Серкис также был номинирован на премии «Золотой глобус» и BAFTA за роль Иэна Брэйди в сериале HBO Лонгфорд. Исполнение роли Билла Сайкса в «Оливере Твисте» от PBS также принесло ему похвалы критиков. Британская публика знает Серкиса по многочисленным телефильмам, мини-сериалам и сериалам.
In 1985, Romero followed Dawn Of The Dead with Day Of The Dead, a disappointing conclusion to the trilogy which focused on Savini's bloody fireworks to the exclusion of all the thoughtfulness that had distinguished the first two films. But, as seems to be the rule in trilogies, it is this haunting, pessimistic second installment that is the one that continues to work its bleak magic. As Peter (Foree) remarks observing the undead pawing at the windows: "They just remember. Remember that they want to be in here." "What the hell are they?" asks Stephen. The reply is one of the most chilling lines in the annals of horror cinema. "They're us, that's all."
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Among the many things that this book does, most of them quite well, are the descriptions of the players involved - major and minor, generals and soldiers. He offers insightful vignettes of politicians and generals (Allied and Axis), including personalities, interpersonal relationships, rivalries, and conflicts that influence outcomes along the way. More interesting in some ways, perhaps because they are often overlooked, are the common soldiers. American soldiers may have arrived in Morocco thinking that they were fighting someone else's war, but by the time they reached Tunisia in May of 1943, the war was personal. Atkinson shows their progression from naÐ¿ve confidence and bravado after a few light skirmishes with a few half-hearted French, to agony and suffering in battle after hard battle against the Germans and the Italians, and finally to hardened, killing-mad, fighting soldiers. They had learned what all soldiers must learn: war is hell. They also learned how to fight in multi-national groups. British