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Tony Westwater

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 61% (11 of 18)
Location: London,England
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,455,887 - Total Helpful Votes: 11 of 18
He Who Dares [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Simon Phillips
He Who Dares [DVD] DVD ~ Simon Phillips
2 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Action film, 8 April 2014
Full action from start to finish. Proper bad baddies. Slick witty dialogue. Loved the fight scenes especially stair well fight and Zara Phythian stealing the show IMHO teaching the boys a thing or two.
Exploring China: A Culinary Adventure: 100 recipes&hellip by Ken Hom
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I love the way each recipe has a background story. I was a huge fan of the series and the book is just as well made. To cook the recipes, I had to find a Chinese Supermarket in Nottingham (maybe Tescos and sainsburys is more adventurous down south) but once I bought the core set of Spices and sauces, i was set for most recipes in the book. Too many recipes to outline all but the hunan spicey beef is better than my local restaurant version and the Twice Cook Pork is special. Some of the veg dishes do have Veg that i have not found anywhere yet but that is the only minor negative of a fine book.
Hey, That's My Fish! by Ffg
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
The game has all the good features that should make it a great family game; it's easy to pick up, contains strategy that could pitch old against young.

so why not a 5 star then.

1) the time to setup

It takes ages to set up. the little hexagons are so tiny that it is a fiddly job to get the board set up for each game and I do mean each game, this is not a 5 minute at the start and then you can play again and again, this is 5 minutes before each and every game.

2) The hex pieces are too small to pick up.

The gameplay will mean that you have to pick up the hex pieces and there lies the problem. When they are all close together, you can not… Read more