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Certification15 Our Rating

Liz Lemon, (Tina Fey) is the head writer on a variety series on NBC Studios. With the Jack Donaghy as Vice President of East Coast Television, played by Alec Baldwin, Series four sustains the same standard that has maintained it so far with plenty of exceptional moments. The characters are still all hugely dysfunctional and written with enormous affection and comic effect. The situations beautifully constructed. This set contains all the episodes from the show’s fourth series.

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Certification15 Our Rating

Episode 14: Title: “Interpretive Dance”
Episode 15 Title: “Romantic Expressionism”
Episode 16 Title: “Communication Studies”
Episode 17 Title: “Physical Education”
Episode 18 Title: “Basic Genealogy”
Episode 19 Title: “Beginner Pottery”

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Weeelll... same old really, isn't it? A plethora of good looking, vaguely 'highbrow' British stars; lovely shots of a picturesque London (Peckham, anyone?); and the affable Richard Curtis at the helm. Hugh Grant IS in it, but don't let that put you off, as he only appears for about 20 minutes. In fact, every character appears only briefly. This film differs from Notting Hill/Four Weddings fare because it weaves many different mini-stories (each about love in its many forms), which means that find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

All twelve episodes from the first series of the classic satirical puppet show. No target was safe from the series' gunsights: Margaret Thatcher and her cabinet, the opposition, the Liberals, Ronald Reagan, the Pope and the Royal Family could all find themselves up for a painful ribbing on any given programme. The series was worked around the current week's news stories and featured a number of famous impressionists, including Chris Barrie, Rory Bremner, Phil Cornwell, Steve Coogan, John Culs find out more...


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Iris (who lives in England) and Amanda (who lives in America) are both unlucky in love but all that starts to change when they decide to swap homes in a holiday exchange. A fantastically predictable romantic comedy marketed entirely for how the Americans view themselves and us. The Holiday is nicely shot, populated by beautiful famous people and will happily pass the time on an evening when the last think you want to do is think. Think 'Love Actually', if you loved that you'll love this. find out more...