Monthly Archives: December 2008

Milk

Milk is the latest from Gus Van Sant and tells the story of California’s first openly gay elected official, Harvey Milk played remarkably by Sean Penn. From the outset this film, despite its serious messages, is warm and informative and … Continue reading

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Slumdog Millionaire

Firstly if you don’t like ‘Who wants to be a millionaire?’ then steer clear of this film as it’s like watching a feature length interrupted episode minus Chris Tarrant. Secondly, if like me you have a cold dead robot heart, … Continue reading

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Mum & Dad

First time filmmaker Steven Sheil’s debut horror flick Mum & Dad is already causing a stir, although I’m secretly guessing his Telegraph headlines of ‘Ban this sick filth’ and ‘torture porn made with tax payers money’ are welcomed and in … Continue reading

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Vicky Cristina Barcelona

The latest offering from the now veteran Woody Allen is set in the Spanish capitol of Barcelona and sees the director giving the city the treatment he has previously lavished on Manhattan and London. The story centres around Juan (Bardem) … Continue reading

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I am now an online D.j. too

Check out my tunes here:   http://blip.fm/come2whereimfrom   enjoy.

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Grand Torino

Hot on the heels of ‘Changeling’ Eastwood is back and as well as directing he is back in front of the camera. He plays Walt Kowalski a recently widowed ex-Vietnam veteran who harbours slight racism and bitterness which isn’t helped … Continue reading

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Murder Flat

‘Do you get a discount for living in the murder flat?’ ‘What?’ ‘Like money off your rent or something’ ‘No I mean what do you mean the murder flat?’ ‘Oh they didn’t tell you when you took the place?’ ‘Err … Continue reading

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