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Don't Go to England

I quite like Guy Ritchie’s movies, but for a long stretch in his career, he basically kept making the same film over and over again: a fast-moving crime caper in the English underworld involving a MacGuffin, colorful rogues with catchy street names, intertwined storylines that connect without trying to, heavy enforcers who take lots of punishment, and at least one scene in which somebody brings out a gun with way more firepower than what is called for. 610 more words

Review - Company of Heroes

Letter ‘C’ in the Alphabet Challenge takes us to the 2013 military mess Company of Heroes. This shameful piece of cinema is directed by Don Michael Paul (who brought the world other such films as… 165 more words

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Happy Birthday: Vinnie Jones

Vinnie Jones

Born: January 5, 1965 in Watford, Hertfordshire, England, UK

I’m a Conservative but I talk for the ordinary working classes. I get on with the boys at the pub but I can also mix with Prince Andrew. 241 more words

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Action Movie Fanatix Review: Hell Ride

The Rebellion Against All There Is

Starring: Larry Bishop, Dennis Hopper, Michael Madsen, Vinnie Jones, David Carradine, Eric Balfour

Director: Larry Bishop

2008  |  84 Minutes  |  Rated R… 381 more words

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The midnight meat train

Here he comes again, http://www.theroadtomadness.wordpress.com

“I have seen the future of horror and its name is Clive Barker.” Stephen King

I absolutely agree. “Hellraiser”, “Candyman”, “Nightbreed” and many others have been created by Mr. 112 more words

Booda French | Easy, No Hands

New video from Ipswich’s Booda French working those East Angles with his new track Easy, No Hands produced by man of the moment J57. Some definite quotables in this one will see Booda French… 31 more words

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Swordfish (2001)

Hugh Jackman plays a retired hacker hired by sinister black ops agent John Travolta to help him rob a bank.

I couldn’t help feeling that there were the bones of a really good film lurking in here. 148 more words

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