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Broken Sword - The Director's Cut | March 17, 2009 at 06:26 PM

Sooo, this'll be the fourth or fifth time I've bought this game, once for PC, once for PlayStation, then again for PC in budget form, then again for PC in compilation form with Broken Sword 2...yep, fifth. No, sixth, I got the GBA release.

Still not as many times as X-Com though.

This time it's got new bits, so that justifies the purchase if any justifying were needed which it isnt.

http://www.play...ut/Product.html

Faces For Radio | March 16, 2009 at 07:52 PM

You'd have to be mad to miss Adam and Joe (http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b00j5vnj/Adam_and_Joe_14_03_2009/) or Stephen Merchant (http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b00j5wcp/Stephen_Merchant_15_03_2009/).

Both prime examples of music and comedy bollocks.

Tell No One | March 16, 2009 at 07:46 PM

One of the few films I've ever seen that deserves to be called a thriller.

A man finds out that his dead wife might not be dead after all when she emails him, and off he goes trying to uncover what's going on. Except he's not Wesley Snipes or Keanu Reeves playing a secret agent, he's just some French bloke playing a doctor, which makes him all the more empathisable (actual word!).

Very tense, quite exciting, and the only film I can remember that has actually made me sit on the edge of my seat. You really get behind the main character because he's just a normal bloke, and it could happen to you and your wife. Or pet, if you don't have a wife.

No Country For Old Men. | March 16, 2009 at 07:40 PM

Get it watched, mate, ASAP. Well worth the time.

In Fookin' Bruges | March 16, 2009 at 07:39 PM

Fiennes is so totally different to any other role I've seen him play, it's great. Sweary gangster really suits him, he's got the fashions down pat, and the psychotic temper ("You fucking retract that bit about my cunt fucking kids!").

The 39th Battalion. | March 16, 2009 at 07:34 PM

A great little Ozzie film about some amateur troops in WWII. Stuck in deepest, darkest, jungliest New Guinea, conscripts go up against the rock-hard Nipponese.

Under-equipped, poorly supplied, and in terrain where it is quite possible to drown in mud, the Ozzie forces ("chockos" or chocolate soldiers) were expected to get a kicking and surrender, melting under the Japanese assault, extreme conditions, and their own general shitness.

Bout time our Commonwealth troops got a bit of cinetime, and fuck me do they deserve it. Jungle fighting, good audio especially the guns and other assorted bangs, gory stuff, manly and tender moments (no tender manly moments though, sorry), courage, sacrifice, shooting lots of people, this film has the lot. Cheap as chips on DVD as well.

Beowulf | March 16, 2009 at 07:23 PM

Gleeson looks like fucking Gimli, son of Gloin.

The Mutant Chronicles. | March 16, 2009 at 07:21 PM

Fucking shite, avoid. Enemies that can be killed by bullets, explosions and blades. Nothing unusual, right? Yet it still required a scene to explain in the film.

The Fountain | March 16, 2009 at 07:18 PM

You can guess, I know I certainly did, but I have no clue about whether my guesses were right or not. It's several stories intertwined/repeating or both, in different ages, and gives you something to think about right enough.

A Cock And Bull Story. | March 16, 2009 at 07:16 PM

A film about the attempt to film Tristram Shandy, an unfilmable book, starring Ste Coogan, Rob Brydon, Gillian Anderson, Keeley Hawes and the lovely Naomie Harris. It's actually quite funny, though some of my friends think it's pretentious.

Brydon impersonating Coogan is funny as fuck, and while my opinion of Coogan varies (Partridge is shite, Saxondale is gold), playing himself he's perfect, and often a perfect arrogant twat.

See it.

The Fountain | March 16, 2009 at 07:08 PM

Darren Aronofsky. Requiem for a Dream, Pi, him, that bloke.

So you'll know that this film is patently unguessable without (and even with) viewing.

Answers as to what it fucking means on a forum post, please.

Eden Log | March 16, 2009 at 07:06 PM

Not, as you might think, about the first turd laid by Adam, but a French sci-fi film about a futuristic society and the stuff that keeps it going.

Interesting stuff, filmed in colour but the environment is so washed out and monochrome it's difficult to tell sometimes, excellent use of light, good audio, but a guessable ending.

The Duellists. | March 16, 2009 at 07:02 PM

Ridley Scott's first film. Keith Carradine. Harvey Keitel. Napoleonic France. Lots of duelling.

It's good.

Beowulf | March 16, 2009 at 06:50 PM

Hope Slaughter's not seen it, he'll be in tears.

Doomsday! | March 16, 2009 at 06:48 PM

Aye, it's Marshall's worst film so far, though it's still decent. The budget appears to have gone to his head, and he's overreached what the money could do, so the film looks a bit cheap and small-scale in places.

Rhona Mitra is both cold and a bit sexy and does a decent job in the lead, Hoskins isn't in it much, nor is Malky McDowell, O'Hara plays another unlikeable prick, and Pertwee dies (this isn't a spoiler as he dies in every film he's ever fucking been in, I'm sure). Some good action, but not as good as the films that quite obviously inspired it.

Worth a watch, but nowhere near as good as DogS or The Descent.

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