Great line from IN BRUGES
, but more of that later. First up, a DOCTOR WHO
Has JOHNNY B gone straight?
I've 'sat' on this spoiler a while ago 'cos I didn't think it was true but PLAY.COM (I know!)
seem to inadvertently revealed the title for EPISODE 12
. Go HERE
to see it. I will point out that it is entirely possible (nay, likely)
that they got that title from the internet, a kind of 'forum feedback'
if you like. Still
, I thought it was worth sharing. Personally, I do not
think that it is the title and there is another one doing the rounds right now but I'll leave it for the itme being. In kind of WHO
~news, a number of people have been directed to this site by searching for the words 'Georgia Moffett Naked'. [Stephen Fry] Don't be durty [/Stephen Fry].
To satisfy these pervs, here she is on the cover of this week's TOTAL TV GUIDE
Elsewhere in TV~land
, PEEP SHOW
returned. Not sure to be honest. It felt very
much like an episode from the first series. They seemed to have realised that these characters cannot really grow so have reverted to form. More cringes than larfs, sadly
, and the premise was cliched
and unbelievable. Him getting married at the end of the last series would have made the writers think (or write)
a bit harder. I caught the first ten minutes THE INVISIBLES
on the ole iPlayer
but had to stop for fear that my eyes were about to vomit. Such
a good cast, such
a worn premise and dull characterisation. Still, JENNY "Staring At the Stars, Lying In" AGUTTER
It's a 'Film Festival'!
Download~wise, there was a rather amusing installment of THE SIMPSONS (yes, some of us still watch it)
. Pictured above is HOMER
's idea of a 'Film Festival'. That made me giggle. As did the line, "Not quite a nerd, not quite a hunk; it's Shia LaBeouf."
For us geeks, there was a 'veiled' reference to the well known film site AINT IT COOL NEWS
, check out THIS
story and the pic below:
for those of you saying, "Hey Cam, FAMILY GUY did a STAR WARS special the other night. Where's your review?"
Well you can find it HERE (way back in September '07)
when I first saw it. In similar
news, here's the cover for the next FUTURAMA
'film', THE BEAST WITH A BILLION BACKS
, I finally got round to seeing IN BRUGES
. Full of great lines and performances, this piece from first~time director MARTIN MCDONAGH
is bit of a treat. Though pretty predictable, it felt very fresh mainly due to its likeable stars BRENDAN "When's He Gonna Be In Doctor Who?" GLEESON
, COLIN "First Good Film Since When?" FARRELL
and the unlikeable RALPH "Would Make A Good Doctor" FIENNES
as well as the very funny script.
That is HULK HOGAN oiling his own daughter's butt!
McDonagh, as I'm sure you know, has written a number of excellent plays including THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN (which I did a 'paper' on last year, fact fans)
and has now turned to directing. And a lurvely job he did too with Bruges looking gorgeous though his stage sensibilities did come through in the number of dialogue heavy scenes where it got a little stodgy. Still, a minor gripe. My only other problem with the film was the dramatic changes in tone from farce to tragedy. Didn't always work but this is truly a 'black' comedy. Go see!
MORRISSEY smells something, possibly his last single. Take three slutbags into the shower?
'Til the next time,
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