Production Year: 2012 - Action/Adventure - Original Language: English - Classification: 15 years and over - Starring: James Badge Dale, Joe Anderson, Frank Grillo - CINRAM LOGISTICS, Entertainment in (On Ciao since: 11/2011)
Production Year: 1976 - Documentaries & Biographies - Director: David Maysles, Ellen Hovde, Albert Maysles, Susan Froemke, Muffie Meyer - Original Language: English - Classification: Exempt (On Ciao since: 02/2007)
70cl / 40% - From Cognac in France, this breakthrough wheat-based small-batch ultra-premium vodka has achieved global success and won a Platinum medal at the...... more
70cl / 40% - From Cognac in France, this breakthrough wheat-based small-batch ultra-premium vodka has achieved global success and won a Platinum medal at the World Spirits Championship. Grey Goose was bought by Bacardi for over $2 billion in 2002.
Advantages: Nice love story Disadvantages: Some may not like the bondage scenes.
...I enjoy reading and do not really have a particular type of book that I prefer to read, I will generally read anything and once I have started a book I have to finish it even if its not that good. A little while after The Fifty Shades of Grey book by E L James came out a lot of people I knew were reading it and said that they were enjoying it, I had heard a lot about the book and was intrigued...
Advantages: Beautifully written. Disadvantages: Beware of graphic content.
...â?? of stories: nine
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Between the Conceits
The Indian Mutiny
A Short History of the English Novel
Incubus or The Impossibility of Self-Determination as to Desire
The End of the Relationship
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Published in 1996 but originally published by Bloomsbury in 1994 - Will Self has the copyright 1993 - 1994. All rights...
Advantages: A solid cast. Disadvantages: No character development or emotional depth and little action.
...on the mood he?s going for. For instance, he uses character point of view shots when two of the players are swept headlong down an icy river, in order to bring some immediacy to proceedings. And the director certainly gets across the risks to the characters and the sheer cold and the inhospitable nature of the frozen wastes of Alaska (through canny use of a blue-grey palette, which enhances the iciness...