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Ice Road Truckers Season 7 [DVD]
Ice Road Truckers Season 7 [DVD]
Price: £19.19

0 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Rieiew is the same for 7 as for 1-6, 17 Sept. 2014
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I have given a comprehensive review to the IRT series 1-6 and the two deadliest road series. Series 7 differs in no way to this review. Either the publishers are not interested in viewer feedback or they could not give a hoot about a single persons view, (who feels sure it speaks for millions around the world), on how they think things should be done. Worth watching but keep the remote controller handy, if it still works!!!
I am quite surprised that after burning all his bridges on people to truck for. That Hugh the polar Bear can get away with openly admitting that his only task in life now is to put down an employer operating just a few hundred yards from his new part owned base that did not or could not pay out the kind of dollars Hugh was expecting a couple of sessions previous.working there as an employee. That kind of character slander or intentional firm destruction to a rival only a stones throw from their base of operations.And all shown on international TV and sold throughout the world on disc's. People have been sewed for much less costing them their life's lively hood. Someone who could not give a monkeys about other peoples property, mentioned on other series "that's the way it goes down man", But goes ballistic when the properties his!!! Even running repairs on his trucks cause an outburst of profanities.


Heroes - Season 1-4 Complete (2012 Repackage) [Blu-ray] [2006] [Region Free]
Heroes - Season 1-4 Complete (2012 Repackage) [Blu-ray] [2006] [Region Free]
Dvd ~ Hayden Panettiere
Price: £39.99

5.0 out of 5 stars A Brilliant story line with each episode following the last..., 19 Feb. 2014
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A great story, an understatement to say with "a fews twists in the big picture story line". I run out on many ocasions of hairy string to follow the plots and twists in the story. It gets to a point that you do not know who to trust anymore. This is a must for SiFi fans. But with every new production coming out of the states today this one too, has its dark side.
I think I can say without exception every episode to the massive story ends on a (cliffhanger). OK so one has to wait for the next thrilling enstallment!!!!.....Next week. Of course not if you own the set box with all the episodes at your fingertips. And so as with Ice Road Truckers series one has to hammer the DVD player with fast forwards to skip on average 3 minuets of repeat of what happened on last weeks episode.
If I may give a small tip here; Allocate yourself a set time for viewing either the entire disc presently being view or at least two of the episodes. Every episode ends with a nail biting cliffhanger finnish with the infamous words
"to be continued"........... Stunts and CG's are up to par and beyond. Each to their own every body has their hero! "Hiro Yakamura" was mine. I hope this has been help to those who could not quite make up their minds as to weather or not to buy it. Purchase the Blue ray version as DTS sound is brilliant. Without giving away the ending, A lot of loose ends are cleaned up... but the story is left open!!!!!!! A bit like the film 2001 really, the directer wnats you to finnish it yourself in your head with the infamous saying " What If "..........................


War Horse [Blu-ray] [Region Free]
War Horse [Blu-ray] [Region Free]
Dvd ~ Jeremy Irvine
Price: £7.59

5.0 out of 5 stars Steven Spielberg has done it yet again and again and again and again.............., 19 Dec. 2013
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Any body that does not have wet eyes after watching this epic hates animals.

A brilliant depliction of what it must have been like for that era.


The Dukes of Hazzard: Complete Seasons 1-7 [DVD]
The Dukes of Hazzard: Complete Seasons 1-7 [DVD]
Dvd ~ Catherine Bach

5.0 out of 5 stars You have to like this sort of sitcom to love it, 19 Dec. 2013
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The true Hero is of course "General Lee". Pity they had to wreck 52 of them to make the entire series. But let us not get picky here!!haha
Great fun for all the family. If you saw one and liked it you will love the entire set


Ice Road Truckers - The Complete Season 5 [4 DVD]
Ice Road Truckers - The Complete Season 5 [4 DVD]
Offered by HarriBella.UK.Ltd
Price: £12.99

