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Looking forward to having a big belly laugh, my boyfriend was quick to remind me about his older films. Of which only one – Cemetery Junction – I enjoyed.
He was right, and my initial excitement for David Brent: Life on the Road suddenly took a dive.
Thinking about it, Ricky Gervais has a knack for TV series, but in his film career – in my opinion – he has always been a one-trick-pony.
After the first five-minutes of becoming reacquainted with the cocky and cringe-worthy character of David Brent, the repetitive jokes were drilled in over and over. This comedy became boring quite rapidly… Continue reading
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I wanted to make a quick post regarding the fantastic English actress, Rosamund Pike.
I had one idea in my head about who she is, naively based on her characters in Made in Dagenham and The World’s End, but since seeing Gone Girl my image of her has been completely crushed.
It’s like listening to an amazing song and having an idea of who the singer looks like, and what they are like in person. But then you find their photo, then you watch an interview… And then your whole perception of who you think they are is SCREWED… Continue reading
Tagged actors, anne hathaway, Daniel Radcliffe, elastic heart, ella enchanted, gone girl, harry potter, image, jack black, les miserbles, made in dagenham, perception, ricky gervais, Rosamund Pike, Shia LaBeouf, Sia
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Yes, we all know he has a head as round as an orange and we know he’s not the brightest bulb in the tanning bed. But he certainly comes out with some very interesting views of the world.
“Parrots have gone a bit quiet since pirates have gone.”
(He’s really funny on The Ricky Gervais Show.)
You may have seen him in Idiot Abroad. He’s so comically underwhelmed with everything.
“I came face-to-face with a gorilla which was quite good, but it was a 10-hour trek in bad weather, up hills, covered in mud, with mosquitoes everywhere and when we got there the gorilla’s just sat there doing nowt.”… Continue reading
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The ditsy character in the Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant TV series, Extras, is Maggie Jacobs (Ashley Jensen).
I like her because she is so innocent and naive. It makes a huge change for one of the leading characters to be so honest and unaffected by mainstream beliefs. She is fresh-faced and relatable, similar to Bridget Jones but much more average. I guess because she’s… Continue reading
Tagged 2013, awesome, bridget jones, comedy, connie, extras, film, film freak, film review, filmfreak, freak, funny, maggie jacobs, movie, nz, review, ricky gervais, show, stephen merchant, tv
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Based in the early seventies, this film follows the lives of three boys in their early twenties whose lives consist of “boozing”, partying and “getting birds”. However, after one of the boys, Freddie (Christian Cook), meets an old friend, Julie (Felicity Jones) who is bursting to leave town and travel the world, he decides that he wants more in life too.
They both realise that they are both being held back by conservative parents and living in the regimented town of Cemetery Junction… Continue reading
Tagged 2010, 2013, awesome, bowie, cemetery junction, connie, elton john, film, film review, freak, movie, music, nz, review, ricky gervais, seventies, sixties, song, stephen merchant