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“This Blu-ray was a treat, even though I had seen this with my buddies in the cinema. Action movies is what I like. I thought Jason Bourne had retired but evidently not. He’s back and he’s deadly. There’s a female CIA operative and she’s gone rogue and hooks up with Jason Bourne. I can’t say if she’s a good actress or not because that side of things gets swallowed up by all the action. Matt Damon is as good as ever. I think this film is grittier than the previous four movies. The Bourne Supremacy is still the best one though. The CIA are trying to kill Jason Bourne again and he’s trying to avoid being killed and at the same time expose the injustices of their black ops. I love action movies like I said but I’m not ignorant of settings. There’s fighting and chase scenes in Iceland, London, Athens, Vegas, Italy and maybe one or two other places. A lot of people get punched, a lot of them get shot. I don’t want to tell you any spoilers but some of the characters die so I wonder whether or not they’ll make another sequel. Tommy Lee Jones is great as the bad guy. I would probably have bought this if I hadn’t been chosen to review it for you. I’m reading the books by Robert Ludlum right now. I don’t think there’s a book of this one yet.”
“The Sage blender by Heston Blumenthal has his picture on the box and on the manual. I like his programmes on TV so that set the stage for me testing the blender and giving you my verdict. First impressions – When you place it on the work surface, and start assembling everything, you realise just how sturdy this is. The jug, tamper, even the spatula. They all look thick, heavy, tough. I’d say they’re well made. The other first impression is when you turn it on. Loud. LOUD! Yes it makes a thunderous noise that will wake up the neighbours. But I guess that’s what you get with such high power blender. Preparing food – I read online that you can use it to make pistachio butter which sounds so extravagant. I haven’t tried it. My blending has been a bit more mundane. Smoothies are a big favourite, using frozen fruits from the freezer section at Sainsbury’s. I was surprised that it didn’t chew them up quite as fast as I expected. There were some frozen pieces still on my initial trials. But in the end it did the job faster than my old hand blender that is for sure. The other food I make a lot is vegetable soups. Blend up the goodness, mix in some herbs and spices for flavour, heat up and eat up. That’s my motto. This blender quickly reduces carrots, courgettes, parsnips, potato, celery, tomatoes all down to an exquisite smooth texture. Cleaning up – Wiping it down is recommended. The manual says to be careful of spills down onto the base and near the buttons. Washing the jug isn’t a problem for me. There’s an auto-clean feature that works well unless you’ve made anything using oils. I feel fortunate to have won this. As someone who never wins anything and whose only desire in the world of blenders is to make smoothies and soup it’s quite an honour. If I think about it, I am drinking more smoothies and soup than I did before so that is your verdict right there. Maybe I need to be more adventurous and make some pistachio butter!”
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