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Great to watch but keep remote controller close by, 19 Dec. 2013
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I own all of the IRT series and the two sets "Deadliest roads" & the Andes. They are all great to watch and one has to bow and hat off to the Drivers that really do put their lives on the line to run these roads. Graphics diplicte very often the "What could happen" this is fantastic info because we do not want to see it really happen, were somebody really has to loose their life showing what could happen if! However!! True critic has two sides to be looked at.
Point 1. I personnaly think that the load mouthed bust your butt attitudes of spme of the drivers as they make their appearence for the first time is cheap show to get you inicially glued to the screen to see how the big mouth fairs under pressure.
Point 2. To keep their viewers glued to the screen biting their nails as to how it continues the Americans think it is funny to leave their addiance on a cliff hanger at any moment to cut into advertising!!! Which is always a small bump in the road, the whole thing highlights of coarse with an upwards crescendo of violins topping off the scene.
Point 3. One of two things here, are at power. a. Without offence ment here the Americans have a very short memory, which I do not think is the case or b. the production companies like to WAIST 5 to 10 minuits of every episode by repeating the last 30 secs of episode up to where the advertising started. Of course one does not have to see the adverts they have been removed. But the cliffhanger build up then the 30 sec repeat of avents leading up to, are for the european market totally and absolutly NOT nessasary!!
Point 4. As each and every episode starts one gets a 5 minit run down on whats coming up in that particular episode. This has only one object to it!! To keep you glued to the blasted screen through out the entire episode, shoving in their advertising. Thats half the suspence taken out of it from the start. Well done the university graduates who thaought that one up. And when the episode has finnished you get half of the top highlights of the next up coming episode next week, ruining that as well. But dont forget stay tuned for that one, don't miss it!!!! etc

In case some of the university majors have not yet worked it out, we live in the twenty first century and not in the sixties and seventies of the last centurays. For those that did not know it, remote controllers can fast forward and skip chapters. To overcome this cheap cliche of advertising. So where is your problem they say!! My beef is simple why should we pay hard earnt money to pay for a product which they all get for their trouble in producibg the series, and then we have to have destroy our DVD player to bypass this old fashion way used in the earlly years of TV viewing.

We have purchased the product, not copied it, they have got their earnings for their troubles, leave out the trash for the TV viewers that watch free TV channels and do not want to invest in the industry by PURCHASING the product. Thus helping that industry in fundings for the next exciting theme!!!


Ice Road Truckers Complete Season 1 & 2 Plus Behind The Scenes [DVD]
Ice Road Truckers Complete Season 1 & 2 Plus Behind The Scenes [DVD]
Price: £18.15

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Great to watch keep remote contoller close by. I have repeated this for All of my IRT series sets because it apllies to them all, 19 Dec. 2013
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I own all of the IRT series and the two sets "Deadliest roads" & the Andes. They are all great to watch and one has to bow and hat off to the Drivers that really do put their lives on the line to run these roads. Graphics diplicte very often the "What could happen" this is fantastic info because we do not want to see it really happen, were somebody really has to loose their life showing what could happen if! However!! True critic has two sides to be looked at.
Point 1. I personnaly think that the load mouthed bust your butt attitudes of spme of the drivers as they make their appearence for the first time is cheap show to get you inicially glued to the screen to see how the big mouth fairs under pressure.
Point 2. To keep their viewers glued to the screen biting their nails as to how it continues the Americans think it is funny to leave their addiance on a cliff hanger at any moment to cut into advertising!!! Which is always a small bump in the road, the whole thing highlights of coarse with an upwards crescendo of violins topping off the scene.
Point 3. One of two things here, are at power. a. Without offence ment here the Americans have a very short memory, which I do not think is the case or b. the production companies like to WAIST 5 to 10 minuits of every episode by repeating the last 30 secs of episode up to where the advertising started. Of course one does not have to see the adverts they have been removed. But the cliffhanger build up then the 30 sec repeat of avents leading up to, are for the european market totally and absolutly NOT nessasary!!
Point 4. As each and every episode starts one gets a 5 minit run down on whats coming up in that particular episode. This has only one object to it!! To keep you glued to the blasted screen through out the entire episode, shoving in their advertising. Thats half the suspence taken out of it from the start. Well done the university graduates who thaought that one up. And when the episode has finnished you get half of the top highlights of the next up coming episode next week, ruining that as well. But dont forget stay tuned for that one, don't miss it!!!! etc

