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Monthly Archives: January 2012

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Birthday Bash For Naomi’s Brother!

Posting this a little late, but better late than never! Liev and Naomi attended the 45th birthday bash for her brother Ben Wats on the evening of 19th January. Liev looked his usual dapper self (I seem to say that a lot… It suits him!), mixing a smart suit jacket with a cardi and jeans. The party, which was held at The Double Seven, was a wild affair with kitsch touches thrown in to add theread more…

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6/7 For ‘Goon’ From World Of Blackout!!

And so, January is here. The traditional post-Christmas release pattern in the UK is for the more worthy films to be aired just before the Academy Awards ceremony in February. With the festivities and their associated blockbusters out of the way, now is the perfect time to see actual film at the cinema, and 2012 is no exception. With Goon, director Michael ‘Take Me Home Tonight’ Dowse brings us a tale of self-discovery and cameraderie, withread more…

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Great Review From UK’s The Guardian!

Ice hockey is a violent game, but usually in movies the violence is the garnish rather than the meal itself. In this brutal comedy, the game is a minor consideration, its central character being the blue-collar Canadian Doug Glatt (Seann William Scott), a likable lad, who can scarcely skate and is mentally a couple of pucks short of a fairy tale. But he has a gift for violence and is hired from his job as aread more…

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HeyUGuys.co.uk Gives Goon 4 Out Of 5!!

Surprisingly violent and often very funny, Goon is an underdog sporting tale with a difference, and featuring a career best performance from Seann William Scott, it’s well worth getting your skates on and heading out to see it on the big screen. The man who is still chiefly known as Stifler, the shirt-chasing horndog from the ‘Pie’ series, is monosyllabic simpleton Doug Glatt. Coasting through life as a doorman, what he lacks in brains he clearlyread more…

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Goon Review From Coventry Telegraph (UK Paper)

Goon is an offbeat comedy based on the incredible true story of a minor league ice hockey player who courted fame for his thuggish conduct. Adapted from the book by Adam Frattasio and Doug Smith, Michael Dowse’s endearing film is a celebration of an underdog who found his calling by flooring his opponents. The goon of the title refers to an enforcer, whose role is to protect his team-mates using any part of his battered bodyread more…

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