The work of a dying man; a gift to the nation he loved dearly and hated in equal measure. It is perfect.
A delightfully cynical and meta horror-comedy gem that will have you in stitches or cowering under the blankets, or both.
It’s a brilliant and important film, and deserves to be heralded as a modern classic.
A deeply rewarding, richly layered, intelligent and, at times, terrifying document of the 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq.
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That versatility. That husky, whispery voice. That steely, brooding gaze. We place a spotlight on one of the screen's most charismatic chameleons.
We look at the history of this series and its presence in popular culture.