Jeremy Hon, 12, King George V School CD Eminem's Curtain Call. There's a lot of swearing in his rap, but his songs speak the truth about life. I especially enjoy the track Stan. DVD The Myth. Jackie Chan plays two characters: a Qin dynasty general and a modern-day archaeologist. Both characters find themselves battling enemies and saving people. Movie Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Daniel Radcliffe stars as a 14-year-old wizard who is chosen to compete against 17-year-olds in the dangerous Triwizard tournament. Book Calvin and Hobbes, the first collection of the comic strip. Contains lots of humour and is suitable for all ages. Cheap Eat KFC. The chicken drums are my favourite. One bite into a drum will leave your mouth filled with juicy meat. Vivian Yeung, 12, St. Paul's Convent School CD Avril Lavigne's Let Go, her debut album. I think it's better than her second CD, Under My Skin. I love her lyrics. DVD Mr & Mrs Smith. A hilarious film about a husband and wife who, after discovering that they're both secret assassins, set out to kill each other. Movie Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. I've read the book. This film is better than the first three in the series. Book Angels and Demons by Dan Brown. I love how ambigrams - words that can be read both right side up and upside down - are used in the story as part of the plot. Cheap Eat Pret a Manger. The sandwiches are delicious and the soup is to die for.