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On a day where football was put into perspective by the tragic events of yesterday’s tie between Tottenham and Bolton, Manchester United held back nothing as they thrashed Wolves 5-0. Fabrice Muamba was announced to be in ‘critical condition’ after collapsing in yesterday’s Fa Cup, and this was honoured by both sets of players and supporters with a minute’s applause prior to kick off. Two goals from Javier Hernandez and one apiece for Danny Welbeck, Antonio Valencia and Jonny Evans helped United to victory.
Neither Manchester United or Wolves can be completely satisfied with their respective seasons so far. Naturally Sir Alex Ferguson can be happier – his side are looking strong in the title challenge, but then they usually are there or thereabouts and now they’ve crashed out of the Europa League, the poor man’s Champion’s League (‘poor’ might be a bit of an »
- Alex Moore
Welcome back to Junkfood Cinema; we take our Coffy black…and with six spoonfuls of Häagen-Dazs. You have just stumbled Across 110th Street and Hit! the internet’s most Boss bad movie column like a Hammer, and there’s No Way Back. Every Friday (Foster), we Drum up another Jive Turkey, becoming Mr Mean as we Savage! and Slaughter the movie right In Your Face. But then, as if we were a Thing with Two Heads we lay aside all our Hangups to tell you why we think the film is actually Super Fly. Then, for The Final Comedown, we’ll offer a Big Time delicious themed snack food item for you to cram down your food Shaft. This week’s big score: Hell Up in Harlem Alas it is time once again to bid farewell to Blaxploitation History Month, and this third incarnation in which we’ve focused on the best of the best worst blaxploitation »
- Brian Salisbury
2 items from 2012
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