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Super

AdvantagesGood read, decent characters, very funny in places

DisadvantagesCharacters can be annoying, lots of name dropping

...I had enjoyed the first books in the 'I Heart' series, even though I did have some complaints with the it. However, those niggles didn't stop me reading on and when I noticed this one in a pile that my friend lent me, I soon got stuck in. About the Series The 'I Heart' series of books have the same main character - Angela Clarke. In the first book, she finds her fiancé cheating...

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“OH WHAT A CARRY ON!”

published 05/01/2016

AdvantagesThree out of four of the films are some of the best Carry On's

DisadvantagesThe weaker but still watchable Follow That Camel

...critical praise. They need not have worried - the Rank Organisation soon picked up the franchise and the Carry On films continued to enjoy success for another decade. These films in this collection capture the series in its prime! Carry On Don't Lose Your Head 1966 Peter Gilmore: "It seems that the English have struck again." Kenneth Williams: "Yes, Citizen Robespierre, but then they say it...

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Excellent

AdvantagesBeautifully made document of beautiful-art-in-the-making.

DisadvantagesMaybe a bit much for non-fans.

...-entertaining Metallica feature, is unlikely to work for anyone uninterested in the band under consideration. If one does find oneself drawn to Jeff Tweedy and Co.'s blinding, genre-shredding prog-Americana, though (and really - why wouldn't you?), then I Am Trying To Break Your Heart is as engrossing a couple hours as can be found outside of, say, a couple spins of Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, the making of which provides...

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