Tag Archive | Woody Harrelson

A Droid Premiere: Triple 9 (2016)

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Surprise! Yes, it’s your old mate Droid here with a review of the new film ‘Triple 9’. Since it’s been a surprisingly long time since I wrote one of these, I expect it to be pretty terrible. So… par for the course, really.

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Jarv’s Birthday Series: Natural Born Killers (1994)

Due to having to attend my little sister’s wedding on Friday, I’ve fallen a few days behind on this epic run. Therefore, the only way I have of redeeming myself is to bash out the reviews at more than one a day until I catch up. Fortunately for me, this is the 90’s and therefore I’ve got a truckload of great films to write about. Natural Born Killers (release date 26th August 1994) is, sadly, not one of them. Read More…

Jarv casts his booze-sodden gaze back at 2010

Seeing as Droid has done his, and we all like these lists, I thought I’d put one up as well. Fuel for debate and whatnot.

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The Coc Awards: Part 3- The nominations are

This is the cinema part of these awards. Over the last few weeks, we’ve asked for your thoughts on category, and then we asked everyone for nominations. I’ve now collated them all, and these are the most nominated in each category. I’m putting it to the vote, so it’s all public etc, but don’t forget how easy it is to bribe me!.

First up: The Cinema Awards. Where at all possible, I’ll link to a review that we’ve got up. A lot of them we haven’t reviewed which is a bit odd, given the amount of crap we have squandered bandwidth on. Otherwise, just take my word for it. All finalists received more than one nomination with one exception, that I’ll explain when it comes up.

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Droid had a great time at ‘Zombieland’

  

 

‘Zombieland’ is simple stuff.  It bothers only with a minimal story and focuses on providing us with great performances, plenty of laughs and a seemingly never-ending zombie population for our intrepid heroes to splatter in various amusing ways.  There are no huge surprises, and it never outstays it’s welcome.  It’s simply lots of fun.

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