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Just Desserts (2004 TV Movie)
3/10
A trifling romance
19 January 2019
Hallmark cooks up a confection but this one has a soggy bottom.

Marco Poloni (Costas Mandylor) enters a baking competition called 'The Golden Whisk' hoping the prize money will help his Italian family owned bakery. His Uncle Fab is on the verge of bankruptcy.

Marco wants to team up talented pastry maker Grace Carpenter (Lauren Holly) who also likes to start her own business. The relationship between the two is frosty to begin with but Uncle Fab senses a spark of romance with the pair.

The competition is far from easy. They may be a talented and volatile pair but there are hazards along the way with shady contestants and judges with past issues.

There are some good actors in the mix such as Brenda Vaccaro and David Proval.

However this is a tepid film where the side characters are more interesting than the formulaic story.
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5/10
Police at the Funeral: Part 1
19 January 2019
The episode starts with Campion in a Sherlock Holmes costume by Inspector Oates.

Oates himself is being followed by a mysterious man before a lady comes to talk to Campion and the mysterious man runs off.

Campion is invited to stay with the Faradays. A strange eccentric out of date family living in a great mausoleum of a house that is run by the matriarch Caroline Faraday.

Her nephew Andrew a cholar has been missing for 10 days and then later found dead. Bound and shot.

Later someone else has been poisoned.

Again I found the first episode slow going. There are some acidic characters in this and a lovely appearance from Kulvinder Ghir as Mr Cheetoo an Indian student, he certainly has an aura of Sherlock about him.
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2/10
Shoot them zombies
19 January 2019
Navy Seals vs Zombies. Great title, lousy film.

The Seals are played by old, out of shape actors or are they stuntmen?

Some of the Seals seem to turn pacifist when a zombie runs straight after them snarling. Stop telling them to back down, shoot em in the head before you get bitten!

The Seals have been sent to rescue the Vice President on a visit to Baton Rouge who is caught up in a zombie outbreak.

The Seals then try to rescue some scientists who may have a cure for the zombie virus.

This is a low budget film with poor CGI. Some of the stunt work is ok, the Zombie makeup is terrible, some of the acting is poor.

Overall a bad film that the Syfy channel like to show.
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Wheeler (2017)
3/10
A star is born
19 January 2019
Wheeler is a faux documentary about an aspiring country singer Wheeler Bryson (Stephen Dorff.) A 41 year old ordinary guy from Texas who travels to Nashville to make it big as a country singer. Going along with him for the ride is his friend Bobby who documents his endeavours.

In Nashville, Wheeler takes part in some open mic evenings, impresses industry executives and he even gets to meet the legendary Kris Kristofferson. In fact things go swimmingly for Wheeler. His songs are a mixture of new country and folk with Bruce Springsteen like sensibilities.

Apparently Dorff under heavy makeup actually sang in clubs without telling the patrons who he was or that it was being filmed. However I had no idea why this film was being shot as a documentary. Even worse as the film goes on Dorff starts to sing again and again. The songs are not that good.

I actually thought it might be a mockumentary and somewhere it would be played for laughs. However it is all a serious drama and you get the feeling there will be some tragedy involved.

Dorff obviously wants to show his acting and singing chops. The movie is just boring and some of the songs are just dirge.

The most interesting aspect about the film is when Wheeler tells a friend a story about how all Texans are illegal immigrants. People moved there in the 19th century from other parts of the USA as it offered free land and low taxes. It was then owned by Mexico before it became its own country and then joined the rest of the USA. You see not all Texans are rednecks.
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Father Brown: The Darkest Noon (2019)
Season 7, Episode 5
6/10
The Darkest Noon
18 January 2019
Father Brown and Inspector Mallory have disappeared.

Blind 'Arry found a dead body of another vagrant at the churchyard. In the absence of Mallory. Sergeant Goodfellow deals with the corpse who seems to have taken barbiturates to claim his own life.

