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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To Tip there Ms Kermode, not seen it!
(You charlie, you'll never keep this up x)
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.....
My Mum says I can have a Kia Ora before I watch it.
Seen it. Love it. Mine's a Mivvi if you're asking x
Ps Hey! Crusader, have you any nuts?
S-R-B, S-R-B, the Sausage in a Roll in a Box for me!
This looks good. Like (Stanley Baker is)'The Criminal' updated to the Sweeney era with bonus violence and swearing. Can't fail, can it?
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
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.
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