Very funny and highly recommended....
........off BT Vision which has some great stuff on it, including a concerts section and so watched this for free....
Just picked up "Wanted" on BluRay starring Angelina Jolie in the £10 section of my local supermarket.
Despite the plot being nonsense, it is truly sparkling high definition nonsense with a kickin' sountrack to boot.
Just when you think you're safe, the end credits roll and a rock track explodes from the loudspeakers to aurally assault what is left of your hearing.
This disc now joins Dark Knight and Dr.No as my reference software . . . .
Oooh, may have to try this out if PQ and soundtrack are that good.
It's that good, Daveh75.
Decent extras, as well as being Live Enabled, the film had me grinning from ear to ear.
I seem to remember it was favourably reviewed on this site somewhere.
. . . . and the sight of Mrs.Pitt in all her 1080p glory is another excuse, as if you needed any convincing!
just watched the third part of the bbc drama , sunshine , with steve coogan ,on bbc hd , apart from his adolescent humour i thought it was brilliant , a good old fashioned english drama that was really thought provoking , and very well acted , a nice change from all that american nonsence doing the rounds , hats off to the beeb ....
Off to watch the new series of Top Gear
Watching Sons Of Anarchy on Bravo and Twin Peaks on the net on s2 ep7, enjoying it alot and would love if it was brought back even if it was just the webisodes.
Top Gear, one of the funniest so far and now loggin off to watch the Grand Prix highlights to see if Jensen's domination continues.
Having recently slagged off 'celebrity' reality programmes, I did enjoy the BBC celebrity homelessness programme tonight and tomorrow on BBC1. Quite disturbing and frightening. The Marquis of Blandford, who cheated and then gave up without spending on night on the street came over as a self absorbed, disgusting individual. Hats off to the rest of them.
Who? Clearly as is always the case with so called "celebrity" show's,they're being very liberal with the use of the word.
He is related to Winston Churchill, used to make the news for drugs offences and as I said is a complete twit. Hardeep Singh Kohli did not mince his words criticising him. The others are a Corry actor, a journalist and Anabelle Croft. OK so the 'celebrities' are as such, but the hardships of the homeless is the real issue and this programme IMHO shows what life really is like for them.
Glastonbury Festival on BBC2 and 3 and so far have watched,
The Ting Tings
The Dead Weather
and Jack Penate
More Glatonbury, so far today
The Temper Trap
and Franz Ferdinand
Lee Evans-Wired and Wonderful (Live at Wembley)