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A.A. Gill

A.A. Gill
A.A. Gill's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Sunday Times (UK)

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
No Score Yet Twelfth Night (2003) It was humourless, heavy-handed, twee and self-righteous. In short, it was a Malvolio of a production.‐ Sunday Times (UK)
Read More | Posted Oct 14, 2018
No Score Yet Cambridge Spies (2003) The Establishment was portrayed as so irredeemably stupid and snobbish that it made you wonder why the communists bothered with spies at all.‐ Sunday Times (UK)
Read More | Posted Oct 14, 2018
No Score Yet Walking With Cavemen (2003) What they've actually made is a very self-important, very expensive version of The Muppet Show, with Latin.‐ Sunday Times (UK)
Read More | Posted Oct 10, 2018
No Score Yet The Second Coming (2003) The first episode was exciting enough to make me want to see how it ended, which I suppose is the point of all religion and, indeed, of science.‐ Sunday Times (UK)
Read More | Posted Oct 10, 2018
No Score Yet The Lost Prince (2003) In The Lost Prince, Poliakoff took a historical moment and built it into something disjointed, scaffolded, cold and unbelievable.‐ Sunday Times (UK)
Read More | Posted Oct 10, 2018
No Score Yet Sons & Lovers (2003) But the pristine setting and perfectly styled costumes aside, this is a beguiling adaptation.‐ Sunday Times (UK)
Read More | Posted Oct 10, 2018
No Score Yet Goodbye, Mr. Chips (2002) In this version, Martin Clunes set his mortarboard at the role and, I must say, he did it incredibly well.‐ Sunday Times (UK)
Read More | Posted Oct 10, 2018
No Score Yet Tomorrow La Scala! (2002) All the clichés of the genre were there, but done with a freshness that allowed us to see them as nearly new.‐ Sunday Times (UK)
Read More | Posted Oct 10, 2018
No Score Yet Daniel Deronda (2002) It was nearly an hour before the real quality of Daniel Deronda became clear, but it was worth the wait.‐ Sunday Times (UK)
Read More | Posted Oct 10, 2018