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The cute things kids say including spaghetti car banana, Italy Barwick and bin wallies!
Louise Atkins: Farmer Christmas and smooky instead of spooky. Laura Watson: Santa has radiators to pull his sleigh Yvonne Hall: My Finn used to say lastaday instead of yesterdayit's still one of my faves. He also says babbloom for balloon
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A British family drama with a Western flare, ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE MIDLANDS starts out as a chaotic comedy of familial dysfunction and then changes into an emotional tale of love and loss. At the story's core is a love triangle between Shirley (Shirley Henderson), her nerdy boyfriend Dek (Rhys Ifans), and the bad seed Jimmy (Robert Carlyle). Jimmy abandoned Shirley and her daughter Marlene (Finn Atkins) years ago, but has returned to win them back. A motley pseudo-family, Shirley, Dek, and Marlene live in the Midlands area of England. Next door, the outspoken Carol (Kathy Burke) lives with her cowboy husband Charlie (Ricky Tomlinson), and their two young sons, along with Carol's teenage daughter Donna (Kelly Thresher) and Donna's boyfriend Donut (Andrew Shim). Jimmy is Carol's selfish brother who slinks back into town with a gang of Scottish thugs in tow, throwing the whole group into flux. With some hilarious comedic interludes provided by the loveable Dek, and the humdrum yet happy lives of this makeshift family proving the power of togetherness, ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE MIDLANDS is an entertaining, at times heartrending family story from writer-director Shane Meadows.
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In this gripping debut, The Missing One, Lucy Atkins takes us on one woman?s terrifying journey to the beautiful and rugged Pacific Northwest to discover the dark secrets of her family?s past so that she can understand and accept herself. Kal McKenzie was never close to her mother Elena, whose coldness towards her spoiled any chance of a good relationship. When Elena dies of cancer, Kal feels forlorn: how do you mourn a mother who, inexplicably, just didn?t seem to love you?While clearing out Elena?s art studio, Kal finds a drawer packed with postcards, each bearing an identical one-line message from a Canadian gallery owner named Susannah Gillespie: ?Thinking of you. Who is this woman and what does she hold the key to her ruined relationship with her mother?Conflicted by her grief and shaken up from recently seeing a covetous text from an old girlfriend on her husband?s cell phone, Kal impulsively sets off with her toddler Finn to Susannah?s isolated home on a remote British Columbian island. A place of killer whales and storms. Soon Kal quickly realizes she has made a big mistake. The striking and enigmatic Susannah will only share a few scraps of information about Elena. Unbeknownst to her, she discovers that her mother was a pioneering orca researcher?an activist trying to save these powerful and dangerous creatures. As Kal struggles to piece together her mother?s past and what happened between Elena and Susannah in the 1970s, Susannah?s behavior grows more and more erratic. Most worrying of all, Susannah is becoming increasingly preoccupied with little Finn. Kal?s uneasiness soon proves true and Kal must confront the biggest threat to her family she has ever experienced. Told in two competing narratives, The Missing One intermixes Kal?s present day journey to with that of her mother?s awakening as an independent woman, scientist, and activist. As these two narratives converge the novel transforms into a white
The fact that horror remains one of the most popular genres in the history of film and has produced so many classic titles, proves that we all thrive on suspense and audiences everywhere just love to feel the fear factor. Who among us can ever forget such all time favourites as Halloween, Psycho and Jaws? And no matter how many times we may have watched these cult films, they still manage to keep us on the edge of our seats. The Horror Film Quiz Book is a definitive guide to things that go bump in the night and the 1,000 questions contained inside the cover will test your memory of the writers, characters, human and inhuman monsters that inhabit the world of horror. With sections on all the best-loved spine tingling films from yesteryear through to the current day, this book is a must...
Now over twenty years old, the original edition of Nightmare Movies has retained its place as a true classic of cult film criticism. In this new edition, Kim Newman brings his seminal work completely up-to-date, both reassessing his earlier evaluations and adding a second part that assess the last two decades of horror films with all the wit, intelligence and insight for which he is known. Since the publication of the first edition, horror has been on a gradual upswing, and taken a new and stronger hold over the film industry. Newman negotiates his way through a vast back-catalogue of horror, charting the on-screen progress of our collective fears and bogeymen from the low budget slasher movies of the 60s, through to the slick releases of the 2000s, in a critical appraisal that doubles...
