The Express Drystar Overpants are designed for wear over casual pants to provide effective protection against abrasion and impacts, as well as 100% waterproof...... more
The Express Drystar Overpants are designed for wear over casual pants to provide effective protection against abrasion and impacts, as well as 100% waterproof performance when riding in adverse weather. A removable thermal liner ensures comfortable riding in cooler conditions, while a long zippered gusset makes fitting and removing the pants while wearing boots quick and easy. EXPRESS DRYSTAR® OVERPANTS KEY FEATURES: 600 Denier fabrics with PU coating main construction with reinforcement material on knees and seat areas. Pre-curved leg design affords a superior riding fit. Waterproof and breathable Drystar® membrane ensures excellent all-weather capability. Removable thermal liner ensures high levels of comfort when riding in cooler conditions. Ergonomically tapered PE comfort padding on the hips. Armor on the knees provide high levels of impact protection. A long zippered gusset running from the knees to the hem enables easy fitment of the pants while wearing boots. Reflective piping for enhanced night-time visibility. Waist connection zipper allows attachment to selected Alpinestars leather and textile jackets. Adjustable waist with secure sliding hook closure. Premium YKK® zippers.
Based on the real-life story of college football hero Ernie Davis, The Express will remind some moviegoers of the heart-tugging Brian's Song. Ernie Davis was a...... more
Based on the real-life story of college football hero Ernie Davis, The Express will remind some moviegoers of the heart-tugging Brian's Song. Ernie Davis was a star athlete at Syracuse University and the first African American to win the Heisman Trophy. Unlike other winners of that era, he wasn't allowed to attend his banquet dinner because the venue didn't serve blacks. He died of leukemia at the age of 23 in 1963. That element of his story is well known to football fans. What the filmmakers concentrate on in The Express isn't just Davis' athletic prowess, but the relationship he had with his coach Ben Schwartzwalder (Dennis Quaid). Rob Brown (Stop-Loss, Coach Carter) lends both gravity and charm to the role of Davis. He plays Davis as a strong willed and moral young man who refuses to let racism and discrimination dominate his life. He joins a Jewish fraternity, gets along with his predominantly white teammates and shows respect for his family and coach. The film is wise not to present Schwartzwalder as wholly colour blind. Though not overtly racist, he makes a few references that would not be acceptable in modern-day society. Overall though, the coach doesn't care what colour his players are, as long as they share the common goal of winning. Quaid is well cast in the role, adding just the right amount of gruff mannerisms without becoming a caricature. Brown has the difficult task of adding suspense to a character where most of the audience already knows his fate. Still, he manages to keep moviegoers on their toes--hoping for a miracle that we know will never come. --Jae-Ha Kim
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EXCLUSIVE SPECIAL OFFER PRICES City Inn Express is a budget London hotel in East London that offers quality rooms near Hackney, Bethnal Green, the City of London, Old Street, and Shoreditch. Ideal for visitors on a budget looking for quality accommodation at a low price.
France released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Mono ), French ( Subtitles ), SPECIAL FEATURES: Black & White, Interactive Menu, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS:...... more
France released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Mono ), French ( Subtitles ), SPECIAL FEATURES: Black & White, Interactive Menu, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: On a trip from France to Allied-occupied Berlin, a group of travelers -- a mysterious and very secretive European woman (Merle Oberon), an American agricultural expert (Robert Ryan), a British educator (Robert Coote), a Soviet Army officer (Roman Toporow), and a French official (Charles Korvin) -- all cross paths in the cramped quarters of a military train. They discover that the notion of the "Allied forces" is breaking down amid their victory in the war; they neither like nor trust each other, nor each other's countries, except where the Germans are concerned, where they share a distrust. And then they cross paths with a German VIP who makes them wonder if they've got all of the Germans pegged right. A bomb goes off, killing their newfound acquaintance, and the suspicions start anew. The mystery surrounding the victim only deepens when they discover that he wasn't who he claimed to be -- and that the army isn't saying who he was. Ryan, Oberon, et al. soon find themselves up to their necks in unrepentant Nazis and militant German nationalists who have banded together against the occupiers to destroy any chance of success for a peace plan being put forward by a visionary German (Paul Lukas). They find Frankfurt a hotbed of sabotage and armed underground resistance, with the occupying armies seemingly caught flat-footed by the plotting in their midst, which includes murder and blackmail. Berlin Express is a spellbinding mix of action, suspense, and topical political intrigue, laced with idealism and a surprising degree of sophistication, a level a wit almost worthy of Graham Greene, and an eye for suspense worthy of Hitchcock. Indeed, the film could almost be considered director Jacques Tourneur's postwar equival...Berlin Express
Spain released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), Spanish ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), Spanish ( Subtitles ), SPECIAL FEATURES: Interactive...... more
Spain released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), Spanish ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), Spanish ( Subtitles ), SPECIAL FEATURES: Interactive Menu, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: Plot to kidnap Winston Churchill is foiled by American commando. ...Casablanca Express
the late 60's American Rock Royalty on their eccentric boozy train ride through Canada - The Band, Janis Joplin, The Grateful Dead being the main players - this...... more
the late 60's American Rock Royalty on their eccentric boozy train ride through Canada - The Band, Janis Joplin, The Grateful Dead being the main players - this DVD is a must buy for any connoiseur of popular modern music
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Jumpers / Cardigans viscose, natural fibre, free flowing and silky. combines comfort and aesthetic design, Style oversize, Sleeves with cuffed sewn, Seams tone on tone, Finishing stitched, front pockets besom
Advantages: A great family friendly film Disadvantages: No idea the main characters name
...The Polar Express
I know it's a little early for Christmas movies but channel 5 were showing the polar express today and it's a film I love. It's so Christmassy and I think it's definitely in my top 3 Christmas films. According to social media sites a lot of my friends were also watching this film.
The polar Express like a lot of films is based on a book with the same title...
Advantages: Reliable and fast. Disadvantages: Expensive ticket cost.
...In a day and age that travelling from A to B can be a painful and somewhat financially expensive experience, its good to know on the occasional times that you need to get to a major transportation hub that something like the Gatwick Express actually exists. With Gatwick Airport on the main London to Brighton line and located on the Surrey/ Sussex border the Airport couldn?t be located in a better...
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Review of Gatwick Express
Advantages: cheap comfortable and convenient, Disadvantages: timetables cannot be set in stone due to traffic conditions
...I have grown up children living at the two extreme ends of the UK and I also travel abroad quite a lot during the year, so I have used National Express many times over many years. I generally find that travelling by coach is slower than by train, but it is often more convenient, with less changes, and it is almost always cheaper.
When I first began using National Express...