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Okay expectations – Mr. Pip review

By Simon Miraudo November 4, 2013 Mr. Pip is your typical, middle-of-the-road family film, until, without warning, it very suddenly isn’t. Family films shouldn’t do anything without warning, except delight. Ending with a climactic, seemingly endless sequence of bodily mutilation is right out. But not for writer-director Andrew Adamson, who leaves the world of Shrek […]

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Television Revision: Black Adder – Season 4

By Andrew Williams March 11, 2013 Television Revision is a weekly feature in which our tuned in TV critic trawls through the best the box has to offer, giving you a primer on some of history’s finest shows (and warning you away from the specific episodes – or even seasons! – that might have ruined […]

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Television Revision: Black Adder – Season 3

By Andrew Williams February 19, 2013 Television Revision is a weekly feature in which our tuned in TV critic trawls through the best the box has to offer, giving you a primer on some of history’s finest shows (and warning you away from the specific episodes – or even seasons! – that might have ruined […]

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Everybody needs good neighbours – The Oranges review

By Richard Haridy February 12, 2013 The Oranges is a light, inoffensive, suburban dramedy about infidelity. Despite a strong cast, it’s an empty, pointless exercise in turning an interesting story into a vanilla confection. David (Hugh Laurie) and Terry (Oliver Platt) are best friends who live across the street from each other in a movie-styled […]

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Television Revision: Black Adder – Season 2

By Andrew Williams February 6, 2013 Television Revision is a weekly feature in which our tuned in TV critic trawls through the best the box has to offer, giving you a primer on some of history’s finest shows (and warning you away from the specific episodes – or even seasons! – that might have ruined […]

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