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A Long Way Down Book Review

Having gone through both the movie and book, I must confess the book was much of a letdown. The film did a way better job in conveying the moral message of the plot; and everything for that matter. 353 more words

Book Reviews

Martin Amis' The Information is a bit too much information

Like Pynchon, I really want to be a Martin Amis fan. He’s certainly got that British wit that I love. Also, he populates his novels with unlikable blowhards, which I’ve always enjoyed for some reason. 465 more words

TBT! I Predict a Riot!

This is a classic post from August of 2011 when none of you were reading my stuff. This is like reading my blog on vinyl. 654 more words

The Phil Factor

Hot Fuzz


Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Jim Broadbent, Timothy Dalton
Directed by Edgar Wright
Rating: A

When a London police officer excels at his job, there’s only one thing to do with him… promote him to sergeant and send him to the countryside. 358 more words

Movie Reviews

Jokes of the Day

Andrew from London

If you are not careful darling, you could spoil your small dog, so that she could fancy herself to be the ultimate cat’s meaow ready to devour the next spice bird! 137 more words

Comedy

British Music Hall

British Music Hall was born, to some degree, from protest and certainly from business owners seeing and seizing an opportunity. Well before it became a popular form of entertainment, puritan influences in England cast aspersions on the nature of actors and the proliferation of theaters. 386 more words

Slapstick Comedy