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Monthly Archives: October 2011

The Life And Times Of Ryan J Finnigan: Roller Derby

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Finding yourself greeted by the sight of stilt-walkers, jugglers and an army of girls on roller skates might not be your usual Sunday-afternoon fare. However, Ponds Forge was transformed from Continue reading »

Film Review The Three Musketeers (2011)

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In the interest of not being pigeonholed a cynic, and because my therapist recommend it as an accompaniment to the blue pills, I have decided Continue reading »

Film Review Deja Vu

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This review is all thanks to Source Code, an incredibly watchable and well-made film starring Jake Gyllenhaal, which the trailers made look like a Déjà vu clone. Having eaten humble pie and taken my Continue reading »

The Life And Times Of Ryan J Finnigan: Hell Hath No Fury like a Zimmerman Scorn

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Throughout my love-affair with the lyrics of Bob Dylan, it has been with a limitless swooning sigh that I have realised that not only has Bob written consistently great lyrics, he has done so on every subject. A masterwork of epic weaving, I have had many a feeling pulled from my guts and for every thought an expression Continue reading »

The Life And Times Of Ryan Finnigan: The Televolution of Mad

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What’s the difference between JML and JLS? One tries to sell you utterly pointless products via the medium of Television. The other had a Number One hit with ‘Ped Egg’. And that you and Continue reading »

The Life And Times Of Ryan J Finnigan: Drazic Park

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In the inevitable conversations about TV nostalgia that crop up from sentimental Twentysomething’s, the shows I would always bring up were Australian classics, like Pugwall and Round the Twist. I don’t exactly know Continue reading »

Film Review Drive (2011)

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I watched Drive with my mother, the same mother who got an Ipad for her birthday, chose Source Code as her birthday film and didn’t sell me as a baby to fund her postnatal crack addiction. Continue reading »

Film Review Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes

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Dear scientists, I accept Alzheimer’s is a terrible disease that needs to be eradicated, but please please please stop using experimental cures on animals. First there was the Deep Blue Sea debacle where sharks turned into super Dolphins, killing several scientists, a bird and Samuel L Jackson. Continue reading »

Film Review Sunset Limitied

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A white guy called White and a black guy called Black sit in a small inner city apartment. White happens to be a suicidal Tommy Lee Jones and Black happens to be a religious Samuel L Jackson. The two start debating each other’s beliefs, arguing over Continue reading »

Film Review Tell No One

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I watched Tell No One with Tom, so it joins Human Centipede First Cut, the Twentieth Century Boys trilogy and Dragonball Evolution as films we’ve actually watched together. Continue reading »