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Advantagesgood range, well made

Disadvantagessome won't stay stood up, parachute didn't work

...Toy Story is one of my favourite children's films and so I was delighted when my son was younger and showed a real interest in the films and the characters. Over time we purchased all kinds of Toy Story branded toys and one of the things that we bought that we do still own now is the Toy Story bucket of soldiers. This is my review of the toy! Those familiar with the film Toy Story will...

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AdvantagesEncourages imaginative play, and provide a fantastic defensive garrison for your home

DisadvantagesThey seem to have set up camp all over my entire house

...as this you can see a number of points upon each of the soldiers folds in their uniforms. They are of a good quality and with 72 soldiers you will have enough for your own personal war. Toys From Above The two parachute soldiers stayed in their wrappers to begin with until I became intrigued and wanted to see them for myself, after discarding the plastic bag I unwound the string that was...

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“Doo You See A Zulu?”

published 12/11/2008

AdvantagesCaptivating, one of the best films ever made.

DisadvantagesNone whatsoever.

...all the more compelling, is not fiction but fact, based on true events that happened at a small mission station at Rorkes Drift, Natal, South Africa on 22/23 January 1879. The rights or wrongs of the British being there should not detract from the film itself which focusses on the 110 British soldiers who stood firm and fought a force of over 4,000 Zulu's. The previous day had seen over 1...

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