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Stephen Hunt
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Stephen Hunt

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Star Wars Episode VII… it’s a J.J. Abrams production!

We’ve just had the word that confirms Star Wars Episode VII is going to be produced by fan-boy extraordinaire J.J. Abrams. J.J. Abrams told us, “To be a part of the next chapter of the Star Wars saga, to collaborate with Kathy Kennedy and this remarkable group of people, is an absolute honor. I may be even more grateful to George Lucas now than I was as a kid.”
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Stephen Hunt

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Man of Steel – Superman (really) returns in new trailer.

The new Superhero movie, Man of Steel, is looking like a powerful step up from the last reboot. But then is the first British Superman (Henry Cavill), so what do you expect. Well done for keeping the British end up, sir.
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Really looking forward to this movie. Hopefully Henry Cavil will do a better job at Superman than Brandon Routh's wooden and cold performance in Superman Returns....

Still get a face-palm moment every time i see him stabbed with Kyptonite and he doesn't die...
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I used TST to take me home from the Royal Albert Hall late at night (pre-booked). Turned up fine, nice smart Mercedes car and an equally well dressed driver in a suit who could have doubled as a bodyguard if he had a ear-phone. Would use again if visiting London.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Nice view of the sea and the staff (rushed off their feet) were polite and coping far better than I would with the huge crowds eating there, but the food... the horror, the horror. Battered fish so hard and dry you almost needed a chainsaw to slice through it. My kids were throwing their knives at the fish as a joke and watching it bounce off the rubber-like substance inside. My son ate a kids meal menu with sausages of the 10p-from-Asda variety and vomited it all up at the end of the meal after my wife foolishly forced him to eat most of it. Sorry about that, Durely Inn staff. You deserve better. I last ate in a Harvester ten years ago, and was served shoe leather chicken cooked by kids not old enough to shave. They'll have to wait until I've gone senile and forgotten both this and that experience before I set foot in another Harvester.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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