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Dungeons And Dragons [DVD] [2001]
Dungeons And Dragons [DVD] [2001]
Dvd ~ Justin Whalin
Offered by gowingsstoreltd
Price: 3.50

4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars To this day it boggles my mind- NOT in a good way!, 10 July 2006
This movie is neither creative nor thought-provoking, all because it's not an original idea. It's just this big copy of different fictional masterpieces melded in a way that gives no heed to the matter of balance &unity. The supposed 'mystery element' took the formula of an average "Crystal Maze" episode... seriously! They tried to make a Star Wars-like movie to the point of including would-be light saber fights and even this weird podrace.

The make-up was horrible. The lighting was terrible to the point that they somehow emphasized this, otherwise I probably wouldn't have noticed the lighting. And what's with the colours? Most of the film was dull green, red, and orange in color (sets, costumes). The costumes were another thing that needed professional help. What happens when the costumes from "Star Wars Episode I" meet "The Lost World"? Something unimaginably horrible that goes by the name of "Dungeons and Dragons"!

They could have made such a good movie as "Dungeons &Dragons" is considered a cult classic. It sounds like something you'd want to see but you realize that it's really not something you'd want to see, 4 minutes into the movie. Worst scenes were the ones with the main characters. In the DVD special feature option, the alternate ending the director decided not to use was a whole lot better and more realistic than the surreal so-called surprising ending he decided to use. The deleted scenes in the DVD were the best scenes in the movie- some of them were actually okay (but not amusing enough to make me laugh). I would call this a kiddy movie but I would just be insulting and embarrassing the kids around the world.

I shouldn't forget the sound. The sound-editing, it can't be fixed (it's that bad). As for the score, the crew don't know what musical sequence they are supposed to use. When someone dies this cheerful score starts in the background with fanfares and chimes!

If you really want to know, the plot revolves around this empress that needs to use these scrolls so she can find this thing to control these fake red dragons but the bad guy also wants it. So her mentor's librarian and two commoners help her find it in one of cinematic history's most disappointing adventures! Some war! My sister's fights with me last longer than this! One of the best things about this movie was that it ended so quickly.

Who wrote this? The script, every line, was messed up. Either their computer didn't print the script out properly or the writers are just plain bad! They can't distinguish between what is good and what is bad. But there was one thing I really liked and appreciated... The font they used for the ending credits was fascinating!

Now let's look at the cast. :) Jeremy Irons (Propion)-word of advice, stick to doing voices like Scar's in "The Lion King" because this movie is like a showcase for the untalented (Luckily for you, you have acted brilliantly in many other movies which saves your reputation). Thora Birch (The Empress), I can barely hear your soft whispery voice but it really doesn't matter because you really don't have anything important to say. You try to dress like Amidala but you will forever offend her. You tried so hard to become the next Amidala and I pity you, I really do. You acted so badly that I couldn't even laugh at you! Your speeches are so memorable- I'll never forget how uninspiring, tedious, simple and uncalled for they all were! They were the opposite of Al Pacino's speech at the end of "Scent Of A Woman" if that begins to show how pointless your speeches were. As for you Zoe McLellan (Marina), you need acting lessons like the rest of the cast. I have yet to spot a scene where you don't have this traumatized and puzzled expression on your face (Perhaps it's like that for a reason? A psychological something...? NOT!!!). But Kristin Wilson (Norda) is one person I feel really bad for. She was the only person who gave a reasonably good performance. Unfortunately for Wilson, the whole movie was stupid. As for the movie's main character, Justin Whalin- you should really stick to TV shows because you don't know how to act. At least Scary Movie's Shorty (Marlon Wayans) did what he does best. Acting crazy! As for Bruce Payne (Damodar), you're a payne in the ***! First question: "What is with you and that blue fluorescent lipstick?" Question #2: "Are you really this lifeless in real life?" You sound like you have a thousand frogs stuck in his throat (hope none of you out there even think of comparing his voice to James Earl Jones' "Darth Vader")!

