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What are the best Colm McCarthy movie and TV productions?

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  1. 1The Girl with All the Gifts

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    The Girl with All the Gifts is a post-apocalyptic zombie film directed by Colm McCarthy. Released in 2016, it was adapted from the M.R. Carey novel with the same title. It starred Gemma Arterton, Paddy Considine, Glenn Close, and Sennia Nanua.

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  1. 2Injustice

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    Injustice is a five-part crime drama TV series directed by Colm McCarthy. It premiered on ITV June 6, 2011, and was released on DVD on June 13, 2011. It starred James Purefoy, Charlie Creed-Miles, Devla Kirwan, Robert Whitelock, and Lisa Diveney.

  2. 3Black Mirror

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    Black Mirror is today's version of the sci-fi TV series The Twilight Zone back in the sixties. This BBC production created by Charlie Brooker is an anthology series following the advancement of technology and how it shapes and controls our minds.

  1. 4Peaky Blinders

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    Peaky Blinders is a British TV drama that tells the story of the Peaky Binders crime gang, set in Birmingham during the aftermath of the First World War. The show centers on the fight of this criminal gang against the police.

  2. 5Outcast

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    Outcast is a supernatural thriller movie directed by Colm McCarthy. Released in 2012 in the United Kingdom and distributed by Vertigo Films, it starred James Cosmo, James Nesbitt, Ian Whyte, Niall Bruton, Karen Gillan, and Kate Dickie.

  3. 6Krypton

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    Krypton is a sci-fi superhero TV series that first aired on Syfy on March 21, 2018. Krypton a spin-off series based on DC Comics iconic superhero, Superman. It features Cameron Cuffe, Georgina Campbell, Shaun Sipos, Elliot Cowan, and Ann Ogbomo.

  4. 7Endeavour

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    Endeavour is a detective TV series that first aired on ITV on January 2, 2012. It is a prequel to Inspector Morse and currently has 23 episodes spanning 5 series. It starred Shaun Evans and Roger Allam with Colm McCarthy directing the pilot episode.

  5. 8Doctor Who: The Bells of Saint John

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    The Bells of Saint John is the sixth episode of the seventh series of the sci-fi TV program Doctor Who. It first aired on BBC One on March 30, 2013. The episode was directed by Colm McCarthy and starred Matt Smith and Jenna-Loise Coleman.

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    July 18, 2018
    "Like me, you probably thought that Krypton would be another superhero movie. Well, sorry to disappoint you, it wasn't. It's actually much, much, much better than your typical superhero movies or series. It brings to life a past we've only glimpsed but never known. It makes Superman and Supergirl more real and it actually explains a lot of the things we take for granted with regards to these Kryptonian heroes. That said, it takes a special director to pull this kind of series off. And a special director it has in Colm McCarthy."
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    July 18, 2018
    "This is one heck of a film. While it focuses on Zombies and survival like any other Zombie materials out there, The Girl with All the Gifts takes it all to another level with the main character being a new kind of Zombie. The cast and crew were great in this movie. But all the sequences here were well-executed, a testament of the talents of this director. I feel that Colm McCarthy would have a lot more movies in the years to come."
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    July 18, 2018
    "One of the best TV series around today. I specifically loved the Black Museum. It was directed by Colt McCarthy and that's how I know about this man. This dude has serious talents as his episode was not only good cinematic-wise, but it has that certain oomph that other episodes in this series didn't have."
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    Black Mirror
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    July 18, 2018
    "This is one TV series that I wouldn't get tired of watching. James Purefoy and Devla Kirwan are a such a joy to watch and Charlie Creed-Miles and Lisa Diveney were great as usual. But then again, I will also give credit to the showrunners on this one. I hope there would be more series like this to come."
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    Injustice
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    July 18, 2018
    "Who doesn't like Doctor Who? Well, probably those folks who haven't seen it. I am willing to bet that once you saw an episode, you'll get hooked and you'll try to find every episode for every season that aired. I know that because I was one of those who dug up all the episodes and all the old movies."
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    Doctor Who: The Bells of Saint John
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    July 18, 2018
    "My man Colm McCarthy is such an underrated director. To have pulled off a movie like this, with all the challenges this movie faced, and still come up with a watchable and memorable film, it speaks volume to this man's talents. You can see how well he performs when he's given free reign."
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    July 18, 2018
    "I gotta admit that season one of Endeavor is my favorite of the series. I love mystery movies and tv series. But Endeavor really hits the right spots. It doesn't feel rushed or over-intellectual. It's actually much better than most people give it credit for."
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    July 18, 2018
    "I think this is one of those British TV series that you can watch over and over. Set in WW1, you can see that the team working on this series poured their hearts and souls into this project. The details alone are out of this world and the acting was superb."
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    Peaky Blinders
This list is about What are the best Colm McCarthy movie and TV productions
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1The Girl with All the GiftsMovies 14 Paid
2InjusticeTV Shows 11 Paid
3Black MirrorTV Shows 9 Paid
4Peaky BlindersTV Shows 7 Paid
5OutcastMovies 7 Paid
6KryptonTV Shows 4 Paid
7EndeavourTV Shows 2 Paid
8Doctor Who: The Bells of Saint JohnTV Shows 1 Paid
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