You get to experience every emotion under the sun with this latest space based drama. The views of our planet are brilliant, and exactly what you would expect with 15 years worth of advancement in technology from the release of the amazing film Armageddon. Go view it once, go view it twice, then buy it in HD to watch it 10 times more – its that good!
Ive never reviewed a book, mainly because having been a student for 5 years I’ve not really had the change of reading a book for pleasure. Since law books would not make an interesting subject for a review its not something I’ve done up until now. I read SUMO over one weekend in September, and I must say its a brilliant book, whether you’re a student, medic or artist – there is something everyone can take from it.
Most boys start doing it when they are teenagers. Most men do it every day, with a select few choosing to do it every other. Women also do it, but do it less frequently and talk about it less. I am of course talking about shaving. Being a working man, going to work clean shaven is now more important than going to uni clean-shaven, and as such required some new tech!
Its strange for me to laugh out loud at anything, in fact so much so that I honestly cant remember the last time I did, let alone laughed out loud in the cinema. However this film, made me do just that, over and over again.
Over the past few days thousands of twitter users have campaigned for it, and twitter eventually bowed to the public pressure. The question is, how does this stack up with freedom of speech?
10 Years ago we didn’t depend on it as much, whereas today we cant live without it. Every second of every day we are connected to the Internet, and use it to complete tasks that 10 years ago wouldn’t have been possible to complete on the go, or from the comfort of our own chairs.
Very few people watch the BBC’s popular car based TV programme for factual car advice. Most instead watch it for the entertainment it brings, however it has since been revealed that this could all be staged.
The Hitchhiker’s said it was ’42’, Monty Python said ‘it was nothing very special’, I say it’s three things.
Now You See Me, Now You Don’t – a typical expression use by magicians, however unlike its title, this film is nothing but typical…
It was a long time coming, but finally the Royal baby arrived. Still officially unnamed, but lovingly referred to as ‘Baby Cambridge’ the world has stood still as we awaited first the birth, and now the first glimpse of the third inline to the throne.