Sergeant Goodfellow discovers that the last thing that Mallory did was look into an old murder case of George and Jasmin Haggard. The suspect was never caught.

Mrs McCarthy and Bunty also discover that Father Brown went to a mansion linked to the Haggards deaths.

Sergeant Goodfellow along with Mrs McCarthy and Bunty find themselves in a race against time to save Father Brown and Inspector Mallory. Both men are caught in a trap set up by an innocent man.

This was actually a story where Father Brown needs saving as the focus shifts to Sergeant Goodfellow. It was interesting that the innocent man blamed Father Brown and Mallory's predecessor for not being able to save the woman he loved.
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7/10
The Dancing Men
18 January 2019
Looking back it is wonderful to see a fit and healthy Jeremy Brett at full flow as Holmes. The way he pronounces 'Eldridges' or the theatrical way he rushes around in his room with his dressing gown on.

Hilton Cubitt visits Sherlock Holmes when a mysterious message in the form of drawings of little men in various positions that disturbs his younger American wife.

She receives further messages and Hilton knows that her wife might have had a murky past in America. Hilton will do anything to protect his wife.

Holmes manages to crack the code but is unable to prevent a tragedy.

Inspector Martin is grateful for any assistance that Holmes is able to provide.

The Dancing Men is just a very good but sad mystery.
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Death in Paradise: Episode #8.2 (2019)
Season 8, Episode 2
6/10
Episode 8.2
18 January 2019
Saint-Marie has a zoo. The owner is killed by a tranquilizer dart, Jack Mooney and the team has to investigate the murder.

Jack also has to contend with Dwayne's replacement. Officer Ruby Patterson is the Commander's niece and it looks like she is not cut out to be a police officer. Especially as she manages to shoot JP with a tranquilizer dart.

It was a nicely constructed episode that mixed with Ruby's infectious zeal which is not to everyone's taste. Underneath she is rather sharp when you think she is gossiping but finding out more details.

I did think the way the murder was committed was rather preposterous. I have been to paradise islands, you hardly notice mosquito bites until after you have been bitten. Not sure how a dart could be mistaken for a mosquito unless Saint-Marie has large genetically modified ones.
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7/10
These are the days of our lives
18 January 2019
My youngest son who was born years after Freddie Mercury died. He started to sing some Queen songs when he was still a toddler. I knew then that their music was going to live forever. They have joined The Beatles and Abba whose songs transcends generations.

A lot about Freddie Mercury is well known. Bohemian Rhapsody brings very little that is new to the table.

Credit has to go to Bryan Singer for framing the story from the band's beginnings to their triumphant performance at Live Aid in 1985.

I was worried that some white actor would play Freddie Mercury, real name Farouk Bulsara who was of Indian origin. Rami Malek is at least of Egyptian origin.

We see young Freddie working at an airport. When a student band loses its lead singer, Freddie offers his services, he could reach some high notes and he dresses extravagantly. When the band has some initial success, he becomes legally Freddie Mercury.

The band members have a tumultuous relationship. John Deakins is more normal, Roger Taylor could be temperamental, Brian May had big curly hair and a homemade electric guitar. All of them could write songs and fight to get it on the albums. Together they created a string of hit songs. Some of them catchy: We Will Rock You, others were more extravagant such as Bohemian Rhapsody.

Freddie though although he has a girlfriend from the early days of the band is soon struggling with his sexuality. As the band gets bigger, his appetite for a hedonistic lifestyle increases. This includes casual relationships with men and self destructive behaviour that causes further conflicts within the band.

Singer knows how to lift the film with Queen songs. He does well to recreate the events of Live Aid which is the point where the band best known songs get pump out.

Queen aficionados would know when liberties have been taken with the truth and the timeline of the band.

Malek delivers as Freddie, especially with the accent. I thought Joseph Mazzello was good as Deakins. I enjoyed the unrecognisable cameo from Mike Myers as the record head.

