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Films to watch list

You may have noticed, if you visit the front page, a new section on the right hand side called Watch List. This is a list of the months releases in the UK either recommended or anticipated by myself.

It's a rolling list, so as the days move on titles will disappear and, all going well, new ones will appear. Selecting one of the movies will take you over to CalendarHub, a service that allows you to run your own...wait for it...calendars! It has a short write up and perhaps a link back to any of my reviews.

I thought it would be a nice little feature and it's due to move soon as CalendarHub is just so slow. However I thought I would try it out and see what everyone thought. If it works well I might start putting US release dates in there as well.

All going well the Awaiting Review section will also turn into one of these automatic lists. I'll keep you updated.





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Hey Richard. I did try and do that, click on the film and it took me to the Calendar thingy, so I can actually use that calendar for myself? Kewl! What about Superman Returns, is it 30/06 or 28/06 now?

With all this hard work I am gonna have to buy you a drink one time! ;-)

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