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Neil Davey

Neil Davey is a freelance writer who specialises in things you can do sitting down, such as travelling, eating, drinking, watching films, interviewing famous people and playing video games. (And catching the occasional salmon.) Neil is the author of two Bluffer's Guides (Chocolate, and Food, both of which make lovely presents, ahem), and, along with Stuart O'Connor, is a co-founder of Screenjabber. Neil also writes / has written for The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph, Square Mile, Delicious Magazine, Sainsbury's Magazine, Foodism, Escapism, Hello! and Square Meal.
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Transformers: Series 1 (DVD)

Four million years ago on the distant planet Cybertron, and a race of living robots known as Transformers are at war where the evil Decepticons are being constantly battled by...

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The Bourne Ultimatum

Here’s a message for everyone who has been bitching and moaning about the poor quality of films released this summer, particularly the less-than-exhilarating "threequels" — you can all shut up now.

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The Caiman

The Caiman, Il Caimano, the Berlusconi Movie. With its many titles, this Italian movie has many personalities to it.

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Bratz: The Movie

When I was eight, I wanted to be a princess or a unicorn — or, best of all, a unicorn princess with lots of magical powers.

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Eagle vs Shark

Eagle Vs Shark belongs to the celebration-of-being-a-geek subgenre that has wormed its way into our hearts in recent times (Clerks, Muriel’s Wedding, High Fidelity, American Pie and the upcoming Superbad),...

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Surf's Up

Bloody hell. What is it about filmmakers and sodding penguins? After March of the Penguins and Happy Feet, you’d think we’d have had enough of their stumpy little forms. But,...

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Q&A Nathan Fillion talks about Waitress

Q: What was it like on the set, what sort of director was Adrienne?A: Here’s what I’ve learned about writer-directors.

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Licence to Wed

In recent years I've not been particularly enamored of Robin William's over-acting and often unfunny ad-libs, so it was nice to see an iota of restraint from him in this movie.