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If this series is supposed to be a representation of compelling dramatic television for the 21st century then please turn back the clock. HAWAII is a drama series, and I use the term lightly, wrapped up as a 45-minute Ludicrous video. The episodes thus far have run the gamut of A to B on the believability scale giving us heaping doses of every possible island cop-cliché we've been privy to since the days of HAWAIIAN EYE back in the 50s. Unrealistic characters, over the top theatrics, sophomoric writing, unrelenting quick-cut editing, bad CGI effects and unnecessary whoosh photography all add up to an hour of mind-numbingly, boring television. This series is so atrocious that I'm surprised Aaron Spelling's name is nowhere to be found in the credits.
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