Written on: 31/03/2011
I am in Malaysia ,reding the the feed back . As I said I my report when doing my degree. To day its hard to find Music , art, photographs that can move you.
its was stated back in the 70s that by the years 2000 much art like music and film will have all been achieved. and life will become much the same. sadly comedy seem never funny any more. Bring back a channel that gives all the oldies and archives.
However this program would have been better. If as some one ells quoted. had more... (read more)
Written on: 31/12/2008
A contender for first programme ever - and what is it with Julie Graham who seems to be the latest 'in' actress? She cannot act and has the sex appeal of Anne Widdecombe!
Baffled viewer. (read more)
Written on: 12/08/2008 by Martin Peel (1 review written)
I put up with the first 5 episodes, thinking that all would be revealed -and make sense- with the 6th and last episode.
It was even more ludicrous than the first five.
Run around -and get in!- in Wells Cathedral in the middle of the night and see as if it was broad day light ... find Excalibur in the pond outside ... I am kicking myself for having wasted 6 hours of my life watching this pompous rubbish. (read more)
Written on: 29/07/2008
I think Bonekickers is utter rubbish! No good points but many bad! (read more)
Written on: 23/07/2008
Bonekickers - what sort of name is that for a series? Headbangers would have been far more accurate! I haven't stopped laughing at the first episode yet, and that was three weeks ago. (read more)
Written on: 23/07/2008 by keatsgb
Great credits, but everything preceeding the credits was ridiculous. (read more)
Written on: 23/07/2008 by caliandris (1 review written)
This is the most awful rubbish I have ever seen dressed up as an interesting drama by the BBC. It has the lowest production values of any programme I have ever seen... beats everything. It isn't even so bad it's good in the style of Blake's 7... it's just BAD. (read more)
Written on: 23/07/2008 by Zoe B Good (1 review written)
I'm all for risks and issues like racism need tackling and it is appropriate for the BBC to challenge racist attitudes. But tackling racism head on in the first two episodes is inviting hostility from the crazies and also likely to make moderate people feel uncomfortable. First win the trust of your viewers and then make them feel uncomfortable. I think the first episode may have turned people off. I missed it, by the way but I've heard nothing else but "It was about some Christian who... (read more)
Written on: 17/07/2008
This has to be the most badly acted badly scripted joke i've ever seen.
At first i thought it was satire, i had to keep waching just for the comedy value. (read more)
Written on: 16/07/2008 by abuvar
Bonekickers was awful, patronising rubbish. The acting was abysmal, particularly the lead actress (head of department). I believe we are supposed to find her to be a bit of saucy minx, however, she just came across as a bit sad and embarrassing to me. I have never left a review for anything before but after watching this I felt compelled. It is not as if they are incapable or short of cash, Dr Who for example is world class so there is no excuse for wasting our licence money in this way. (read more)
Written on: 10/07/2008 by john
I'm well aware that television dramas aren't documentaries and as such do not need to be factually accurate. However, for this program, factual accuracy would've given it at least one redeeming quality. But no, failure on all accounts. This might appeal to a family audience in the same way 'doctor who' does, but on a tuesday after the watershed and containing unsuitable scenes there's little chance of that happening. I just don't know what they were thinking, when they... (read more)