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The Old Curiosity Shop: A Tale (Penguin Classics) by Charles Dickens
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Please be aware the reviews of this book posted here contain spoilers and seemingly have been written by people who have the wit they were given.The Old Curiosity Shop: A Tale (Penguin Classics)
Second Sight (Xbox) by Codemasters
Second Sight (Xbox) by Codemasters
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Second Sight, 19 Oct 2004
This is a fantastic game. It offers an intelligent story that keeps the player guessing.
Gamers should enjoy the good selection psi powers that are developed quickly so, unlike most games, you can get to use all your powers for most of the game.
Graphics are good, controls are simple and easily mastered.
However, you can't save your progress unless you finish the level but the levels are short enough (yes - there's plenty of them) for this not to be a major problem.
You could do a lot worse that spend your game cash on this.
The Scalphunters [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Burt Lancaster
The Scalphunters [DVD] DVD ~ Burt Lancaster
29 of 31 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Scalphunters, 12 July 2004
A funny, clever film with Burt Lancaster at his very best in this western comedy. Joe Bass (Lancaster) is a trapper/frontiersman who after a winter of gathering furs is forced to "trade" them for a black slave (Ossie Davis).
The film is then centred on Bass' funny and ingenious efforts to reclaim his beaver pelts.
The exchanges between Davis' cultured slave character, Joseph Lee, and the illiterate Bass are witty and sharp
with the final fight sequence being the funniest I have seen.
A fantastic movie.

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