After Bohemian Rhapsody finished, my wife turned around and said she was really entertained by the movie.
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Hannay: Coup de Grace (1989)
Season 2, Episode 1
5/10
Coup de Grace
17 January 2019
The opening episode of the second series has an intriguing story and some melodrama. However it does not fit in with an action-adventure series that Hanny was meant to be.

There is more action in the opening titles with a matchbox floating down a stream.

Hanny is fencing with a friend, Sir Marcus Leonard who gives him some fencing tips.

Hannay is smittened by a beautiful widow, Sybil Verney. Marcus knows her and tells Hanny to be wary of her.

Sybil tells Hannay that Marcus is blackmailing her father. He has letters in his safe that she wants in her possession.

Hannay learns to how to break into a safe. However he later finds out from Marcus that Sybil is not someone who she claims to be.

I have a feeling this could all end in a sword fight. I did have an issue with a music hall brawl, surely someone as clever as Hannay could smuggle some letters out somehow.
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Remington Steele: Small Town Steele (1984)
Season 2, Episode 17
6/10
Small Town Steele
17 January 2019
It certainly is a Bad Day at Black Rock in this intriguing and entertaining episode. A good blend of mystery, tension and some comedy.

When an academic disappears while on a research trip in a small hick town. Laura and Remington arrive and find out that the locals have zipped their mouths shut and they do not like strangers poking around.

The local Sheriff tells them that the Professor moved on elsewhere.

All the time the townsfolk are running down the clock. They just need for some time to relapse and come into a jackpot.

When Mildred rushes to see Remington, even she is put to jail for the weekend.

Things get serious when Laura and Remington come across a dead body. Then there is a story of missing money from a heist some years earlier, money that was never recovered.

Paul Gleason was familiar face in the 1980s, usually playing stern or sleazy types. Here he is the Sheriff and you are not quiet sure how bad he is. It is a nicely nuanced performance with a hint of comedy.
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6/10
Out for a paddle
17 January 2019
Seymour talks about the time running his school where he had a cook from the Ukraine. He could not pay her a living wage or else she would be getting more than him. Her food tasted like a railway station.

Crusher goes white water canoeing on his half day. He has a yellow canoe to go with his yellow car.

It gives Seymour an idea to build a canoe of his own with Wesley's help and get Compo in peak fitness.

Of course things do not go well, Compo sinks to the bottom in the first attempt as he goes through the fiberglass. Even the local pub would not have him in such a wet condition. Although Clegg remarks that Compo is not much better when he is dry.

On the second attempt, the boat has been reinforced heavily. Well that would float well then!

Seymour is not much of an inventor but his musings tend to be more interesting. If you want equality you will death is a big fan of it.
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Mrs. Wilson: Episode #1.2 (2018)
Season 1, Episode 2
6/10
Episode 2
17 January 2019
Mrs Wilson is keeping the truth from her children. However they get an inkling of their dad's deceptions when one of them does his own digging.

Alison gets no help from the foreign office. She decides to confront Dorothy Wick and then later Shahbaz Karim.

Dorothy a former actress tells Alison of her and Alec's life together in India. How she told her son that her father was killed in the war.

Shahbaz sculptured Alec for espionage work. Moulded him to be a comfortable liar and took discomfort when his fictional life mixed with reality.

In all this Alison loved Alec, put up with living in poverty, terrible bedsits up flights of steps. Thinking that one day they would move to his palatial family home. Her mother makes an offer to look after the kids and she turns it down.

We really got to see more of Keeley Hawes in this episode after getting glimpses of her in the first episode. Just one of the many wronged people by Alex and someone coping to do her best.

The episode started slowly buty took off once Dorothy and Alison really start talking.
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Downsizing (2017)
6/10
The incredible shrinking man
17 January 2019
Downsizing is a satirical movie about consumerism, the underclass, looking out for one another, ecological disaster and even cults.

After a Norwegian scientist Dr Jorgen Asbjornsen invents a process to shrink humans down to five inches. People take up the idea this radical idea. It is good for the environment, little people and little animals need less resources and they create less waste.