The movie was a mixture of dim-witted characters that were just wannabes of other famous characters. The characters tried to imitate Xena, Queen Amidala, Darth Vader, Lara Croft, Hercules, The Amazons, and Indiana Jones among others, only to fail miserably! The cast can't even cry. The tears were so phony that it would have seemed more realistic if they had water splashed on their faces (and the sad thing is that I'm not exaggerating). Even the laughs are fake, they sounded like the ones Dr. Evil's crew do in Austin Powers (and they have an excuse because they're mocking the cliched evil laughters). In short, this is the worst cast ensemble in the history of motion pictures. Did the casting people actually hold auditions for this movie or did they just pull people off the streets?

This movie is so unbelievably surprising (not in a good way) that it would be the Oscars' worst nightmare but the Raspberries' dream come true! The D&D crew did a good job of making sure they do the worst of everything the Oscars look at before nominating a film. Just for the record, I didn't feel like finishing this movie and I only did for the sake of this review to warn all those who dare to rent such a pathetic piece of work!

Highway 61 Revisited
Highway 61 Revisited
Price: 5.80

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars "Classic" is written all over it!, 10 July 2006
This review is from: Highway 61 Revisited (Audio CD)
This innovative masterpiece is considered by many as among the origins of rock &roll. It stands strong today as a showcase of Dylan's talent and the introduction of poetry into music, something that would be taken to whole new levels with the era of the Beatles just a year or two away at the time.

The album consists of many well-known hits that make this a must-have in 60s collections, but instead of mentioning every single song and thus stretching the review I'll summarize the album's 'ambience' by mentioning a single favourite of mine. It's the highly influential masterpiece that would pave the way for the rock greats to come, "Like a Rolling Stone". An experimental, groundbreaking hit (named the all-time great by "Rolling Stone") there could not be a more poignant comment on Dylan's personal 'nowhere man' status before he found some purpose, motivation in 'his world'. Art that captures the essence of the proverb, "A rolling stone gathers no moss." So then what is "Highway 61 Revisited"? Timeless...

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2 Disc Edition) [2004] [DVD]
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2 Disc Edition) [2004] [DVD]
Dvd ~ Daniel Radcliffe
Offered by 247dvd
Price: 3.47

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Potter and his patronus shine at the box-office!, 25 July 2005
The boy wizard has not lost his powers! Harry Potter and the Prisoner Of Azkaban has always been my favourite HP book and I'm happy to know that now it'll be my favourite HP flick! This entertaining epic is by far the best HP movie in the series! It's the first one that actually comes close to the book and has the mysteriousness and the thrilling adventures that the book offers but the first two movie instalments failed to offer. What makes this movie better than the first two? It's the director, Alfonso Cuaron. Thanks to him, the movie is sinister, deeper and meaningful, thought provoking, scarier, and more visually stunning. The special effects are amazing. They are a thousand times better than what the first two movies came up with. I mean give me a break; in the 2nd movie they made the basilisk into a pathetic mechanical snake! Cuaron has managed to create a wizarding world similar to the one imagined by Harry Potter fans. In all the movies the cinematography has been great, so no complaints there but once again the third film's cinematography is a lot better!
The story revolves around Harry Potter, the infamous boy-wizard who's attending his third year at Hogwarts: School of Wizardry. As the wizarding world and muggle world search for the whereabouts of Sirius Black, the evil escaped prisoner, Harry finds himself in the middle of another annual adventure figuring out that he is the reason Black escaped from Azkaban. This time the adventure is as good as it gets. To add to his usual troubles (Snape, Malfoy, etc.), dementors roam the lands sucking out the hopefulness and cheerful memories that make people joyful by replacing them with forgotten depressing recollections and frightening images from their past.
Some of the best things: more Quidditch, this time the matches are extremely exciting! Harry, Ron, and Hermione are grown up now, the story's better, as is the overall movie. The movie marks a great accomplishment in production design!
In short, Alfred Cuaron should be praised for this brilliant creation! At a time of great expectations, Cuaron succeeds. He passes with flying colors. And let's not forget JK Rowling, the gifted author. Her unique coming-of-age story is the main reason this movie is so spectacular! I highly recommend you watch it on the big-screen. The dazzling special effects, the breathtaking cinematography, the talented cast's acting performances, and the tremendous job done by the make-up artists in the creation of the magical creatures should not be missed on the cinema screen! In 3 words, it's dark, daring, and dazzling!

