Posted by sean on October 24, 2004 at 10:56 am in Leeds United, Movies with No Comments

Leeds lost 1-0 to Brighton yesterday. Yet another game where the strikers simply cannot score. Leeds have the best defence in the league so there’s nothing wrong there (besides two of them being sent off yesterday!) but the strikers are totally and utterly useless. I don’t know how they’re going to cope against Portsmouth in the cup on Tuesday.

I’m still playing Fifa 2005 and am on my third season, Leeds are back in the Premiership and are a mid-table club. More on the Fifa 2005 page.

I went to the cinema yesterday to see Shark Tale. It was a good film and had very funny moments. Robert De Niro, Jack Black and Will Smith were great. I highly recommend it,

It seemed that before the film started we were shown more trailers than normal. This would be extremely annoying if it weren’t for the fact that some of the upcoming films looked pretty good. The Incredibles, Robots (with Robin Williams) and A Series of Unfortunate Events all looked promising.

There was also an awful trailer for a film called The Polar Express. Maybe it was just the trailer, but the picture quality was terrible and the sound gritty and appeared to be in mono! It showed a train steaming through a festive landscape with children. It reminded me more of the Coca Cola advert than a film.

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