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daveh75

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Speed Dreams: The Fastest Place On Earth

Rather good documentary following various British teams of men in sheds as they build/prepare/race their vehicles for/at Bonneville Speed Week.

Looking forward to ep.2
 

Lost Angeles

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Watched the first 2 episodes of Borgen on BBC HD, I had not seen the previous series so was unsure what to expect and I ain’t sure yet.
Over Christmas I watched Casablanca which I’d not seen before, the Hitchcock thingy and Hemingway and Gellhorn. Have to admit I didn’t even know who Gellhorn was, a bit ignorant really as the Telegraph rate her as one of the greatest war correspondents of the 20th century. Still I learnt something. I may have to try and read For Whom The Bell Tolls again, I gave up last time
 
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Slash Blu-ray, I am having a Blu-ray afternoon!

Cant seem to get the image for it on my iPad! Anyone know how?
 

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"The Road" on Blu-Ray, last night.

Watched it with Mrs C - verdict was that it was a brilliant but extremely depressing film, and would never watch again. Mrs C in tears by the end.

When the discussion is - "If the world went pete tong (in the case of the Road it looked like natural catastrophe/volcano/earthquakes) would you eventually commit suicide?" So grey and hopeless.

I bought the Nick Cave soundtrack CD, which is very good, but I couldn't recognise anything from the CD in the actual film.
 
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Been watching the Back to the Future box set, can't believe how much swearing there is in Back to the Future 1! And it is only a PG!
 
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Been watching the Back to the Future box set, can't believe how much swearing there is in Back to the Future 1! And it is only a PG!
Bollocks
 
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I think I need to watch it again to fully understand it, but it's definitely an original and thought provoking piece of work, and British too.
 

Lost Angeles

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Les Misrables at the pics.

The wife and son were not impressed, I thoroughly enjoyed it, although Master Of The House was poor. On My Own was brilliant.

We all love the stageshow.
 
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Watched The Grey on Sky today, don't know what to make of it. :?
 

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"Melancholia" with Kirstin Dunst and Kiefer Sutherland.

Started off in the same vein as "Tree of Life" (oh dear) but got better , and an enjoyable film in the end ( if a little depressing).
 

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