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This 2007 film is one of my favourite Brit-flicks of all time. It’s a bit like Midsomer Murders meets Lethal Weapon.
With film studios Pixar and Dreamworks seeming to have a never-ending stream of animated output, it’s easy to forget that there is animation beyond what these two big Hollywood hitters produce.
The boys who try so hard to be cool and fail by so much are back and if last week’s first episode is anything to go by, the rest of the series is going to be top notch.
Fans of Will Ferrell always wait with bated breath for his latest gag-littered offering.
Somehow director Nick Love managed to get two good films – Football Factory and The Business – out of Danny ‘dire’ Dyer and came close to making it a hat-trick with this 2006 effort.
Fraternal directing partnership Jay and Mark Duplass are the talent behind self-penned feature Cyrus.
Wargrave wizard Paul Daniels is hoping he can work his magic on the dance floor as he stars in the new BBC season of Strictly Come Dancing.
Brrrrr, this chilly new series pits a group of celebs against freezing cold conditions, man versus nature – the ultimate battle. Famous faces include Alfie Moon off Eastenders (Shane Richie), Welsh rugby player Gavin Henson, TV gardener Diarmuid Gavin and X Factor presenter Konnie Huq.
Tamara Drewe is one of the most charming British comedies since the Mike Newell-directed Four Weddings and a Funeral.
Three of the brightest stars of English stage, screen and television visited the University of Reading to talk about their work.