It was meant to be a tense night where the outcome would be uncertain, however the pollsters got it wrong, not just slightly, but spectacularly. Cue the excuses and resignations of the three biggest losers…
The UK has no parliament, however on the 7th of May, we will vote for another one and its likely to be a gruesome battle.
Ive actually seen several films since last year, however for several reasons which have been documented before, and will no doubt be done so again in my yearly review, this has been the first chance I have had to write a film review, and thanks to Paddington, its a positive one.
It was one of the biggest announcements Apple has ever made, not one, but two groundbreaking pieces of technology. A few days after the event itself, here are my thoughts of what was announced.
Its a sport some people love, and some people hate. Every four years those who love it get treated to the World Cup, those who do not, write blog posts like this…
We all need a helping hand now and again, but if we refuse to listen, should it be given time and time again?
Is anything politically controversial being now described as ‘racist’, ‘homophobic’ or ‘sexist’…I think it has the potential to be yes.
Looking to the future is something that we are often told to do when things aren’t going our way, but is it always the best thing to do?
EE, its a network with those really stupid/annoying adverts. But I have bit the bullet and joined them, and I can honestly say, thus far, I am impressed.
If you want to watch a film that will reduce you to tears with laughter, fill you with joy, and keep you on the edge of your seat both emotionally and physically throughout your entire cinematic experience. Go see something else, as this film will disappoint on every level!