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Also known as "Pint Downer".
Multi Record Holder for downing pints of lager & Guinness, fastest to date is clocked at 2.1 seconds.
Enjoy drinkin wine n socialising.
Hate working. Proper crap.
Friday the 13th part VI rocks.
I didn't really know what to expect from this film, I kinda knew what the main story or theme was but I only wanted to watch it as I think Jack Black was hilarious in School Of Rock. Man, am I glad I checked this film out! its awesome! A riot from start to finish and I would recommend it to ANYONE! (of the right age that is!) Jack Black is again excellent in this with his immense & seemingly unstoppable energy he brings to a movie. Great stuff. There are some nice cameos as well, namely ben stiller and a very surprising appearance by tim "shawshank" robbins. I particularly enjoyed towards the end of this flick with the showdown that happens. Not gonna say anymore as it will give too much away. Put it this way, its a question of how hard can Tenecious D rock against the ultimate evil!
Loved this film.
The Terminator (1984)
This is one of my all time favourite films. Always will be. I very rarely give a film 10/10 unless its very special but 'The Terminator' delivers in every way. Its by far Arnie's best performance to date and its not because hes not got many lines in the movie! He was made for this role as the seemingly unstoppable killing machine from the future.
"give me your address there....."
Well done James Cameron for bringing us this class film. Didn't actually notice at the time but near the start of the movie,check out bill paxton as one of the punks on the street who make the fatal mistake of tangling with the terminator...he then went onto star in another of my fave films "aliens" as hudson.
If u haven't seen this film....Where have you been???!!!!!
I Am Legend (2007)
I was in the ideal situation for a film to grab my attention....before one of my friends gave me this movie I had no idea what it was about, who was in it (none other than the fresh prince himself!) or how successful it had been.....perfect! because this just added to my enjoyment of it. I must say at this point that I have never really rated Mr. Smith as an actor until I watched this movie. He is truly excellent in this and deserves a good pat on the back. The effects r cool as well as monsters explode out of the dark seemingly from everywhere! cool! This is a must see.....my only regret is that I didn't watch it at the cinema....thank god for my surround sound system at home.....although my neighbours are probably not so pleased with it! check this one out, you wont regret it Rating : 9/10 brilliant.
Just when you thought star wars was dead (Well, i did!), along comes revenge of the sith. After the boring and dull 1 and 2 of the star wars saga, this was exactly the shot in the arm this series of films deserved. George Lucas delivers in this fantastic 'finale' of flicks that gives the viewer thrills, spills, and everything else!. Its just got it all, for the old and the young, light sabres, fights galore and the sad, but brilliantly shot turning of anniken skywalker into the infamous darth vader.
I absolutely loved this film, have to admit though i went into the cinema quite sceptical after seeing the first two films. 1 and 2 filled me with dismay but revenge of the sith was just amazing. I thought that the original trilogy (star wars, the empire strikes back and return of the jedi) would be untouchable but this film I think is now my favourite.
utter class. Miss it at your peril.
I watched this film about 2 weeks ago and would recommend it to anyone. I personally do thai boxing myself, so my personal interests in the film are obvious. tony jaa is awesome, doing his own stunts and kicking and fighting everything in sight. The action sequences are breathtaking and is matched by Jaa's amazing agility in the air. Incredible to think that he uses no wires of any kind. I thought the matrix was that damn good when it came out but it's not a patch on this masterpiece. One of the best films I have seen in a good while. What really impresses me about this film is that it looks so real, the kicks and punches thrown/blocked by jaa look like, and probably are, making bodily contact, and when thai moves are thrown at that speed takes an unbelievable amount of control. The velocity of the action is incredible and its a roller-coaster ride of a movie with a kick-ass soundtrack.
So sit back, feet up and enjoy.
A fantastic film, a must for martial art lovers. Bring on the sequel! Rating 9/10. Exhilarating.
When I first checked out this show, i must admit i was sceptical. Didn't think it would run as long as it has but in my opinion 'smallville' actually works. Tom Welling is good as Clark, his energy is enough for the viewer to believe he possesses special powers. Surprised to see John Scheider in it, remember him from years ago as Bo duke in the dukes of hazzard, used to love that show.
I mainly watch it for the effects when Kent uses his super powers, highly entertaining. I find the love interest between Clark/Lana and Clark/Chloe rather tedious to be honest but at least its bearable. The bonus of this series for me is Lana, (Kristin Kreuk) i could watch her all day really, she is rather tasty.
I especially like the constant links to the original superman films, the voice of Jur-el which is Terrence Stamp - general zod (Superman II), Clarks mother, who played Clarks girlfriend in superman III and the special appearance of christopher reeve, the original man of steel.
Overall - 7/10. Decent.
Open Water (2003)
The first thing that I must emphasise to people who haven't yet seen this movie is don't be fooled into thinking that this is yet another 'Jaws' (1975) rip-off. Yes, there are sharks in it but the circumstances that surrounds their presence is entirely different. To be honest, I did not expect too much from this flick but was pleasantly surprised how good it turned out to be.
The main credit should be I feel to the director who builds up the tension and suspense expertly. The two main characters that end up getting stranded in the middle of the ocean deserve credit also, both turn in impressive performances. The fact that it is based on actual real events also adds another dimension to this flick, you don't just walk away with the comfort of 'well it's just a film'.
A film well worth seeing.
The School of Rock (2003)
Excellent, this film rocks!
I heard bad reviews from this flick mainly from my brother and seeing as though we have similar senses of humour I didn't hire this out or consider watching it. I stumbled upon it whilst getting drunk at a friends party, man, I thought it was a quality film. Jack Black is hilarious, "What are kids bein taught these days?!".
In future when it comes to movies I'm gonna listen a lot less to my brother, don't get me wrong he doesn't think its crap or anything, just doesn't agree with the hype.
After talking about 'School Of Rock' which I have seen three times now, I already wanna watch it again. Check out at the beginning when Jack Black is dancin around like a chicken on stage, classic.
A must see film for anyone, Rating 9/10.
Planes, Trains & Automobiles (1987)
It doesn't matter what films you prefer to watch, be it horror, action, sci-fi whatever this is a must see film regardless. John Candy is excellent in this & he is backed up well by Steve Martin who hasn't done a better film since.
It essentially tells the story of a mans desperate attempts to get home and spend thanksgiving with his family. All efforts seem to be in vain as time and again he is hindered by public transport letting him down. He is also not helped by the company he is forced to keep in Del Griffith (Candy) who does nothing but annoy Neal Page (Martin) on his journey.
This flick is fast moving and a roller-coaster ride from start to finish. O.K., the ending is soppy but you can forgive that due to the super high entertainment factor throughout.
A must see, Rating 9/10
Jason and his putty head
This film is hilarious!, I thought that they should have stopped at Part 6 which was a brilliant flick but i'm glad they didn't. Where does Jason get his array of weapons from?, does he have a special shed in the woods where he keeps them?. Walking around killin people with his machete then a party horn and then he gets his maggoty hands on a strimmer!, wastes idiot Dr. cruise played by old bernie (weekend at bernies).
Watch out as well for when Jason gets pulled up on that light wire, the look on his putty head face and the sound he makes is hilarious.
Rating for part VII 3/10 for it's funny factor.