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Description The sun blazes down relentlessly here in the Nevada desert. Route 66 is nearby but not that many cars pass this way. You could say it's rather deserted - but all that is set to change because Big Bubb... more

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Description Never the same game twice this absorbing and addictive off the wall mini-golf-based puzzler requires players to use their ingenuity to play their way to victory and lucrative rewards whether strategic... more

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Description To coincide with the latest series of the successful cartoon series Winx Club: Mission Enchantix gives all young DS owners the chance to get up close and personal with their favourite characters in th... more

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Description Loads of fun with the Hi-5 Gang! Come and join the Hi-5 Fun Club where there are educational games to play and plenty of fun to be had. It's the place to play with your friends Kellie Tim Charli Natha... more

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“Odeon Kids Club”

published 23/06/2011

AdvantagesGreat value for your family.


...When we were wondering about when the right time was to start taking my daughter to the cinema we were introduced by a friend to an offer at Odeon cinema's called the Odeon kids cinema club. My daughter was not quite three at the time and we were unsure about taking her to the cinema due to the high cost involved, especially as we were unsure whether she would sit through a movie at the time...

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published 28/01/2003

AdvantagesIt's a funny, moving, evocative novel...

DisadvantagesIt's especially for those growing up in the 1970s...

...the turntable. Oh yes. ?and I suspect that Jonathan Coe had a school uniform on every morning too. ***************************************************** The Rotters? Club spins you right back to those most peculiar of days. It follows the trials and tribulations of one small, ordinary boy trying his best to swim through the murky waters of adolescence in a rather well-to-do school in Birmingham...

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published 29/03/2013

AdvantagesGood Crime Drama

DisadvantagesWeak Lead Actor and Slightly Disappointing Directing

...Director: Neil Thompson Clubbed is a standard crime drama film that is set in the early 1980s. It tells the tale of a separated father who learns to stand up to the bullies in his life and control his own path, thanks to taking up boxing and becoming a bouncer. Mel Raido (yeah I hadn?t heard of him either) plays troubled and depressed Danny who feels like one of life?s losers. He works a mundane...

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