It is good for the environment. More importantly your $ goes a long long way in a miniaturised society.

Once downsizing has become more popular after a number of years. Paul Safranek (Matt Damon) and his wife Audrey (Kristen Wiig) decide to go for it like a few of their friends.

They figure that once they sell their house and with their savings, they could live a very comfortable life in a palatial home at a small society. After the procedure, Paul finds out that his wife backed out at the last minute. Alone his life goes through a downward spiral in this new environment.

However once he makes friends with party loving neighbour Dusan (Christoph Waltz) his sailor pal Konrad (Udo Kier) he looks at life differently. Especially when he comes across their maid Ngoc Lan Tran, a Vietnamese activist who was forcibly shrunk, injured her leg and who lives in a shanty town. Even in this new society there are the have nots.

Director Alexander Payne took a creative risk with Downsizing. It is less about living in a minituasied society more about the new hidden problems. People who are the underclass. Those that were downsized involuntarily or where the procedure went wrong or just [people who run out of money in their new utopia.

Paul's life does no go according to plan and it takes a left turn thanks to Dusan and then Ngoc. Dusan and Konrad are wise charming spivs who have spotted an opportunity to make money. Waltz and Kier are like a veteran comedy duo.

Ultimately it becomes a story of a growing bond between Paul and Ngoc. She is a busy bee, working, finding food for her little community and helping out people in pain. She is practical and unsentimental.

The trouble with Downsizing is that it is too long and the first half of the movie should had been cut down to size.
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3/10
The Killings at Badger's Drift
16 January 2019
I once caught part of a Midsomer Murders episode and my mouth dropped as to the appalling dialogue. I have always given the series a wide berth but decided to give the opening episode a try.

Midsomer Murders to me looks like an Agatha Christie type whodunnit with some dark comedy and set in the modern day. A small rural county with nasty poisonous people. The most poisonous actually being a producer of the show who decided they were not going to have any ethnic minorities in this far from idyllic villages.

DCI Barnaby and DS Troy arrive to investigate the death of an elderly lady, Emily Simpson in the village of Badger's Drift. Her friend thinks that the death is suspicious and there is reference to a death a few years earlier that may had been a bit suspicious.

That death was of a lady called Bella, killed in what looked like an accidental shooting during a bird shoot. She was the wife of Henry Trace, the wealthy local landowner. He is now about to marry a younger woman, Katherine who is always squabbling with his artist brother. The most bizarre people Barnaby encounters is a camp undertaker who drives a Porsche with the personalised number plate RIP who lives with his eccentric mother.

The first thing that struck me was Barnaby talking to his sergeant several times like he was a simpleton. I know the rules of drama is that the subordinate asks the questions that the audience wants answers to, but this was taking the biscuit.

I rather liked the mystery with various characters having something to hide. The writing though was like stale cheese that had gone off. Some of it was plain nonsense, maybe it was meant to be like that.

Here is an example. Troy is driving a car on the main road, a car pulls out from the side road on to their path and Troy has to avoid it. Troy mentions that the driver did not check the mirror. This mirror comment is significant in a dream sequence that Barnaby has which leads him to the culprit.

It is just that when you pull out of a side road, you look left and right not your mirror!
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Knight Rider: Let It Be Me (1984)
Season 2, Episode 23
5/10
Let It Be Me
16 January 2019
Michael Long's lost love Stevie March returns. She is now a singer in a rock band. The lead singer of the band Greg Noble has died and she contacts the Foundation.

Michael joins the band, pretending he was well known as a singer in Australia.

Michael comes across some binary code in Greg's videos which is deciphered as airline schedules. The Foundation thinks that someone associated with the band is using the code for smuggling drugs.

The plot is hokey and silly. It is all an excuse for David Hasselhoff to sing. Steer clear if you cannot stand his songs, as Hasselhoff sings throughout the episode.

