The Great (2020) – TV Review

Due to ‘The Favourite’ co-writer Tony McNamara being the screenwriter here on another period comedy, the comparisons to that film are plentiful, and they are fair. While it lacks the visual style of Yorgos Lanthimos, the dark, quick, and hilarious script reminds you very much of that project. The show is open in the fact […]

Harley Quinn Season 2 (2020) – TV Review

‘Harley Quinn’ is quite simply one of the best animated TV shows in history, and one of the best ‘comics to screen’ adaptations in years. The central story of this season (last season was Harley finding her independence from Joker) is the realisation that Harley and Ivy aren’t just best friends, they are in love, […]

Britain’s Corona Virus Catastrophe: Did the Government Get It Wrong? Dispatches (2020) – TV Review

There will be numerous documentaries and films about this crisis in years to come, when we hopefully have defeated the virus and have the benefit of hindsight. However, it’s also necessary for documentaries to be made about the present day, and that is what happens here. This unbias but absolutely unflinching documentary lays clear the […]

Peter Kay’s Car Share (2015) – TV Review

Peter Kay is one of the modern age’s most loved British comedians, for his work in scripted comedy, stand up, and beyond, but in recent years he has scaled back his workload and public appearances. This made ‘Car Share’, a show almost entirely set in a single car featuring Kay and Sian Gibson, an even […]

Talking Heads: Her Big Chance (2020) – TV Review

It was already a well known fact that Jodie Comer was an incredible actress with a rapidly rising career, but this just further proves her versatility, talent, and maturity beyond her years. In this adaptation on the classic Alan Bennett monologue that Julie Walters originally performed decades along, which was filmed under Corona Virus lockdown […]

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