From the Prince of Wales pub in Clapham - though this pub is based in the 'Old Town' part of Clapham, we move on with films which will inevitably make an impression during awards season with Danny Boyle's 127 Hours. This week, we even get an opinion from Sarah! We cover the usual movie news, UK Box-Office and New Releases whilst additionally visiting the club to see our social networking-films.
Then, to finish, JO watches another film of 2010 that he managed to watch in the closing few days of the year, Easy A - is it the next Mean Girls and Clueless?
Simon on the other hand, continues his 1001 Films to See before he Dies with Don Siegels Dirty Harry!
Facebook-er of the Week is Tom Everson! Well done to you sir for you Brideshead Revisited knowledge!
Twitter-er of the week is Paul Parry, aka @parryphernalia, just click on the link and you will see the fella you should follow!
Finally, Blogger of the week is the Movie Moxie - who emailed in (you should do the same!) and who has a great blog! The piece of work (ho ho!) about Joan Rivers which perked my interest to her site this week is here.
The break-music is from the soundtrack to 127 Hours. The score is by AR Rahman, but obviously there is the use of the fantastic Bill Withers track 'Lovely Day' to kick-off the show.
The last track is from the incredibly funky music from Dirty Harry by Lalo Schifrin.
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