Cheesiest line goes to Stevie who tells Michael that she and Greg were a couple but at night she thought of him!
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Boon: Thieves Like Us (1995)
Season 7, Episode 14
5/10
Thieves Like Us
16 January 2019
This turned out to be the final episode of Boon but belatedly broadcast by ITV.

Ken and Harry are Smith and Jones. They check in at a 5 star hotel as conference organisers and even get the hotel manager drunk to get more information out of him.

It is all to prove the innocence of the previous head of security, now in jail for a robbery that occurred but the money was never found. Rocky and Alex have got jobs working at the hotel.

Mike Puckett the new head of security has changed the security system as it now requires two people with two keys. He is also on to Ken and Harry.

By this time, Boon was really the chemistry between the main team. The story and caper here was mainly secondary. It got bogged down a little with some double crosses and the bad guy's plan was very much nonsense. I mean two thefts from the same hotel in a short space of time!
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Delicious: Episode #3.3 (I) (2019)
Season 3, Episode 3
2/10
Episode 3.3
16 January 2019
Mimi Vincent tells the family that she has cancer. She wants a celebratory wake while she is still alive.

It brings the families together even Adam returns to the fold in order to cook something special for his grandmother.

There is even a thaw in the relationship between Gina and Mason Eliot. Especially as both Gina and Sam have played childish games with him.

The series goes along with its increasingly irritating and stupid ways.
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5/10
Blowing with the wind
16 January 2019
Llewyn Davis (Oscar Isaac) is a guy with a Welsh name who is not going anywhere in the New York folk scene of 1961.

Luck is not on his side, the audience do not connect with him and he is full of self loathing. He couch surfs with friends or people he has just met and he can be very rude to people.

The film opens with Llewyn singing beautifully in a club, he then gets beaten up outside. By the end of the movie we find out why he was beaten up in this bittersweet tale.

Llewyn Davis is in a bit of a mess. His singing partner killed himself. He might had got another woman pregnant. His latest record is not selling and he is on the verge of giving up music. He is lumbered with a cat that has escaped from a house he stayed at, then that goes missing.

The Coen brothers give us an initially interesting character study which ultimately falls flat. Isaac gives a beautiful performance. The film has a blue wintery palette. It signifies Llewyn's cold personality and his frosty relationship with life.
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6/10
Crusher's mix up
15 January 2019
We still get more of Seymour the eccentric inventor. He has created a voice activated door lock. There is no need for keys as far as he is concerned.

Say the right codeword and it is open sesame. The word is Codfanglers, nowadays it would be 'Hello Alexa.'

Of course it does not work. I think word has got about that Seymour is not much of a fix it man. Wally has given a carpet shampooer and Crusher has given a food mixer to Seymour to fix it. Nora and Ivy turn up and demand their stuff back.

A lot of the episode is about reminiscences. Compo whimsically reflects on a warm summer's day, standing outside Nora's kitchen while she was baking a walnut & date cake. He kept an old bit of dried date in his pocket for years only to fling it in the pond thinking it might had been ferret droppings.

The episode seems unusual as it featured more remembrances than contraptions going wrong.
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5/10
The Mystery of the Blue Jar
15 January 2019
Dr Lavington (Michael Aldridge) is a medical man of the soul.

While on holiday to try to write a book, he comes across articled clerk Jack Hartington. He looks tired, spooked even. Jack claims that while playing golf early in the morning he heard a woman shriek; "Murder! Help! Murder!"

There was a young French woman nearby but she claimed not to have heard anything.

This event was repeated again and Jack is worried, which is why he has sought Dr Lavington who is staying in the same hotel as him.

Jack also has an uncle staying at the village, whose house he goes to often. His uncle has a blue jar where they put the umbrellas in. However when a seance his held, the blue jar suddenly becomes bait.

This is a very wordy episode. It really is a matter of whether the noises are in Jack's head or it is a part of an elaborate scam? I think the direction could had been a bit more exciting. When it comes to it, it is Jack's uncle who works things out.
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Partners in Crime: The Ambassador's Boots (1983)
Season 1, Episode 6
6/10
The Ambassador's Boots
15 January 2019
Partners in Crime has been an uneven series.

