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The most furious load of bollocks yet. Amazing.


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Works best if you're as wasted as the cast. Puerile, filthy fun.

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Hawaiian shirts, gravity-defying hair and a cross-dressing Ray Finkle? Alrighty then!


If it's an advert for Angry Birds, it's a good one.

Source Code

Confidently mainstream with real sci-fi smarts. A cracking caper on a train.

Bored on the Train?

Inspired by Source Code, here's a movie guide to make any train journey more exciting.


A glass and a half empty production. Hop aims for Cadbury goodness but winds up closer to Hersheys chocolate.

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Written by Ivan Radford   
Friday, 01 April 2011 13:44

Trains are awesome. Except for when you end up sitting next to a loud idiot with a mobile phone, or when you don't get a seat at all, or when you have to use the repulsive on-board toilets, or when there's a signal failure on the Central Line, or when some drunk retard vomits all over your shoes, or when you have to pay £10 just to eat a Twix, or when you miss your train altogether. Yeah, trains suck. 

So what do you do to pass the time when one or all of the above happens? Follow this simple cinema guide to make any rail journey more exciting.



For more on-rails excitement, check out the trailer for Duncan Jones' Source Code. Or, even better, go see the whole thing.


  • duncan jones
  • from russia with love
  • hitchcock
  • source code
  • the polar express
  • the taking of pelham 123
  • tony scott
  • unstoppable
  • wes anderson

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