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i saw ads for TT on the TV and it looked hilarious. i watched and it
WAS hilarious. a brilliant original idea for a sketch show, i think
they should make another series of TT because of the pure accuracy and
comedy of probably what WILL be the future of TV.
i think TT is an enquired taste as only a few people i knew fully loved the whole program but there are elements for everyone in it.
one bad thing though was the show did get repetitive with such conversations about the 2008 show RAPE AN APE being in every bloody episode. this was annoying but other than that was brilliant.
i thought the way the celebs of today were portrayed so funnily in 2032 was comedy genius. i'd like to give this program a through shake of the hand and pray for a SERIES 2 please!!!!!!
*** This review may contain spoilers ***
Armando Iannucci delves once more into the world of satire, this time
delivering a biting polemic on current affairs by means of a fictional
look back at events between 2005 and 2030 through the medium of a TV
show of the future.
Much use is made of 'talking heads', either real people or fictionalised versions of real people - the futuristic David Beckham is a touch of genius, and June Sarpong has me in stitches every time she appears - and there are some genuine moments of class, Tesco's invasion of Denmark using 'War of the Worlds' style Tripod war machines being the most obvious that springs to mind.
Not as revolutionary as some of his past efforts (The Day Today, I'm Alan Partridge), as at times it feels as if he is simply retreading a well furrowed path, this is still anarchic and highly entertaining TV.
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