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What We Did on Our Holiday

“Whatever you do, don’t upset Dad – his health can’t take it …” – with these words, Doug (played by David Tennant) convinces his ex-wife Abi (by Rosamund Pike) that on their visit to see his dying father, Gordie (by Billy Connolly), they should pretend their marriage is still intact and everything in their family garden is “rosie”. 405 more words

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Where Do I Know That Actor?

Did you catch Midsomer Murders on Saturday night? It was part one of a two-parter called Dark Autumn, wherein DCI Barnaby investigates the death of a postman with a few secrets… 240 more words

Imagine Me & You (2005).

“Luce: Don’t forget me.
Rachel: I won’t remember anything else.”

“Imagine Me & You”
Dirigida por: Ol Parker
Protagonistas: Piper Perabo, Lena Headey, Matthew Goode, Celia Imrie, Anthony Head, Darren Boyd, Sue Johnston, Boo Jackson. 353 more words

Vicious: Episode 1 ****

Camp, silly, cheeky, rude and completely over the top – count me in.

What more is there to say about ITV’s fabulous sitcom Vicious? 468 more words

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Celia Imrie To Co-Star In 'Year By The Sea'; Sam Richardson Joins 'Mike & Dave'; Jason Clarke, Rosamund Pike, Jack O’Connell On WWII Pic

Celia Imrie has been set to co-star in Year By The Sea, the adaptation of Joan Anderson’s bestselling memoir that stars Karen Allen as the author hoping to reclaim who she was before marriage and children. 304 more words

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Not Quite Nice by Celia Imrie

I found this very disappointing and  very boring and not at all funny!  Did not find the characters engaging and couldn’t wait for it to finish. 39 more words

Norfolks Great Big Read

The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel REVIEW: "It's Really Second Best"

All I can say is that it is really second best in all aspects. While the first installment was a sophisticated fish-out-of-water story that cleverly explores old age, death, and the vibrance and ambivalence of life; this one contains rather tired ideas and un-compelling storylines, to the point that it feels ironically like a washed up old person. 308 more words

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