Terence Davies poetically explores the battlefields of love.
Armando Ianucci imagines Charles Dickens' classic novel anew.
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!
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Don't believe an ounce of the unfounded pre-release negativity. Paddington is so excellent it could restore faith in humanity to the hardest of cynics.
We're tacklling the best and worst of Doctor Who season 8. Which instalment deserves multiple re-watches and which episodes should go the way of Gallifrey? To part two of the list!
We're going to tackle the best and worst of Doctor Who season 8. Which instalment deserves multiple re-watches and which episodes should die in a fire? To part one of the list!
“Death in Heaven”, sadly, was a perfect example of this season’s difficulty in balancing emotional veracity with plot coherence.
Heartbreakingly sad, brilliantly acted, beautifully directed and smartly written, “Dark Water” is bound to become an iconic installment of Doctor Who if next week doesn't screw the pooch.
With "In the Forest of the Night," first-time Who screenwriter Frank Cottrell Boyce creates visually and emotionally rich story that does away with predictable twists and repetitive plot points.
"Flatline" gets diminishing returns out of the Doctor's moral utilitarianism.
"Time Heist" is a Monet of an episode: good from far away, but a mess as soon as you look closer.
“Listen” addresses some major series issues in perhaps one of the most beautiful Doctor Who episodes yet.
Our lovely companion takes the Doctor up on an offer to go anywhere in time, choosing the period when Robin Hood would have been traipsing around England.