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Jam & Jerusalem (2006)
Not quite what we're used to watch when it's written by Fabulous Jennifer Saunders, but I guess she was touched by country life so deeply that she had to adapt her unique view on things to it. With that very well known sense of humor, Jennifer shows us the life of the English country (Devon) and gives a handful of enjoyable new characters. Until now I think Joanna Lumley's Delilah might be the funniest of them all. At first you see her riding her bike viciously to only advance an inch or so on her way to buy a tomato. That made me giggle. And later on, playing church organ/piano at a funeral, she falls on the keyboard, what made me beg for air. Sue Johnston seems to be the main character. She plays a sympathetic nurse whose not so friendly husband dies suddenly. Entering a state of mellowness she decides to change her life, get a new hairdo and join the Women Guild, something she had always avoided. Jennifer Saunders as posh country lifer is quite mysterious so far. Eddie fans were a bit disappointed with this episode but, come on, it's Jennifer Saunders! She'll surprise us again, I'm sure. Dawn French is funny as crazed Rosie. Her alter ego Margaret likes to take on her life from time to time causing some trouble. She wasn't very funny in this 1st episode but the character has potential and, once again, it'll be impossible for a genius like Saunders to disappoint us. It has some fun moments in it, nothing too spectacular, it's only been an episode. I like it so far.
Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004)
As you know in the 1st movie the T-Virus is unleashed and blah blah. This movie shows us Raccoon. ^_^ The bigger problem here is that all the teenagers like me who spent their whole childhood playing Resident Evil think the 1st movie was.... different than we expected. Disappointing. (Who the heck is Alice?) However I liked this 2nd movie a lot... it's even my favorite movie! It has loads more elements of the game, like Jill and Carlos, Ashford (that should be called Birkin)... Talking about Ashford... He was the one who made me like the movie. I think he's one of the best characters there since he's the "vehicle". Let's face it... without Ashford they would all be dead. Keep this in mind when you go see the movie. So the problem here is that the "hive" is reopened and the virus unleashes to the city. Umbrella immediately tried to rescue their scientists, only, their high priority extraction (Ashford, wheelchair high IQ scientist)) refuses to leave 'cause his daughter is still at school. They go get his daughter but she has a car crash. So she is trapped in the city. And then come all the other characters. Ashford who is already outside the city, uses his wheelchair laptop to help them (of course he makes a deal with them that he only helps them if they rescue his daughter. And so on...