kinuta

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  • Birthday 08/12/1946

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  1. Now reading...

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  2. Hacked/Redirected/WTF?????

    I've been unable to connect for over a week, being constantly rerouted to Abobe update. Quite honestly I'd given up the ghost. Relieved at least that it wasn't a problem at my end. Haven't checked my tablets yet.
  3. What Are You Watching

    Seems to have been the brunt of tongue lashing from Trekie purists. I've enjoyed it all up to yesterdays penultimate episode. Hats off to the show for inventiveness and willingness to break the mould with a dark vision and involving story arc.
  4. Wonder Wheel - Woody Allen (2017) Kate Winslet is the entirety of the film. She struggles with a dodgy script to give a thespian display that almost equals Kate Blanchet in Blue Jasmine. That said, the film has a lot of quite awful aspects that make it uncomfortable viewing. The Justin Timberlake beach guard whanabee Eugene O'Neill is ridiculous, and never delivers any sign of actually having written anything. Kate's husband is an insufferable blowhard, copied from The Purple Rose Of Cairo. Kate's dimwit sister arrives unexpectably (Blue Jasmine) , followed by two mob heavies (from The Sopranos-literally) who disappear after one scene. Kate's kid is a psycho arsonist. Devoid of humour or whimsy, none of this hodgepodge comes together in any meaningful way. See it for Kate but forget the rest. How The Beatles Changed The World - Tom O'Dell (2017) What the title says. Once in the early 60's and again in the late 60's. I thought the Beatles well had been long since drained dry but this was an entertaining and fun watch. I liked it.
  5. Dennis Edwards (1943 - 2018) R.I.P

    Great singer. Will be missed but remembered.
  6. Taxi Driver is a great soundtrack. The central tenor interlude is unforgettable, but the whole thing is brilliant. I often wonder why it hasn't been covered by other players.