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Description On the windswept Suffolk mudflats creaks a bird-hide, inside which hovers Roy Tunt, a prematurely aged, mildly obsessive-compulsive birder. With one more sighting - the elusive sociable ploves - he w... more

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Description In Kenneth Branagh's stylish suspense film, Branagh stars as Mike Church, a Los Angeles detective who is drawn into the life of Grace (Emma Thompson), a woman with amnesia who is plagued by disturbing... more

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AdvantagesClassic songs sung beautifully, great instrumentalists and orchestra

DisadvantagesFor me there really are none!

...Introduction I grew up listening to the music of Glen Campbell as my father was a huge fan and had many of his albums back in the 60s and early 70s. At that time, Campbell was at the peak of his success as a solo singer. Born in Arkansas in 1936, Campbell began his musical career as a session guitarist and singer, appearing on many classic recordings of the era, including "Tequila" by...

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Advantagescompelling, moody, imaginative, well written

Disadvantagestoo long

..., industrial city belching smoke and fighting its enemies with plague, poison and fire, but also morally corrupt through what lies at its foundation. Redemption is hinted at, but so far only very vaguely hinted: I suspect there is room for that in the later volumes of the Deepgate Codex. Campbell takes his idea to its logical conclusion by showing how core beliefs of a culture would shape the way it...

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AdvantagesSharp and caustic British wit

DisadvantagesNot risky enough!

...because they are reduced to scripted often insular monotone replies because anything they say may be taking out of context. Once they are quoted, fairly or not, its up on the newswire and the news agenda is set for the day. The politicians can, of course, manipulate that process, the theme of our movie, clearly based on real events, Peter Capaldis manic Alistair Campbell character cruel but...

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