The Very Best Of Sheryl Crow
The Very Best Of Sheryl Crow
Offered by DVD Overstocks
Price: 4.00

11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars "These are the days when anything goes...",, 25 July 2005
...and that couldn't be any clearer! A famous line from her hit, "Everyday is a winding road", perhaps it's her motto judging by the way she's experimented with new sounds over the last decade. But at the end of the day, she's still Sheryl Crow! From her new fads, her unique videos, irresistibly catchy songs, numerous Grammy Awards, to the millions of sales-there's no doubting that Sheryl Crow is a talented artist! This album features all her greatest hits, some highlights are:
All I Wanna Do- The "Record of The Year" at the Grammys, Sheryl's breath through song that put her on the map and helped her album sell millions worldwide. No matter where you are, it's hard to hum the chorus of this huge hit that sold a million copies and reached the top 5 US chart in a matter of weeks!
Soak up the Sun- the 2002 hit that reawakened her success, she rose up the charts once again, after some years of silence. This sunny, cheerful hit is one of her best yet.
My Favourite Mistake- great alternative rock song!
First Cut Is The Deepest- Sheryl's remake of this hit is even better than the original. No wonder why it's still in the US' top 20 "adult contemporary" playlists!
Everyday Is A Winding Road- This 1996 song that was featured in 2000's Erin Brokovich is my all-time favourite Sheryl Crow single. From the loud rock music to one of the best and catchiest choruses ever, this song is one of the album's highlights.
Difficult Kind- powerful duet sung with soft songstress Sarah McLachlan.
Picture- the hit duet sung with Kidrock that was one of only three songs to be certified Gold that year!
Steve McQueen- Yet another Grammy-winning hotshot single with an exceptional video!
In short, from the Lillith fairs, the changing styles of music, and the powerful voice to the loud beats and classic aura about her, she has more than proven herself. This album is a must-have!

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Book 5)
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Book 5)
by J.K. Rowling
Edition: Hardcover
Price: 11.89

0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A desperate attempt to make it longer but it's still superb!, 8 July 2003
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is a terrific novel that's interesting, grabbing, and very creative. It's very different from the other Harry Potter books and all the key events that take place are shocking and happen unexpectedly. As usual certain sections of this Rowling book are very gripping and atypical. But what makes this Harry Potter book so different from the others except for maybe book four (The Goblet of Fire)? The answer is that this book is longer, darker, unusual, and Rowling really stretches the story. J.K Rowling's writing style has changed and the characters have also changed, i.e. Harry is no longer a sweet wizard who thinks before he acts- instead he's an impatient, bad-tempered, misunderstood boy who always makes the wrong decisions. But luckily most of the other characters like Hermione (skeptical, wise smart aleck) remained the same. All the characters now do seem to scream a lot though, especially at the Order's meeting place. Also, there are too many new characters and the problem is that they are all round characters and this makes the story a bit confusing at times. In addition the story's exposition-complication is lengthy and slow even though the story doesn't start out with Harry's birthday, describing his background. Before I forget if you're someone who's never read a Harry Potter book before this isn't a good place to start because of the fact that Rowling doesn't describe Harry's past unlike the other four books. Furthermore due to the arrival of Professor Umbridge, the atmosphere isn't exactly the same as the kind readers are used to. But nonetheless the novel is great and it's something that Harry Potter fans will truly appreciate and love.
Even with all the changes and differences, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is fantastic with quite a bit of help from Rowling's creative writing style and her knowledge of Greek history and myths. Rowling sure knows where, when, and how to use good analogies to make her stories more appealing. I don't only mean using centaurs and owls but also coming up with names like Nymphandora and Minerva whereas Nymphandora is a Mystique-like witch that can change her appearance (just like a nymph) and whereas Minerva is another name for the wise Athena.
The story revolves around Harry Potter, a wizard who is about to start his fifth year at Hogwarts. After the grueling events that took place in the resolution of book four (for example Cedric Diggory's death) Harry is restless and desperate for some news from the wizarding world. He encounters dementors, faces expulsion, and is left out of a lot of things. But away from all this, the book gets back on track to the usual Harry Potter type plot with a few exceptions in between.
A few words of advice- if you're impatient and don't like stories that stretch and don't get to the point fast you shouldn't read this I mean there are 766 pages (British version) or 870 pages if you're reading the American one. But I didn't think it was that long in fact I was a bit upset that it wasn't longer. Besides that, if you don't really remember everything you read in the fourth book, I recommend that you read that again to better understand the situations and events that occur in this novel. Oh by the way if you're wondering, no the adult version is not at all different from the children's version except for the cover and the adult version is the one with the better cover.

