Sam Tyler

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Location: Reading, Berkshire

 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,450 - Total Helpful Votes: 3011 of 4360
Look Of Love [Blu-ray] [2013] <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ Steve Coogan
Look Of Love [Blu-ray] [2013] Blu-ray ~ Steve Coogan
3.0 out of 5 stars Is In Your House, 29 Aug 2014
Some of the weirdest and sleaziest places in London can be found in Soho, but because it is London, even these places are worth more than the average Northern Town. The bloke that owned many properties in this area was Paul Raymond. As well as dabbling in property, he also dabbled in human flesh as he launched several adult magazines over the years. `Look of Love' stars Steve Coogan as Raymond; it charts his rise and shows that even the richest people in the world are not always happy.

Director Michael Winterbottom has had an interesting and varied career and although some of his films are not to all tastes, they are inevitably interesting. In some ways `Look of Love' is one… Read more
New Earth Book One:wagon Train To The Stars: Star &hellip by Diane Carey
3.0 out of 5 stars Convoy!, 29 Aug 2014
I have always wondered why in the Star Trek universe more people do not decide to stay on a relatively peaceful Earth living to a ripe old 190 years and enjoy their dotage. Instead, the citizens of the Federation decide to put their lives on the line by joining Star Fleet or even hitching onto a massive convoy to create a New Earth some 9 months space travel away. This is the premise behind the 6 part series of New Earth and part 1, ‘Wagon Train to the Stars’, tells of the initial flight out there. An aging Kirk and co have volunteered to oversee the 60000+ private citizens on their journey, but some of this lot are not trustworthy.

‘Wagon Train’ is a fun Star Trek novel that… Read more
New Earth: Wagon Train to the Stars Bk. 1 (Star Tr&hellip by Diane Carey
I have always wondered why in the Star Trek universe more people do not decide to stay on a relatively peaceful Earth living to a ripe old 190 years and enjoy their dotage. Instead, the citizens of the Federation decide to put their lives on the line by joining Star Fleet or even hitching onto a massive convoy to create a New Earth some 9 months space travel away. This is the premise behind the 6 part series of New Earth and part 1, ‘Wagon Train to the Stars’, tells of the initial flight out there. An aging Kirk and co have volunteered to oversee the 60000+ private citizens on their journey, but some of this lot are not trustworthy.

‘Wagon Train’ is a fun Star Trek novel that… Read more

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