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Tag Archives: review
We had our third walk of the day around 6pm and when we got back, decided to watch our latest DVD again. It was more fun the second time around, and although there are extras of deleted or extended scenes … Continue reading
I was given three books two Christmases ago and hadn’t picked up any of them. That changed a couple of nights ago when I thought maybe I ought to make the effort and do something different to blogging or playing … Continue reading
To be honest, I don’t really know what I was expecting from this Post Apocalyptic offering. To say it is not my kind of movie is fair comment, though for what it depicted, I would describe it as ‘earthy’, and … Continue reading
We had been waiting for this to be released on DVD for months having watched the previous three installments of The Hunger Games. The book was up in the laundry, but I didn’t read it because I didn’t want to … Continue reading
The £7 cheapie of the week was Extraction starring Bruce Willis, Kellan Lutz, Gina Carano and D.B.Sweeney. Brucie plays a retired CIA agent captured by terrorists who threaten to unleash a global catastrophe unless their demands are met. On the … Continue reading
Now we are back home, we decided to watch two DVDs that were sent to us for Christmas, Nicholas Cage in Left Behind, and Eddie Redmayne in The Theory of Everything. We knew nothing of Left Behind, an apocalyptic offering … Continue reading