In short despite the fact that this book can no longer be called a children's book, I for one loved it and enjoyed it. It is something that is very brilliantly written. It's something that I really enjoyed. It's something that all Harry Potter fans will be pleased about leaving them asking for more.

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5.0 out of 5 stars The long awaited sequel was worth the wait!, 2 May 2003
X2: the X-men United was excellent. It is definitely one of the best movies of 2003! The special effects were cool and it's really hard not to like this. This action packed sequel is one of the best sequels I've ever seen. It'll probably top the long list of sequels that are being released this year. The special effects were the most fascinating thing in this movie. There is also more character development. The story is great, the cast ensemble is perfect, and the special effects are visually stunning. The movie is inspiring, thought-provoking, funny. Most of the cast from the 2000 box-office hit returned. This includes the Oscar-winning actresses Anne Paquin (Rogue) and Halle Berry (Storm). Mystique is chubbier, Storm got a haircut, Famke Janssen got a trim, and Wolverine has a female version of him so yes, a lot has changed. Night crawler (Alan Cumming) is quite annoying but I like Kelly Hu. She makes a great female Wolverine! There are several memorable scenes in this sequel and the movie has all the charm that great movies need. The X-men movie franchise is in my opinion the best comic book to movie franchise ever. The movie gets quite crazy but it remains on the topic. It's the most expensive movie ever made in Canada! It's the most rambling superhero saga to date!
It has everything that an excellent movie needs. It has a story, a theme, cinematography, a good score, a great cast, and impressive special effects (something that big destruction movies really need). This time the movie is funnier and it's as fictional as a movie can get. It really concentrated on it's fantasy storyline.
The story revolves around the X-men, the good mutant group that consists of mutants, each born with a distinctive genetic mutation, which manifested itself astonishing powers. They live in a world that fears them but the X-men protect the people. They are Magneto's enemies. Magneto is the leader of the evil mutant group but is in a plastic prison at the moment. He escapes. In the meantime Wolverine travels across Canada in search of his whereabouts and meets a 'female' Wolverine (played by Kelly Hu) and this continues the tradition of the fascinating kung fu moves in the X-men movies (The Mystique-Wolverine fight in X-men marked the beginning of it). The X-men face their most dangerous mission yet. They have to combat against their enemies, Magneto's gang, that threatens people and mutants too.
Overall it's a thunderous, explosive, dazzling sensory overload that takes us into its world for over two hours but leaves us rather unchanged by the experience. Bryan Singer is such a good director that it makes you see why it's important to have a director who was once the comic-book's fan, direct the movie (same thing happened with Spiderman). The frustrations are without difficulty overshadowed by the fine look of the motion picture.

Ka - Ching
Ka - Ching
Offered by rarerecs
Price: 2.62

5.0 out of 5 stars Good lyrics, great music, superb voice= fantastic song!, 17 April 2003
This review is from: Ka - Ching (Audio CD)
I love this song. It's very catchy. It doesn't have the 'That don't impress me much tone' that her older pop songs had but it's still great. It sounds a lot like her recent singles 'up!' and 'I'm gonna getcha good' but it's better than 'Up!'. The lyrics are based on the economic theory of 'human wants' in other words how people want more than they've got. The music is great, her voice sounds good too, and overall I think it's a great song. It's already in the top #3 in the European sales chart even though it's just been released, very recently. It's something for most Shania Twain, Kylie, Emma Bunton, Shakira, and Celine Dion fans!

