TV Shows - Craig Roberts
Sorted by online popularity, based on the Engagement Score on July 18, 2024. Craig Roberts has appeared in 2 television series with data.
  • Still Up Poster
    #1,634
    Still Up
    as Danny 8 episodes • #1,634 most popular show
    Still Up is a British television series that explores the unique relationship between two insomniacs, Lisa, a carefree illustrator, and Danny, an agoraphobic journalist. Through late-night conversations, the duo navigates a series of eccentric encounters and personal growth. The show delves into themes of companionship and the unconventional ways people connect in the modern world.
  • Red Oaks Poster
    #1,788
    Red Oaks
    as David 26 episodes • #1,788 most popular show
    Red Oaks is a comedy-drama series set in 1980's New Jersey. It revolves around David Myers, a college student who works at a local country club. The series follows David's interactions with club members, co-workers, and family as he navigates young adulthood, love and career aspirations. Produced by Amazon Studios, it's recognized for its excellent character development and nostalgic 80s vibe.
Movies - Craig Roberts
Sorted by online popularity. Craig Roberts has appeared in 3 movies with data.
  • Tolkien Poster
    #2,711
    Tolkien
    as Private Sam Hodges • #2,711 most popular movie
    Tolkien is a biographical drama film that chronicles the early life of J.R.R. Tolkien, the renowned author who created the fantastical world of Middle-earth. The film delves into his formative years as a young orphan, his friendships, and his experiences during World War I, which influenced some of his iconic works. It explores the themes of friendship, love, and the power of imagination in shaping his imaginative storytelling. Directed by Dome Karukoski and featuring a stellar cast, Tolkien offers a captivating insight into the life of one of the most beloved fantasy authors of all time.
  • Jane Eyre Poster
    #3,943
    Jane Eyre
    as John Reed • #3,943 most popular movie
    Jane Eyre is a 2011 romantic drama film directed by Cary Fukunaga, based on Charlotte Brontë's novel. It stars Mia Wasikowska and Michael Fassbender, with a screenplay by Moira Buffini. The film received positive reviews and garnered an Academy Award nomination for its costume design.
  • Submarine Poster
    #4,125
    Submarine
    as Oliver Tate • #4,125 most popular movie
    Submarine is a 2010 coming-of-age comedy-drama film directed by Richard Ayoade. It follows 15-year-old Welsh schoolboy Oliver Tate as he navigates his relationship with classmate Jordana amid his parents' marital issues.
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