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The Inbetweeners: Series 1 & 2
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The funniest show on TV for the past two years. The Inbetweeners takes you back to what school was like with the cool kids, the bullies and the inbetweeners. Hilarious and cringeworthy at the same time the boys attempts at getting girls will leave you crying with laughter. Everyone can relate to the characters and the some of the situations that they get themselves into. Best show since Peep Show. A little warning though if you watch too much you may end up sounding and thinking like Jay!
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If this doesn't win best picture oscar then there is something wrong. One of Eastwood's best acting performances embodying characters such as Dirty Harry and The Stranger, Walt Kowalski stands up to the neighbourhood hoodlums as a Korean war veteran.
Great story exploring the change in suburban America over the last 50 years and the influx of immigrants from around the globe.
Absolutely loved this at the cinema and if you only see one film this year it has to be this!
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A story based on a dodgy bank that has nothing to do with the credit crunch. Doesn't sound the most interesting tale but some excellent twists and fine acting from Clive Owen brings the story to life. Not the easiest of watches as requires some thinking but a well put together production.
An intelligent thriller utilising the fantastic locations across Europe from Berlin to Milan and over the pond to Manhatten. Smug 'untouchable' bankers are the bad guys hiding behind multiple layers of red tape plotting to benefit from the debt of the world's warzones.
Owen plays the role of an Interpol officer fantasically and is another film under his belt to an inevitable call up to the role of James Bond.
I Love You, Man
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Saw this film at the cinema and seriously considered walking out half way through. Very few funny bits and finding it hard to remember any laugh out loud moments. Contender for worst film of the year. Buy The Hangover instead.