Friday, 28 May 2010

friday film club


brace yourselves sweethearts it's only a new flipping feature. regular like. and you know how i stick with these sparkling innovations once they're going...

informed intelligent witty star-spangled here! now! oh my giddy aunt. well alright a couple of pictures a line or two and a barely related tune. i'm worn out already



richard burton (oooh we do love richard burton) is cockney nutjob vic dakin a proper rotter who can't do accents but could teach that joe pesci a thing or two about frenzied kickings and loves his mother. and can say "get out of 'ere slag" without getting giggled at. and does a robbery with important roles for jif lemon and hard boiled eggs. i bet you're gripped already aren't you?




what else can i say without spoiling it for you... well it's got donald sinden in it which is always a plus. and colin weland who gets lines like "what do you want cheese and chutney or ham?". and some brilliant bits of waste ground and abandoned factories and a lovely view of the double diamond brewery. you'll like it honest. we did. a lot.

phew. there then. film reviewing - it's a doddle



sergio mendes and brasil 66 - watch what happens

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9 comments:

davy h said...

To Tip there Ms Kermode, not seen it!

(You charlie, you'll never keep this up x)

davy h said...

Er...'Top' tip

ally. said...

ooooooh lucky you - it's a smasher. even that ian mcshane is good. very good come to think of it. but basically playing ian mcshane.

and as if i won't keep this up.....

davy h said...

My Mum says I can have a Kia Ora before I watch it.

Mondo said...

Seen it. Love it. Mine's a Mivvi if you're asking x

Ps Hey! Crusader, have you any nuts?

londonlee said...

S-R-B, S-R-B, the Sausage in a Roll in a Box for me!

spud said...

This looks good. Like (Stanley Baker is)'The Criminal' updated to the Sweeney era with bonus violence and swearing. Can't fail, can it?

ally. said...

the criminal has come up a couple of times now - i've never seen it and it sounds like i should

not just bonus violence and swearing neither dear - there was a bit deleted that was more mauve than they thought the public could take
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spud said...

Really? I blame that Ronnie Kray.

Lovejoy had a few outings in thug roles back then, didn't he? Every now and then he'd turn up swinging the knuckledusters in things like Randall and Hopkirk.