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    • pcspecialist.co.uk / Online Shop / 0 Readings / 0 Ratings
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      06.05.2016 14:09


      • "Great product"
      • "Easy finance"
      • "Great website order form"
      • "Great price"
      • "Brilliant tracking"


      Fantastic service, would recommend to anyone.

      First time using PC Specialist and would definitely use them again. Better price point than similar websites, and unmatched professionalism. Loved tracking the build every step of the way, and it was dispatched super quickly. Worked out cheaper than building it myself and I got finance. Win all round.


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    • Lenovo G580 15.6-inch Laptop / Laptop / 0 Readings / 0 Ratings
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      06.05.2016 14:06


      • Performance
      • "Screen size"


      • "Mouse Pad"

      Great for anyone wanting to do everyday laptop activities.

      Bought this laptop in blue about a year ago and I've used it extensively almost every day with absolutely no problems. As someone who works in IT (Software Developer), it's likely I use this laptop for more than the average person would and it's never let me down. It looks great, not to heavy and the fan and heat control is very quiet. The RAM and processor are more than enough for me to run multiple programs at once, although obviously I wouldn't recommend this laptop for gaming.

      The screen is you average laptop screen, average sized and looks like any other. Not as clear and crisp as HD displays on something like a MAC, but it's fine for the average person like myself.

      The mouse pad on this laptop is not the bes I've ever used, but it just needs a little getting used to and it doesn't hold you back to much. For the price of the laptop however, little things like this can be expected. I paid £249 for this laptop by the way, reduced from about 300 I think.

      Finally the battery could be better which is something I've had a lot with Lenovo laptops and the screen size is spot on, as 13.3 is surprisingly small and 17 can be a bit to big for a laptop. 15 inches is usually just right.

      If your aim is to do everyday laptop tasks such as browse the web, look at photos listen to music, this laptop is perfect. Don't buy for gaming!


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    • pcspecialist.co.uk / Online Shop / 1 Reading / 0 Ratings
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      06.05.2016 09:31


      • "Great Customisation System"
      • "Excellent Support"
      • "Pretty Cheap"
      • "Great Laptop"


      Great Product, Cheap Price, Friendly and Useful Suport

      PCspecialist made it really easy to pick the machine for me, and then supported me all the way through the setup process. I now have a Laptop for £500 that far out-performs anything I could have bought off the shelf, and I'm really happy with it.

      I had to contact support about drivers, and they had them all available for me right there, they couldn't have made it any easier.


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    • Molten Basketball 7 / Ball Sport / 0 Readings / 0 Ratings
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      06.05.2016 01:28


      • "Decent life span"
      • " bounces well"
      • Lightweight
      • "Suitable for both outdoors and in"
      • "Perfect size and grip"


      • "Ball can pop fairly easily "
      • "Fading of the print"

      This is the ball that got me started

      Honestly, this is the ball that got me started.
      If you're someone like me who doesn't dwell too much on detail and just wants to play some ball then this is the perfect ball for you. I've used it both outdoors and in and it has still maintained its grip until this day, of course it isn't as it once used to be but for the price, I think it was worth it.

      The ball isn't heavy at all so if you have a bag that can fit it you'll feel like you're carrying nothing! I went through a great deal with this ball, playing from almost every surface you can think of throughout every season of the year and it fulfills its role as an all-around sports ball.
      Avoid keeping the ball in the sun when inactive as the rubber within doesn't react well to the heat, the ball deflates way quicker and if uncareful it could potentially puncture the ball altogether so refrain from that at all costs!
      However avoid bouncing the ball on anything sharp or irregularly shaped as the rubber inside doesn't seem to be of great quality, my friend accidentally bounced it and it hit the top of the gate and deflated.
      If you're keen on playing Basketball and fast then this is the ball for you,

      But yeah overall, for the price it's a fair buy and if you avoid being silly then this ball should last you a good amount of time. You will not be disappointed.


