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Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End dir. by

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Surprisingly I liked this. I loved the first, but was bored during the second, so I wasn’t expecting great things from the third in the series. Maybe this was the reason I liked it, low expectations and all, but whatever the cause I’m glad. It isn’t as good as the first; I don’t think I’d be bothered to rewatch it.

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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest dir. by

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Took me long enough, but I finally managed to catch POTC2, and despite loving the first one I have to say that this just isn’t that great. Yes it has wonderful bits of Jack Sparrow-ness, but overall it is too long and too silly to really entertain. Of course it does suffer because the story doesn’t end with this film,

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Ultraviolet 1.05 – Terra Incognita dir. by

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The second last ever episode sees a bleeding refugee arrive in the UK from Brazil, turns out that he has been receiving special treatment from doctors for his haemophilia in Brazil, and now is looking for Dr. March, not Angie but her husband. Her husband who is dust in the “vampire-prison” after being taken. Not only that but it turns

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Ultraviolet 1.02 – In Nomine Patris dir. by

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So episode two and Mike has left the police and joined the “leecher” hunting squad. In Nomine Patris starts off in a nursing home of some description. And then the appearance of this episode’s Code V, in a fancy-ass car with blacked out window to protect him from the sun. Or at least it protects him until he has a

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