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For those of you who haven't seen Man on Fire, try and catch it tonight on BBC1. Quite a good film and Denzil Washington gives it his all. It starts at 22.45 by the way
Harry Potter, the new one, its wasn't that good though, could of been a bit better.
The next film you have to see is...'The Bourne Ultimation'. It is awesome....the best action flick of the summer and the most fun since the last James Bond. Great car chase scenes and awsome stunts. The script is fairly tight so is fairly believable and ties in with the two previous movies really well. Think its out in the UK next week so enjoy!
High School Musical is my fave at the mo I LOVE IT
American Gangster is well worth a trip to the cinema (or your PC! ) watched it the other day and enjoyed it immensely, I was never a big fan of Denzel but his acting alongside Russell Crowe is outstanding. For those who don’t know the film is based on the true story of Frank Lucas a black gangster from Harlem who had a novel way of getting his ‘Merchandise’ into the US. The cat and mouse action as Crowe who plays a policeman trying desperately to find evidence to jail Denzel is very well played out, so much so that you sometimes feel sorry for the gangster himself! The film also pulls no punches regarding the trading and taking of drugs. Sorry for going all Jonathon Ross but I think it is well worth a watch.
Sexy Beast was on last night & I had been meaning to watch it for ages...just what I need last night chilling out after a nice Chinese.Ray Winston & Ben K' both superb, although storyline a little far fetched
Watched I am Legend the other night and really enjoyed it, the lack of dialogue for long spells was really weird but the eerie sense of Will Smiths character being totally alone was created realistically as was the impression of nature taking over a now empty New York.Story may be a bit weak in places but for a good chill out and forget about things for a couple of hours then you won't go far wrong with this one, although the wife did cover her eyes at a couple of very well directed "scary" moments.