Sunday, 5 December 2010

TSAJFS 05/12/2010 Brighton Film Festival and Harry Potter 5 and 6!

So, we are outside in the snowy streets of London. It really is freezing cold and you can hear it in our stuttery voices. Luckily we get inside to review the films as we finish our coverarge of The Brighton Film Festival by discussing Fleurs du mal and Patagonia starry pop-star Duffy.

The news, feedback and Top London Box-Office (thank you to 'Time Out' for updating your London Box-Office details!) follow and, to finish, Simon has watched and analysed the fifth and sixth Harry Potter years in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix and Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.



Facebook following is Nick Jobe from Random Ramblings of a Demented Doorknob - 'indeed', this is the second week we recommend him so, hunt him down!

Twitter follower Graham Linehan who has his own blog, if you click here, is worth checking out and do follow him on twitter.

Finally, big recommendation for Film Squish for reviving the 1001 Movie Club - a great site for all your classic film needs!


All music is from the Harry Potter films discussed Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix and Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince composed by Nicholas Hooper.

And, then we also feature Duffy's hit song Mercy and a little bit of Ira Newborn's theme for The Naked Gun trilogy.

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  1. C'mon, Jo - get off your high-horse and watch the damn Potter flicks already. It won't kill you, and you just might like them. It's not their fault you look like Harry. ;)

    Never heard of Duffy before, but that song you played was pretty cool. Patagonia sounds interesting.

    Great job with the Nielsen clips, too. "It's a building with sick people."

  2. Fletch, Jo has many problems ... one of which is his aversion to Potter... and Lord of the Rings ... and Star Wars ...

    Suprised Duffy didn't make it to America, I'm sure, as we speak, Duffy's publiscists are organising a way to put Duffy in the states.


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