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Crank 2: High Voltage

great fun

(Edit) 02/02/2010

I must admit to laughing when i read a rather serious review of this film by another reviewer. Looks like some people take this film rather seriously when it's just basically a cartoon but without the animation ! Crank 2 kicks off mere seconds after the first film ends and see's chev chelios (statham) kidnapped with his heart stolen and replaced with an artificial one which need a constant electrical boost every few mins from whatever source he can find ! Yes it's every bit as silly as the first film but directors Neveldine and Taylor never let you go bored and with a brisk 90mins it never outstays it's welcome. There seems to be a lot of snobbery about this movie but its just mindless fun that never pretends to be anything else. If you enjoyed the first film then crank 2 is well worth 90 mins of your time.

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The Inbetweeners: Series 1

American pie - The Series?

(Edit) 01/02/2010

The Inbetweeners is another smash comedy from the home of this sort of programme E4. I dont know how E4 does it but they churn out some great shows like Misfits,Skins and The Inbetweeners. Think American pie-The Series set in england and your halfway there!! 4 hapless students take us on their riotous journey of sexual escapades and shenaningans in the 6th form of normal comprehensive secondary school. The language is full on, so it is an 18 cert for a reason! How some of it got by the censors for tv broadcast is baffling Lol!. Anyone who is human and male can indentify with the themes in The Inbetweeners as they are the sort of experiences every teenage boy goes through when growing up. The cast is excellent especially loudmouth jay (james buckley) and the completely geeky will ( simon bird) You'll be splitting your sides most of the time and the writing is excellent. It's no surprise that the show has been up for a slew of awards over the last year or so and only missed out to Gavin and Stacey which in my opinion isn't that funny.

Rent this and series 2 together and you'll have a great time. Series 3 should be airing late 2010.

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