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    • Easyprint.co.uk / Online Shopping Misc / 0 Readings / 0 Ratings
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      05.05.2016 23:47


      • "High quality"
      • "Fast delivery"


      • "£1.95 payment fee"

      Fast delivery, high quality & professional

      With a choice of your own ready made design or their own online design service makes it easy to order with EasyPrint. This company knows how to do this right, right in a big way, 2 day delivery from Germany as standard, high quality printed products as you ordered them and customer service ready to answer your call, email or online chat in seconds. Great prices making them affordable for all and with no minimum order too.
      The website was easy to use even though payment was not so easy with the Bank transfer payment option.
      The colours popped right off the page and the paper stock range meant I was able to get exactly the finish I wanted. The service was second to none as well. I managed to mess up my order, but the team fixed it at no extra cost to me. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend these guys.
      Did not like that if you had to pay by debit/credit card or Paypal there was a £1.95 charge. (The banks only charge 25p max to use a debit card).
      Highly recommended!!!!
      A great printing company putting all the others to bed.
      No negatives (apart from the £1.95 card or Paypal payment fee) just 100% positive experience.
      Excellent quality and speedy response, polite and helpful staff. Don't bother with VistaPrint: more expensive, not such good quality and the help team at VistaPrint don't appear to understand English! Don't go anywhere else for your print. Use Easy Print!
      No hesitation in recommending this company. Their quality of printing is superb, with fast turnaround and unbeatable prices.
      Thank you Easy Print.


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    • Leicester City FC in general / Discussion / 0 Readings / 0 Ratings
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      05.05.2016 21:48


      • "Great season"


      • Drugs

      When the drugs dont work....

      So how the hell did Leicester City win the Premier League? Well, their side is well balanced between home grown and foreign lads and they have top class players like Mahrez and Kante and the 20 goal striker critical to any success. But so do other mid range city based teams like West Ham, Stoke, Everton and Southampton. No, something the sports media doesn’t want to talk about is illegal performance enhancing drug use in the Premier League. They say there is little evidence of it to report. But ask yourself this - what is the chance that the only two players that have tested positive in the Premier League in the last ten years just so happen to play for the same team and in the same position and one of them, Kole Toure, replaced the other one, Mamadou Sakho, for failing that test last month? Either that was an amazing coincidence or lots of other positives have been covered up in the Premier League. We know the EPL do in-house testing and we know sports bodies like tennis and cycling did cover up positives to protect their sport and their sponsors. Lance Armstrong was secretly given 24 hours to explain away a banned substance in his blood. He was told to trawl the internet and find the banned substance present in another legal product, saddle cream decided on the alibi. World Cycling let him off. We are not yet there in football but we are not hearing about failed tests.

      Now, I’m not accusing Leicester doping the way to the title, far from it. Here is my angle on it. In the year of 2015 the Biological Blood Passport testing system was introduced into Champions League and Europa League, which meant players were not only being testing for those two competitions this way but effectively their own domestic leagues, leagues not revealing test results. Sakho failed for the Liverpool v Man United game in the Europe League, in the first year of testing. But where it gets interesting is how well England’s ‘Big Four’ are doing - or not as the case maybe - in the Premier League compared to last season now they are being drug tested in the European Champions League. What else can explain the dramatic point’s collapse of the top four this season? Where was Hazzard, Rooney, Yaya Toure and co?

      ===2014-15 final points total (2015-16 season in brackets today)===

      Chelsea - 87 points (47 points)
      Man City - 79 points (64 points)
      Arsenal - 75 points (67 points)
      Man United - 70 points (60 points)

      ===Cumulative top 4 points over 5 years===

      2011- 12 was 312 points
      2012 -13 was 315 points
      2013 - 14 was 311 points
      2014-15 was 311 points
      2015-16 is 254 points

      The big four not being as fit and full of energy as you need to be in this league have lost to more teams and so allowed more teams to place higher in the league, top two Spurs and champions Leicester notable examples for taking points off the traditional top four. West Ham and Southampton will join them higher up next season. The top four are worried.

      The Foxes top spot is all the more amazing to think they were bottom in March last year, only that amazing run under head case manager Nigel Pearson keeping them up. Taking 19 points from the final 8 games of 2015 means they have taken 96 points in 44 Premier League games since. Some Leicester fans quite fancied their chances in August and placed their annual small bet of odds of around 5000-1 on their team to win the league and this time it came in. To understand the mind of the loyal fan then you only need to look at that bet.

