An amateur musician of stunted emotional growth is reluctant to take care of his young nephew, but as his reluctance grows, his other emotions begin to follow to the fore, meaning he may even become a better, more-rounded person.
From actor/writer duo James Corden and Mathew Baynton, The Wrong Mans series centers on Sam Pinkett and Phil Bourne, office workers for Berkshire County Council, who have their menial ... See full summary »
Four friends who become multi-millionaires when they sell their video game company for a clean £246 million and overnight, the four friends are transformed from "people who play games" to "serious players in the game..." - or are they?
A rip-roaring look at some sort of woman living her sort of life. With family and friendships under strain and a guinea pig cafe struggling to keep afloat, Fleabag suddenly finds herself with nothing to lose.
I'll not bother going into the plot as you've probably already read the synopsis, I'll just jump straight into what I thought.
First of all, it's not believable and there are more than a few plot holes along the way. In saying that, it's fun, the acting is good and the characters are likeable. I doubt if you'll be sitting with tears rolling down your faces at the comedic elements but there are funnyish bits and at three episodes, it's not long enough to get boring. I watched all 3 episodes back to back.
Overall, I'm glad I watched it even if I wouldn't go for a second viewing. Worth a watch.
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