Sadly, for the vast majority of this typically murky, macho and humourless
opener, we were indoors - rather than experiencing the great outdoors of our muchfilmed city.
I have been called many things in my life - and I do mean many - in all the different forms of the English language, but po-faced and humourless
is a first and as for political correctness, well I think that my record stands for itself.
Denzel Washington and Antoine Fuqua, who made such a splash with 2001's Training Day, re-team for an absurdly violent but humourless
and surprisingly dull action thriller, loosely based on the Edward Woodward TV series that ran in the 1980s.
His detractors, humourless
, curmudgeonly over his wealthy background, were probably speechless when he pulled their legs by announcing the PS50,000 he'd received in child benefits since his first child's birth hadn't bought a single nappy, "(It went) on 10 halfdecent ski holidays", he wrote.
AN all-star cast wrestle with a poor Coen brothers script in this humourless
caper con movie.
THERE seems to be a core section of the population who believe that those who criticised the London Olympics are simply humourless
miserable lefties who want to make a great sporting occasion into a political football.
It shows a dictatorial, prudish and humourless
side of much Labour opinion.
WE'RE a nation of "politically correct" humourless
Simon Welsh, you're obviously from the league of super sensitive humourless
Or will he simply come across as pofaced and humourless
in the face of Jonathan's saucy banter?
Saffron is a quirky, impulsive child who would drive a humourless