      The Thai owners have bough some Buddhist magic to the ground and some say the final resting place of King Richard may also have helped. Whatever it was the 32,000 who pack in the King Pow every week have had a great time this season and with guaranteed Champions League next season it can only get better. They will have to drink Amstel though over the house beer for their three ECL home games.

      The team is very well balanced and have 16 nationalities in the main squad. They have too huge and brave units at centerback to underpin any barrage and the Austrian Fuch useful at leftback. Simpson and Drinkwater are also in that defensive six and an example of how top British players are being forced down the leagues by this foreign tsunami of mixed ability players. Drinkwater and Simpson were blocked from the Man United first team by those often cheaper foreigners and have proved they are clearly worthy of that level now. Kante is the engine in the midfield and Mahrez the world-class feet to weave his way through impossible gaps. Vardy, of course, sent Leicester on the way with those 11 straight goals, another player forced down the leagues by those bloody foreigners. In fact Vardy was playing for tiny Fleetwood Town in the conference not four years ago in front of 500 people. Its great story and a movie is in the making. Ten years ago he was wearing a tag and heading for a life of crime on £30 a game. Next year he will earn five million pounds.


      1 Denmark GK Kasper Schmeichel (vice-captain)
      4 England MF Danny Drinkwater
      5 Jamaica DF Wes Morgan (captain)
      6 Germany DF Robert Huth
      8 England MF Matty James
      9 England FW Jamie Vardy
      10 Wales MF Andy King
      11 England MF Marc Albrighton
      12 England GK Ben Hamer
      13 Ghana MF Daniel Amartey
      14 France MF N'Golo Kanté
      15 Ghana DF Jeff Schlupp

      No. Position Player

      17 England DF Danny Simpson
      18 England DF Liam Moore
      20 Japan FW Shinji Okazaki
      22 England MF Demarai Gray
      23 Argentina FW Leonardo Ulloa
      24 England MF Nathan Dyer (on loan from Swansea City)
      26 Algeria MF Riyad Mahrez
      27 Poland DF Marcin Wasilewski
      28 Austria DF Christian Fuchs
      30 England DF Ben Chilwell
      32 Australia GK Mark Schwarzer
      33 Switzerland MF Gökhan Inler

      ===All time top scorers===

      England - Arthur Chandler 273
      England - Arthur Rowley 265
      England - Ernie Hine 156
      England - Derek Hines 117
      Scotland - Arthur Lochhead 114
      England - Gary Lineker 103
      England - Mike Stringfellow 97
      Scotland - Johnny Duncan 95
      Scotland - Jimmy Walsh 91
      England - Jack Lee 84

      ===All time appearances===

      England - Graham Cross 599
      Scotland - Adam Black 557
      England - Hugh Adcock 460
      England - Mark Wallington 460
      England - Steve Walsh 450
      England - Arthur Chandler 419
      Scotland - John Sjoberg 413
      Wales - Mal Griffiths 409
      England - Steve Whitworth 400


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    • pcspecialist.co.uk / Online Shop / 1 Reading / 1 Rating
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      05.05.2016 17:06
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      • "Great gaming PC "


      I'd definitely recommend to anyone

      This was my first time using PC specialist and it was great. I love how they give you many options to make it exactly how you want it to be.


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    • Teac PD-H 300 / CD Player / 1 Reading / 1 Rating
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      05.05.2016 12:23
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      • "Great sound quality"


      • "Not very well known "

      Excellent, pure class I love it.

