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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
This was the only Harry Potter book i bought upon its release in the summer of 2001, mainly due to the hysteria around it, i was 12 and hadn't read any of the previous books...however on the same day i bought this book i also bought the three before it. Within 3 and a half weeks i had read all of the books, the Goblet of Fire taking just under 3 days.I have to say that having now read the entire collection that this is by far my favourite by a long stretch....it has all the ingredients to make for a perfect book. And the story despite having many twist and turns and complications never bores or lets your mind get away...it is possibly the only book that I have ever read that has gripped me so much to not want to turn away.Definitely a must read.
Little Joy - CD
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I've been waiting for this album for month's and we're less than a month away now. Having heard three of the tracks on the band's myspace, i've just fallen in love with the sound and the band. Slightly different to what The Strokes have released, but still a must for any fan of the band, or Devendra Banhart as his influence can be heard in the demo's.
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I watched this film at the age of 17, and its my favourite film ever! I love everything about it, possibly because im Italian and have first hand experience of what its like to live in a society thats similar-though not as extreme.The story is great, the soundtrack amazing aswell as making you cry with laughter. Absoulutely amazing.
James Bond Movie Posters
bought this book for a college project...what can i say, i want to study illustration at university and these posters are absolutely amazing and am sure will be and absolutely amazing reference point, as well as being an example of primary research. the thing i wanna know is why do the posters get worse as the years progress? the early illustrated posters are so much better than the photographic ones.
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After all the rave reviews(and friends waiting in crazed anticipation, mainly because the creature was so well kept under wraps)I sat in the cinema expecting a good ride. In all honesty it didn't disappoint and i can probably see where all the hype was coming from. Motion sickness was a quirk, but when leaving the cinema i still felt empty...and to be honest I can't understand what i was looking for. Possibly that i didn't learn anything about the creature.overall a good film to watch and its non-stop action....one of them watch it once and leave it for a couple of years