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Location: Manchester, UK (and an proper Man U fan!!])
My fave Movies in no particular order!
Kill Bill (both Volumes)
Back to the future
Pirates of the Caribbean
Lord of the Rings (all of them!)
My fave Actors
Michael J. Fox
Things i Like[clap]
Goo Goo Dolls Lifehouse My Bed When people don't ask for ID Pancakes (and IHOPs - will they Ever come to the UK?!) Tommy Hilfiger
Things I hate[angry7]
When bad films are over-hyped
When people ask for ID
Over-rated actresses *cough* Kate Bosworth *cough*
Rappers like 50 cent,Jay-Z etc etc
The Calcium Kid (2004)
Quirky, Brit comedy
After seeing this film, I actually thought it was quite unfortunate that we will never see Orlando Bloom in a role like this again, due to his roles since in blockbusters since, which have catapulted him out of the reach of the average low-budget film maker. He carries the role extremely well, and I think this will serve as definite proof that he isn't just there for his pretty face.
Now, this is defiantly a film made for the British sense of humour, consistent laughs most of the way through, except a brief lull in comedy in the middle, where the emotional bit comes in, but it's defiantly not just a film for the Orlando 'fan girls' out there (they may not enjoy the ending)!
It's such an absurd idea for a film that you can't help but be impressed when it turns out to be an enjoyable film, that gets you so involved that you may find yourself cheering for 'The Calcium Kid' towards the end - well I did anyway.
So. got milk?
Inspirational, moving drama
This is an incredible dramatisation that really puts life into perspective. Starting the story of the years of the cosmologist's life with his 21st birthday and progressing through his illness for some time after. We are shown the outstanding intellect of Hawking and how it affected his personal life in a compelling and emotive drama that the BBC should be proud of.
As well as being auto-biographical the film explores scientific theories and religious arguments, which help include a viewer by the development of their own ideas.
Excellent performances all round especially from Benedict Cumerbatch (Hawking) and Lisa Dillon (Wilde). An interesting watch if nothing else!