Outshines the source material in almost every way, with excellent casting and performances, yet is somehow too weighed down by the original to truly reach its potential.
Loveable weirdness with some surprisingly fun gimmicks and dark undertones.
A slightly weak and muddled opening act that eventually finds its feet and sticks a solid landing.
A surprisingly novel (and frequently hilarious) addition to the halls of the Great British panel show.
Simplistic, yet full of heart, and a personal favourite. Oo-da-lally Ay!
Some nice character moments and another interestingly subversive villain, but let down by a lack of original ideas and very little character development.
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