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If "falling for a movie star" is the potential hook, Matafeo is the one doing the reeling in and doing it with all the confidence that Jessie has.
"Starstruck" is a charmer, despite it's unlikelihoods and its conventional "Notting Hill"-esque moves.
It's enormous fun as long as you don't squint and think too deeply about the plotting itself.
Once you are over this slightly improbable premise and a slightly flat first episode while everybody finds their rhythm in this fairytale-inflected Hackney romcom, there is a lot to enjoy. There's Matafeo's performance for starters.
"Starstruck" is a refreshing comedy about what happens when a young woman's meet-cute with a movie star takes a romantic, awkward turn.
Starstruck is just a really enjoyable, funny, romantic series with a wonderful cast that you'll smash through in a night and probably recommend to friends.
The charm of Rose Matafeo and the chemistry she has with Nikesh Patel is more than enough reason to watch Starstruck.
Starstruck is a cotton-candy confection, a breezy six episodes marked by sweetness and levity that once you've finished, you'll be devastated there isn't more of.
Though it is sometimes too ready to stoop for cheap laughs, Starstruck will leave you yearning to know if Tom and Jessie get back together.
Halfway into the first of six episodes it looked like Starstruck was going to be latest in a long line of comedies attempting to get by without a single decent joke. But it got better, especially when Minnie Driver turned up.
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