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4:32pm Monday 2nd March 2009
Zack Snyder’s stylish but bloody and violent adaptation of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ celebrated graphic novel pulls no punches as its transports us back in time to a very different vision of the mid-1980s.
4:36pm Monday 2nd March 2009
2:55pm Monday 23rd February 2009
2:51pm Monday 23rd February 2009
Clint Eastwood delivers a tour-de-force performance in a tension-soaked tale about the bubbling pressures under the surface of muilticultural America He examines the clashes of ideals in predominantly white, blue-collar neighbourhoods, where the ethnic and cultural make-up has been irrevocably altered by the influx of immigrants.
8:48am Thursday 19th February 2009
8:52am Thursday 19th February 2009
8:53am Thursday 19th February 2009
Darnell Martin’s dramatisation of the rise of Chess Records and its recording artists affirms the image of the music industry as a beast that chews up its best talent, sucks out their creativity and spits them out when they are no longer of any use.
3:45pm Monday 9th February 2009
3:44pm Monday 9th February 2009
3:43pm Monday 9th February 2009
Thor Freudenthal ignores the advice about working with children and animals to direct this family-oriented tale of two enterprising orphans, whose enduring love for their four-legged friends sparks a magical adventure.
Your Say Your Gazette
I refer to the article on Chippenham RFC seeking permission from the Rugby Football Union to allow their second team to be promoted to Southern Counties (level seven of the RFU league structure) should they finish top of Dorset & Wilts 1 North (level eight), (Gazette & Herald, February 28). The most interesting aspect of the article was actually what was not said by the club’s representative or was not mentioned. − Colin Brockhurst, CorshamSet up reserve league »
A newsletter hit my doormat on March 2 from ‘Nick Watts and the Lib Dem team’ headlined: Freeze Wilts council tax say Lib Dems. This document goes on to tell us that: “hard-working families cannot afford unnecessary council tax hikes in these difficult times” and so “Nick Watts and the Liberal Democrats have promised not to support any attempt by Wiltshire Conservatives to hit families by increasing council tax this year”. − Peter Kemp, ChippenhamDon't believe claims »
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