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  1. Hi all, couldn't resist to comment on this. What a thrill to see Gerry in Switzerland and somewhere where I've been a couple of times. Risa
  2. I hardly dare to venture in here, its been so long - months, years probably. But I just wanted to tell everyone who knows and remembers me that I haven't forgotten you. I'm still here, but life goes on and things change. Just wanted to give a quick sign of life. Happy Easter to everyone Risa
  3. Its beautiful, love it Nikki - another great one. Risa
  4. http://www.miamiherald.com/entertainment/m...ory/747754.html RocknRolla ® *** | Can't help but love Guy's kooky Cockney crooks BY RENE RODRIGUEZ rrodriguez@MiamiHerald.com After the turgid, creatively bankrupt mess of 2005's Revolver, I naturally assumed that writer-director Guy Ritchie (Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels,Snatch) had finally exhausted the tough-guy milieu that had launched -- and essentially sustained -- his filmmaking career. Well, I was wrong. Ritchie apparently still has plenty of Cockney-mobsters pictures left in him, and if they're anything like RocknRolla, I can't
  5. http://www.kentucky.com/695/story/574352.html RocknRolla': Guy Ritchie delivers, slowly By Roger Moore The Orlando Sentinel How odd is it that it takes Guy Ritchie an hour of screen time to remember how to be Guy Ritchie for his latest gangland-slangland romp, RocknRolla? Pretty bloody odd. The "British Tarantino" has whipped in all the usual Ritchie riches — London gangsters, ruthless foreigners, dishonor among thieves and one pricey plot device. But for the first hour, RocknRolla — which is about Russian mobsters-turned-developers making payoffs to a London mob boss, an accountant arran
  6. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/conte...8103001644.html Guy Ritchie's Newest Rerun Guy Ritchie is so in love with a single movie, he keeps making it again and again. Like "Snatch" (2000) and "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" (1998) before it, the British director's "RocknRolla" is as hyperkinetic as it is hyperverbal; funny, violent and fixated on the kind of imaginary underworld in which a junkie rock star (Toby Kebbell) waxes poetic about the meaning of life as encapsulated in pack of cigarettes. It's all about the allure of glamour and beauty on the outside; death and decay on t
  7. http://www.star-telegram.com/movies/story/1006036.html Guy Ritchie tones down his usual guns and gangsters for 'RocknRolla' RocknRolla *** R (pervasive strong language, violence, drug use and brief sexuality); 114 min. Guy Ritchie tried to do something different, really he did. The director veered from his reliable three G’s — gangsters, gags and gunplay — for 2002’s Swept Away, starring his wife, Madonna. Now Ritchie has reverted to formula. Fortunately, in RocknRolla, he gets the ingredients in the right proportion. Small-time hoods One Two (300’s Gerard Butler) and Mumbles (Idris Elb
  8. http://timesunion.com/AspStories/story.asp...&TextPage=1 Fast times 'RocknRolla' director Ritchie speaks about latest By JOHN ANDERSON, Newsday First published in print: Thursday, October 30, 2008 TORONTO — Probably better-known as Madonna's estranged husband than as a director of high-style, high-attitude, comic-book-type thrillers ("Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels"), Guy Ritchie took the Toronto Film Festival by storm: "RocknRolla," his latest Brit gangster saga starring Gerard Butler, Thandie Newton and Tom Wilkinson, seemed to be everything the crowd wanted, and more. He spo
  9. http://www.movieweb.com/review/RE6U767bU2mO97 "Good Movie For A Not So Good Movie Season. " I wasn't particularly swayed too much by this trailer but considering the summer period was almost over and we film lovers now have to survive the cheap horror winter season, Rocknrolla seemed like a nice surprise. So i saw it last night. And, to the tell the truth, i absolutely loved it! Obviously apart from guy ritchies excellent direction it had some absolutely fantastic dialouge with some pin sharp conversations and trademark British humour. The story revolves around several characters, each do
  10. Cat Swannie that banner is beautiful A couple of yummy older Gerry cleavages..... Good morning, afternoon, evening Risa
  11. Hello everyone - I'm feeling a bit like a stranger coming here - its such a long time since I was in the Support Center (hangs head). But I thought I'd give it a try The decoration is as always lovely and exquisite Big hug to you Cat I'm sorry for the loss. Nancy - huggles. I brought some pics from my vacation on the Maltese Islands, where the sea is so blue, that you can get drunk just by looking into it. Maltese fishing boats Valletta Azure Window Temple ruins from around 3000 BC Blue Lagoon Our cruise ship for one day It was very warm and sunny for the whol
  12. Hi Nicole

    Thanks for the message. Great to have you here. If you have any questions, just ask.

    Liebi Gruess us dr Schwyz


  13. Hello!

    Just saw that you are from switzerland too. Great to see other swiss people!


  14. So true - I really felt sorry for Alex Frei - maybe with him, we could have made it - but alas - I go and have a cookie myself Thanks for all the beautiful poems.
  15. Good morning or afternoon everyone - just popping in to say hello. EvaMari - I would give anything to get my hands on this really beautiful vintage Gerry wine What team are you favouring at the football (soccer) Euro 08? As Switzerland is already out I'm going for the Netherlands. Risa
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