Laura Hartley

Top Reviewer Ranking: 734
Helpful votes received on reviews: 85% (711 of 838)
Location: London
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An avid film/television/book blogger! Contact me: contact.whatshotblog @ gmail . com

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 734 - Total Helpful Votes: 711 of 838
Caseflex iPhone 5S Case Black Genuine Leather Wall&hellip by Caseflex
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
About the case:
This iPhone 5/5S case is made from real leather in the colour black. It is a 'wallet' style case, meaning that there is a sort of 'flap' that wraps around the phone screen as seen in pictures. The case shuts with a magnetic clasp that is easy to open and close. Inside, the material is a soft, brown leather material and there are two card slots and one bigger one along the side for cash. On the right hand side is a hard phone case into which you slot your iPhone. There is a hole on the back of the case for your camera lens.

What's good about it:
Being made of real leather, this is definitely a high quality case. I feel confident that this case isn't going… Read more
Of Love and Other Wars by Sophie Hardach
Of Love and Other Wars by Sophie Hardach
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Of Love and Other Wars attracted me because of its vibrant cover and the high praise from critics plastered all over the book jacket. I have to admit that it wasn't what I was expecting really as the quoted passage on the back of the book cover does not wholly reflect what this book is all about, despite being one of the most poignant passages from within so in this case, I really wouldn't judge this book solely by its cover. Of Love and Other Wars is made up of three parts, spanning between 1937 and 1945, the time of the Second World War. Whilst the main characters are said to be Paul and Charlie Lamb, I'd say that this book actually has at least six main characters, Paul, Charlie, Miriam,… Read more
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug [DVD] [2013] <b>DVD</b> ~ Martin Freeman
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Although An Unexpected Journey was a very impressive film, I still firmly believe that The Lord of the Rings trilogy is much better, despite the fact that it was made over ten years prior to The Hobbit and with the release of the second instalment of The Hobbit, I still stand by that. Although perhaps more visually impressive, the use of computer generated effects is also much more obvious and things are less 'real' than in Lord of the Rings. What I do love about this, however, is the vibrancy that these effects bring to the film. Both The Desolation of Smaug and An Unexpected Journey are such colourful and vibrant films and this really stands out to me. Whether the scenes are full of dark… Read more

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