Posts Tagged ‘Sophie Rundle’

The Nest – The DVDfever Review – Martin Compston

The Nest is a new drama staring Line of Duty‘s Martin Compston, using his original Scottish accent this time. Emily (Sophie Rundle) runs into a young woman called Kaya (Mirren Mack), while out driving, as she didn’t see her, but in a bid to get out and help her, Kaya is too busy pointing a […]

Elizabeth Is Missing – The DVDfever Review – Glenda Jackson

Elizabeth Is Missing brings Glenda Jackson back to TV for the first time in 27 years since 1992’s The Secret Life of Arnold Bax in a drama where, as Maud, her best friend, Elizabeth (Maggie Steed), with whom she regularly hangs out for shopping and gardening, has disappeared into the ether. This leads to her […]

Gentleman Jack Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review – Suranne Jones

Gentleman Jack begins in 1832, and sees Suranne Jones (Save Me, Scott and Bailey, Doctor Foster) take the lead of landowner Anne Lister, who’s trying to transform her family estate, so it’s a bit like a 19th Century Homes Under The Hammer… possibly. Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve operation […]

Bodyguard Series 1 – The DVDfever Review – Richard Madden

Bodyguard begins with Afghanistan war veteran cop David Budd (Richard Madden) tries to play “spot the terrorist” on a train, and he quickly makes himself the ‘Liam Neeson’ of the piece. Before getting into more detail about the episode, the potential baddie had locked himself in a toilet, so surely the thing to do would […]

Brief Encounters Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Brief Encounters summarises the story of Jacqueline Gold, for ITV-friendly audiences, about how she started a business selling exotic lingerie and ‘marital aids’ at parties within the homes of her friends, under the Ann Summers banner, often to the embarrassment of their husbands, since the world of intimate relationships wasn’t discussed back in the buttoned-down […]

An Inspector Calls (2015) – The DVDfever Review

An Inspector Calls is the second in BBC1’s current series of literary classics being brought to the screen, and follows last week’s Lady Chatterley’s Lover which was exactly like every other adaptation – except that it left out the sex and strong language. Showing the class divisions in 1912, David Thewlis turns up as Inspector […]

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