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REVIEWS / MUSIC & MOVIES
We Pick The 2014 SmartHouse Best Of The Best Winners     We Pick The 2014 SmartHouse Best Of The Best Winners
The SmartHouse, 2014 Best of the Best Awards have been announced and they contain some stunning category and product winners, we have also given the organisations who have manufactured, distributed and sold these products a major Industry Award for excellence.

Review: 50/50 Is Lovably Funny, Heart Wrenching & Real     Review: 50/50 Is Lovably Funny, Heart Wrenching & Real
There are a few moments loaded enough to change the course of someone's life. For Adam, that moment happens on a routine jog.

AKG K451 Portable Headphones Are Good Value
    AKG K451 Portable Headphones Are Good Value
If you are a portable hi-fi fanatic these fashionable great sounding AKG K451 headphones provide a cheaper option to expensive high end headphones.

Review: Safe House Delivers Non-Stop Action With A Pulse     Review: Safe House Delivers Non-Stop Action With A Pulse
In Safe House, CIA agent Matt Weston (Ryan Reynolds) serves his country by sitting idle in a property used to harbour, interrogate and at times torture CIA's most wanted.

Review: Why Warrior Deserves A Standing Ovation     Review: Why Warrior Deserves A Standing Ovation
Warrior mercilessly pulls no punches, but you'll want to watch it again and again.

Ferry Corsten's Idea Of A WKND Will Blow Your Mind     Ferry Corsten's Idea Of A WKND Will Blow Your Mind
Does Ferry Corsten's new album capture all of the promise, uncertainty and freedom the WKND has to offer?

Moneyball Is Not Just A Good Sports Flick But A Properly Great Movie     Moneyball Is Not Just A Good Sports Flick But A Properly Great Movie
The formula for your everyday sports film is one that most people can recite off the top of their heads: Each failure off the field turns out to be an elaborate and orchestrated move that helps lovable characters win on the field. There's really nothing wrong with it, other than it's all too familiar.

Review: The Change Up Is Foul, Cheesy & Oh So Right     Review: The Change Up Is Foul, Cheesy & Oh So Right
The Change Up is a darn funny flick, heavy on the 'darn'.

The Black Keys' El Camino: Rock Album Of The Year     The Black Keys' El Camino: Rock Album Of The Year
The new Black Keys exchange more of the raucous rockabilly rock that you hear from their singles for some tried and true twelve bar blues and strung out, twangy strings reminiscent of Jack White's whammy-infused soloing in the late White Stripes days.

Review: Is The Kitara The Digital Guitar Of The Future?     Review: Is The Kitara The Digital Guitar Of The Future?
Electronic music has hit its stride in pop culture, fusing digital beats with analogue sounds. Forgetting the tacky key-tar of the '80s, does this revamp on the digital guitar salvage the concept for next-gen musicians?

Review: Tin Tin Remastered In All Its Nostalgic HD Glory     Review: Tin Tin Remastered In All Its Nostalgic HD Glory
Just in time to spearhead the CGI reimagining of Tin Tin in cinemas, the intrepid reporter is reanimated in all his nostalgic glory, remastered in Blu-ray form.

Is Coldplay's New Album Timeless Or Tiresome?     Is Coldplay's New Album Timeless Or Tiresome?
During an interview on Hamish and Andy's Gap year, Coldplay front man Chris Martin said the band wanted an album title that was completely unique, with nothing but the music giving the words meaning. So, what does Mylo Xyloto mean?

Review: Drive Is Mercifully Unlike Any Action Movie Before It     Review: Drive Is Mercifully Unlike Any Action Movie Before It
Drive focusses on a Driver with no name, no back story and little in the way of personality. By day he's a Hollywood stuntman, and by night he doubles as the getaway driver for criminals. At the beginning of the film he's quiet, contained and a bit of a loner.

Blu-ray Review: Evangelion 2.22 Hosts Melodrama, Obscurity ...And Some Anime Maturity     Blu-ray Review: Evangelion 2.22 Hosts Melodrama, Obscurity ...And Some Anime Maturity
If you haven't followed the series, 2.22 will throw you face first into the compelling but altogether convoluted story that is Evangelion.

DVD Review: A Bittersweet Life Kicks Action Flicks In The Teeth     DVD Review: A Bittersweet Life Kicks Action Flicks In The Teeth
A Bittersweet Life takes to genre-busting the action revenge flick, hitting back at blood-lusting audiences with voracity that'll make you wince.





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New LG 65   New LG 65" Ultra High Definition TV, Complete With Pop Down Speakers: REVIEW
LG Australia has finally rolled out their 65" Ultra High Definition TV offering in Australia and what you get is a TV that delivers a quantum leap in TV technology and surprisingly a significantly improved sound system that is delivered from pop down speakers but the big question is whether it is worth $6,999.
Product Rating 4.5

Westfield To Split   Westfield To Split
Shopping giant to separate ANZ, international operation
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REVIEW:Note 3 Is The Best There Is In Phablet Smartphones   REVIEW:Note 3 Is The Best There Is In Phablet Smartphones
If you are one of those people who love technology but struggle to manage the hundreds of apps and the endless capabilities that today's smartphones are capable of delivering then the new Samsung Note 3 is not for you.
Product Rating 5




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