Agreed. But 'Incredibles' is still my fave of the NWOAM (New Wave Of Animated Movies).
They're all pretty good, barring the train wreck that's 'Shark's Tale'.
High end wise, just watched Zodiac and Wanted again last night on BluRay, real demo stuff there.
At the lower end, finally tracked down the last missing episodes of two and a half men which has to be the funniest show on TV and the final season (of eleven!) of married with children so my collections are now complete.
My next viewing project is to watch all the Bond films again on BluRay, well as many as they have released so far. I still can't get over the job Lowry did with Dr.No . . . . pristine!
Over the last couple of days, we've watched 'I Love You Man' on DVD, 'Push' on DVD, and 'Inglorious Basterds' at the cinema.
Enjoyed all 3 for different reasons. 'I Love You Man' is as expected, but I'm a big fan of Paul Rudd and this is the second film I've seen with Jason Segel (the other was 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall'), and he's got a real likeable quality to him. It's not groundbreaking, not the funniest film you'll ever see, but thoroughly enjoyable none-the-less.
'Push' is a cross between 'X-Men' & 'Jumper' without being as good as the former, yet better than the latter. Not an essential watch (wish Blockbuster had had it on Blu-Ray), but didn't feel like I'd wasted an hour and 45 minutes of my life.
'Inglorious Basterds' was a welcome return to form for Tarantino after the mediocre (IMO) 'Death Proof'. Definitely worth a watch. May well make it into my BD collection.
I've got 'The International' & 'The Good, The Bad, & The Weird' (both DVD..... When will Blockbuster start stocking more BD rentals!?!?) to watch before they're due back on Saturday.
Agreed. But 'Incredibles' is still my fave of the NWOAM (New Wave Of Animated Movies). They're all pretty good, barring the train wreck that's 'Shark's Tale'.
Saw this last night and it was OK................................
My favs are Cars and best of all, because of the remarkably adult and very clever plot line WALL:E.
The new series of Shooting Star's on BBC2
not the worst but i disliked Knowing and Passengers immensely. Wasnt keen on Revolutionary Road eiither.
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Its the same old stuff, but still very funny
Not watched this for a few years, but dug it out tonight and gave it a spin.
Still a very good film IMO.
Steve coogan in sunshine on bbc hd,it was stunning i love steve coogans stuff,and now watching psycoville mr jolly is a classic lol.blu ray films for later my bloody valentine 3d.x-men trilogy on blu-ray,then some battlefield 1943 on x-box 360 busy bank holiday lol
Last night we watched Part 1 of Wuthering Heights on ITV HD which was unusual for us but I thought it was very enjoyable. We will watch part 2 tonight.
At least I will now know why Kate Bush sang "Heathcliffe it's me Cathy come home" or something like that.
Country of origin - England not United Kingdom.
Catching up with recorded episodes of House. The one with Meatloaf had a brilliant twist to it and the one with Kutners suicide was shocking.
Saw Attitude: Punk last night on sky arts. It was good, but i could have watched it for longer and had a bit more depth - despite it being a decent length it felt a bit rushed.
Also, not a single mention of Bad Religion. Silly name, great band. Dissapointed.
Man City v Arsenal!
On european(polish) satellite.......