Ka - Ching
Ka - Ching
Offered by rarerecs
Price: 2.62

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good lyrics, great music, superb voice= fantastic song!, 6 April 2003
This review is from: Ka - Ching (Audio CD)
I love this song. It's very catchy. It doesn't have the 'That don't impress me much tone' that her older pop songs had but it's still great. It sounds a lot like her recent singles 'up!' and 'I'm gonna getcha good' but it's better than 'Up!'. The lyrics are based on the eco theory of 'human wants' in other words how people want more than they've got. The music is great, her voice sounds good too, and overall I think it's a great song. It's already in the top #3 in the European sales chart even though it's just been released, very recently. It's something for most Shania Twain, Kylie, Emma Bunton, Shakira, and Celine Dion fans!

Friends: Complete Season 3 - New Edition [DVD] [1995]
Friends: Complete Season 3 - New Edition [DVD] [1995]
Dvd ~ Jennifer Aniston
Offered by WorldCinema
Price: 14.98

101 of 103 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Favourite Friends' Moments, Now with extra footage!, 6 April 2003
Definitely one of the best and most exciting seasons of Friends, it's the season where Ross and Rachel are; still dating, break-up, and eventually decide to get back together by the season's end. In between lots of events take place, e.g. Monica gets a new boyfriend (Pete the millionaire) and Joey &Chandler buy birds (a chick and a duck). The season features some of the all-time favourite Friends episodes! I love the packaging! You take it out of the cover and the DVD version is like a folder. It opens up into like 6 pages with the DVDs and episodes listings. You can also choose to have subtitles (choice is from 4 different languages) or you can choose to have none.
The episodes are:
Disc 1:
The one with the Princess Leia Fantasy- Ross' secret fantasy doesn't stay secret for long after he confides in Rachel. Chandler begins to rekindle his relationship with ex-girlfriend Janice.
The one where no one's ready- Ross gets riled when his friends fail to be ready on time for a museum fundraiser.
The one with the jam- Monica tries to get over Richard by making jam but she gets obsessed. Se decides to get a sperm from a bank to have her own baby.
The one with the Metaphorical tunnel- Ross and Rachel encourage Chandler to commit to Janice.
The one with Frank Jr.- Phoebe invites her bro over for a visit. Ross makes a list of celebrities he's allowed to sleep with and one of them shows up.
The one with the flashback- Janice asks them if they've ever dated each other, they say no but they start thinking of the past (when Joey hits on Monica by stripping and when Chandler tries to make something happen between him and Rachel).
The one with the racecar bed- The 'Mattress King store' sends Monica a wrong bed, a kid's bed.
Special features: Audio commentary by the executive producers.
Disc 2:
The 1 with the giant poking device- Phoebe thinks she has killed 'ugly naked guy' so everyone joins in to poke him.
The 1 with the football- the friends play football (Ross and Monica fight like cats and dogs, Rachel hangs along, Phoebe makes t a game of a lifetime for herself, and Joey and Chandler fight over the same woman).
The 1 where Rachel quits- Seeking advice from Chandler, Rachel finally quits her job at Central Perk.
The 1 where Chandler can't remember which sister- Rachel has an interview at Bloomingdales. Chandler sleeps with Joey's sister.
The 1 with all the jealousy- Ross gets really jealous of Rachel's co-worker Mark.
The 1 where Monica + Richard are just friends- they bump into each other at the video store. They do everything they did when they were dating except they say they're 'just friends'.
Special features: audio commentary.
Disc 3:
The 1 with Phoebe's ex-partner- Phoebe’s old partner returns to Phoebe's life but not for long, she ends up stealing Phoebe’s 'smelly cat'. Chandler dates a woman with an artificial leg.
The 1 where Ross+ Rachel take a break- Rachel thinks it's a break; Ross thinks it's a break-up. This is where it started.
The 1 the morning after- Rachel finds out about Ross' one-night stand with the Xerox girl.
The 1 with the ski trip- Rachel invites the gang (excluding Ross) to a ski trip, Ross goes to Carol.
The 1 with the hypnosis tape- Rachel gives Chandler a tape to quit smoking. It works too well but it's for a woman, "you're a strong and confident woman" and Chandler starts to act like 1.
The 1 with the tiny t-shirt- Rachel returns Ross' belongings to him. Ross asks for his t-shirt back in spite. But later Rachel gets it back.
Special features: audio commentary.
Disc 4:
1 with the dollhouse- Monica inherits a Victorian dollhouse. But she has competition from a cardboard house that Phoebe has.
1 with the chick and the duck- this is where they get them. They buy a chick and end up with a chick and a duck. Pete wants Monica to be the head chef at his new restaurant.
1 with the screamer- Ben Stiller dates Rachel but he's a loud, angry, malicious maniac and Ross tries to tell everyone.
1 with Ross’ thing-Ross finds a 'thing' on him. He goes from doctor to doctor but no one can tell him what it is. It is referred to as a 'coundas' and 'the Ross'. Phoebe plays the field.
1 with the ultimate fighting champion- Pete gets beaten up in public, but he refuses to listen to Monica.
The 1 at the beach- Every1 goes to the beach. Ross and Rachel flirt, Bonnie becomes bald, Chandler wants to know why Monica won't date him, Joey wants to play poker, and Phoebe wants to know her father's location but she finds out her mother's alive.
Special features: This disc has the best special features' options. You can take in an Open house at Joey and Chandler's Bachelor Pad with the interactive menu (you can even flip through a 'Friends' scrap book). 2nd- you can leaf through the Friends of Friends Guest book (e.g. Billy Crystal). 3rd- You can learn what's up with your friends with video guides. 4th- You can do a Rachel-Ross trivia quiz: every right answer brings them closer to each other and every wrong answer moves them apart.
I highly recommend this season. Not only is the season extremely funny but also I love the packaging and everything. The episodes also have extra footage that you've never seen. Every episode has at least 1 line that had to be cut-off because of limited time when it was aired.