      After searching the market for a new device. I stumbled across this brand. I'd never heard of it before so was quite dubious as to what sort of quality we would be dealing with. However when compared to more popular brands, the price difference made up for any small doubts I may have. I took the plunge and chose to go ahead with it rather than a well known more expensive option. And I'm glad I did. The sound quality is if some of the best I have ever had in a CD player. Clear, crisp, concise sound with no distortions or compromise at high volumes. We have used it for parties at home, entertaining friends and family,can't just day to day light use. It performs outstandingly with no issues what so ever. As previously mentioned high volume is where you truly see what it is made of, most CD players tend to lose sound quality. This one doesn't it performs in all environments at all levels. We have had other brands such as Sony, technics, kenwood, lg, Polaroid to name a few. And in some ways it is better. Especially in terms of value for money. A lot of brands get over looked in favour of more popular, common used brands. This is not a brand to be overlooked it's one to experience. Give it a shot I'm sure you won't be disappointed. We've had ours for a while now and no signs of any issues any time soon and it gets a lot of use daily for long periods of time at high volumes.


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    • Apple iPod (3G) 40 GB / MP3 Player / 1 Reading / 1 Rating
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      05.05.2016 12:12
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      • "Attractive design"
      • "Excellent build quality "
      • "Easy to use "


      • "Price "

      Just excellent, if your out looking for a new device. Look no further.

      It's Apple so it's market leader in terms of design and features. Excellent sound quality and it feels great in hand. The navigation around the device is fluid and problem free. Straight forward, simple yet advanced In its approach at doing something so simple. I have tried various other products but in essence they are just cheap alternatives. Nothing more. Many manufacturers try to clone apple products, and while they do ok and get close. It's never good enough. Tonnes of storage and flexibility in terms of types of media you can store and utilise. A hands down winner from Apple in my book. Would I have anything else? No. Simply put, no I wouldn't. Accept no imitations, Apple are on top of the game, and they're there to stay! There is no shortage of competition or options within this market from the likes of Sony and Samsung. Gone are the days where you could buy a cheap device. If you want quality, usability, simplicity, attractive build quality and design. Apple is the way to go. It's a simple task it is made to perform, but it does it so well and adds an essence complexity without compromise in user flexibility. I think my nan could pick this up, navigate the menus and do just about everything it is designed to do with ease. Without even having to consult the manual. It is what it is, it's not trying to be something that it isn't. In keeping with simplicity and the purpose in mind it has excelled and makes itself.


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      05.05.2016 00:48
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      • Quality
      • Price


      • "Old version"
      • none

      Very good keyboard not so expensive !

      The M-Audio KeyStudio piano keyboard transforms your Mac or PC into a full-featured recording studio. It has 49 notes that are velocity-sensitive. It makes it easy to turn your inspiration into a professional-quality song. Just connect the keyboard to your computer, fire up a software, choose from over 100 different instrument sounds, and start playing. Whether you're just getting started or playing professionally, you will soon realize that this keyboard is a pleasure to play. That's because the KeyStudio is built in the same way of a professional piano. It has all the chords' name written above the keys from C1 to C5, which makes it easier when you are learning new songs. It has a pitch bend and modulation wheels to add vibrato and filter effects, volume slider, holes for wire-framed music stand which is unfortunately sold separately. Of course there is the possibility to change the octaves so that to place these 49 keys on a specific place on a piano and play as you most like. There is the possibility to add a portable sustain pedal.

      There is a software often delivered with the keyboard and you can then use the 49-note KeyStudio keyboard to play the huge virtual instrument library in Pro Tools SE. The software includes over 100 studio-quality virtual instruments—from piano, organ, and synth, to guitars, bass, strings, and percussion—so you can create complete songs without a band. Compatible with Mac or PC and is considered to be one of the best for recording.


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      04.05.2016 16:23
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      • "Cool - fizzy sound"
      • "Taste is good"
      • "Easy to take"


      If you want something quick, priced right and much more fun than taking a pill.

      I like the Optisana line of vitamins. They taste good are easy to take and at Lidl they are priced well. I get mine for under $1 each (.79CHF to be exact).


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    • MAC Mineralize Skinfinish / Make Up / 1 Reading / 1 Rating
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      04.05.2016 15:30
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      • "Smooth Finish"
      • Highlights


      • Pricey

      Highly recommendable

      I've tried a few highlighters in my time and this product never lets me down. Illuminates facial features and neck/chest area. Yes it's a tad pricey but it's worth it, because it's a good quality product and lasts the day/night. The result is smooth and compelling, perfects selfies! I'd truly be lost without this product. For days where you're not wanting to put on eye make up, you can still rock the glam look.


