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Boston Globe
No two ways about it, STARMITES is out of this world. The heroine Eleanor is a modern-day Dorothy who dreams of being a super-hero and wakes up to find herself not over the rainbow but up above the stars in a phantasmagorical galaxy. Creators Keating and Ross took a few simple cliches (Love conquors all and beauty is only skin deep) and created an old-fashioned escapist entertainment that never stops laughing at its own implausibility. It is evident that everyone involved is having so much darn fun. It is one of those feel good family shows. This is a show for the young, not to mention the young at heart.