Monthly Archives: August 2010

Scott Pilgrim Vs the World

In an example of style over content comes ‘Scott Pilgrim Vs the World’ or as it should be called ‘Scott Pilgrim Vs the Graphics Department which will leave you feeling like you’ve been hit repeatedly over the head with an … Continue reading

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Nick Hornby I want my money back!

Many years ago I had a shit job that paid well, well enough that I could afford to go into a record shop on a Monday and blow some hard earned cash on records I’d never heard of because I … Continue reading

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The Expendables

Like a feature length episode of the wooden tops but with guns ‘The Expendables’ is this years must see cave painting. Drag your knuckles along the floor of the cinema as you watch Stallone & Co basically compare the size … Continue reading

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Salt

Who is Evelyn Salt? Well it’s Angelina Jolie apparently and not Tom Cruise, although watching a film with Tom as a lady spy does sound strangely interesting. Anyway back to the new incarnation of Salt, is it any good? Well … Continue reading

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Wild Grass

I wanted to see this film from the beautiful poster alone and the small synopsis also made it sound great, different even. Sadly the time I spent watching this film I will never get back and boy do I want … Continue reading

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Mother (Madeo)

Joon-ho Bong, the award winning director of ‘The Host’, returns with his latest film ‘Mother’. When Yoon Do-joon is accused of murdering a schoolgirl, his mother (played brilliantly by Hye-ja Kim) steps up to prove her sons is innocent, at … Continue reading

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The Secret in their Eyes

A little controversy surrounded this film when at last years Oscars it beat all the favourites to win best foreign language film. But after seeing it you will realise why because this is classic filmmaking. Well shot, acted, scored and … Continue reading

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