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Olivia Colman film reviews

Olivia Colman

British actress

30 January 1974
in NorwichNorfolk, EnglandUnited Kingdom


Black Books

as Tanya

Cabaret  2000

Bernard Black is owner of small old-fashioned bookshop that barely breaks even, mostly thanks to Bernard’s customer service skills... that he has none. He hires Manny to help around the shop, but his happy-go-lucky attitude really gets on Bernard’s nerves.



Cabaret  2000

Sketch show written by David Mitchell and Robert Webb, with help from such writers as Richard Ayoade, Ricky Gervais, Matt Holness and James Bachman.


The Mitchell and Webb Situation

Cabaret  2001

Comedy duo Mitchell and Webb in their first solo project - sketch show telling short stories of peoples lives from inept writers to happy tramps.


Peep Show

as Sophie

Cabaret  2003

Mark works in an office of insurance company. He is responsible, reliable and dull. Jeremy is kind of unemployed musician, who is nothing like Mark. But they share a flat and kind of complete each other.


Green Wing

as Harriet Schulenburg

Cabaret  2004

Dr. Caroline Todd is about to start a job in hospital, but everything goes wrong for her - she has to sleep in the car, all the people she meet treat her brusquely and she has doubts if she is in the right place. But her problems comparing to rest of the staff are actually quite trivial.


That Mitchell and Webb Look

Cabaret  2006

Sketch show starring Robert Webb and David Mitchell.


Hut 33

as Minka

Cabaret  2007

What did you do during the war, daddy? I was sitting in a hut, I can’t tell you where, I can’t tell you what I was doing, but it was vital for the war effort...


Hot Fuzz

as Doris Thatcher

Cabaret  2007

London policeman Nicholas Angel is transferred to a small village of Sandford, where his special skills will be wasted on petty thief cases or jaywalking. Unless there is some hidden agenda in Sandford.


Twenty Twelve

as Sally Owen

Cabaret  2011

A "fly on the wall" documentary presenting the ups and downs (but mostly downs) of team organizing the 2012 Olympics in London.

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