In case some of the university majors have not yet worked it out, we live in the twenty first century and not in the sixties and seventies of the last centurays. For those that did not know it, remote controllers can fast forward and skip chapters. To overcome this cheap cliche of advertising. So where is your problem they say!! My beef is simple why should we pay hard earnt money to pay for a product which they all get for their trouble in producibg the series, and then we have to have destroy our DVD player to bypass this old fashion way used in the earlly years of TV viewing.

We have purchased the product, not copied it, they have got their earnings for their troubles, leave out the trash for the TV viewers that watch free TV channels and do not want to invest in the industry by PURCHASING the product. Thus helping that industry in fundings for the next exciting theme!!!


Ice Road Truckers - Season 3 [DVD]
Ice Road Truckers - Season 3 [DVD]
Offered by The Canny Store
Price: £6.79

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Great to watch keep remote controller close by, 19 Dec. 2013
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I own all of the IRT series and the two sets "Deadliest roads" & the Andes. They are all great to watch and one has to bow and hat off to the Drivers that really do put their lives on the line to run these roads. Graphics diplicte very often the "What could happen" this is fantastic info because we do not want to see it really happen, were somebody really has to loose their life showing what could happen if! However!! True critic has two sides to be looked at.
Point 1. I personnaly think that the load mouthed bust your butt attitudes of spme of the drivers as they make their appearence for the first time is cheap show to get you inicially glued to the screen to see how the big mouth fairs under pressure.
Point 2. To keep their viewers glued to the screen biting their nails as to how it continues the Americans think it is funny to leave their addiance on a cliff hanger at any moment to cut into advertising!!! Which is always a small bump in the road, the whole thing highlights of coarse with an upwards crescendo of violins topping off the scene.
Point 3. One of two things here, are at power. a. Without offence ment here the Americans have a very short memory, which I do not think is the case or b. the production companies like to WAIST 5 to 10 minuits of every episode by repeating the last 30 secs of episode up to where the advertising started. Of course one does not have to see the adverts they have been removed. But the cliffhanger build up then the 30 sec repeat of avents leading up to, are for the european market totally and absolutly NOT nessasary!!
Point 4. As each and every episode starts one gets a 5 minit run down on whats coming up in that particular episode. This has only one object to it!! To keep you glued to the blasted screen through out the entire episode, shoving in their advertising. Thats half the suspence taken out of it from the start. Well done the university graduates who thaought that one up. And when the episode has finnished you get half of the top highlights of the next up coming episode next week, ruining that as well. But dont forget stay tuned for that one, don't miss it!!!! etc

In case some of the university majors have not yet worked it out, we live in the twenty first century and not in the sixties and seventies of the last centurays. For those that did not know it, remote controllers can fast forward and skip chapters. To overcome this cheap cliche of advertising. So where is your problem they say!! My beef is simple why should we pay hard earnt money to pay for a product which they all get for their trouble in producibg the series, and then we have to have destroy our DVD player to bypass this old fashion way used in the earlly years of TV viewing.

We have purchased the product, not copied it, they have got their earnings for their troubles, leave out the trash for the TV viewers that watch free TV channels and do not want to invest in the industry by PURCHASING the product. Thus helping that industry in fundings for the next exciting theme!!!


