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May 16th 2012 12:37


Hi Guys.

I've been writing for the Orble network since near the beginning. Lately I haven't been writing as much because I wasn't happy with the lack of quality control on Orble and (what I felt) were some rather dodgy practices.

Anyway, I'm extending an invitation for anyone interested in writing original content for a website I co-run called Duderocket.com. It's not paid work, but if you're interested in being a part of an Australian-based community that discusses film, music, television, politics, comedy and just about everything else, then come over and sign up to the Duderocket.com messageboard, or just shoot the Duderocket team an email outlining what you'd like to write for us.

Happy tidings and good luck all.
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Orble

March 21st 2012 20:28


Hi Guys.

I've been writing for the Orble network since near the beginning. Lately I haven't been writing as much because I wasn't happy with the lack of quality control on Orble and (what I felt) were some rather dodgy practices.

Anyway, I'm extending an invitation for anyone interested in writing original content for a website I co-run called Duderocket.com. It's not paid work, but if you're interested in being a part of an Australian-based community that discusses film, music, television, politics, comedy and just about everything else, then come over and sign up to the Duderocket.com messageboard, or just shoot the Duderocket team an email outlining what you'd like to write for us.

Happy tidings and good luck all.
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Orble

March 21st 2012 20:27


Hi Guys.

I've been writing for the Orble network since near the beginning. Lately I haven't been writing as much because I wasn't happy with the lack of quality control on Orble and (what I felt) were some rather dodgy practices.

Anyway, I'm extending an invitation for anyone interested in writing original content for a website I co-run called Duderocket.com. It's not paid work, but if you're interested in being a part of an Australian-based community that discusses film, music, television, politics, comedy and just about everything else, then come over and sign up to the Duderocket.com messageboard, or just shoot the Duderocket team an email outlining what you'd like to write for us.

Happy tidings and good luck all.
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Orble

January 26th 2012 00:33
Hi Guys.

I've been writing for the Orble network since near the beginning. Lately I haven't been writing as much because I wasn't happy with the lack of quality control on Orble and (what I felt) were some rather dodgy practices


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The Inbetweeners Movie

December 17th 2011 07:07


I have to confess that I am a huge fan of the TV show of which this film is a continuation. Whilst it's often crass or vulgar (or perhaps because of this) I feel that it captures the modern teenage life of boys so perfectly... we all know a Jay or a Neil or a Will, and so much of The Inbetweeners is recognisable to me that the jokes resonate all the more, evoking a feeling of nostalgia for my not-too-distant younger days. The way these characters interact is 100% spot on - that mix of constant faux-antagonism, shared social awkwardness, and the occasional (rare) glimpses of genuine friendship - it all rings true for the teenage experience. I was sad when the TV show finished, so the prospect of a film that followed up the post-school adventures of these characters made me quite happy


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The Tree of Life

October 30th 2011 06:01


"Why does he hurt us? Our father?"

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Double Indemnity

September 8th 2011 08:45


Two creative giants, Raymond Chandler and Billy Wilder, teamed up to create the daddy of all film noirs in Double Indemnity. Barbara Stanwyck and Fred McMurray were cast against type to play the scheming star-crossed lovers in this dark and twisty tale of murder, suspicion and insurance. Stanwyck had previously only really played 'good girl' roles and was hesitant to take on a trashy femme fatale character, whereas McMurray had made his name in light comedy and didn't feel confident that audiences would be able to take him seriously. The film remains the quintessential example of film noir today, frequently cited in 'best films of all time' lists by a variety of critics, film fans and IMDB


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How to Get Ahead in Advertising

July 14th 2011 08:46


"Nobody remembers a late television advert, they only remember a bad one


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How to Get Ahead in Advertising

July 14th 2011 08:36


"Nobody remembers a late television advert, they only remember a bad one


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How to Get Ahead in Advertising

July 14th 2011 08:35


"Nobody remembers a late television advert, they only remember a bad one


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