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“Octivity Time”

published 17/12/2014

Well made, cuddly, lots to explore

Squeaker poorly placed and hard to squeak

...While the majority of soft toys within the Lamaze Play and Grow range are advertised as suitable from birth, Octivity Time is a rare exception and sold as being suitable for babies over the age of six months. With that out of the way, this rather cute octopus was given to Baby JJ by his big brother last Christmas, when Baby JJ was just a couple of months old and apart from the fact that...

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Excellent

“The Time Of Your Life”

published 25/01/2015

Fantastic cast, great storyline, great humour

A few confusing moments, some moments a little slow

...About Time Please Note: This is a FILM ONLY review. ?We're all traveling through time together, every day of our lives. All we can do is do our best to relish this remarkable ride.? From the creators of ?Love Actually? and ?Notting Hill? comes a tale about a young man who inherits a special ability from his father, one he is introduced to at the age of twenty-one and one which changes his...

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Good

“Public Enemy...singular”

published 18/11/2010

Great acting, interesting filming and scoring concepts, more historically accurate than most

Missed opportunities, including lack of screen time for Bale and the involvement of other characte

...the time of James Cagney and Clarke Gable, Dillinger, ever conscious of his public image, rose to become something of Robin Hood figure in the eyes of some. However, for the hugely ambitious Federal Crime administrator and pioneer, J. Edgar Hoover, Dillinger is the excuse he provides to exerted more power. He puts his untested ?G Men? led by the determined Purvis (Christian Bale) to the task of hunting...

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