The Martian (2015)

So i went to go and see this last night with my drinking buddy and all around very good friend Tom, and although we may have went to the showing in the middle of the night, in the middle of January just after Britain has actually turned into an ice box for Winter like it should, it was so fucking worth it šŸ˜€
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The Peanuts movie (2015)

So i went to see this movie with my girlfriend earlier this month, on my insistence for once…. usually it’s my sister dragging me round the cinema to see children movies but this time i was the one dragging some other victim to one. I was a Charlie Brown fan as a kid so the “child within”as it were, came out in me this time, and my poor, sweet, done nothing to upset me, innocent girlfriend had to put up with me for the whole thing…. bless her; but we’ve just past our 1 year dating milestone, so if she still doesn’t know what she’s dating…. shame on her really XD Continue reading

Jurassic World (2015)

Good morning, good afternoon, good evening and good night. That Guy here, for my first review since Morgan Freeman knows when… But I’m back, and I plan to stay, and it’s all thanks to the lady who requested this review. You know who you are – thank you for believing in my opinion.

And without further ado… here it is.

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Cucumber

Now, I’m not really one for watching Television. In fact, other than BBC News, and the odd episode from some sort of comedy show, I don’t watch TV. It’s Netflix or nothing, for me, at the moment. Now, that’s great. But you need variety, and when I saw that there was a few programmes coming out, written by Russell T. Davies, I was on board. I knew I had to watch as many as I could. As it happens, I ended up watching CucumberĀ ANDĀ Banana, which are two of the three programmes that he had written which were being shown. Needless to say, I had to review them. First up, Cucumber.

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MGMT – Kids

So, you may have missed it, but over the last few months, there have been a few references to the fact that I am due to become a father – in fact, it’s much more imminent now. At some point within the next 12 days, I will have a son, whom we will be calling Henry. With that in mind, I decided to go for a child-centric review, tonight.

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