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I saw this movie a few months ago, for the first time. I'm a huge Keanu Reeves fan (well, pre-Matrix, anyway!) and it was definitely worth watching. Reeves is fit as, in this movie and the only reason I'm buying it on DVD is to be able to fast forward and rewind!!!!
Another awesome film from Patrick Swayze too.
Lost In Austen (2 Disc)
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I saw this advertised on ITV1 for a few weeks before it came out and knew I had to see it.So, I sat down to the first episode and 10 minutes in, I was cringing at how terrible it was. But then, I carried on watching.... and watching... and watching and soon enough I was hooked!!! The humour is absolutely fantastic and I have to say, what a bloody good choice for the casting! I ended up wanting to be Amanda Price and even fancied Mr Darcy by the end - certainly an interesting looking man, I have to say. Not the usual Darcy you'd imagine!!So yes, once you've got past the hammy beginning, you'll soon fall in love with it, just as I did.
Creative Zen Vision M 30GB MP3/Multimedia Player (Black)
I bought my first, and last Vision:M last Christmas. It has not survived more than 18 months. It was absolutely stunning for those 18 months, until one day, it stopped responding. It wouldn't turn on, plug in or charge. No response whatsoever. I emailed Creative's support team and got a quote for £98 to have it repaired.I'm lost without it, I have to admit. It was wonderful when it worked; I took it everywhere with me. I'm just extremely disappointed and very concerned that 6 months after the warantee ended, it ceased to work. I honestly don't know if I'd ever buy another, or even recommend them to a friend. All I know is that mine wasn't worth the £189 I paid for it less than 2 years ago.
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I went to see this film in March and have been waiting with baited breath for it's DVD release.
Anne Hathaway and James McAvoy pulled out a beautiful performance and the chemistry is just electric. The hair, makeup and costumes are fantastic, you are immediately transported to another time.
If you're a fan of Austen, Hathaway or McAvoy it's definitely worth a watch. Even if you're only watching it to ogle at Mr Lefroy!