Kids say the funniest things. It can all get a bit confusing in those adorable little minds - and all kinds of hilarious mix-ups can ensue. Here we consulted Teesside mums on Facebook page Yummy Mummies Teesside about the funny things their children say. So here is a run down of the cute words and phrases Teesside children have made their own. :: Please add your favourites to our list by commenting below or email mieka. smiles@trinitymirror. Jill Ellis: Bobby says “Mummy I’ll give you a lubly mashard”. Catherine Green: Spaghetti car banana for spaghetti carbonara. Gabriella Willett: My little girl, nearly three, thought people were saying ‘trickle tree’ for Halloween - so she has been shouting trickle tree at people all week and asked if she could dress up as a trickle tree. Victoria Lilley-Bell: Pom Pom Pat (Postman Pat), Erple (purple) and seeties (sweeties). Lucie Lu: My son Noah says glittering instead of littering, for example: “Eugh look at that man over there glittering, that’s disgusting. Lindsey Cockerill: Olivia used to say Cubumber for Cucumber. Misti Douglass: My little girl used to say just-gusting for disgusting and when someone told her her name began with a kicking K she called it a ‘kinka’ for years. Louise Atkins: Farmer Christmas and smooky instead of spooky. Vicki Bennett: Ethan says ‘I’m allowed an opigeon’. Karen-jane Gillett: “What if, instead of calling it M&S, we were to call it S&M. ” said at full volume whilst leaving M&S one day. Yvonne Hall: My Finn used to say lastaday instead of yesterday. it’s still one of my faves. He also says babbloom for balloon. Rachel Batey: My daughter, when she was little, used to call gloves ‘nubbs’. Claire Beckett: My little one tells me she’s maked when she’s stripped off. She likes being maked, she says. Rebecca Baines: My seven-year-old loves drawing and making things, so we have an arts and crafts area set up in the kitchen. He used to call it his ‘ar*e and cra*s’ area. Jenn Wilson: My little girl says radeedator for radiator and my little boy say fock instead of clock. You can imagine I get some funny looks when he shouts it’s 5 o’fock. Tracy Wheatman: My nearly two year old says ‘c*ap’ instead of ‘clap’ at the end of nursery rhymes and it sometimes confuses other children. Josie Lefevre: Isaac (three) gets nuggets and yoghurts confused - for ages he was asking for chicken yoghurts which just sounds grim. Sarah Levett: My 16 month old daughter says ‘ank who’ instead of thank you. Claire Sinclair: Our son says ‘I dood it’ instead of ‘I did it’. We’ve stopped correcting him now because it sounds so sweet. Lucy Connor: My son used to say ‘bin wally’ instead of ‘bin lorry. Lyndsey McGeary: Our little boy calls an escalator a ‘teleskote’. It’s far too cute to ever correct. We are often overheard shouting to each other in M&S “Let’s go on the teleskote. Mirukshi Brunton: When we told our daughter we would take her to Italy one day, she said ‘Italy Barwick. Paula Noble: My son told me there was a rhinoceros in the toilets at school that he did a wee on. He meant a urinal. Vicky Matthews: My four year old says missapeared instead of disappeared and now my three year old uses it as well. Faye French: Instead of saying ‘please’, my son says ‘wees’. Katherine Workman: We have ‘pickles’ instead of nipples. Erika Marshall: My little boy told me off last week for interucting him. Vicki Louise: My son now wears a school unicorn which is cute. Jayne Christie Wallace: When Josie was little she used to want ‘serious’ (cereal) for breakfast and ‘boobies’ (blueberries). Harry can’t ‘renember’ anything but used to love ‘wiping it clean’ (‘Lightning McQueen’. A few years ago he went ‘Haggleweening’ and whist his sister was saying trick or treat he shouted ‘chicken treat’ to any one that opened the door. :: Please add your favourites to our list by commenting below or email mieka. smiles@trinitymirror.
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