be is now a far cry away compared to what it is now.

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