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Reviewer:
TheHigsonator
Reviews:
0
Votes:
18 (22% helpful)

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  1.  Brilliant.

    Posted: 

    This is clearly the greatest game ever made up to this date - apart from GTA of course.

    Ultra-realistic. Needs to be seen to be believed. Indeed.

  2.  Fantastic Horror

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    I'm not a natural horror fan - people going around with a chainsaw doesn't usually do it for me. I quite enjoyed this more cerebral horror though. The scary bits were very, very scary and the big build-up to them makes them even more so. I haven't seen Lena Headey since Parole Officer, she and the rest of the cast really make the film.

  3.  The bad is Piers Morgan

    Posted: 

    This is the worst thing in the world. If you have a soul, just say no.

  4.  Sonic Boom!

    Posted: 

    This t-shirt is great. It's really blue and the motif is all velvety. Women often come up to me and stroke the velvet. Sonic? Boom!

  5.  What's not to like?

    Posted: 

    Like tents? Like t-shirts? Then this is for you. People say hilarious things like "It's there. On your t-shirt." Brill.

  6.  Worst. Film. Ever.

    Posted: 

    The opposite of funny. No laughs. Comedy free zone...er, that's it.

  7.  WOW!

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    These headphones are the best I've ever listened with. Crystal clear sound quality and they look quite fetching too!

  8.  Fantastic

    Posted: 

    This actually works but I think you need to have a positive attitude to the possibilities of this book. I don't think there is any magic solution here just common sense from an ex-smoker.

    I read the book and apart from one evening haven't smoked since and it's been easier than any other method of stopping smoking that I have tried.

    As soon as I finished reading it, I started again and am about half way through now. I'll read it a hundred times if that what it takes.

    Only downside is people think you are referring to the comedian when you refer to Allen Carr. Get ready to say, 'No, not that Alan Carr', a lot.