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Monthly Archives: December 2010
You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video from When Harry Met Sally… You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video from The Apartment You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to … Continue reading
Teaser: Love Actually features the lead actors from another well-known movie. I’ll leave you pondering that thought. More on that later… Cameos Can you name all of the Love Actually cameos? No doubt you can reel off Claudia Schiffer, Rowan … Continue reading
Without more ado … Here are the answers to our Polar Express Christmas Quiz. 1). What does the Hero Boy’s encyclopedia say about the North Pole? B) Devoid of life…. Which is of course totally wrong ‘cos there’s an exceptionally … Continue reading
With the UK’s government’s axe-wielding on education causing students to take to the streets of Britain, while the rest of the country sinks into a mire of apathy because society has been broken beyond repair, you’d be forgiving in thinking … Continue reading
So did you get on board The Polar Express this festive season? Excellent! And remain sharp-eyed and sober while doing it? Even better. Then you should have a good chance of knowing what the heck we’re talking about in our … Continue reading
White Christmas (1954) is one of my favourite musicals. Sure, sure, it’s sweeter than a puppy dipped in treacle but it’s got Vera Ellen’s superb dance routines, Danny Kaye’s wisecracking, Edith Head’s glorious costumes and Irving Berlin‘s sing-along songs. But … Continue reading
So now the tinsel’s coming down, here’s the second half of our Movie Advent Calendar to find out who was hiding behind the boxes! Enjoy. And to finish off your Christmas in Bing-tastic style, pop back tomorrow to find out … Continue reading
Gulliver’s Travels – Jack Black is a bigger idiot than usual in Hollywood version of Swift’s classic tale
Gulliver’s Travels, Jonathan Swift’s caustic satire on human folly, has been re-imagined by Hollywood as a knockabout vehicle for Jack Black – and the result is a film so witless that it could itself serve as a target for the … Continue reading