The Eleven O’Clock News: TV Reviews Are Funny (and so is the fact that this took ten hours to make)

This is so not-at-six-o’clock because every time I went near anything Sherlock-based online I either tried to lift everything from Sherlockology for The Webways or sat watching Benedict Cumberbatch interviews.

Hardest name I’ve ever had to type.

Very interesting in interview.

Anyway, I had so much fun reading reviews that I decided to highlight them instead of just a round-up. Television reviews are a weird and wacky type of writing… the hyperbole and metaphors are like how I imagine Fifty Shades to be.

The Guardian

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Den of Geek

I had never previously heard of Dan of Geek but I might go back to see if all the language is as… bright.

DanOfGeek1

DanOfGeek2

DanOfGeek3

The Daily Mail

Here we go.

Mail1

Mail2

Mail3

Mail4

You’re welcome. Now I’m completely excited for Sunday night (best man speech!) and dreading Monday (school! With a day spent  not homeworking but on a fansite or watching the shitty Percy Jackson film! Not you, pre-Charlie Logan. The screenplay. If actual Annabeth could see film Annabeth she’d launch into some moves with her knife. Ugh).

I would also like someone to give Mark Gatiss an award for publically complaining about Les Mis. Holy shit I thought I was one of maybe five people who can’t cope with the child death and utter lack of hope. Or not if you’re a theist/character, but whatever. Happy Friday.

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3 thoughts on “The Eleven O’Clock News: TV Reviews Are Funny (and so is the fact that this took ten hours to make)

  1. I have to admit, I have not yet taken the time to read you’re wonderfully highlighted articles (I will, when I’m not attempting (but procrastinating) to draw coin sorters or French patisserie products), but I would like to take the time o congratulate you on actually going through all that for our benefit. 🙂 If it was me, I probably wouldn’t have bothered, but that is because I am a very very lazy person. Or, as I put in my Spanish today, ‘Soy extremadamente perezosa’. I was supposed to be describing my house but hey ho.

    And, are you saying you hate Les Mis too? Me too!

    x

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    1. “your”, snowflake.

      (Sorry.

      Or not.)

      YES YOU TOO HALLELUJAH WE’RE NOT ALONE LET’S ALL NOT WATCH IT TOGETHER!!

      Plus good Spanish. I literally know ‘gracias’ and ‘Lluna’ like the restaurant.

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