A CD of Blondie’s classic 70’s album Parallel Lines is being given away with a Sunday Newspaper next weekend – Woohoo Great stuff! Tracks on the album are:
*Heart of Glass
*Hanging on the Telephone
*One Way or Another
*Will Anything happen
*I Know But I Don’t Know
*I’m gonna love you Too
*Just Go Away
*Fade Away and Radiate
Recently I watched Spiderman 3 on DVD, in which Spiderman/ Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire)is hailed a hero after saving New York from Dr Octopus. However he is still having trouble with his girlfriend Mary Jane (Kirsten Dunst), and to make matters worse, his former friend Harry Osbourne blames him for the death of his father Norman A.K.A The Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe), and is determined to clobber him.
Meanwhile an escaped convict named Flint Marko (Thomas Haden Church) finds himself caught up in a sinister experiment whilst on the run from the Police and ends up developing some rather interesting powers as a result, which he then puts to good use running amok in the city.
As if this weren’t bad enough Peter then finds himself being taken over by a sinister alien life form and starts to behave very oddly indeed, until events are brought to a head by a foolish act and the alien is dealt with, only to find another host with a grievance against Spiderman and the chance to create even more carnage.
I think this film is Over-plotted and quite complicated, it is as if they threw every element at this film in order to make it entertaining, with loads of explosions, chases and exciting bits, that said I still enjoyed it, especially the cameo from Stan Lee – The creator of Spiderman. It’s not as good as Dark Night or Watchmen, but it’s still pretty exciting.