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Reviewer:
darrylxo
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  1.  Three fast paced dance films!

    Posted: 

    You get value for money when purchasing these films.
    Although the story lines of the films aren't exactly amazing and the first and the main parts of the films seem quite repetitive, the dance routines are out of this world!

    Although the films are based mainly around street dance, other dance styles are incorporated and makes these films easy to watch with loveable characters.
    The music chosen for the films also fits well, making them catchy and easy to remember.

    If you have not seen any of these films I suggest watching them (from the start of course!) especially if you love dance films. I myself wasn't a lover of dance films, but this opened my eyes!
    Fantastic.

  2.  A good and interesting watch.

    Posted: 

    I was asked to watch this film for a communication studies module at university on race and culture. I found the film a little bit slow moving, but it really highlighted how race was shown during this era. The film in itself worked nicely, the story line was interesting, but I did find it a little bit predictable. I would still recommend this film as it highlights some important issues.

  3.  Worth the money!

    Posted: 

    Totally worth what you pay for it. All 7 books in one box, neat and tidy without being damaged. The box presentation is fantastic with nice detail. There to read whenever you want.
    My only problem is that the pages do feel slightly flimsy. I like the fact there is an 'Adult box set', however the covers are not as interesting as on the children's the books, but the stories are just the same!
    Lovely to have.

  4.  Excellent!

    Posted: 

    Having not watched these films for years, I decided to buy them. At such a cheap price it was really worth it! The films never fail to amuse me. However, Home Alone 2 had subtitles and there was no way for me to turn them off, which spoilt it a bit!