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Bernice Harrison

Bernice Harrison
Bernice Harrison's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Irish Times

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
95% Peaky Blinders: Season 4 (TV, 2017) It looks fantastic and expensive in its historical accuracy; the BBC is unbeatable at this sort of thing.‐ Irish Times
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78% The Living and the Dead: Miniseries (TV, 2016) Beautifully filmed and directed by Alice Troughton, it's an appealingly old-fashioned ghost story but with depth, set against a backdrop of a rural society on the cusp of great change.‐ Irish Times
Read More | Posted Aug 14, 2017
67% The A Word: Season 1 (TV, 2016) The A Word is a family drama where a member of that family has a disability rather than a "disability drama", which is an intriguing enough proposition.‐ Irish Times
Read More | Posted Aug 14, 2017
80% Wallander: Series 4 (TV, 2016) Branagh inhabits the role so fully, glimpses of the gloomy intense detective aren't entirely bleached out by the sunshine.‐ Irish Times
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100% Happy Valley: Season 2 (TV, 2016) Wainwright layers her stories like a tightly structured, best-selling thriller, so as well as the hunt for the murderer, now identified as a serial killer, other interlinked secondary plots are introduced.‐ Irish Times
Read More | Posted May 16, 2017
87% Homeland: Season 5 (TV, 2015) It's shaping up to be a terrific series.‐ Irish Times
Read More | Posted Aug 14, 2017
88% House of Cards: Season 4 (TV, 2016) Watching House of Cards isn't tethered to real time, of course: it seems almost counter-pop cultural to watch only one episode on release day and not binge on the full 13.‐ Irish Times
Read More | Posted Aug 14, 2017
91% The Night Manager: Miniseries (TV, 2016) Writer David Farr has updated the novel for TV. His referencing of current conflicts in the Middle East helps give The Night Manager a compelling immediacy. It's a glossy, lavish drama and a Sunday-night winner.‐ Irish Times
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98% Wolf Hall: Series 1 (TV, 2015) It looks beautiful and has the intrigue of a modern political thriller, with snappy, colloquial dialogue that owes more to contemporary drama than ye-olde-English pastiche.‐ Irish Times
Read More | Posted Aug 14, 2017
87% Broadchurch: Season 2 (TV, 2015) Even though series two of Broadchurch can't be as compelling, tense and original as series one, it's still a must-see.‐ Irish Times
Read More | Posted Aug 14, 2017
74% Billions: Season 1 (TV, 2016) It's a compelling, high-octane power-and-privilege romp -- essentially Gordon Gecko updated. Watch episode one and you'll want to watch them all.‐ Irish Times
Read More | Posted Aug 14, 2017
96% American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson (TV, 2016) Cuba Gooding jr doesn't look like OJ Simpson, nor does he have his presence. And once John Travolta arrives, camping it up as defence attorney Robert Shapiro, all hope of taking this as anything other than a cheesy romp is compromised.‐ Irish Times
Read More | Posted Aug 14, 2017
90% The Missing: Season 1 (TV, 2014-2015) I didn't expect the final episode to be such a mixture of neat endings and open-ended misery.‐ Irish Times
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89% Mad Men: Season 7 (TV, 2014-2015) Weiner has said that each will be like a finale. The opening one has been a terrific beginning of the end.‐ Irish Times
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100% The Fall: Season 1 (TV, 2013) Anderson is fantastic as an updated version of DI Jane Tennison, Helen Mirren's detective in Prime Suspect : in her head she's the boss but in reality she isn't.‐ Irish Times
Read More | Posted Aug 14, 2017
88% The Americans: Season 1 (TV, 2013) Rhys and Russell give Emmy-worthy performances as people managing multiple identities.‐ Irish Times
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85% Luther: Season 3 (TV, 2013) Luther is good at dropping in moments of heightened suspense just as you're starting to think the script is packed with so many cinematic clichés you might just laugh. That's if you weren't so scared.‐ Irish Times
Read More | Posted Aug 14, 2017