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January 2012

MOVIES- Step Up 4 Trailer

It’s the most clichéd genre of film ever, DANCE. Expect the expected but you will still love it.

I can’t wait for the movie but more importantly I can’t wait for the soundtrack. The Step Up series has always had the best in dance music so get ready.

Step Up 4 takes place in Miami this time round, so I’m not sure if anyone from the previous movies will make a cameo.

The plot is similar to the previous films, wealthy girl falls in love with a dancer. You don’t need to know anymore, sit back enjoy the tunes and everybody loves a sexy flash mob.


MUSIC- The PussyCat Dolls are BACK!!!

Check out the new line up for the Pussycat Dolls, the girls have no single out but it will be interesting to hear.

Can the girl group survive in the music industry without the strong vocals of Nicole Scherzinger.

Some of the talent involved in Pussycat Dolls 2.0 is  Chrystina Sayers from Robin Antin previous creation Girlcious, Lauren Bennet (another of Antin’s didn’t quite make it girl groups Paradiso Girls and Paula Van Oppen (a previous contestant in So You Think You Can Dance and starred in LaurieAnn Gibson’s reality show Dance Scene).

I know two of these girls have some kick ass vocals so will be cool to see how well they gel together.

I find the thing with Antin’s girl groups is that the usually have a lot of hype and then they go quiet to release their album with hardly any publicity. A prime example of this is having the girls in a recent Superbowl advert, this would have been seen by millions but do the girls have a single out? NO??

It would have been perfect to hear a little snippet of a new song in the advert with the single being released a week later. Hopefully Antin has something brewing to promote these girls. We will be watching

MOVIES- Drive Dull and Forgettable


Plain and simple, this movie really tested my attention span. The first 7 minutes was amazing, only for its music and for its nail biting moments. And then it went downhill from there. 

Hardly any dialogue, some of the shots stayed on too long that it made it look like the film just froze, I heard Drive was critically acclaimed, I am assuming that those who liked it had wood for Ryan Gosling. 

To sum the film up it has awkward silences, random killings, betrayals and some good driving. I was hoping it would into a dark version of Herbie Fully Loaded and that is bad because I am not a big fan of racing cars movies. 

What saved this film was its soundtrack. If you’re looking for music to cruise for bitches this is the album for you. 

If you want some lingering shots of a mute Ryan Gosling, this is the movie for you. 

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