The TV and films everyone's talking about
A hilarious comedy on Channel 4, a fantasy series on Sky and the new Meryl Streep movie
Welcome to the 90s, where some sharp school girls and their quick one-liners are just trying to get by in this hilarious Chanel 4 comedy.
Protagonist and 16-year-old Erin Quinn (Saoirse Jackson) is raging against her impossible family, whilst all around her are blessed with sharp tongues and cutting insight.
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On the first day of school, Erin discovers her cousin Orla reading her diary. The resulting drama is almost enough to distract from the fact that Granda Joe has just announced that there's a bomb on the bridge. And that the IRA are everywhere.
Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep star in The Post, Steven Spielberg's true story drama about a team of journalists who fought for the freedom of the press.
It's the big film everyone is talking about this week – no surprise given the creative team behind it – and certainly worth a visit to the cinema this weekend.Read more ...
It's been billed as the next Game of Thrones and lovers of fantasy epics should settle down with Sky Atlantic on Thursday night for the rather crazy first episode of this nine-part series.
It’s 43AD and the Romans are invading: they’re here to crush the Celtic heart of Britain. The story follows the power struggle between the Celts, Druids and Roman army. As well as the big battle scenes, the drama is psychological and filled with mystical moments.Read more ...
A film for all the family: this is an animated 'love letter to Mexico' by Pixar: Coco is the cutest thing we've seen in a while.
The film features one small boy, an enchanted guitar and a journey to the land of the dead. Twelve-year-old Miguel learns 'where he comes from, what his place is within his family, and how families stay woven together across time through the simple act of remembrance'.
The four-part drama is about a missing child on Channel 4 is full of levity and life, and clever observations about pervading chipper, stiff-upper-lip Englishness. It’s a winning formula that made the British crime drama Broadchurch on ITV so successful and an absolute must-watch.
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