Monthly Archives: February 2008

It’s Easy to Breakdown

I’ve finally done it and managed to get my first book online:   http://itseasytobreakdown.blogspot.com/   It was written a few years ago but i still hope it holds some relevance.   I’d like to say enjoy it but i know … Continue reading

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Be Kind Rewind

This is the latest brainchild of Michel Gondry the one time video maker turned director of ‘Eternal Sunshine..’ and ‘The Science of Sleep’ and once again there’s a visual feast on offer. On many levels this is just a clever … Continue reading

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Bored, bored, bored.

Boredom is a strange thing. Really with all the possible things in the world to do no one should ever be able to class themselves as bored. But bored is big business I think that about 30% of the internet … Continue reading

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Day of the Dead

Not so much a remake of the Classic George A Romero film but a re-imagining. In this world the zombies are like superheroes, leaping from great heights, running super fast even crawling on the ceiling it’s a far cry from … Continue reading

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Lars and the Real Girl

From a television documentary I know that guys like Lars exist, lonely men who have very limited social skills that form bizarre bonds with inanimate sex dolls. One guy on the show had eight of these dolls, although they are … Continue reading

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It beggers belief once again.

Ok so the other day I’m walking to work and a guy approaches me and says something, I have my I-pod on and as he’s the third person to try and stop me on a five minute journey I kind … Continue reading

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Rambo 4

John Rambo or Rambo 4 or Rambo IV or whatever you want to call it sees Mumbling muscle man Sly Stallone resurrecting his eighties one man army for a final mission. The story is simple a group of missionaries get … Continue reading

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