In Brighton? I'm in Landan, innit? But if I manage to wangle my way to a Friday afternoon out of work I shall let you know
Even when Micheal Sheen is playing characters I don't really like, I still enjoy his performance. Actually for someone that doesn't like football, I've really liked films about football ... I thought Looking for Eric and the West Ham one with Frodo (can't remember the name of it now) were both very good. Also enjoyed Moneyball enough to watch it twice ... and I don't think I've ever watched more than a couple of minutes of baseball.
I loved looking for Eric but haven't seen Frodo loves the 'ammers. I'm gonna look out for matinees at DoY's.
Green Street That's what its called. Its pretty good.
Watched The Impossible, never cried during a movie but it got me :
I liked The Impossible but then again I have a personal connection fnarrr
Haven't seen The Impossible. I didn't like the look of the trailers (which made it seem like a typical SFX heavy disaster movie) but a lot of people have said its very good.
Robot and Frank is the last film that made me cry.
Not a film, but has anyone been watching the Hannibal series with Mads Mikkelsen? Enjoying it so far but the episodes seem too short, it would be good if they did extended episodes like Sherlock. The mushroom people in this week's episode was the freakiest thing I've seen. And I had eaten mushroom risotto before watching it
What channel is that on? I need something to replace the lack of The Walking Dead.
Sky Living - 10pm on Tuesdays. There have only been 2 episodes so far so you won't have missed much
Okay. will see what the magic box can do for me.
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