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    • Warren Evans / Highstreet Shopping / 1 Reading / 1 Rating
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      04.05.2016 11:28
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      Great delivery service

      We received our bed today, haven't tested it but I would like to say that the delivery service was great. It arrived within the time frame and the bed was assembled in minutes. Thanks to Khalid & Mick.


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    • UCI Cinema (Norwich) / Other UK / Ireland topic / 0 Readings / 0 Ratings
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      04.05.2016 11:23


      • "Star Wars rocks!"


      • "Bit long"

      I saw Star Wars here!

      Stars – Harrison Ford
      Genre – Science Fiction Fantasy
      Run Time – 136 minutes
      Certificate – PG13
      Country – USA
      Oscars – 5 nominations
      Awards – 30 Wins & 94 Nominations
      Amazon – £10.00DVD (Blue Ray £15.00)
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      ‘Star wars: The Force Awakens’ has become the third highest grossing film of all time and with world-wide DVD sales to come, sure to pass the extremely over-hyped Avatar in top spot by the end of the year. It has been a phenomenal success and has got the franchise back on track after moving to Disney and employing JJ Abrahams to do his magic behind the camera. Disney bought the rights for $2.5 billion and Abrahams signed for three films. They can’t lose. George Lucas had run it into the ground with way too much special effects going on in his chaotic mind and space vistas, only because he wanted to squeeze in as many characters as possible to merchandise them in toy stores across the world. He made us fall out of love with a franchise we needed to rekindle with. Interestingly the second best selling Star Wars film of al time is the Phantom Menace down in 21st.

      ===The Top 5 grossing movies of all time==

      (1)Avatar $2.7 billion
      (2)Titanic $2.1 billion
      (3)Star Wars $2.05 billion
      (4)Jurassic World $1.6 billion
      (5)The Avengers $1.6 billion
      (21st)The Phantom Menace $1.02 billion
      (48th) Revenge of the Sith $868,000 million

      This one rocked because of one simple word: nostalgia. Bringing back Captain Kirk in Star Trek reignited that franchise and same again here. It’s hard to underestimate just how emotive a film the original was to people of a certain age that had a coming of age moment when they first saw the movie back in 1977. I was lucky enough to go to the Leicester Square premier and can still recall the emotions I felt as the giant Starcruiser rumbled over my head on the screen. The Force Awakens unashamedly brings the first film and old characters (and I mean old) back to life like a long lost love for anyone over 40.


      Harrison Ford ... Han Solo
      Mark Hamill ... Luke Skywalker
      Carrie Fisher ... Princess Leia
      Adam Driver ... Kylo Ren
      Daisy Ridley ... Rey
      John Boyega ... Finn
      Oscar Isaac ... Poe Dameron
      Lupita Nyong'o ... Maz Kanata
      Andy Serkis ... Supreme Leader Snoke
      Domhnall Gleeson ... General Hux
      Anthony Daniels ... C-3PO
      Max von Sydow ... Lor San Tekka
      Peter Mayhew ... Chewbacca ...


      Rey (Daisy Ridley), a scavenger on the planet Jukka, scrapes living finding salvageable metal, mostly from the crashed wrecks of Imperial spacecraft bought down in the great war of the galaxy. She doesn’t want to leave this sedentary life as she has been waiting and waiting for someone to return. Also on the planet is Finn (John Boyega), a young and handsome stormtrooper on the run from The First Order, the latest incarnation of the Dark Side of the Force, led by evil Supreme Leader Snoke (Andy Serkis). Finn needs to get off Jukka fast and so draws fire onto our young scavenger when he runs into her and her droid, BB-8.

      They flee the planet in a rusting Millennium Falcon, soon snared by a salvage barge flown by an ageing Han Solo (Harrison Ford) and a graying Chewbacca (Peter Mayhew), who have been looking for the old bird for quite a while. Rey tells Solo the droid has to get to the rebels, still headed by the equally ageing Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher), as BB-8 contains a piece of an electronic map that may lead the way to the last surviving Jedi, Luke Skywalker. Everyone has been looking for him and both sides of the force want Skywalker to swing the balance of the universe their way. The evil Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) heads the search for the droid on behalf of the Last Order. Its time for old and young heroes to be reborn and take down the dark side once again as old feelings are stirred in all.


