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Platoon [Blu-ray] [1986]
Platoon [Blu-ray] [1986]
Dvd ~ Charlie Sheen
Price: 9.15

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5.0 out of 5 stars Nice Blu-ray edition., 20 Aug 2011
This review is from: Platoon [Blu-ray] [1986] (Blu-ray)
I was positively surprised by the quality upgrade of this edition. Though I think the picture is just a notch brighter and there are moments when there is an audible hiss, or static whatever you cal it. But overally nice version of this mesmerising and powerful movie.


The Living Planet [DVD]
The Living Planet [DVD]
Dvd ~ David Attenborough
Offered by Quality Media Supplies Ltd.
Price: 18.98

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5.0 out of 5 stars The way things were done in the past!, 23 Dec 2010
This review is from: The Living Planet [DVD] (DVD)
Truly one of the greatest documents on the staggering vastness of life on earth. It reveals mechanisms of evolution in the crisp, beautiful and eloquent way. Covers all of the main ecosystems on our planet including these created by homo sapiens.

As far as the technical side is concerned. There's of course a lot of grain and the sharpness is by no means HD. But in my opinion ot does not have any meaning. The true value lies in brillinat screenplay, great scenes themselves and gripping storylines. Thus it makes no sense to watch contemporary documents created in HD, but lacking the proper film-making craftsmaship. Not to mention today's MTV-based editing, which turns great natural events into annoying pop-clips.


Genesis - When in Rome - Live 2007 [3 DVDs] [2008]
Genesis - When in Rome - Live 2007 [3 DVDs] [2008]
Dvd ~ Genesis

5.0 out of 5 stars Great farewell by the legendary band., 1 Jun 2010
Tony, Mike and Phil managed to formulate balanced set-list. Rich with their finest tunes from their adventurous era, which were interspersed with more pop-oriented tunes. Fortunately this time the balance is shifted towards their more ambitious works.

The sound quality is marvellous, the band itself is well gelled together, as the show was the last on the european leg of the tour hence these versions are smooth, yet tight and precise. The picture quality might have been a bit better. The lack of the HD release is haunting. Nevertheless overall impression in terrific.

Highly recomended.


Year of the Cat
Year of the Cat
Price: 7.07

5.0 out of 5 stars An album that oozes with craft and melodies., 2 April 2010
This review is from: Year of the Cat (Audio CD)
Being a hardcore prog fan, who occasionally drops himself into some other stuff, first experience with At Stewart's music brought feelings similar to falling in love with a girl at first sight. Ever since I thought about YOTC as of his masterpiece.
The compositions are great, you won't find single filler. The musicianship is top notch, and lyrics are indeed gripping by the heart and soul. But what I consider Stewart's most precious gift, are the melodies, utilising quite simple formal tools, he accomplish extraordinary, carefully arranged structures, which strikes listener with sheer beauty.
The remastered version brings a couple of bonus tracks, and one track containing authors thoughts on particular songs. Which is nice, but rather one-time pleasure. The sound quality is considerably better than the original one, especially on decent stereo.


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