100% Hotter (2016) - Reality-TV

Hohum Score

23

Watchable

A make-under rather than a make-over show, targeting people whose style is so in your face you cannot help stop and stare while their family and friends squirm with embarrassment.

IMDB: 4.4
Director:
Stars: Daniel Palmer, Melissa Sophia
Length: 60 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 18 out of 77 found boring (23.37%)

One-line Reviews (26)

If you're looking for a show like Queer Eye, or Netflix is recommending this show after watching Queer Eye, this show is a waste of time.

It's exciting to see the changes in them.

Fun, empty TV .

Don't forget they rip these people down to the point of tears, and then when they are vulnerable the stylists make them into something plain and boring.

Don't waste your time .

The presenters are bullies, that ridicularize people that dare to look different, making them look boring and blend.

There is a really hurtful segment every episode where they ask a bunch of people on the street (all of whom dress fairly boring themselves) what they'd rate the contestant out of ten.

The 'makeover' looks are so uniform and bland that the show could pass for an elite private school.

The "stylist" wears empty frames not glasses.

A horrible show, for horrible boring people.

Pretentious and patronizing .

The concept is pretty bland, the cast is bubbly on the verge of being obnoxious and fake, and the make-unders are almost always the same.

" Don't waste your time on this...

Entertaining for the most part .

Dull .

The hosts are really bland, have no character and are not enthusiastic to be there.

It really calls for suspension of disbelief that the often decent 'before' looks would get uniformly negative reviews and the very bland 'make-under' looks would get rave reviews.

This one however, has the three most insincere, pretentious, and categorically patronizing hosts I've ever seen.

I thought my mind was playing tricks on me, but the stylist lady wears the exact same pair of awful shoes every episode (plus the same black blazer and shirt) and the hairstylist wears the same boring button-up shirt and black ripped up jeans literally EVERY.

The challenges are stupid and repetitive.

However, the makeunders are actually impressive and worth watching for.

It feels like a throw back to the early 90's talk shows where friends or family's dragged each other on to a make-up stage for a paycheck.

The premise of the show is to take someone who has an edgy or outlandish style, who is in their 20s and having fun, and make them basic and boring.

Don't waste your time.

Taking interesting people and transforming them into boring unhappy clones.

If someone tries to slow you down, keep them out of your life.