DVD & Blu-ray review: The Wrong Mans (15)
Various directors, DVD/Blu-ray (180mins)
Friday 08 November 2013
Mathew Baynton's noise-guidance adviser finds himself, along with his dunderheaded colleague (James Corden), part of a deadly kidnap plot taking place in Bracknell. Each episode ends with a Flash Gordon/Batman-style cliffhanger – and the chemistry, the tone and the blend of action and comedy are just right in BBC1's hugely enjoyable series.
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