Hugh Laurie, Lucy Boynton & Will Poulter talk on the genius of Agatha Christie and the experience of working with two great, “clanking” Oscar winners on Why Didn't They Ask Evans?
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Armando Iannucci gives a Dickens classic a new spin.
Veep and Death of Stalin creator Armando Iannuci does Charles Dickens with a star-studded cast!
Peter Counter and Susan Stover aren't doctors, but they've sure seen a lot of people play them on TV! Tuned In takes on medicine in television.
On this episode we review Tomorrowland, talk with author Neal Stephenson about his latest book Seveneves, and chat with Dale Wells of The Dandies, a Star Trek-themed Toronto improv group.
Tomorrowland has lofty aspirations and big ideas, but fails to bring it all together. There's entertainment value in the special effects and action scenes, but the story ultimately disappoints.
While not terrible and despite a solid cast of pros, The Oranges is a limp comedy that trods over the same ground as countless suburban based comedies and dramas that came before it.