Shia Labeouf being a jerk, the army being illogical, a model girl with no acting skills, irritating comedy characters and a lot of explosions. Looks like another Transformers movie! Revenge Of The Fallen scarred me a little and Dark Of The Moon opens some new wounds. Continue reading
Oh lordy, how did I end up buying these? I guess I was off to the cinema to see The Road and realised I hadn’t made tea. So I figured a sandwich and crisps would make a decent enough tea for tonight seeing as I had my standard MacDonald’s hangover cure for lunch and take out pizza for breakfast as in past midnight home from night out breakfast. I’m not falling into bad habits, it is just Wednesday always seems to be that day of the week I can enjoy myself a bit. It is my new Thursday. Anyway, Tesco had no sandwiches left so I grabbed some Baby Bells, Transformers crisps and these weird Fridge Raider Bits: Southern Fried Chicken flavour. Continue reading
The last Transformers film was an entertaining action summer popcorn flick with a simple storyline and full to the brim with non stop action to blow you out your seats. It was fun and certainly worth a sequel, does Revenge of The Fallen live up to the first?
The same cast of characters are in this with a few new inclusions which really don’t go noticed as they feel shoe horned in for a fresh feel. I can’t even remember any of the names which is quite embarrassing but they are only used a few times so you just have to go by face, this goes for the original cast to, one guy plays an excellent role but I think his name is said twice in the whole thing, he’s the butcher in this, you’ll know what I mean (Seymour Simmons played by John Turturro actually, I checked wikipedia), he’s great. Strangely the main characters mum gets loads of screen time, I just wanted her to shut up, she isn’t entertaining, but maybe she’ll remind you of how embarrassing mums can be? Continue reading