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  1. Hidden in the corner. Also, I despise dressing kids up like middle-aged men. Let him be a kid FFS.
  2. You'd hope so, but people's time is limited and they don't always spend hours reading multiple reviews. I'm sure the word of mouth would have caught up eventually.
  3. Here it is: https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2019/may/07/chernobyl-review-chaos-reigns-in-confusing-nuclear-disaster-epic She didn't understand what was going on, who anybody was or what their motivations were because they weren't explicitly spelled out. Sounds like watching a film with my other half.
  4. Of course all reviews are subjective. I'd have to go back and read it to see what her complaints were but just imagine you decided not to bother with it based on that one review. I'm going to see if I can find it to see why she thought it was bang average.
  5. How do you ever live that down? I mean, surely at that point you snap your metaphorical pen in half and take up a different career?
  6. I'd really like to see Cavani and Dan James on the pitch together, really pressing a defence with relentless running. I reckon they could force a few mistakes out of most defences.
  7. I couldn't disagree more. There are certainly sections that demand you travel in a specific way to progress but there are also plenty of sandbox areas where you can approach the combat in completely different ways, from total avoidance, through stealth up to absolute balls out carnage. Its telling a very specific story, so of course some actions are unavoidable but the areas in-between allow for loads of experimentation.
  8. I just binged all four series and I thought it was incredible. Its definitely one of those programs that I'll read up on afterwards to see what I missed and would be a satisfying rewatch at some point in the future armed with the knowledge of what is going on.
  9. I've taken a dislike to the new presenter, Siobhán McSweeney. I really liked Melanie Sykes as she came across as warm and often very funny but I'm just not getting that from Siobhán. Keith is as amazing as ever though.
  10. My local is a Titanic pub. I tend towards the darker beers these days so I've had a fair few of those. With lockdown in full effect, I've not really been getting out much. My local Aldi's beer selection is terrible (I don't like hoppy beers, so IPAs are wasted on me) but I've found a couple of interesting options in... B&M. It's not the first place I'd think to do my beer shopping but these two are right up my street: https://www.bmstores.co.uk/products/old-ginger-tom-strong-ale-330ml-307644 A dark ale with extracts of ginger. Not something you could drink a lot of but a nice warming beer to drink sat in front of the fire. Station Porter: https://www.wickwarbrewing.com/station-porter Quite an easy drinking porter. Not too heavy, although at 6.1% they can creep up on you.
  11. Don't think he has to fight him. Wilder missed his chance by waiting too long to activate the rematch clause, then started with the nonsense about Fury's gloves, his water was tainted, his budgie was sick etc.
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