Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to this debriefing session of the GB Eurovision task force 2013.
“Tomorrow we will run faster, stretch out our arms farther... And so we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past….”
It’s a shame the Milton Keynes contestant was booted off the new series of ‘The Apprentice.’
Action-heavy crime thriller GANGSTER SQUAD (15: Warner) has more brawn than brains, but sets its sights firmly from the start and hits the mark with relish.
Ah, those approaching heady days of summer.
Yes, I know, I know – it’s a dream team, isn’t it?
We keep getting told that we must look to small businesses to bale us out of the swamp in which we find ourselves.
“You think your world is safe? It is an illusion. A comforting lie told to protect you. Enjoy these final moments of peace. For I have returned, to have my vengeance!”
Quentin Tarantino follows up his war homage Inglourious Basterds with another Oscar-winner, DJANGO UNCHAINED (18: Sony), a thrilling swagger through the good, bad and ugly sides of slavery.
I have been able to hold more street surgeries across the city this month, thanks to an improvement in the weather.
I’m sometimes asked if I ‘tweet’, to which the reply has to be do I look as if I’m covered in feathers, with a pronounced beak.
The summer blockbusters are stacked overhead in a landing pattern to ensure maximum box office bang for buck, and touching down this week, hot on the heels of Iron Man 3, is Star Trek: Into Darkness.1 comment
“They killed my wife. They killed my daughter. They should have made sure they killed me too.”
Even if it doesn’t convert those who loathe musicals, well-mounted film ‘poperetta’ LES MISERABLES (12: Universal) will please fans of the long-running stage sensation.
Here’s what the breathless world has been waiting for – Superbad meets The Hangover in a knowingly ‘just crude enough’ comedy.
There was a reason that the National Health Service was showcased in the Olympic Ceremony this time last year.2 comments
In idle hours I cast my mind back to the dullest jobs I’ve ever had to tackle.6 comments
Well, I just had to shield Herbie’s eyes.
“Hi, I’m Tony Stark. I build neat stuff, I’ve got a great girl, occasionally I save the world. So why can’t I sleep?”
There’s nothing startling or challenging about Dustin Hoffman’s first film as a director. But QUARTET (12: Momentum) is a delightful romantic comedy drama that’s a treat for viewers and the cast.
No one can doubt the technical brilliance of director Ang Lee’s fable LIFE OF PI (PG: Twentieth Century Fox), which picked up four Oscars - more than any other film - at this year’s awards ceremony.
If ever a movie was critic-proof, it’s Iron Man 3.
I’ll hold my hands up and be the first to admit it: Chez Dee is not, and has never been, a byword for domestic order. There may well be a place for everything, but everything is rarely in its place.
Whatever one’s views about Margaret Thatcher, utterly predictable was the baying of Rent a Rabble at the news of her demise.
“As a nation, we are never stronger than when tested!”
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Weather for Milton Keynes
Wednesday 22 May 2013
Temperature: 3 C to 15 C
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