The Ambassador's Boots is more like it and if only more episodes showed a similar verve and sleuthing. It also is a sumptuous looking episode.

The American Ambassador had a mixed up with his bag as he arrived to Britain on a ship. He ended up leaving the ship with a similar bag with similar initials and only later the correct bag was delivered to him. The Ambassador's bag only contained his boots.

The Ambassador asks Tommy and Tuppence to look into it. Later the Ambassador's valet commits suicide.

Tommy thinks that there was no accidental mix up. He realises that the Ambassador's kitbag will not go through a custom inspection.

Tuppence has fun dancing the Charleston with the American Ambassador in a club. An early clue is given when a young lady collapses and it not for being drunk.

Albert gets to act out his cowboy fantasies when he lassos a henchman.

Tommy is shown to be more smart, cunning and resourceful here as he realises that he is walking to an obvious trap.
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Mystery!: Campion: Look to the Lady: Part 2 (1989)
Season 1, Episode 2
6/10
Look to the Lady: Part 2
15 January 2019
Campion helpfully recaps the events of the previous episode at the start of this one just in case the viewer was left confused.

There was a copy made of the Gyrth Chalice which the gang ended up pursuing. The wrong chalice.

Lugg was scared out of his wits in the woods and Campion goes out to hunt for a giant goat or monster.

Meanwhile Campion has a hunch who is desperate enough to arrange the theft of the chalice.

There was a lot more urgency in the concluding part of this story. A lot of actors putting eccentric turns and sporting strong country accents.

There is even peril for Campion against a rampaging horse. Inspector Oates makes an appearance.

A touch of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade about the final scenes. It was touching to see Gordon Jackson as Professor Cairey.
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Mystery!: Campion: Look to the Lady: Part 1 (1989)
Season 1, Episode 1
5/10
Look to the Lady: Part 1
15 January 2019
Peter Davison after playing a vet, time lord and a harassed doctor turned detective in the tail end of the 1980s.

This introduction to Albert Campion and his manservant Lugg was exquisitely made but lukewarm.

Campion needs to find a vagrant who is in fact from a wealthy family who fell out with his father.

Campion needs to find Val Gyrth because an international gang of thieves plan to steal the valuable Gyrth Chalice.

Davison brings humour to Campion. It seem he and Lugg are resourceful but maybe not always on the straight and narrow.

I think the Campion of the books is supposed to be a bit bland. This first instalment of a two part story was equally bland.
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Father Brown: The Demise of the Debutante (2019)
Season 7, Episode 4
6/10
The Demise of the Debutante
15 January 2019
Illegal abortion, an unwed mother, a dodgy American priest and murder at a finishing school.

Not to forget Mrs McCarthy accidentally gets shot.

This was a strange episode as the murder count was really ramped up.

Maude Riley, just out of jail for carrying out illegal abortions dies in a tragic motor vehicle accident. Quickly followed by another death.

This was a rather off kilter episode. A weird hallucinatory sequence and a deluded killer.
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Les Misérables: Episode #1.3 (2019)
Season 1, Episode 3
6/10
Episode 3
14 January 2019
Episode was very well paced. Even two years pass by in a matter of seconds at one point.

Valjean goes to recuse a man charged for the crimes that he himself had committed. He reveals his true identity to the court and to Javert. Valjean goes to prison but not before he rushes off to see the dying Fantine.

Two years later, Valjean comes across little Cosette, Fantine's daughter. Valjean generously purchases Cosette from Monsieur and Madame Thénardier. However Monsieur Thénardier feels Valjean's fury when he returns to demand more money.

However Valjean is on the run and Javert is still on the scent. Not before time, Javert deals with the awful Thénardier's.

Not only well paced but Dominic West really sells Valjean. He could be honourable, a brute and yet also pathetic as well. His sense of honour causes more problems than it solves.
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