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Never Let Me Go
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'Never Let Me Go' is a film based upon the novel of the same name by Kazuo Ishiguro. You may want to read this novel before or after watching the film and I would thoroughly recommend it.
The story centers around Kathy H, Tommy and Ruth, a close friendship group torn apart by betrayal. After a chilling secret is revealed about their fate, some of the student's of Hailsham take their opportunity to live their life to the fullest whereas others let time escape them. I don't want to give too much away as the beauty of this film is that small minute details are given at intervals to draw you in.
The acting is superb; the best of British. Carey Mulligan, Keira Knightley and Andrew Garfield give the best performances of their careers giving an honest and true-to-the-book portrayal of their characters. The child actors should also be commended.
A must-watch film but beware, the story is chilling and is defintely not a happy one.
50 Cent: Bulletproof
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What an awful game. You play as 50 Cent as he shoots people, swears and... shoots people. The controls are terrible, the graphics and character models are terrible and the storyline is unrealistic.
This game just goes to show that a gun doesn't make a game good, another example is Shadow the Hedgehog but don't get me started on that one.
Save your money; don't buy it.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (Platinum)
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This game is ported from the PSP version which is why it has a cheap price-tag. The missions are designed for the PSP so they aren't as long as GTA missions from previous titles. Even though, at a price like this, it's well worth buying.
In this game you play as Toni Cipriani three years before the events in III. For most people, this isn't their first time in Liberty City because of GTA III and therefore there won't be lots of discovering and exploring. The graphics aren't a huge improvment because this is a PSP port which is dissapointing because they could've been improved on.
Boats, bikes, cars, ferrys & trains are the only means of transport here. Absent are helicopters, planes & bicycles. The customization of Toni isn't as vast and detailed as San Andreas; instead you unlock outfits as you go along.
This isn't a groundbreaking GTA title but it's still a good game.
Canis Canem Edit (Platinum)
My parents were reluctant to buy this game for me because of it's previous name "Bully" which was then changed to the present title. I don't know why Rockstar decided to call it Bully because even though there are some scenes of bullying in the early stages of the game, most of your missions and side-missions are to help other students and protect them from bullying.
This is a fantastic game with a long lifespan. There are five chapters in the game to play through consisting of exciting missions that take you through a whole school year at Bullworth Academy. The last level of the game, the lead up to the finale, is dissapointing and not as good as I hoped for.
A brilliant game and a must have for the PS2. Canis Canem Edit will also be coming to the Wii and Xbox 360 later this year/early 2008.