One of my most anticipated TVShows has finally over. Although the first plan was to write one episode per week…but doing that makes me difficult to write it, I always hit one spoiler after another. It’s different with Sherlock because each episode is another story, While Peaky Blinders is a series where one episode continue… Read More 10 Reasons Why You Should Watch Peaky Blinders
Peaky Blinders Episode one> Here 10 Reasons Why You Should Watch Peaky Blinders I begin watching Peaky Blinders because of Cillian Murphy but now I continue watching it because the series is getting better. Peaky Blinders episode one was good but episode two is thrilling. Episode two begins strongly with a bloody fight between Peaky… Read More Peaky Blinders Episode 2
A gangster family epic set in 1919 Birmingham, Peaky Blinders centres on a gang who sew razor blades in the peaks of their caps, and their fierce boss Tommy Shelby, who means to move up in the world. Finally…the miniseries I have been waiting since last year is on the telly 🙂 This will be… Read More Peaky Blinders Episode 1
It’s more like Monday TVSeries than Monday Movies 😉 I have been drifting away from 2 hour (or less) movies lately and been enjoying TV Series A LOT! I know I will return to movies soon but at the meantime there are just TOO many great shows waiting to be watched 🙂 I have shared… Read More Monday Movies : Broadchurch and Shingeki no Kyojin
As I have said in my top 5 British Entertainers (although I cheated a bit because I included a group of people 😉 ), one of them are the hilarious trio Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright. I love those three British and always try to watch everything by them. Related to them, I… Read More Simon Pegg’s Factor: Spaced & A Fantastic Fear of Everything
After delaying it for a month, February is so short so I purposely didn’t post anything Boosh related, I am so happy to share the last series of The Mighty Boosh (for now). I am hoping this won’t be the last and that one day the boys will get together again and write another series… Read More The Mighty Boosh series 3
While all Movie bloggers around me are busy with one movie after another…I am busy with TV Series 🙂 I have finished watching 3 TV series in the past 2 months. There are reasons behind why I choose to watch each series. And the reasons are very different…but two of them are because of the… Read More 3 Comedies From 3 Countries: Unubore Deka, The Big Bang Theory and Hunderby
It is clear now that ALL British are crazy!! 😉 The more I watch British comedy the more I am hooked to it…their comedy is crazy and smart at the same time…it’s so easy to love their comedy. I have already begin 2013 with a review BBC comedy series that I love so much, the… Read More Laughing at The Brits: The Beatles and Monty Python
Before you wonder what is this post about, please look at this trailer first! With nine BIFA nominations (more than any other film this year), including Best Director, Best Film and Most Promising Newcomer for Laurence, Broken is one to look out for. It’ll be out in UK cinemas in spring 2013. That’s my brief… Read More An Interview With Daniel Clay – The author of Broken
From wikipedia: Never Mind the Buzzcocks is a comedy panel game television show with a pop music theme, currently without a permanent presenter. It stars Phill Jupitus and Noel Fielding (from 2009) as team captains. The show is produced by Talkback for the BBC, and is usually aired on BBC Two. The title plays on… Read More Never Mind The Buzzcocks – Prepare to laugh!!!
As I have said in my review of Doctor Who 2008…this post will be my last post of Doctor Who for THIS YEAR!! I am going to avoid myself from being bored by one of my favorite TV Series by giving it time to cool down for a while. My plan is to watch the… Read More Doctor Who Specials
Welcome to another review of British Series 😉 My friend told me about this series, she asked me would I like to see a British sit-com about a book shop with hostile owner. I told her to give ALL British sit-com she has to me 😉 Black Books is a sit-com situated in a second… Read More Black Books – another fun British Sit-Com
I am getting more and more into British series now 🙂 When Sherlock suddenly grabbed people’s attention toward British series, I noticed another series that have been talked by many people…the series is called Doctor Who. My friend downloaded the movie (horay…because I can’t download such big files. Yes, I watched it illegally because Indonesia… Read More Doctor Who (2005)
A hilarious TV Series, a gangster a la Guy Richie and a humorous serial killer… there is only one thing I can say here: The British sure knows how to make people laugh. …although, one is not that funny 😉 The IT Crowd Episodes: 24 episodes in 4 series (6 episodes per series) Creator: Graham… Read More Laughing at The Brits : The IT Crowd, Two Smoking Barrels & Burke and Hare.