Monthly Archives: October 2010

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me

Brief Synopsis: This is the prequel to the television series Twin Peaks, which followed investigations into the death of Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee). Finally, the audience meet Laura herself and discover how she really died. Good Points: It’s gripping because … Continue reading

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How Often Do You?

Mood: Girly, giggly Style: Smart casual Listening to: itunes DJ What’s on today? 7.30pm-10.00pm: wine at mine with Katie Cat (see Who’s Who) I loves wine nights with Katie Cat. She’s the one friend I have whom I completely trust … Continue reading

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Get Carter

Brief Synopsis: Carter (Michael Caine) returns to the north of England to avenge his brother’s murder. Good Points: There are a few funny moments, in that typical 60s-Brit-film way. If you’re a guy, Britt Eckland frolics on a bed, topless. … Continue reading

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Man of my Dreams

Mood: Euphoria tinged with sadness Style: Bedheady, naked Listening to: Sara Cox on Radio 1 Benny P (or the original Mr P, I suppose) was my first love. I had the biggest crush on him at school. We ‘went out’ … Continue reading

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Mask

Brief Synopsis: Based on the true story of Rocky Dennis (Eric Stoltz) a boy born with a facial disfigurement. Good Points: Rocky is a wonderful character, the story is touching, moving and very powerful. Bad Points: You will need to … Continue reading

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Ps and Qs

Mood: Annoyed Style: Generic workwear Listening to: The monotonous buzzing of my PC and the girl behind me, who’s supposed to be on a diet, crunching her way through bags and bags of crisps. What’s on today? 8am – 3pm: … Continue reading

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Starcrossed – AA Gill

Brief Synopsis: Mousy, bookshop assistant John Dart, wakes up in bed with Hollywood superstar, Lee Montana, after a book launch. Good Points:┬áIt’s funny, gruesome in parts, touching in others – very Gill if you’re aware of his Sunday Times column. … Continue reading

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