Just want to find out peoples opinions of the new X-Men: First Class film. Personally I loved it as much as the first and thought it was a step up from Origins, with great action and special effects.…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Peter Medeiros Jun 12, 2011.
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Have just spent about two hours watching Disney songs on YouTube. I found this four hour long playlist and just skipped all the ones I didn't like. And honestly, I felt seven years old all over again, as if I was at my Grans watching Jungle Book or at home slotting the VCR for Little Mermaid into the player.
It's the magic and colour and pure life that spills out of these films that I just lapped up as a kid, (and now, to be honest.) The Lion King is…Continue
Posted on June 4, 2011 at 10:14am
I saw it today, and it was way better than I expected! Seeing as it is the 5th X-Men movie I really didn't have high hopes as things generally get worse the more movies there are (Shrek, for example.) I loved X-Men 1, 2 and 3, but X-Men Origins: Wolverine just wasn't the same for me. It didn't bring back the greatness of the originals.
However, everything has now changed. X-Men First Class was slightly too long and the plot was a bit sloppy (and predicatable if you know your…Continue
Posted on June 3, 2011 at 1:48pm — 1 Comment
So recently my best friend lent me series one of Big Bang Theory to watch, because she was disgusted that I had never seen, nor heard of it before. I was kinda sceptical to begin with, (most of the TV she likes is goddamn awful) but I have to say I have fallen in love with this show.
It's not just because it's funny, it's because it is so uplifting. At the moment if I ever feel a bit down, or bored, an episode (or two) of Big Bang Theory will pick me up again. Thank you,…Continue
Posted on June 3, 2011 at 3:32am — 1 Comment
So I am starting to realise that revision is neither an enjoyable process, nor something really worth doing. If it were I would be doing it right now, head stuck in my history textbook. But I'm not. I'm writing this instead so doesn't that just tell you something about the enjoyability of revising? That it is something not only boring, but utterly pointless?
Take maths as an example. Multiplying surds, rationalizing denominators and solving quadratics is all very well, but…Continue
Posted on June 2, 2011 at 9:27am — 8 Comments