This week’s tweet reviews

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Have your say in 140 characters.

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.

Deborah Butler ‏

@VisitorDebbie

@The_Visitor @GuardianDigital Film/Anna Karenina Blended film/theatre to produce an enchanting portrayal of Tolstoy’s classic #tweetreview

Nick Lakin ‏

@ribblerouser

@GuardianDigital #ghostbird @ troughofbowland laid bare plight of Hen Harrier in many ways. Surreal & thoughtful, heavy rain #tweetreview

John Steven ‏

@johnesteven

@guardiandigital @the_visitor hunger games Gripping from start to end. Jennifer Lawrence is superb. #tweetreview

Lynn Donkin ‏

@DonkinLynn

@GuardianDigital @the_visitor Brave: Another stunning animation and the usual great storyline we’ve come to expect from Pixar #tweetreview

Ingrid Kent ‏@VisitorIngrid

The Albion, Arnside. Cosy pub. Spectacular estuary views, great service, delicious dishes. My favourite? Salmon and samphire. #tweetreview

Ricardo ‏

@tatirijillo

“Contact” by @Noisettes is the iridescent proof that a band still shine regardless of their ever evolving style. #music #tweetreview

Kelvin Stuttard ‏

@kelvinstuttard

Film/Chronicle - An alternative take on superpowers.

Dark, funny and very entertaining, I loved it! #tweetreview

Nicola Adam ‏

@jabberingjourno

@the_visitor @GuardianDigital Film/Brave/Pixar’s darkest animation to date, uplifting dilemma as princess turns mum into bear. #tweetreview