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Description From the opening animated title sequence to the vulgarities at the film's climax, Gregory Poirer's directing debut is an obnoxiously funny comedy with a sharp romantic edge flowering beneath its T&A e... more

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Description Poor Scott (Scott Mechlowicz) finds out his girlfriend is cheating on him and then thinks his European pen-pal Mike is trying to start a homosexual affair via e-mail. Once he realizes Mike is actually... more

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Description A mock documentary that takes a look at the life of Kenny Smyth (Shane Jacobson), an optimistic and enthusiastic waste management plumber at specialist company Splashdown who installs portaloos at var... more

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Description A mock documentary that takes a look at the life of Kenny Smyth (Shane Jacobson), an optimistic and enthusiastic waste management plumber at specialist company Splashdown who installs portaloos at var... more

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“Travie, Travie, Travie...”

published 06/07/2010

Great opening track

Generally poor with little originality

The lead singer/rapper of Gym Class Heroes made his solo debut in 2010 when he dropped “Lazarus”. Going by the name of ‘Travie McCoy’, rather than ‘Travis McCoy’, he shows us what he’s about as an artist more than with his band, but still comes with the same mix of Alternative Hip Hop and Pop...

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Review of Lazarus - Travis McCoy

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Excellent

“Travis back on form”

published 15/02/2009

Brilliant album; fun; musically good

Could be longer; if you liked 12 memories you might not like this

I was a massive Travis fan round about 1999 when 'Writing To Reach You' came out from their The Man Who album. I remember being recommended it and rushing to the shops after school to pick it up on tape! After that I went through a massive Travis obsession, collecting the promotional postcards...

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Review of Ode to J. Smith - Travis

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Excellent

Many great tracks

One or two weak points in the songs

The anticipated new album from Travis is finally here for your entertainment and listening pleasure. 'The Invisible Band' is the third album from the British band who have had several hits from their past two albums. ~ History ~ Travis released their first album in 1998 (this album was recorded...

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Review of Invisible Band - Travis

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