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  • Cinemas In China – Guangzhou Style (Part 2)

    Cinemas In China – Guangzhou Style (Part 2)

    All those little (large) things you hate about the cinema happen here in China. Playing with mobile phones, texting there friends and family every minute, bad ringtones, talking loudly i experienced them all in the first movie. I have to say the other movies there wasn’t really much of the mobile phone use happening but…

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  • Cinemas In China – Guangzhou Style (Part 1)

    Cinemas In China – Guangzhou Style (Part 1)

    Most of us are used to going to cinema’s in UK to those big American Style multiplex out  of town cinema with 10 or more screens with all the latest big blockbusters, everything in big scale including the ticket price. Some people are fortunate to been in a town which still has the old style…

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  • Film Review – Love Exposure (2009)

    Film Review – Love Exposure (2009)

    If you’re like been a fan of Japanese pop culture it’s been a journey of many great times but also a journey of many stressful when those who don’t understand the finer  details attack unselfishly. If we where to choose a sole representative to let the world know the reasons why we love this culture,…

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    Ever since the Lord of the Rings trilogy and Harry Potter franchise, there’s been one thing that drives me really crazy the number of people who see a picture of Gandalf played by Sir Ian Mckellan and think he’s the actor who played Professor Dumbledore in Harry Potter movies, WRONG! WRONG! WRONG! The actor to…

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  • 2009/11 is 1980s Kids Dream or a nightmare?

    2009/11 is 1980s Kids Dream or a nightmare?

    There’s no point of hiding it, I’m 34 next month and what they used to call, “Thatchers children“; a kid during the 1980’s when Margaret Thatcher dictatorship was a reign of terror over the British population. She openly admitted she would press the button and blow us all up with a nuke bomb if Russia…

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  • Astroboy new film ,is it a Americanizing of a Kids iconic classic animation?

    Astroboy new film ,is it a Americanizing of a Kids iconic classic animation?

    Late October 2009 In USA and January 2010 will see the release of the Animation of the classic Astroboy. This animation calssic was created by Osama Tezuka a way back in 1952 right through until 1968 and was called “Tetsuwan Atom” and it was a alot years later USA got the first english spoken version…

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  • Local Cinemas – Support Them!

    Local Cinemas – Support Them!

    I’m still currently working on rate my cinema and I was getting info on all the cinema chains (small and large) in the UK and some Irish) and getting customer service info etc, and when I was looking through the small cinema chains, I was just so jealous why? I live in a town which…

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  • DVD Review – Crows Zero 2 (2009)

    DVD Review – Crows Zero 2 (2009)

    Takashi Miike has provided some of my favourite films from the other side of the world in the past 15 years or so. From the horror classic Audition to the cult classic Ichi The Killer and more recently 13 Assassins. Manga / Anime is another passion of mines (though a little non-existent past few years)…

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  • Who Is Jacques Mesrine?

    Who Is Jacques Mesrine?

    Who is Jacques Mesrine you may ask? Last Friday (8th) the UK saw the release of the 2 part bio-epic of the man, and in this article/post, I hope to shed some light on who he was and also some info on the actor who is playing him. Jacques Mesrine Jacques Mesrine was born in…

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  • Sir Christopher Lee

    Sir Christopher Lee

    Im not a big  supporter of the Royal Family or knighthoods especially due to the amount to bureaucratic fat cats who have done nothing but fill their own pocket with gold and done nothing for the common man or woman. But the over the last few years more and more normal people and entertainers have…

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