Bourne again? Jeremy Renner and his green pills – Tony Gilroy’s legacy

Does it strike you as funny that of two films that are currently out at the cinema – one a remake, one a sequel of sorts – both are to do with memory loss? I am, of course, talking about the Total Recall and the Bourne Legacy, the latter of which I saw recently and… Continue reading Bourne again? Jeremy Renner and his green pills – Tony Gilroy’s legacy

Mickey Rourke: A Rumble Fish born in the wrong century

For this post I’d like to offer my thoughts on Francis Ford Coppola’s Rumble Fish and how Mickey Rourke seems to be ‘born in the wrong time period’, no matter what film he’s in. Released in 1983 and filmed largely in black and white, it tells the story of Matt Dillon’s ‘Rusty James’, a young hot-headed… Continue reading Mickey Rourke: A Rumble Fish born in the wrong century

Travel Photo of the Year

I was on safari in Tanzania earlier this year, you’ve taken some great shots. Love the lion and the cub! Sadly cubs were hiding when I was there.

Blur, the Specials, New Order – Olympic closing concert, a tender affair

On Sunday night I was lucky enough to go to the closing concert of the London 2012 olympics. Not the one in the stadium, but the one on Hyde park. The one where Blur played their possibly last ever gig. For me,  the day started about mid afternoon with New Order. Their gig was good,… Continue reading Blur, the Specials, New Order – Olympic closing concert, a tender affair

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Originally posted on Pastrami Nation:
The Hulk will smash! Yes, that line above is wrong on purpose. In an interview with Marvel.com, writer Mark Waid and artist Leinil Yu talk about the new Indestructible Hulk book, which hits this November. Waid is a legend in the comic book world, with my personal favorites being Irredeemable…