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Description From master storyteller John Grisham and the director of Don't Say a Word comes a taut suspense-thriller that 'grabs hold of you and never lets go' (Philadelphia Metro). In their first film together s... more

Description From master storyteller John Grisham and the director of Don't Say a Word comes a taut suspense-thriller that 'grabs hold of you and never lets go' (Philadelphia Metro). In their first film together s... more

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Review of The Runaway - Martina Cole

Super

“The Runaway”

published 06/12/2013

Good characters and lots happening

Wont appeal to everyone, a bit long

.... The Runaway was a book I bought for him a while back and decided to read myself, hoping that as it's quite a while since I read one of her books it wouldn't seem as "samey" as others. The book starts in London in 1960 with children Cathy (7) and Eamonn (10) being brought up in a house full of problems. Eamonn's dad, Eamonn senior is dating Cathy's prostitute mother Madge and the two moved in with Cathy...

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Review of Runaways - Virginia Andrews

Super

“Runaways”

published 15/04/2007

Addictive, Good conclusion

Sometimes Predictable and unbelievable

...V.C.Andrews is known for making a series of books. Usually four separate stories that eventually wind down a road and come together to make a fifth. The orphans' series was no exception. Four books titled Butterfly, Crystal, Brooke and Raven. Runaway brings it to a rocky, tooth rotting and predictable yet required conclusion. I would strongly recommend reading the four separate books before...

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Review of The Runaways (DVD)

Good

A strong performance from Dakota Fanning.

A lack of emotional depth and a miscast Kristen Stewart.

...-in, feeling more like extras than actors, thanks to the poor characterisation. The soundtrack doesn?t include any original music, instead relying on a grab bag of contemporary tracks including ?Rebel Rebel? by David Bowie, ?It?s a Man?s Man?s Man?s World? by MC5, ?The Wild One? by Suzi Quatro, the Stooges? ?I Wanna Be Your Dog? and ?Pretty Vacant? by The Sex Pistols. There are also covers of The Runaways...

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