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marcus evansReviews from World Productions a marcus evans entertainment company

World Productions, a marcus evans entertainment company. World productions have been making high quality television drama for the last 20 years. In 2012 World Productions became part of ME Entertainment and continues to make high quality original drama for television. Please read below a latest selection of marcus evans reviews from its entertainment division.

The Great Train Robbery Review

The Great Train Robbery - World Productions award winning drama - a marcus entertainment company ... led by Bruce Reynolds (Luke Evans) and their role in the crime of the century "There's a brilliant moment when Evans as Reynolds realizes just how much trouble they are in. “It’s too much” he says to the news that they have stolen over 2.6 million pounds, some 41 million in today’s terms."

Line of Duty, series two, final episode, BBC Two, review

Michael Hogan applauds the toe-curlingly, cushion-clutchingly tense climax of BBC Two's police corruption thriller Line of Duty
Daily Telegraph 'Toe-scrunchingly tense, hypnotically paced and impeccably performed' 'Wham bam, this cop show had me pinned to my seat'

Latest Reviews

The Fear reviews

Escalating violence and Richie's rapid descent into a twilight world of frustration and confusion make The Fear one of the most compelling and addictive television dramas of 2012. It's jam-packed with great performances and stunning visuals, and Richard Cottan's script is fresh and original. Michael Samuels directs with considerable flair and style and is clearly a name to watch out for in future.

The Bletchley Circle reviews

The idea of a group of former Bletchley Park code-breakers banding together as crime-fighters is more promising for a new crime drama than many. The Guardian

Reviews from World Productions a marcus evans entertainment company

marcus evans reviews The Bletchley Circle follows the journey of four ordinary women with extraordinary skills that helped to end World War II. When Susan discovers a hidden code behind an unsolved murder she is met by skepticism from the police. She quickly realises she can only begin to crack the murders and bring the culprit to justice with her former friends. The Bletchley Circle paints a vivid portrait of post-war Britain in this fictional tale of unsung heroes

This Life review

Politically savvy, witty and funny, Matt Smith gives a great performance.It is an established fact that if you lie down with politicians you will get up with scandal, corruption and possibly fleas. But you will have a good time