Cor, Blimey! (2000)

The Carry On (1958-1978,1992) films are considered perhaps one of the great British film franchises, but while the films themselves are dated, cliché, cheap, and largely eyerollingly unfunny, there are a series of much more compelling stories behind the scenes. Probably the most famous of these is the decade long affair between Carry On stars’ Barbara Windsor and Sid James. When I heard there was a film about this relationship, as well as touching on the torment of some of the other stars, I knew I had to check it out. Is it any good? Well, might as well find out.

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The shape of water – 2018

So, yes… i kinda vanished…. again. Though this time i did it to everyone, not just you, if that helps…. I had some alone time, me time and i discovered that i hadn’t been happy. So i have this year immediately set about changing that, and just with a smile, a can do attitude and a social outlook, it’s been incredible just how full my life has become already! I have done more this last week than i did in an entire set of months last year and i feel so, so much better. So, once again, boomerang boy is back! Continue reading “The shape of water – 2018”

Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)

Hello, it’s me again! I’ve not done a film review yet, however this one was something I went to see on it’s release date and one I wanted to write about. I had been waiting for this film to come out since I saw it was being made, and now I have the honour to tell you all about it, so don’t stop me now… Continue reading “Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)”

Home Alone – Christmas Classic Or Parental Horror Movie?

Right then. I’m on record as being one of the few people on this God-forsaken planet that doesn’t go hoop-la over the movie Home Alone (1990), and instead, takes issue with it. Here’s a number of reasons why.

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