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Description Mae West stars as 1890s blues singer Ruby in a comic romp that follows the dazzling entertainer's quest to find the man of her dreams without being duped. Ruby distracts boxer Tiger so much that Tiger... more

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Description The beloved BBC miniseries about a young cook's rags-to-riches ascension from scullery maid to proprietress of the most fashionable hotel in turn-of-the-century London. Gemma Jones stars as Louisa Ley... more

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Review of Duke - Gaelen Foley

Super

“The Duke”

published 19/11/2010

Interesting and well developed characters and great story all the way through

Would have liked a bit more involvement from secondary characters

...About the author Gaelen Foley is an American author who lives in Pittsburgh with her husband and dog and is a New York Times bestseller. She writes in the Regency England period although not all of her books are set in England. Her first book, The Pirate Prince (part of the Ascension Trilogy), was released in 1998. Plot The Duke is the first book in this series and it all starts...

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Review of The Duke of York

Excellent

“Dine like a Duke”

published 20/02/2009

Cracking food and a good price - for a pub!

A bit small for buggies, awkward downstairs toilet access.

...and facial faffage. ~Recommended?~ If you are in the neighbourhood then yes, although there are lots of eateries in SJW if you can get into The Duke then I'd say go there. Its food that feeds you and not just food that fills you up. www.thedukeofyork.com 2 St Anne's Terrace St Johns Wood NW8 6PJ T) 0207 722 1933...

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Review of Duke Nukem Forever (PC)

Satisfactory

It finally got released! Looks decent visually, great to have duke back, can be pretty fun

generic gameplay and linear design, panders too much to console market, long load times

...Oh for crying out loud. Released back in 1996, Duke Nukem 3D was a superb FPS, with visuals that were hugely impressive for the time. It relied on the BUILD engine, which allowed for the creation of more realistic environments, as well as the ability to jump and to look up and down, all of which allowed for new and exciting gameplay possibilities that were explored to the full in the game...

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