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T2 Trainspotting - Rekindling The Magic With A Thumping Soundtrack

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T2 Trainspotting (Dir. Danny Boyle/2017)

After twenty years, the sequel to Trainspotting… 245 more words

Bitesize Review

Review: Trainspotting. (touring) Curve Leicester.

This collaborative theatre production (Kings Head Theatre and In Your Face) of Irvine Welsh’s famously controversial novel, Trainspotting, is f*cking phenomenally f*cking bad ass good! 416 more words

Drama

Trainspotting (1996)

” Living like this is a full time business”, Renton explains.

Watching Trainspotting again twenty years on is fresh, vibrant, and humourous. It’s jam packed with one liners, and explores the underground life of hard drugs in underground Scotland. 233 more words

FILM REVIEWS

'T2 Trainspotting': A Wonderful Piece of Closure That Uses Nostalgia as a Theme, Not a Crutch

*DISCLAIMER: This review reveals major spoilers for Trainspotting and minor spoilers for T2 Trainspotting.*

20 years after Danny Boyle’s Trainspotting hit theatres and broke new ground, he and the original cast have returned for another round in T2 Trainspotting, which takes elements from both Irvine Welsh’s original novel, Trainspotting, and its sequel, Porno. 1,533 more words

Film/TV

Trainspotting - Irvine Welsh

No. of pages: 430. Read time: Bloody ages.

Trainspotting is not a happy book. Nor is it particularly pleasant.

That, along with the fact that it took me months to read, is not to say that this is necessarily a bad book or poorly written; it’s absolutely not. 842 more words

Adult

T2 Trainspotting (2017)

*SPOILERS OF T1*

I’ve always said that nostalgia was the drug of choice for most people in the UK. Trainspotting was about the addictive, attractive and destructive nature of heroin. 542 more words

Film & DVD Reviews

T2 Trainspotting (2017)

So it’s taken 20 years for a sequel to come out to the amazing Trainspotting, which is quite frankly one of the greatest British films of all time. 969 more words