This week’s tweet reviews

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The Guardian is looking for Twitter reviewers to take part in a new section of the website and paper.

Whether you are a theatre buff, film mad, enjoy your video games, love a good book, had a nice meal or attend a local event, we want to hear from you!

Reviews need to be no longer than 140 characters, and must include what it is you are reviewing, where you saw it, and your overall opinion.

All suitable reviews will be published in paper and online.

How to get involved:

Tweet your review to @GuardianDigital, using hashtag #tweetreview and we will retweet it. See below.

ribblerouser

@guardiandigital Great late brekkie and brew @ Woodies cafe Crook o’ Lune on Saturday, with stunning views to soothe too! #tweetreview

GuardianDigital

@darkknightrises Film/The Dark Knight Rises Brutal yet poignant, Nolan brings his Batman trilogy to an suitably epic conclusion#tweetreview

VisitorGreg

TV/The Wrestlers:Fighting with my Family C4/One Norfolk family’s deep love for each other and professional wrestling. #tweetreview

diannecr

@GuardianDigital Rock’n’Roll night at The Grand Theatre on Monday 16 July was brilliant Albert Lee & James Burton -legends!#tweetreview

GuardianDigital

Hest Bank Hotel. A pleasant al fresco dining experience after a nice canalside walk. Decent burger but curry a bit bland. #tweetreview

andydiggle

@GuardianDigital Amazing Spider-Man: Familiar but fun adventure. Light on plot, big on heart, with a very likeable cast. #tweetreview

GuardianDigital

@ribblerouser The Best of Dance 94 Features Motiv8’ Rockin’ For Myself; a barometer of the classics embedded within its grooves #tweetreview

VisitorGreg

Cafe/@dottysvintage/ Enjoyed Red Rooibos tea and crumpets in nostalgic clothes shop on Morecambe prom. A unique experience.#tweetreview