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Gone by Michael Grant
The story of what happens when everyone aged fifteen and over just disappears, this really intrigued me, and I appear to be really zapping through this one! I'm definitely enjoying it, and don't think that it'll take me long to finish it :)
I know that a lot of people haven't really had a very high opinion of the US take on Shameless, but I've actually been really enjoying it. And yes, I say that as a fan of the British version too.
William H Macy has always been one of those actors that I've never really seen the point of. He's been everywhere, but never made that big of an impression in any role. But, as Frank, he seems to have his perfect role. Of course, he is absolutely nothing like David Threlfall who plays our Frank (I don't think anyone ever will be), but he plays a very different Frank, and I kind of like it.
I think that this one can be enjoyed, as long as you try to forget our version, which is kinda hard, I know.
Transformers: Dark of the Moon Soundtrack
If you didn't already know, I am a huge Transformers fan (I actually saw the first one at the Cinema four times...oh yes!) And the fact that Linkin Park always do the theme tune for these films, always feels like the real icing on the cake.
There wasn't really much of a soundtrack to this film, and Linkin Park, Paramore and Biffy Clyro were the only ones that featured prominently, but there are still some awesome tracks on this album.
There doesn't appear to be a score soundtrack for this film, which is a damn shame, because composer Steve Jablonsky (you might know his music from Desperate Housewives) has done a fantastic job with the films score, just like he did with the previous two!
What have you been up to this week? :)
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