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Shameless movie/tv spin offs

Ferris Bueller's Dine off

Matthew Broderick hosts this eclectic cooking show, in which members of the public take turns to host a dinner party to see who can cook the best meal. Broderick ends the show each week with the phrase "Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and cook around once in a while, you could miss it."

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Moments in cinema reinterpreted by the writers from 'Lost'

[LUKE SKYWALKER clings precariously to a mechanical vane high in Cloud City's main airshaft. DARTH VADER stands triumphant on a nearby catwalk]

Obi-wan never told you what happened to your father.
He told me enough! He told me you killed him!
Really? Hmm.
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Movies drastically changed by the addition of one letter

Superman looking moody from the film 'Man of Steel'. Source:

I recently saw a list of movies that would have their plot dramatically altered by the addition of a single letter to their title. It was amusing. But there were only a few of them, so I thought of a few more (with thanks to Rich, Pete and Vicki).

Man off Steel - a documentary following a metalworker forced to retire from his profession due to a crippling allergy to his workplace.

Sink City - a drama about the troubles of a bathroom salesman working in a rough urban area.

S'Up - an ageing balloon salesman must come to terms with the growing youth culture in his neighbourhood.

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Google maps movie and tv quiz

Screenshot from streetview of a fire station, copyright Google

Who likes the new Google maps? I'm not sure. It seems a bit slower than the old one. It's probably doing more stuff, but from a user perspective I can't see anything particularly worth the trade-off. And what happened to 'search nearby'? Way to take out the most useful feature, Google.

But enough of that. Who wants to play spot the thing from a movie on street view?

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The Health and Safety Inspector goes to the movies

Report 16th July
  • Location: Wayne Manor subterranean facilities
  • Type of environment: Office/laboratory/cave
  • Number of employees: 2
  • Risk assessments completed? no

Possible hazards observed: It was noted immmediately that the working environment did not contain sufficient lighting, an immediate hazard when working in proximity to sheer drops. Although safety railings have been erected in some areas, this was not considered to be sufficient when considering that walkways were often hazardous (environment is very damp and full of bat droppings, which proved slippery underfoot).

Recommendation: Risk assessments to be carried out including risk of possible infection from previously-mentioned bat dung.

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