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Spectre: Bond’s geriatric look needs a radical facelift

Spectre: Bond’s geriatric look needs a radical facelift

Alex MacDonald October 30, 2015 0

It had cheese, predictability, and a grim ungentlemanly feel about it. Bond is back with the highly anticipated Spectre, the new blockbuster with yet more girls, guns, and gadgets to boot. If you were

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Kindle Paperwhite Review

Kindle Paperwhite Review

Rob Nichols October 21, 2013 0

I recently got my hands on Amazon’s latest Kindle, the sequel to their widely acclaimed Paperwhite released last week, and having lived with it for a few days thought it high time to share

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GTA Online Review

GTA Online Review

Rob Nichols October 11, 2013 0

Before it had even launched, Rockstar admitted that GTA Online may well face some teething problems, but surely nobody at the company quite predicted the magnitude of the issues to come. Within hours of

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Broken City: Allen Hughes’ Neo-Noir thriller hits most of the right buttons

Broken City: Allen Hughes’ Neo-Noir thriller hits most of the right buttons

Backbencher January 12, 2013 0

Mike Gibson, In the midst of the worst economic recession in decades, many would say that there’s no better time and place for a neo-noir thriller than a big American city in the present

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A look back on P.J.Harvey’s, ‘White Chalk’

A look back on P.J.Harvey’s, ‘White Chalk’

Backbencher October 1, 2012 0

Kaya Purchase, Polly Jane Harvey’s latest album, ‘Let England Shake’ has indeed sent seismic waves across Britain’s culture. It deals with topical issues, captures the conditions of war and boldly confronts British politics. It

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