If you are interested in topics like peak oil, veggie gardens, farming, the future etc have a watch of this movie. This link is one of 5, the other four will come up on screen when this finishes.
I was invited to see Peter Jackson's new offering District 9. I almost SMS'ed my friend Dave back and told him to pick a different movie, but that is not protocol when being invited to a movie me thinks. So someone looked it up on the internet and saw it had gotten great reviews. Certainly … Continue reading Surprise Movie
The Soloist, Jamie Foxx Robert, Downie Jr - A Los Angeles Journalist, befriends a homeless Julliard trained musician, while looking for a new article for the paper. Disgrace - John Malkovich After having an affair with a student, a Cape Town professor moves to the Eastern Cape, where he gets caught up in a mess … Continue reading 3 Movies That Look Good
Jarrod McKenna, Global Peace Activist and international speaker and agitator (how good does that sound!!) Facebooked me today about this movie coming. He had just come from the Australian Islamic College, he was speaking there on being peace makers...ever had opportunities like that???
Watched Moma Mia, the kids got it out, I didn't! But here is my confession, I am a closet ABBA fan from way back. Yes it's true, many nights in the late 70's on the air guitar and hairbrush microphone. I am not normally prone to musicals... But by the end of viewing #1(yes I … Continue reading Moma Mia
I read a great book by Tom Kenealley called A Commonwealth of Theives, a great historical read on the settling of Australia, the first fleet and Sydney Cove etc. He gives a fair bit of detail of the issues regarding the relationships between the indigenous culture (The first Australians) and the invaders (or settlers), but … Continue reading The First Australians – SBS