Posts Tagged ‘Priyanga Burford’

Pokemon Detective Pikachu – Trailer 2 – Ryan Reynolds

Pokemon Detective Pikachu now has a second trailer. I’m led to understand it features ‘Mewtwo’ and I still couldn’t give two hoots about it. The film is released in the UK on May 10th 2019. Check out the trailer below: Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve operation survivor from the […]

This Time With Alan Partridge: The Complete Series – The DVDfever Review – Steve Coogan

This Time With Alan Partridge sees the hapless presenter return to the BBC, and I was already in stitches from the trailer simply when he was forever being ignored while asking for a glass of water, just as he was about to go live (which is how the first episode actually begins). It’s also the […]

Press Episodes 1 and 2 – The DVDfever Review – Charlotte Riley, Ben Chaplin

Press centres aroud two newspapers in this fictionalised Fleet Street. Workaholic Holly Evans (Charlotte Riley) works for the Herald, while Duncan Allen (Ben Chaplin) edits The Post, a more tabloid paper, and given their logo, it’s clearly aping The Sun and The Mirror combined, both of which are really only fit for lining the cat […]

King Charles III – The DVDfever Review – A perfect epitaph to Tim Pigott-Smith

King Charles III – the title made me think “What? Another labourious period drama? …Oh, hang on, we’ve never had a third King Charles”. And then the penny dropped. Mike Bartlett has adapted his own play for the screen with the late Tim Pigott-Smith in the titular role. It’s a time in the near future […]

I Want My Wife Back Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

I Want My Wife Back is what Ben Miller‘s character, Murray, is after since, up until a certain point, he’s the only one unaware of any problems with his marrage as he’s too wrapped up in his work. And so stars a ’70s/’80s-style sitcom full of gentle humour based on misunderstandings, including very light cringe […]

Marcella Series 1 – The DVDfever Review

Marcella opens with a shot of the lead character, played by Anna Friel, in the bath, bruised and bloodied, the bathroom looking slightly cleaner than that in The Young Ones. However, this is no dream sequence, it’s real and we then flash back to 12 days earlier… She took a career break several years ago […]

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