Tag Archives: WALL-E

Get off your duff and walk!

It is amazing how many people feel the need to park in the front row or the closest parking spaces to an entrance that are available, when just a bit of walking could be beneficial to their general health. Doesn’t … Continue reading

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A zombie film with a heart

I went to see the movie Warm Bodies last night with two of my sons, as we decided to shy away from Oz due to its reviews. We were very pleasantly surprised by this introspective, ¬†heartfelt, and at times, quite … Continue reading

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