This edition of Tuppence Magazine entertainment news & reviews’ top ten stories includes news of the upcoming launch of the Xbox Kinect, as well as a review of the Playstation Move, a full breakdown of Brandon Flowers’ Flamingo and news of the Labour Leadership election winner:
Flamingo is Brandon Flowers’ first solo effort after three big albums with The Killers, and while there are a number of similarities in the production values, it is the differences that stand out starkly.
I didn’t have massive expectations for the Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (film) DVD; I was just shattered from a beast of a week when I watched it and needed something fun and distracting to take my mind off shizz, and in this it lived up to my expectations brilliantly.
The founding fathers of the resurgence of British comedy, Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan, are joining forces once again in the upcoming BBC comedy, The Trip.
If you’ve ever seen one of the James Bond films you’ve probably been caught up in the intrigue of the MI6. However, the reality is that most of us know very little about the inner working of the organisation, but Keith Jeffrey’s MI6: The History of the Secret Intelligence Service 1909-1949 is about to change that, up to a point.
Welcome to the future. I know I harp on a lot about Back to the Future 2, but all the signs seem to point in the direction of hover boards being invented one day (hopefully in my lifetime) and the development of the Xbox 360 Kinect is yet another sign that it’s on its way. If you don’t know what it is yet, check out the video below and come back when you’ve picked your jaw up.
The Sony PS3 Playstation Move is obviously a big attempt by the console giant to move in on the motion controller action that was jettisoned to mainstream legend status by the Nintendo Wii. However, the big question is whether or not the release is a step forward or simply a carbon copy designed to cash in on Nintendo’s near dominant market share.
The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize exhibition 2010 entry period is now closed and the submissions are with the judges to decide the winner of the £12,000 prize.
Unassuming from the outside, but class on the inside is the best way to describe The Greedy Cow in Mile End.
In a narrowly fought contest, predominantly with his own brother David Miliband, Ed Miliband has won the Labour Party leadership race (2010)…
For a long time now I had written French Connection off as a bit chavvie, but their new ad campaign and Autumn / Winter collection 2010