Amy Burns

Amy Burns
Amy Burns's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Independent (UK)
Publications: Independent (UK)

tv Reviews Only

T-Meter Title | Year Review
86% War & Peace: Season 1 (TV, 2016) Dano was excellent as the confused and easily led Pierre, visibly uncomfortable in the role of aristocrat. - Independent (UK) EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 5, 2016
90% Downton Abbey: Season 6 (TV, 2011-2016) For a series set almost 100 years ago, the storylines were surprisingly relevant today. - Independent (UK) EDIT
Read More | Posted Jun 29, 2016
80% Call the Midwife: Season 5 (TV, 2012) I think the BBC was going for "heart-warmingly upbeat" when it commissioned yet another series of Call the Midwife. Sadly, what it got was more "gut-churningly twee". - Independent (UK) EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 19, 2016
90% Doctor Who: Season 9 (TV, 2006) Traditional fans will have been delighted by the reappearance of an old enemy. - Independent (UK) EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 21, 2015
88% Homeland: Season 5 (TV, 2011) This was Homeland back at its absolute best. Peppered with topical references - including Isis and Edward Snowden - and boasting, as always, a string of excellent actors. - Independent (UK) EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 12, 2015
86% House of Cards: Season 4 (TV, 2013-2018) The film-quality production and ever-impressive accents, coupled with the stellar cast and host of new faces (Neve Campbell and Cicely Tyson among them) made for an excellent start to the new series. - Independent (UK) EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 7, 2016
77% The Walking Dead: Season 6 (TV, 2010) There's always been a part of me asking "just how long can you be chased by zombies for before it all starts to get a bit boring?" And if last night's season six premiere was anything to go by, I now have my answer - about five series - Independent (UK) EDIT
Read More | Posted Oct 15, 2015
89% Downton Abbey: Series 06 (TV, 2010) For a series set almost 100 years ago, the storylines were surprisingly relevant today. - Independent (UK) EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 21, 2015