Ice Road Truckers: Season 6 [DVD]
Ice Road Truckers: Season 6 [DVD]
Offered by The Canny Store
Price: £18.69

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Great to watch keep the remote contoller close by, 19 Dec. 2013
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I own all of the IRT series and the two sets "Deadliest roads" & the Andes. They are all great to watch and one has to bow and hat off to the Drivers that really do put their lives on the line to run these roads. Graphics diplicte very often the "What could happen" this is fantastic info because we do not want to see it really happen, were somebody really has to loose their life showing what could happen if! However!! True critic has two sides to be looked at.
Point 1. I personnaly think that the load mouthed bust your butt attitudes of spme of the drivers as they make their appearence for the first time is cheap show to get you inicially glued to the screen to see how the big mouth fairs under pressure.
Point 2. To keep their viewers glued to the screen biting their nails as to how it continues the Americans think it is funny to leave their addiance on a cliff hanger at any moment to cut into advertising!!! Which is always a small bump in the road, the whole thing highlights of coarse with an upwards crescendo of violins topping off the scene.
Point 3. One of two things here, are at power. a. Without offence ment here the Americans have a very short memory, which I do not think is the case or b. the production companies like to WAIST 5 to 10 minuits of every episode by repeating the last 30 secs of episode up to where the advertising started. Of course one does not have to see the adverts they have been removed. But the cliffhanger build up then the 30 sec repeat of avents leading up to, are for the european market totally and absolutly NOT nessasary!!
Point 4. As each and every episode starts one gets a 5 minit run down on whats coming up in that particular episode. This has only one object to it!! To keep you glued to the blasted screen through out the entire episode, shoving in their advertising. Thats half the suspence taken out of it from the start. Well done the university graduates who thaought that one up. And when the episode has finnished you get half of the top highlights of the next up coming episode next week, ruining that as well. But dont forget stay tuned for that one, don't miss it!!!! etc

In case some of the university majors have not yet worked it out, we live in the twenty first century and not in the sixties and seventies of the last centurays. For those that did not know it, remote controllers can fast forward and skip chapters. To overcome this cheap cliche of advertising. So where is your problem they say!! My beef is simple why should we pay hard earnt money to pay for a product which they all get for their trouble in producibg the series, and then we have to have destroy our DVD player to bypass this old fashion way used in the earlly years of TV viewing.

We have purchased the product, not copied it, they have got their earnings for their troubles, leave out the trash for the TV viewers that watch free TV channels and do not want to invest in the industry by PURCHASING the product. Thus helping that industry in fundings for the next exciting theme!!!


Ice Road Truckers - Deadliest Roads [DVD]
Ice Road Truckers - Deadliest Roads [DVD]
Offered by Special Interests
Price: £9.50

0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Great to watch keep the remote controller close by!, 19 Dec. 2013
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I own all of the IRT series and the two sets "Deadliest roads" & the Andes. They are all great to watch and one has to bow and hat off to the Drivers that really do put their lives on the line to run these roads. Graphics diplicte very often the "What could happen" this is fantastic info because we do not want to see it really happen, were somebody really has to loose their life showing what could happen if! However!! True critic has two sides to be looked at.
Point 1. I personnaly think that the load mouthed bust your butt attitudes of spme of the drivers as they make their appearence for the first time is cheap show to get you inicially glued to the screen to see how the big mouth fairs under pressure.
Point 2. To keep their viewers glued to the screen biting their nails as to how it continues the Americans think it is funny to leave their addiance on a cliff hanger at any moment to cut into advertising!!! Which is always a small bump in the road, the whole thing highlights of coarse with an upwards crescendo of violins topping off the scene.
Point 3. One of two things here, are at power. a. Without offence ment here the Americans have a very short memory, which I do not think is the case or b. the production companies like to WAIST 5 to 10 minuits of every episode by repeating the last 30 secs of episode up to where the advertising started. Of course one does not have to see the adverts they have been removed. But the cliffhanger build up then the 30 sec repeat of avents leading up to, are for the european market totally and absolutly NOT nessasary!!
Point 4. As each and every episode starts one gets a 5 minit run down on whats coming up in that particular episode. This has only one object to it!! To keep you glued to the blasted screen through out the entire episode, shoving in their advertising. Thats half the suspence taken out of it from the start. Well done the university graduates who thaought that one up. And when the episode has finnished you get half of the top highlights of the next up coming episode next week, ruining that as well. But dont forget stay tuned for that one, don't miss it!!!! etc