Classic Disney [Australian Import]
Classic Disney [Australian Import]

106 of 109 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The perfect Disney memorabilia!, 29 Mar 2003
I can't praise this album enough. It is perfect. People who grew up with Disney want all the songs and enjoy all the songs. But you always forget one or two songs. And then maybe the case is that you don't want to buy a whole Disney album just for one song. This is why this is the perfect Disney album! It has gathered up about 100 of Disney's greatest hits. I have always been a Disney fan and so I love and know every song in this album.
It has everything from the billboard #1 single "A whole new world" (Aladdin) to the greatest hits from one of the world's best-selling albums of all, US #1 "Lion King". The album producers have collected all the Oscar-winning Disney hits too! The songs from the highest grossing animated feature (Lion King) and the highest grossing animated feature of all time (Jungle Book) are timeless. Then there's beauty and the beast. A beautiful Broadway hit too, it was nominated for best picture at the Oscars because of the beautiful songs. And that year Beauty and the beast had 3-4 nominated 'best songs' at the Oscars and the Golden Globes.
Away from the beautiful love songs and Julie Andrew's beautiful songs from "Mary Poppins" are the tracks that no one will ever forget. I am talking about songs like "Hakuna Matata", "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah", and "The Bare Necessities". And then the album also has songs that are heard everywhere in the Disney theme parks like the "Electrical light parade theme" and the breath-taking music from "Fantasmic"! You can even see Disney's creativity through the ages from their original ideas for songs like the China Town-like feeling in "We are Siamese", a silly yet very catchy single. And there's also the set of songs for "The Little mermaid", the feature that was the first Disney hit in the late 80s-early 90s era which was followed by other timeless Oscar-winning musicals like (in order) "Beauty and the beast", "Aladdin", "The Lion King", "Pocahontas" etc. The only two other albums I had to buy were "Mulan" and "Hercules". The album does have one song from "Hercules" but I also love the other funny-themed songs in the feature, mainly sung by the Muses! And then I don't even have to explain why I want the Mulan soundtrack. It has beautiful songs and a marvellous score! The album is complete with all the hits so don't worry. Whether it's Lady and the tramp you're looking for or Bambi, it has it (it only does have songs from Mulan-onwards in other words Mulan, Tarzan, Emperor's new groove, and Monsters Inc.)
I highly recommend this album. I was planning on getting all the Disney hits by buying "Disney's Greatest Vol. 1" and then 2,3,4 etc. but that would cost over double the price. You get this and you get 100 of the best songs. And so this is the perfect album!

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