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Blade II (PS2)
Blade II (PS2)
Offered by STOCKTASTIC
Price: 5.52

1.0 out of 5 stars A load of rubbish, 18 April 2004
This review is from: Blade II (PS2) (Video Game)
Let's see, the first problem with this game is the level layout repeats on almost every level. The decoration is different but it's just the same basic layout. There's a few slight similarities to the movie, but may aswell be totally independent from it and not even be called Blade II.
I would say whoever made this game has only ever played those games in arcades and doesn't know what a home user wants in a game. The navigation's clunky, the levels are rubbish, a pointless story and becomes extremely tedious and boring come the second level. Unless you're a super diehard fan of the Blade movies, I don't think you'll be wanting this game.


No Boundaries
No Boundaries
Price: 33.27

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars No Boundaries Indeed, 4 Mar 2004
This review is from: No Boundaries (Audio CD)
I am quite impressed with No Boundaries. This being the first ever Turkish music CD I've ever bought, technically, it's more of a crossover, and what a crossover! Sertab mixes the current pop, r'n'b, rock and dance musical styles with a unique ethnic yet modern feel, aiming for the diverse Eurovision audience, she's aimed and scored. She has quite a poweful voice and can deliver the different styles well, from a fast almost rap to heart breaking ballad.
The only problem: It's only 42 minutes long! Album's are usually slightly longer, but you can't help but listen to it more than once so the shortness is not so bad.
I just hope Sertab gets some recognition with the UK audience, the hard work she's put in she deserves to be in the top of the charts.


Every Way That I Can
Every Way That I Can
Offered by CDandVinyl
Price: 5.96

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great song; Failed miserably..., 8 Aug 2003
This review is from: Every Way That I Can (Audio CD)
Winner of this years Eurovision Song Contest and receiving 7 points from the UK, "Everyway That I Can" became somewhat a hit in the 25 other participating countries it was released. Here though, It didn't even make the Top 70. The song is quite catchy, turkish sounding, yet poppy. Why did it fail? The only promotion came with the contest and a botched up release schedule saw the 2 track CD hit several shops early ahead of the planned release date, Sony then decided not to even release the 6 track CD. Like many other Eurovision artists, Sertab failed to make an impression on the UK. From the past few years, The only non-British Eurovision artist to make an impact with a top 15 hit was Dana International. I wouldn't hold my breath for Sertab's album to be released here.


The Last Leprechaun [DVD]
The Last Leprechaun [DVD]
Dvd ~ Veronica Hamel
Offered by FUNTIME MEDIA
Price: 10.96

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Modern Fairy Tale Fun, 25 Mar 2003
This review is from: The Last Leprechaun [DVD] (DVD)
Fin Rigan McCool (Big Mick), the last King of the Leprechauns, has woken to find the woodland surrounding his home in Ireland has been forested to make way for new development. Returning home from collecting food from a mansion on the hill, his story becomes intertwined with siblings Ethel (Brittney Bomman) and Tommy Barrick (Andrew Ferchland) who have been forced by their father (Jack Scalia), a powerful business man, to spend the summer in a mansion with his soon to be wife, a woman they have never met.
Once in Ireland, the children quickly grow to dislike the woman, Laura Duvanne (Veronica Hamel). Their worst nightmare is realised when they discover her to be an evil water banshee with magical powers and a hatred for all things green. Aided by her sinister butler, Simpson (David Warner), the children discover the duo's plan of intending to flood the surrounding forests of the mansion to make way for a reservoir.
Ethel an Tommy come to become good friends with Fin and housekeeper, Mary, uniting in their fight to destroy the evil witch and bring happiness into their fathers life.
With a slight feeling of a CBBC mini-series, The Last Leprechaun is a nice, enjoyable movie aimed at children; fairy tale like plot, magic, baddies, humour, romance, special effects and a funny little sidekick. My favourite character has to be Fin (The Leprechaun,) he's quite funny even when he's not trying to be, especially when he wakes up from his long sleep. And again, David Warner is playing a baddie, actually, with his clothing it looks as he has just jumped ship from Titanic into this movie.


Dont Fear: The Reaper
Dont Fear: The Reaper
Offered by funkybunnie
Price: 14.00

5.0 out of 5 stars (Don't Fear) Great Music, 27 Nov 2002
This review is from: Dont Fear: The Reaper (Audio CD)
Upon initial hearing of '(Don't Fear) The Reaper' one would begin thinking the track sounds moderately different to the material on 'The Love Junk Store,' but one would be wrong. As 'The Love Junk Store' does, the track cleverly mixes heavenly vocals with hints from various musical genres from pop, rock, folk, (and even slightly) dance into an incredible, memorable, superlatively catchy number. The song itself, a cover of the Blue Oyster Cult hit of the same name. Taking the lead vocals this time, giving a wonderful performance, dressed in black lace hot-pants is Audrey; her first time on lead in their released singles.
Now, more about the video: all dressed in black lace skimpy outfits with somewhat wild hairstyles, Charity on acoustic and Amy on electric guitar, the girls give off a slight "don't mess with us, bad-ass rock chick" attitude. Clearly, The Alice Band know what they're doing and if you care about great music you should be buying this.
Apart from the title song and video, the other two songs on the cd are:
Your Eyes Undressed Me (same version found on the 'One Day At A Time' cd single)
Everything I'm Looking For (Track six of 'The Love Junk Store')


Dont Fear: The Reaper
Dont Fear: The Reaper
Offered by funkybunnie
Price: 14.00

5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars (Don't Fear) Great Music, 23 Nov 2002
This review is from: Dont Fear: The Reaper (Audio CD)
Upon initial hearing of '(Don't Fear) The Reaper' one would begin thinking the track sounds moderately different to the material on 'The Love Junk Store,' but one would be wrong. As 'The Love Junk Store' does, the track cleverly mixes heavenly vocals with hints from pop, rock, folk genres into an incredible, memorable, superlative catchy number. The song itself, a cover of the the Blue Oyster Cult hit of the same name. Taking the lead vocals this time, dressed in black laced hot-pants is Audrey; her first time on lead in their fourth single.
Now, more about the video: all dressed in black laced skimpy outfits with somewhat wild hairstyles, Charity on acoustic and Amy on electric guitar, the girls give off a slight "don't mess with us, badass rock chick" attitude. Clearly, The Alice Band know what they're doing and if you care about great music you should be buying this.
Apart from the title song and video, the other two songs on the cd are:
Your Eyes Undressed Me (same version found on the 'One Day At A Time' cd single)
Everything I'm Looking For (Track six of 'The Love Junk Store')


Missundaztood
Missundaztood
Offered by gowingsstoreltd
Price: 2.99

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars a whole new P!nk, 12 Jan 2002
This review is from: Missundaztood (Audio CD)
You can tell Linda Perry had something to do with this album, a few of the songs sound alot like 4 Non Blondes, (which was Linda Perry's band) especially track #6-18 Wheeler. its a great album, but totally different to old Pink.


The 10th Kingdom: Complete Series [VHS]
The 10th Kingdom: Complete Series [VHS]
VHS
Offered by Discountdiscs-UK : Dispatched daily from the UK.
Price: 13.95

2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Theres Nothing Quite Like It!, 20 April 2001
the tenth kingdom is just amazing, the whole family can watch it any time of day and enjoy and understand what is happening, 10th kingom is funny, scary wierd and wonderful it would make the Grimm Brothers proud, you'll want to watch it over again this is one great best buy


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