Brian G

 
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Belkin In Car Tunecast 6 Universal FM Transmitter by Belkin
On journeys that are more than 'just round the corner' I like to have options. Often I'll prefer a trip in relative silence or chat to whoever is with me but if I want to listen to music it's a bonus to be able to widen my choices & this Tunecast gives me that in a quick, easy way. Who wants complications after all? Apart from carrying a batch of CDs when driving to delve into or be restricted by whatever music/talk station your car radio is set to you can now - thanks to very simple to perform actions - listen to your MP3 player through your car speakers & be the one who determines what sounds you listen to.
There's a brief manual that doesn't need to be too detailed because it really… Read more
Broken Flowers [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Bill Murray
Broken Flowers [DVD] DVD ~ Bill Murray
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
I found `Broken Flowers' to be an extremely entertaining and delightful tale starring Bill Murray in the kind of dry and deadpan role that made `Lost In Translation' such an enjoyable success. Here he plays Don Johnston - an ageing and distant `Casanova'. When dumped by his latest lover Sherry (Julie Delpy) Don's response is to once more accept that the life of a single man is meant for him. But his uncomplicated and seemingly tedious life suddenly livens up dramatically when he gets a mysterious pink letter through the post. In it the anonymous writer tells him that he has a 19 year old son who could be looking for him - quite a turn of events for somebody who prefers a low key… Read more
Kolya [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Zdenek Sverak
Kolya [DVD] DVD ~ Zdenek Sverak
31 of 31 people found the following review helpful
`Kolya' is a refreshing, warm and thoughtful film guaranteed to entertain throughout. It's as capable of making you cry just as easily as it will have you laughing out loud at its many humorous moments - and that's not a bad combination for any movie to have! Louka (Zdenek Sverak) is 55 and leads a carefree life in Soviet occupied Czechoslovakia. He enjoys his fair share of socialising and womanising. He can to indulge in his other love - music - due to being a concert cellist. But an unexpected series of events cause his life to change dramatically leaving him exposed to deal with many new emotions he has carefully managed to avoid. After losing his place in the prestigious state orchestra… Read more

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