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Why are you shouting

Posted : 10 years, 1 month ago on 9 June 2007 01:55 (A review of The Future of War)

Aghhhhh. These are German people shouting and pretending to be angry. They just want to break things. Aghhhhhhhhhhh. Shut up shut up shut up. They are a teutonic version of Rage Against the Machine with no natural ryhthm. Aghhhhhhhhhhh shut up. Let's pretend to be anarchists by shouting. Yes we are radicials. Aghhhhhhhhh. Shut up.


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Fran goes to Istanbul

Posted : 10 years, 1 month ago on 7 June 2007 07:34 (A review of Dadi)

A carbon copy of the Nanny re-done for Turkish conditions with local actors in the Turkish language. Fans of the original will think they are lost in some sort of hyper-reality parallel existence.
I do find G├╝lben Ergen slightly sexier and less annoying than Fran


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Smelly cat was nice, show stank

Posted : 10 years, 1 month ago on 7 June 2007 07:02 (A review of Friends)

I did not like this program. I thought it was one of the most over-hyped vacuous pieces of trite fluff of the 90s. When people said something to me like did you watch "Friends" last night I would say NO! Nobody in this program could act but they all became superstars and got paid lots of money. Where is the justice..
With friends like that who needs enemas


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Don

Posted : 10 years, 1 month ago on 7 June 2007 06:52 (A review of Keeping Up Appearances)

We have all known at one stage a version of Hyacinth Bucket, but Patricia Routledge's character is the extreme. The situation is exacerbated by nobody being impolite enough to tell her off for her pushiness and arrogance. Of course I have to assume that anyone could get a word in edgeways! Clive Swift is a wonderful foil for her as the ever suffering husband. And the others that play her less than perfect family are all comic treats in their own right.
The conversations with and about her philandering gay son are a cute, cheeky addition as well.
A well timed, written and directed comic classic


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Wow another show with real fat people

Posted : 10 years, 1 month ago on 7 June 2007 06:29 (A review of Gimme a Break!)

Dolph Sweet is the best tv actor ever. Even better than the guy in "Love Thy Neighbour" who says "I'll 'ave 'arf". Nell Carter is animated and very loud. A can't say much else.


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Agatha Christie's Egyptian Epic

Posted : 10 years, 1 month ago on 7 June 2007 06:10 (A review of Death on the Nile)

The first time I saw this was in summer in a cinema where the air conditionong was broken down. It gave it that extra Egyptian feel and smell.
I like Ustinov's Poirot as much or more than any other. Like a good Agatha Chritstie epic it is......long. Use need an intermission to go stretch your legs, have a piss, buy a choc ice that sort of thing.


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Something a little nasty

Posted : 10 years, 1 month ago on 7 June 2007 12:01 (A review of Davo's Little Something)

Barrett takes as back unapologetically to the gruesome inner Sydney of the 80s once again in what I would say is a ozploitation comedy style thing without the comedy, just a shitload of graphic violence. The historical references are pretty accuarate as is usually the case. He has a strong feel for the time and era.


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Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee review

Posted : 10 years, 1 month ago on 5 June 2007 03:46 (A review of Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee)

This is all well and good of course. But where do you think we should bury your knees?


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A lot of cheek

Posted : 10 years, 1 month ago on 4 June 2007 04:46 (A review of Party Time)

More girls should sing songs about touching their bums and having their bums touched. The best thing ever, a lot of cheeky. Greatest Romania thing since Dracula. Tell the count to go bite his bum


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D-Gen let one rip

Posted : 10 years, 1 month ago on 4 June 2007 01:00 (A review of Bargearse)

What this is, is the people from the D-Generation have taken the 70s tv cop show starring Lucky Grills "Bluey" and dubbed their own voices and sound effects on it, adding an innumerable amount of toilet humour and fart jokes. Cheap idea for a funny, and it is quite funny, childish and tasteless (but not odorless)


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