Posted by sean on September 20, 2008 at 1:04 pm in Movies, Nandos, Ventures Outside Of Bath with 1 Comment

Last night I went to Longwell Green in Brizzle.

First of all we went to Nandos. I haven’t been in ages and I have missed the PeriPeri chicken, so it was nice to go back. It was my first visit to the Longwell Green branch, but despite having a really cool hand dryer, I prefer the Bath restaurant.

After eating chicken, we went to the cinema. We had 3 films to choose from – Tropic Thunder, Pineapple Express and RocknRolla. We decided to see the latter; mainly because it was just about to start and it had been out for a few weeks, therefore making it less likely to attract chavs who would talk and play with their mobile phones throughout the whole film.

I thought RocknRolla was one of Guy Ritchie’s better films. Not as good as Lock, Stock, but far better than Revolver. The plot was similar to LS in the the way it featured various ‘dodgy geezers’ all on separate missions and mostly unknown to each other. By coincidence they cross each others paths and blood is shed. A good film with a lot of "ouch" moments.

One Response to Longwell Green

  1. Whommy

    September 25, 2008 - 3:17 pm

    Whom is that C**t?!

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