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Jason Bourne film review 2016

Film Review: Jason Bourne

Opening with the laconic tone of Matt Damon (Jason Bourne) ‘I remember, I remember everything’, the Bourne series gives us a nice little familiar rush of excitement as we hopefully sweep kick and elbow ever so slightly closer to untying the Gordian Mind Knot that is the not so young anymore Jason’s amnesia riddled life.

Noninvasive-Facelift

Noninvasive Facelift? Separating Fact from Fiction

When it comes to looking younger, slimmer, or simply better, we want maximum payoff with minimum investment. In that spirit, plenty of facelift alternatives have cropped up — but which claims have merit? Here, we’ll examine some of today’s popular plastic surgery alternatives to see what might really work – and what’s simply too good to be true.

Food: The Big Mac & Wild

It’s HOT in the city and to celebrate, the winners of the National Burger Awards 2016, Mac & Wild are launching a brand new burger.

Food: Tapas Revolution

Tapas has become this ubiquitous word we (or at least I) use to describe everything that is a small plate of morsels designed to be shared, it evokes a flavour of leisurely lunches, delicious glasses of wine, grazing and most importantly the joys of sharing food with friends and loved ones.

Film: Highlander 4k 30th Anniversary Edition

Long, long ago, decades before sword swinging Jon Snow’s life was even written on a Ravens note, then rubbed out, then written again, never mind him not actually knowing anything anyways in Game Of Thrones, there was another distant and magical land.