I am so very happy that Dave’s Fantasy Comedy Zapped has returned for a second season. Returning to Munty to see if Brian ever makes it back to Earth, ever gets another set of clothes or one day finally falls in love with Barbara….
I really enjoyed season XI of Red Dwarf, feeling that it was back to its very best. I was very happy to hear it was back again for season XII!
The third and so far last of the adventures of Austin Powers meets even newer threats along with the same old same old threats and a lot of 60s flair.
A new evil base, a new evil plan and a new adventure for Austin and his new partner.
I didn’t feel the second film matched up to the first but can the third save the series?
After the huge success of the first movie a sequel was always going to come around and so it did in 1999. Starring Mike Myers once again as the title character and main bad guy Dr. Evil and with a whole string of new henchmen and spies the second movie attempted to do what the first one did bigger, better and faster.
Can you believe it has nearly been 20 years since Austin Powers first danced onto our screens and stole our hearts.
Staring Mike Myers as both Austin Powers and his nemesis Dr. Evil the film was a much quoted beast of a film. It was a icon of my young life and a film that always makes me laugh no matter how long its been between watching it. A parody of spy films that spawned two sequels.
My generation grew up with Alan Partridge, Steve Coogan’s fictional presenter. You tended to find at school you either fell into the Partridge group or the Ali G group.
I could hardly believe there was going to be a Alan Partridge movie when it was announced and managed to miss out on seeing it in the cinema. I finally sat down to watch it hoping that it was going to be everything I wanted a Alan Partridge movie to be…
As the poster said “12 Hostages, 24 hours, 1 Partridge….”
A live action film based on the Michael Bond stories of a bear who could speak English who shows up in England and has a love of marmalade.
Who didn’t fall in love with Paddington as kids?
Now he comes to the big screen along with his larger then life cast all portrayed by some of the best actors around today. A film for all the family, especially all those kids who grew up with Paddington.