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Description A mix of comedy, action, and drama, MINDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS is the first feature-length MINDER adventure. In the film, Terry (Dennis Waterman) and Arthur (George Cole) journey through Europe on t... more

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Review of Gatwick Express

Super

“The Airport Express!”

published 24/03/2011

Reliable and fast.

Expensive ticket cost.

...In a day and age that travelling from A to B can be a painful and somewhat financially expensive experience, its good to know on the occasional times that you need to get to a major transportation hub that something like the Gatwick Express actually exists. With Gatwick Airport on the main London to Brighton line and located on the Surrey/ Sussex border the Airport couldn?t be located in a better...

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Review of National express

Super

“Express my opinion”

published 13/08/2014

cheap comfortable and convenient,

timetables cannot be set in stone due to traffic conditions

...I have grown up children living at the two extreme ends of the UK and I also travel abroad quite a lot during the year, so I have used National Express many times over many years. I generally find that travelling by coach is slower than by train, but it is often more convenient, with less changes, and it is almost always cheaper. The Website When I first began using National Express...

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Review of All Stars (DVD)

Satisfactory

“No Stars”

published 20/10/2014

Some decent ideas for dance routines.

Limp direction, hackneyed writing and stagy acting.

...she deserves better roles than this. Kevin Bishop is unlikeable as Ethan?s shiftless dad, Andy. Ashley Walters is pushy as Jaden?s father, Matthew. John Barrowman pops up as Amy?s catatonic dad, but at least gets a dance routine in. Mark Heap is weasel-faced and officious as token baddie Simon Tarrington, but has little bark or bite. Also look out for former pop stars Kimberley Walsh and Javine...

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