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Come Fly With Me (2010-2011)


Having recently re-watched this series, I thought I should add it here, as I assume that it is relatively unknown outside the UK.

Come Fly With Me… 409 more words

British Comedy

News: Simon Amstell's vegan film "Carnage"

Comedian and vegan Simon Amstell is making his director debut with a film called Carnage, a utopian story set in 2067 when everyone is vegan and looking back at a time when humans, including their grandparents, partook in a disturbing ritual of eating the meat, blood, and milk of other living creatures. 62 more words

TV Review: Sherlock: The Six Thatchers


S4, E1: ‘The Six Thatchers’

Benedict Cumberbatch auditions for James Bond. Failing which, are you looking for a nanny?

Grade: C-

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TV Reviews

About Time

I’m actually surprised it has taken me this long to see this movie. Back on my Movies TO See list in 2013 it took some lazy nights and time off to catch it on Netflix. 438 more words

Movie Reviews

The Last Passengers (2013)

Director: Omid Nooshin

Writer: Omid Nooshin, Andy Love (Screenplay)

Starring: Dougray Scott, Kara Tointon, Iddo Goldberg, David Schofield, Lindsay Duncan, Joshua Kaynama


Plot: A small group of everyday passengers on a speeding London commuter train battle their warped driver who has a dark plan for everyone on-board. 224 more words


Close to the Enemy

Stephen Poliakoff. BBC.
The greatest TV drama series for yonks, possibly the greatest ever.
Crystallised post-Nazi 1946 tensions and half-ruined aftermath in Britain, including off-kilter Aickmanisms and toffee apples. 38 more words

Mansfield Park (1999)

Cast: Hannah Taylor Gordon, Talya Gordon, Lindsay Duncan, Bruce Byron, James Purefoy, Jonny Lee Miller, Victoria Hamilton, Frances O’Connor

Director: Patricia Rozema

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