      Yep, I enjoyed it although it would be far better to see it in the cinema. It’s that kind of movie. Yes it mirrors the first film, New Hope, and a PC version of but all the more fun for it. Lucas is not directing with his CGI box of toys and that’s all that maters. JJ Abrahams (Star Trek) is the right man now. We have the young black leading character to appease a wider world-wide audience and the liberal equal rights crowd and the female teenager dropping nicely into that now familiar hero cute all action tomboy role. These films are aimed at the world now and if they fall then the studio could follow. They have to tick all the boxes the $250 million dollar budget demands and the studio expects results. The rather dumb and traditional Star Wars script is aimed at 12-year-old Chinese kids with a decent grasp of English and the plotting and action very similar familiar. The special effects are top notch and not overused and JJ clearly learning from Ridley Scott to keep science fiction as real as possible. You don’t need 10 extra laser cannons on screen just because you can make 10 extra laser cannons.

      It’s certainly an enjoyable action Sci-Fi movie and you can image the mixed age audience whooped and cheered in the multiplexes when the older characters appeared one-by-one. Daisy Ridley and John Boyega (Attack the Block) are surprisingly well cast in the lead and full of energy and exuding human and likeable on screen. The pressure on these two to carry three new movies is unreal. But they have got off to a great start and set up some fun plotlines to come. The black boy kissing the white girl in a big action movie is still very rare and that is surely coming here - unless they brother and sister from a multicultural family split up at birth by welfare cuts.

      It’s great to see the old characters and that was that real pang of nostalgia for me and people like me that I wanted from the movie. You are hurled right back through a wormhole to your childhood when Han and Leia show up and they remind you how old we all are now and can’t do the things we once did. Beauty dies but dreams never do. There are traumatic twists, too, feeling like you are having your teeth pulled if you are a real fan. It’s not the complete Sc-Fi classic like Alien but enjoyable enough and good to get it done. I am already looking forward to the next movie, which I believe is out pretty soon. I’m sure that will take $2 billion too.


      Imdb.com – 8.3/10.0 (516,324votes)
      Rottentomatos.com –92% critic’s approval
      Metacritic.com – 81% critic’s approval



      ===Special Features===

      NONE on the regular DVD so expect a double disc rehash at Christmas.


      South China Morning Post –‘This is more than just a nostalgia trip: Star Wars is back and it feels beautiful’.
      The Mail –‘J.J Abrams has done the impossible; he has created - and recreated - a Star Wars movie and made it look and feel like a Star Wars movie should. Funny, sad, exciting and enlivening, it is a definite and an absolute must-see’.

      Irish Independent –‘[Abrams'] plot mirrors that of A New Hope, but deliberately so: it will charm old fans, win many new ones, and make everyone an awful lot of money’.

      The Sun –‘Great in the awe-inspiring, tear-provoking way that only films built on generations of dreams can be great... It taps not into what the original films were, but what they meant to audiences, how they made us feel’.

      The Herald –‘The Force Awakens is, truly, a stunning exercise in large-scale filmmaking; a beautifully-assembled picture in which Abrams combines a magnificent cast with a marvelous flair for big-screen, sci-fi storytelling’.

      Family Home Theatre –‘A trio of writers led by Lawrence Kasdan put the fun and fast-paced serial adventure back into Luke Skywalker's galaxy, and, just as importantly they give us new characters that we care about’.



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      04.05.2016 07:50
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      Solgar Olive leaf extract was recommended 15 years ago for infection in cervical compressed nerve. (I had been on Prednisone). I was amazed at how quickly it attacked and destroyed the inflammation. All these years later, I have not had to go back on Prednisone.I have used olive leaf to successfully to treat UTIs, impacted tooth, Morton's Neuroma and arthritic pain.I also tried Swanson's Olive leaf, which was Okay, but not as effective as Solgar.It COMPLETELY eliminated a chronic viral condition (for


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