Production Year: 2004 - Comedy - Director: Beeban Kidron - Original Language: English - Classification: 15 years and over - Starring: Hugh Grant, Jim Broadbent, Renee Zellweger, Colin Firth, Gemma (On Ciao since: 06/2005)
Drama - Director: Webster Forrest - Original Language: English - Classification: 18 years and over - Starring: Sean Hart, Danny Bedford, Finella Fielding - Studio: SONY DADC, FUSION MEDIA SALES, TLA (On Ciao since: 11/2011)
Production Year: 1997 - Action/Adventure - Director: Lee Tamahori - Original Language: English - Classification: 15 years and over - Starring: Alec Baldwin, Anthony Hopkins, Elle Macpherson, Harold (On Ciao since: 04/2005)
Production Year: 1991 - Comedy - Director: Paul Michael Glaser - Original Language: English - Classification: Parental Guidance - Starring: D.B. Sweeney, Moira Kelly, Roy Dotrice, Terry O'Quinn (On Ciao since: 03/2003)
Production Year: 1980 - Horror - Director: Ruggero Deodato - Original Language: English - Classification: 18 years and over - Starring: David Hess, Giovanni Lombardo Radice, Annie Belle (On Ciao since: 04/2006)
(+) Hopefully after this they’ll never get funding to make ‘Bridget Jones 3: Beyond all hope’ (-) How not to make a sequel. Poor script, weak plot, thin characters (except our Bridget…) (*) (On Ciao since: 11/2004)
Anna packs her bags one day without telling anyone where and why she is going - just that she'll be back soon. Her thoughts as she boards a plane, are that this...... more
Anna packs her bags one day without telling anyone where and why she is going - just that she'll be back soon. Her thoughts as she boards a plane, are that this journey will give her time to think about her life - as a woman hitting forty, a journalist and a single mother. She has no premonition that she will become a statistic in a missing person file. Left at home is Anna's beloved six-year-old daughter Lily, her gay friend Paul, who is surrogate father to Lily, and her eccentric best friend Estella. When Anna doesn't return, they make uneasy excuses until, as time passes, the mind-numbing possibility that Anna might not be coming back becomes terrifyingly real. And while those closest to her battle with their imaginations, Anna is on a dark journey - in one scenario Anna is on a ravishing, sexual adventure, on the other, much darker voyage, she is the victim of a stranger's dangerous sexual fantasy. In a masterpiece of emotionally intelligent and nerve-wracking suspense, Sarah Dunant takes us to the very edge.
Gibson The Edge comfort strap, guitar/bassstrap, classic saddle strap, top quality leather, made of soft and thick, top-quality, full-grain top leather...... more
Gibson The Edge comfort strap, guitar/bassstrap, classic saddle strap, top quality leather, made of soft and thick, top-quality, full-grain top leather and includes half-inch thick memory foam padding. max.lenght 150cm, width strap 8cm, color black
In The Edge writer David Mamet created two engrossing and memorable characters; an urbane fashion photographer played by Alec Baldwin and a reserved and...... more
In The Edge writer David Mamet created two engrossing and memorable characters; an urbane fashion photographer played by Alec Baldwin and a reserved and intellectual billionaire played by Anthony Hopkins. They find themselves teamed up against both a giant Kodiak bear and their own inner demons, when lost together in the Alaskan wilderness. The subject matter includes male rivalry, the isolationism of extreme wealth and, most conspicuously, the survival of the fittest. Mamet's script, which sounds a little too arched in spots, is well served by New Zealand director Lee Tamahori, who knows how to capture beauty and brutality in one frame. Although the themes are enormous in scope, they are well balanced and one rarely overpowers the other, nor does the achingly beautiful scenery overshadow the acting. Even if you don't like the intellectualism of the dialogue, there are some great scenes with the bear. --Rochelle O'Gorman, Amazon.com
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Reflex Nutrition introduces The Edge. Reflex Edge is a science based marvel is a formulation that is simply in a league of its own. Taking full...... more
Reflex Nutrition introduces The Edge. Reflex Edge is a science based marvel is a formulation that is simply in a league of its own. Taking full advantage of a culmination of recent scientific findings, The Edge literally gives sports people the edge in their chosen sport. During strenuous sporting activity your body will be subject to large energy demands, dehydration, muscle damage, free radical damage and reduced immunity. Some energy drinks address some of these problems but few get close to addressing all of the demands placed on the body.
Advantages: Good value for money, very reliable, trustworthy brand, Disadvantages: A bit too light for some
...There must surely come a point, in the not too distant future, where the ever-advancing capabilities of electronics miniaturisation become really rather more of a pain than a pleasure. In fact, we may well have arrived at just this point with the advent of the SanDisk Cruzer Edge flash drive. Now, the USB stick is a wonderful invention, and one which I would be totally lost without nowadays. Even...
Advantages: Many many functions, training centre info Disadvantages: Info overload, price, rubbish standard map
...£250 on the Garmin Edge 305 with cadence and heart rate monitor (cadence is RPM for your feet while pedalling, by the way).
It arrived a couple of weeks ago and after playing with it for a short while was promptly installed on one of his bikes. The 305 does absolutely tons of different stuff, and to be honest to me seemed to measure more things than you could possibly ever want to know about your...
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Review of Garmin Edge 305
Advantages: Intelligent journey Disadvantages: Sub titles
...west, people always balancing on the edge of heaven in the third world. The acting is superb and Baki Davrak as the educated German Turk really captures that second generation immigrant conflict of embracing capitalism and so greed but living a lifestyle that ultimately makes you look down on your forefathers and distance you from your family. By telling that journey backwards here Akin has made a very...