The Producers

    If you go see this film looking for nothing more than simple entertainment then you should come out entirely satisfied. It made me laugh, although the songs, with the exception of Springtime for Hitler, didn’t really do anything for me, little boring and watching it you’d wish they had left a few out.

    The plot, for those that don’t know, concerns Max Bialystock, a theatre producer who can be counted on to give audiences the worst plays possible. But when an accountant (Leo Bloom) suggests that through creative accounting, a dishonest producer could make more with a flop than a hit, Bialystock sees an opportunity.

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Ladyhawke

I’ve wanted to buy this film on dvd for a long time now, but kept putting it off because it is a pretty vanilla dvd release. Menus are not a special feature. Still better late than never I suppose.

For those that don’t know, Ladyhawke opens with Broderick escaping a prison. In fact he is the only person to have ever escaped from this prison, so his captors really want to recapture him and show everyone that no one escapes from the Dungeons of Aquila. The guards almost recapture him, but he is saved by Etienne Navarre, the ex-captain of the Guard, a man wanted by the Bishop’s men.

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