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There’s a moment in Pete Travis’ British Noir, City of Tiny Lights, in which Riz Ahmed’s chain-smoking, bourbon-drinking detetective returns to the scene of a murder he’s investigating, only to be told by a London copper that the place has been “Cillit-Banged”; a reference to a cleaning brand that’s fronted by cult ambassador, Barry Scott, which, intentional or not, is just one example of the laughable dialogue that drags down the otherwise decent thriller. 258 more words
The Good Karma Hospital has aired its season finale! I think it was one of the most beautifully filmed episodes in the entire series and had the previous episodes been of this quality, my earlier reviews might have been more favourable on the whole. 699 more words
The Good Karma Hospital is now halfway through its series and I am still slightly underwhelmed by it. I am getting to know the characters and feel that the way in which each storyline is wrapped up neatly (apart from the plots that belong to the main cast, of course) is quite an effective touch. 497 more words