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#100happydays - Day 82

Went to see November Man, which wasn’t brilliant but was entertaining at least, and then saw Magic in the Moonlight, which was almost as good as… 45 more words


Nobody Does it Better: "The November Man" review

“The November Man” – 3 1/2 out of 5

If you remember from last week’s “The Congress” review, I gave that film a 3 out of 5 for innovation and a lack of fun. 508 more words

Long Way Down - DVD Review 3/5 stars

Four people meet on a rooftop one New Year’s Eve.  Martin (Pierce Brosnan) is a disgraced morning television host, Maureen (Toni Collette) is a middle aged single mother of a handicapped child, Jess (Imogen Poots) is the daughter of a politician and JJ (Aaron Paul) is a pizza delivery boy.  502 more words

Movie Reviews

Episode Lucas: This is about Me and me.



  • Mike the TV
  • Terry “French” Bogard
  • Our hero, master, and host Lucas

Hey Everyone!

This is a special episode from a week I would have host. 48 more words

Three Angry Nerds

"The November Man" Movie Review

(Bloody Good Thriller)



Ex-CIA operative, Devereaux (Pierce Brosnan) is enjoying retirement when his old CIA handler, Hanley (Bill Smirovich) shows up telling him he has been requested to extract an old friend, Natalia (Mediha Musliovic), from her undercover assignment. 294 more words

College Scholarships

DVD Review: Grey Owl

Starring: Pierce Brosnan, Annie Galipeau, Graham Greene
Director: Richard Attenborough
Rating: 7/10

For this biopic about the boy from Hastings who assumed the name Grey Owl and became, in the words of his publicist, “the most famous Red Indian in the world”, the late Lord Richard Attenborough teamed up for a second time with William Nicolson, his scriptwriter on… 348 more words


Ranking James Bond

Hello Internet, and welcome to a very special episode of Thoughts We Might Have Had, an episode that will be much shaken but never stirred. An episode which (it must be said) should be entirely credited to my mother with whom I have watched many James Bond movie marathons. 1,191 more words