"This movie remains in touch with its emotions in an intelligent way that is seldom seen in other movies of this ilk," argues Emma Johnson-Ferguson.
Absolutely try episode one. If you can handle it, carry on
Peter Sallis OBE, the actor, who has died at the age of 96, was the voice of Wallace in Aardman animation 'Wallace and Gromit' and star of enduring BBC comedy 'Last of the Summer Wine'.
Adam Hope guides us through another year of power ballads, pyrotechnics and political voting. CONTAINS SPOILERS.
William Oldroyd, a Durham University alumnus, acknowledged that Katherine is not a “likeable” character, but that hers was a story he wanted to tell.
Student film-maker Prasanna Sellathurai had to contend with on-set disasters and editing all-nighters to bring his bold directorial debut to the screen.
Bill Potts is a working-class chip-server. Her lack of presumptions combined with instinctual smartness and humour were a welcome change from Clara Oswald’s somewhat smug, if spirited, cleverness.