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Description This cool Animal Planet soft toy crocodile looks just like a real croc! Press and see it come alive with sound, movement and wild eyes! more

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Description These cool soft toy dino's look, move and sound just like real dinosaurs! Simply press the claw and watch them come to life with realistic sounds and movement, and light up wild eyes! 3 to collect.One... more

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Description In this heartwarming Christmas film, a young mother, Ginny Grainger (Mary Steenburgen), rediscovers the joy and beauty of Christmas thanks to the unshakeable faith of her six-year-old daughter (Elisab... more

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Excellent

“Wild”

published 05/09/2015

AdvantagesThe whole film

DisadvantagesNone

...Wild Price:£6.99 Released in 2014 Certificate: 15 Running time: 115 minutes. Wild is based on a book called Wild' lost and found, it's a true story and not one that I've read but would like to. I have had this DVD on my shelf for quite some time and just not ever been in the mood to watch it, it's not usually one o would pick, I like different genres but the title and picture on the cover didn...

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Super

AdvantagesGreat soundtrack, well acted

DisadvantagesNo real conclusion

...This review is of the 2014 film Wild starring Reece Witherspoon and Laura Wild as memoirist Cheryl Strayer and her mother Bobbi; based on Strayer's memoirs of her hiking the PCT, published in 2012. Plot Cheryl has recently divorced her husband of seven years, Paul (in reality Paul is based on her first husband Marco, who she was married to for six years), and decides to take some time out...

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Good

AdvantagesA bit wider in scope that his original book

DisadvantagesDoesn't relate well to modern living

...I recently read John Eldredge?s ?Wild At Heart? and wasn?t terribly impressed. Normally, this would have prevented me from reading any follow up, but I had borrowed both books from a friend and I couldn?t return a book without reading it. This is the only reason I would have found myself reading ?The Way of the Wild Heart?. This book is apparently a map for the masculine journey ? a guide to...

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