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The best films of 2017 that we didn’t review

Deciding which movies to review and which ones to skip is one of the toughest decisions The A.V. Club makes on a weekly basis. Seriously, it
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One of Samsung’s best phones of 2017 has had its price heavily reduced

Samsung’s had a fantastic 2017, and this best Black Friday deal offers an impressive saving on one of its best phones. While the Samsung Galaxy S8
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Authentic Online Travel Reviews To Find The Best Accommodation

n the internet era, most of the people make their decisions, be it for shopping or traveling, by doing their research online. If you
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Top Dyson Cyber Monday Deals of 2017: Topic Reviews Compare the Best Cordless, Upright & Handheld Vacuum Discounts

NEW YORK, Nov. 26, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Deals analysts at Topic Reviews are comparing and recording the best Dyson Cyber Monday deals. These
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OnePlus 5T review: Takes the best of OnePlus 5 and makes it even better

he OnePlus 5T, it’s safe to say, is the best phone in the market for most of the people. Even more so if you’re
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Taika Waititi’s Thor: Ragnarok the best time you’ll ever have at the movies

Who knew that what Marvel needed to overcome superhero fatigue was an indie filmmaker from New Zealand? Taika Waititi’s Thor: Ragnarok is a raucous,
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Pixel 2 and 2 XL review: Google’s best phones get even better

Google’s first Pixel smartphones weren’t just smartphones; they were a proclamation that Google was more than just a software giant. They were proof that it could
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Samsung Galaxy Note8 reaches 850,000 pre-orders in South Korea

The Galaxy Note8 has lived up to Samsung’s expectations and reached 850,000 pre-orders in 8 days in its home country of South Korea. It massively outperformed the Note7,
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Destiny 2 review: Guardians rise up—and so does Bungie—to fix the first game

My feature-length look at Destiny 2‘s first 15 hourscan be summed up as follows: the Destiny series has returned with a better story, superior zones to shoot bad
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Sparks: Hippopotamus review – Ron and Russell Mael at their arch-pop best

In their 45-year career, Ron and Russell Mael have pulled off everything from Morrissey-favoured operatic glam rock to Giorgio Moroder-produced electronic disco (the wonderful The Number One Song in