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Description Casper the ghost was created in 1940 by Joe Orolio. This is the live-action/animated family feature film starring the friendly young spook. In it, greedy heiress Carrigan Crittenden (Cathy Moriarty) i... more


Description A happily-married woman with two children rediscovers a school romance during a high school reunion. Unable to experience the joys of passion herself she encourages her best friend to find out what he... more


Description Space-Bum-For-Hire Lone Starr and his sidekick Barf (half man, half dog, he's his own best friend) must rescue a spoilt Druish Princess from evil sniveller Dark Helmet in time to pay off Pizza the Hut... more


Description Marrying into a family of doctors gives a woman an inferiority complex. While shopping for a welcome home dinner for her husband's Nobel-prize winning brother, she has a thrilling encounter with a han... more


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Review of Lyra's Oxford - Philip Pullman


“Pullman's Compromise”

published 07/12/2003

Beautifully presented little snippet of the future, post-His Dark Materials

Undeniable aftertaste of pointlessness

...Anyone who has read any of my previous ops about books, audio books or children?s books, will have come across copious references to Philip Pullman, and my love of the beautifully crafted His Dark Materials. It is an extraordinary book, published as a trio of intelligent, pacy, fantastical novels: Northern Lights, The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass. If this epic collection has a fault it...

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Review of His Dark Materials II: The Subtle Knife - Philip Pullman


“Pullman cuts loose”

published 30/11/2011

Lots of action, parallel worlds are believable, those last two chapters -- wow

Will does irritate me just a tiny bit

...The last shall be first It's not often that I'll begin a review of a novel by talking about the book's ending, but in the case of The Subtle Knife, the middle volume of Philip Pullman's extremely fine His Dark Materials fantasy trilogy, I'm going to make an exception. No, don't worry, I'm not going to give away the details of precisely what happens... but what I will say is that in...

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Review of His Dark Materials III: The Amber Spyglass - Philip Pullman


Brilliant end to a brilliant trilogy. Short chapters: ideal stopping places

Much longer than the others. Very descriptive in the middle.

...A little short of amonth ago, I woke up on Christmas morning and opened my presents. One of these was Philip Pullman's 'His Dark Materials' trilogy. I had eagerly awaited these (guessing I would get them for Christmas) and tucked into them immediately. The first two in the trilogy, namely 'Northern Lights' and 'The Subtle Knife', leave you thristy for more. Pullman creates a fantastic tale...

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