TV Critics – Page 3

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    The Brexit Storm Continues

    2019-12-18T09:58:00Z

    “After the high drama of Thursday’s general election, it all felt a bit flat.”

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    Sticks and Stones

    2019-12-17T10:13:00Z

    “The tone lurched so recklessly from melodrama to farce, it left me feeling a bit dazed”

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    Agatha Christie and the Curse of Ishtar

    2019-12-16T10:07:00Z

    “The show had no idea whether it was a crime thriller, parody, steamy romance, sex farce, horror movie or slapstick comedy”

  • Inside The Christmas Factory
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    Inside the Christmas Factory

    2019-12-13T10:59:00Z

    “Greg Wallace was not just excited, he was borderline hysterical, whipping himself into a frenzy about a delivery of liquid egg and gurning insanely.”

  • My Grandparents' War
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    My Grandparents’ War

    2019-12-12T10:10:00Z

    “You’re left wondering how the producers landed four such big British stars with such fascinating family tales of the Second World War”

  • The Royal Variety Performance
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    The Royal Variety Performance

    2019-12-11T10:25:00Z

    “I’m not sure that this is the magic of Christmas as I recall it, but at least The Royal Variety Performance hasn’t changed.”

  • The Case Of Sally Challen
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    The Case of Sally Challen

    2019-12-10T10:15:00Z

    “An excellent, meticulous film about a tragedy in which there were no winners, only losers.”

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    Elizabeth Is Missing

    2019-12-09T09:31:00Z

    “Jackson gave one of the performances of her lifetime”

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    Giri/Haji

    2019-12-06T13:17:00Z

    “Up there with Chernobyl, The Virtues and Succession as the year’s best TV drama”

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    My Grandparent’s War

    2019-12-05T10:33:00Z

    “This latest instalment in the series was an extraordinary film”

  • The Family Secret
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    The Family Secret

    2019-12-04T09:48:00Z

    “Perhaps the least festive but most fearless piece of programming you’ll see all month”

  • Growing Up Poor: Britain's Breadline Kids
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    Growing Up Poor: Britain’s Breadline Kids

    2019-12-03T09:48:00Z

    “The most articulate film about poverty I’ve ever seen”

  • The War Of The Worlds
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    The War of the Worlds

    2019-12-02T10:45:00Z

    “It had some good moments, but despite a great cast, it was forgettable”

  • Elton John: Uncensored
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    Elton John: Uncensored

    2019-11-29T10:03:00Z

    “We got in Elton John an older, wiser, mellower rock star in lilac shades who laughed at his toupee and was commendably self-deprecating”

  • The Baby Has Landed
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    The Baby Has Landed

    2019-11-28T09:46:00Z

    “This no-holds-barred access offered a genuine picture of family life that felt rare in factual television”

  • Eight Days
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    8 Days

    2019-11-27T09:56:00Z

    “The premise is terrifying, so it’s strange that this new series is so flat and uninvolving.”

  • Meat: A Threat To Our Planet?
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    Meat: A Threat to Our Planet?

    2019-11-26T10:50:00Z

    “There was nothing vague here about the dangers facing our planet, no softening of how destructive our lifestyles are”

  • Ladhood
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    Ladhood

    2019-11-25T09:49:00Z

    “This is intelligent, incisive humour that makes acute observations then takes them to the next level.”

  • What Makes A Muderer
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    What Makes a Murderer

    2019-11-22T10:10:00Z

    “Understanding criminal behaviour is a fine intention, but the documentary over-sold itself as a bold experiment offering definitive answers.”

  • Guilt
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    Guilt

    2019-11-21T11:22:00Z

    “It was deliciously, darkly funny, the Coen brothers by way of Leith”