In case some of the university majors have not yet worked it out, we live in the twenty first century and not in the sixties and seventies of the last centurays. For those that did not know it, remote controllers can fast forward and skip chapters. To overcome this cheap cliche of advertising. So where is your problem they say!! My beef is simple why should we pay hard earnt money to pay for a product which they all get for their trouble in producibg the series, and then we have to have destroy our DVD player to bypass this old fashion way used in the earlly years of TV viewing.

We have purchased the product, not copied it, they have got their earnings for their troubles, leave out the trash for the TV viewers that watch free TV channels and do not want to invest in the industry by PURCHASING the product. Thus helping that industry in fundings for the next exciting theme!!!


Ice Road Truckers Deadliest Roads: Season 2 - The Andes (6 DVD Gift Set)
Ice Road Truckers Deadliest Roads: Season 2 - The Andes (6 DVD Gift Set)
Offered by The Canny Store
Price: £7.99

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars An unfortunate way Americans like keeping thir viewers glued to the screen caused through advetising through out the programm., 19 Dec. 2013
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I own all of the IRT series and the two sets "Deadliest roads" & the Andes. They are all great to watch and one has to bow and hat off to the Drivers that really do put their lives on the line to run these roads. Graphics diplicte very often the "What could happen" this is fantastic info because we do not want to see it really happen, were somebody really has to loose their life showing what could happen if! However!! True critic has two sides to be looked at.
Point 1. I personnaly think that the load mouthed bust your butt attitudes of spme of the drivers as they make their appearence for the first time is cheap show to get you inicially glued to the screen to see how the big mouth fairs under pressure.
Point 2. To keep their viewers glued to the screen biting their nails as to how it continues the Americans think it is funny to leave their addiance on a cliff hanger at any moment to cut into advertising!!! Which is always a small bump in the road, the whole thing highlights of coarse with an upwards crescendo of violins topping off the scene.
Point 3. One of two things here, are at power. a. Without offence ment here the Americans have a very short memory, which I do not think is the case or b. the production companies like to WAIST 5 to 10 minuits of every episode by repeating the last 30 secs of episode up to where the advertising started. Of course one does not have to see the adverts they have been removed. But the cliffhanger build up then the 30 sec repeat of avents leading up to, are for the european market totally and absolutly NOT nessasary!!
Point 4. As each and every episode starts one gets a 5 minit run down on whats coming up in that particular episode. This has only one object to it!! To keep you glued to the blasted screen through out the entire episode, shoving in their advertising. Thats half the suspence taken out of it from the start. Well done the university graduates who thaought that one up. And when the episode has finnished you get half of the top highlights of the next up coming episode next week, ruining that as well. But dont forget stay tuned for that one, don't miss it!!!! etc

In case some of the university majors have not yet worked it out, we live in the twenty first century and not in the sixties and seventies of the last centurays. For those that did not know it, remote controllers can fast forward and skip chapters. To overcome this cheap cliche of advertising. So where is your problem they say!! My beef is simple why should we pay hard earnt money to pay for a product which they all get for their trouble in producibg the series, and then we have to have destroy our DVD player to bypass this old fashion way used in the earlly years of TV viewing.

We have purchased the product, not copied it, they have got their earnings for their troubles, leave out the trash for the TV viewers that watch free TV channels and do not want to invest in the industry by PURCHASING the product. Thus helping that industry in fundings for the next exciting theme!!!


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