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United Kingdom released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), SPECIAL FEATURES: 2-DVD Set, Commentary, Interactive Menu, Scene Access,...... more
United Kingdom released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), SPECIAL FEATURES: 2-DVD Set, Commentary, Interactive Menu, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: 24-year-old Carl Galton represents a new kind of London gangster. In his relentless pursuit of wealth and status, signalled by luxury cars and designer clothes, Carl is brutally efficient and has scant regard for any traditional notions of honour. Following his brother's death in an East-End bar brawl, his focus shifts from protection rackets in North London to the territory of the old-school East-End 'firms' - and he is prepared to use any means necessary to establish dominance there. Acclaimed Edinburgh-born actor Iain Glen (The Diary of Anne Frank, Silent Scream) perfected a London accent for his stunning performance as the predatory, Armani-clad gang leader in this chillingly authentic 1988 drama from Thames' Euston Films. Directed by the award-winning Stuart Orme (The Sculptress) and featuring an impressive supporting cast - including Susannah Harker (House of Cards), Jerome Flynn (Soldier, Soldier), Jesse Birdsall (Bugs) and Anthony Valentine (Colditz, Callan) - The Fear is a disturbing snapshot of a hidden London. ...The Fear - Complete Series - 2-DVD Set
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The worst day of Tim Blake's life started out with him making breakfast for his seventeen-year-old daughter Sydney. Syd was staying with him while she worked a...... more
The worst day of Tim Blake's life started out with him making breakfast for his seventeen-year-old daughter Sydney. Syd was staying with him while she worked a summer job - even if he wasn't entirely sure what her job at the Just Inn Time motel actually was - and Tim hoped this quality father-daughter time would somehow help her deal with his divo
Paperback. Pub Date :2012-04-05 Pages: 432 Language: English Publisher: Penguin Books HE DOESNT KNOW IT BUT DOGNUT IS ABOUT TO SET OFF A CHAIN ??OF EVENTS THAT...... more
Paperback. Pub Date :2012-04-05 Pages: 432 Language: English Publisher: Penguin Books HE DOESNT KNOW IT BUT DOGNUT IS ABOUT TO SET OFF A CHAIN ??OF EVENTS THAT WILL AFFECT EVERY KID IN THE CITY.The sickness struck everyone over the age of fourteen.Mothers and fathers. older brothers. sisters and best friends. No one escaped its touch. And now children across London are being hunted by ferocious grown-ups ... theyre hungry. Theyre bloodthirsty. And they arent giving up. DogNut and the rest of his crew want to find their lost friends. and set off on a deadly mission from the Tower of London to Buckingham Palace and beyond. as the sickos lie in wait. But who are their friends and who is the enemy in this changed world
This book takes the reader through a journey of how fear of loss progressively creates barriers and bureaucracy that inevitably cause companies to fail,...... more
This book takes the reader through a journey of how fear of loss progressively creates barriers and bureaucracy that inevitably cause companies to fail, and what leaders needs to do to overcome these seemingly impenetrable walls. The greatest threat to an organisation's success is not always the competition. Often, it is what a company does to itself. Because of fear, companies become plagued with barriers and bureaucracy that limit success, crush employees, and infuse frustration and a sense of futility across the enterprise. It starts with a narrowing of focus, which leads to the first level of bureaucracy: parochialism. Parochialism exists when managers and departments begin to view the world through the filter of their own little silo, and build walls make of rules and policies to protect their turf. As businesses grow and become more complex, the second level of bureaucracy is reached: territorialism. While parochialism is about protecting a department from outsiders, territorialism is about controlling those inside the silo. The third and final level of bureaucracy is empire building, which is a response to perceived threats to a department's ability to be self-sufficient. These barriers cost organizations a fortune in inefficiency, turnover, waste, and demoralization. Tearing down these barriers is difficult, but it can be done. Parochialism can be eliminated by resetting rules and policies, and refocusing on the ultimate mission of the organization. Territorialism can be eliminated by creating true empowerment, along with appropriate levels of accountability. Empire building can be addressed through shared goals and a set of guiding principles to help act as a referee in decision making. But that's not enough. Managers must also create a culture of courage, to enable employees to take advantage of these new freedoms and accountabilities. Courage killers must be rooted out, and dealt with swiftly and strongly. Finally, leadership must refocus on mission succe
Advantages: An ominious, grimy, exciting atmospheric thriller Disadvantages: At least one slightly dodgy performance
...Behold and tremble at the door of the ministry of fear!
Bit melodramatic there, but that?s OK, as the film never is. Ministry of Fear (1944) is one of Fritz Lang?s many film noir thrillers of the forties and really one of his best. It has about as good a pedigree that you can hope to ask for being based on Graham Greene?s novel of the previous year. It was one of Greene?s entertainments...
Advantages: Great story Disadvantages: Impact not as great as the re-make
...'t on screen enough for it to ruin the film, but it is painful to watch her at times. She wasn't the first choice for the role though - the director originally wanted Hayley Mills. It was fun to see Telly Savalas (Kojak) as a private detective in the film - it's not much of a role, but he does a good job with what he had.
Most people will probably be more familiar with the remake of Cape Fear, which...
...I recently reviewed never look away, a thriller written by Canadian author, Linwwod Barclay. I really enjoyed the book, my first, experience of this author and was keen to get my hands on another of his books from my local library.
Fear the worst has glowing reviews on its dust cover and I was really looking forward to another exciting read!
After an argument with his 17 year old daughter...