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Review of the week
'The film starts quite well. It shows us how much technology impacts on our everyday modern lives. However the concept of falling in love with a cyberspace PC entity is just taken too far for anyone to be taken in. If it had more humour then the ridiculous could be taken at face value. The plot descends into such sloppy romantic slush that I found several scenes embarrassing. In fact, the long repetitive scenes of out right maudlin sentiments coupled with endless romantic piano music in the background were just so cringeworthy that it was extreme even for an American film.'
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Carlsberg Sports Bar
If Carlsberg did sports bars... well, you can find out for yourself if you like. They've given their name to this bar at the Empire Casino in Leicester Square, furnishing it with two giant screens and another 14 smaller ones dotted around, showing Premier League football, cricket, NFL, Aussie Rules football and no doubt a lot more. Thankfully it's not just Carlsberg on the drinks list – San Miguel, Guinness, Somersby Cider also feature, alongside a short wine list and a range of cocktails. The food selection is heavily influenced by the States – think burgers, hot dogs, nachos, chicken wings and American pretzels served with dips. Steaks, fish and chips, sandwiches and some salads also feature.