the boat that rocked

Or Pirate Radio as it’s being called in the US.

I do love me a good Richard Curtis film, and I am looking forward to finally seeing this in two weeks.

It’s interesting to see the difference in trailers for this movie. If you have a minute view the UK, American and International trailers. Here is the International one below.

Happy Hallowe’en! Make sure you eat a coffee crisp…or three.

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6 responses to “the boat that rocked

  1. Looks intriguing, I have to say!

    You know, I can’t see Bill Nighy anymore without thinking “it’s quite alright, I ran it under a cold tap”. Shaun of the Dead has insinuated itself into my psyche obviously.

    And I ate more like 37 Coffee Crisps…

  2. iduality

    I know, I hope it turns out to be as promising as it looks.

    Ha! Brilliant, he is. I need to watch that one again.

    Yeah, those “fun size” ones are addictive. A handful made there way into my purse…followed by some Smarties. ;)

  3. Isn’t it terrific when a movie comes along and it feels like it was made just for you? Well this one would definitely fall into that category for me. I’ve always been more than intrigued by the pirate radio sagas and this film looks just amazing.

    Thank you so much for posting. You made my day with this one!

    s

  4. iduality

    It’s been cast brilliantly too. I eagerly await it’s release. We’ll have to compare soundtrack notes afterward. :)

  5. Heard them talking about this on Jonathan Ross’s show on bbc radio 2. Sounded good

  6. I’m looking forward to it, hopefully it lives up to the hype!

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