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How To Be Right: The Essential Guide to Making Lefty Liberals History
How To Be Right: The Essential Guide to Making Lefty Liberals History
by James Delingpole
Edition: Paperback

15 of 57 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars The Danger of Ignorance, 20 Oct. 2007
I think that anybody who finds themselves in agreement with this sort of writing needs to think very carefully about themselves. From expirience, I would say that you are likely to be arrogant, ignorant, highly inflated and have no genuine concern for anything or anyone that does not affect you. In short, you are thick. I'm sorry but I'm afraid it's the truth.
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Rebel Without A Cause (Special Edition) [DVD]
Rebel Without A Cause (Special Edition) [DVD]
Dvd ~ James Dean
Offered by WorldCinema
Price: £4.99

11 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The greatest movie of all time, 10 Dec. 2005
Rebel Without a Cause is a film that is brought alive - bursting with energy, emotion, tear-jerking drama and feeling by the true great hero James Dean. His performance, which he would never see the box office success off, due to his fatal car accident months later, was in my opinion his greatest of the three films he made. East of Eden is also a stunning motion picture, but Rebel has something else. Even now, there is something very special and magical about his presence that he is able to project through the lens. By the end of this epic, you feel completey absorbed, however many times you watch it.
It was Nicolas Ray, the stunning director who deserves more credit, who directed the picture beautifully and gave Jimmy the freedom to develop his character into a totally real person that contributed immensely. Jimmy is also supported by a good supporting cast; that of Natalie Wood and Sal Mineo who help to craft the intensety and drama.
Ultimately, I cannot say enough about Rebel Without a Cause. You have to see it to believe it. All I can say is that you will be left stunned and spellbound and it will likely have a long-lasting, possibly even life changing effect upon you.
Forget Marlon Brando as the greatest actor of all time if that was what you were told. James Dean IS.

Mafia (PC)
Mafia (PC)

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Mafia is the greatest video game of all time., 21 Jan. 2005
This review is from: Mafia (PC) (Video Game)
Please play this game! I promise you won't regret it. Mafia's graphics are excellent and the physics engine is very impressive. There is a wide selection of weapons, a huge range of cars with varying performance and controls that are second nature within minutes. However, what really makes this game special is the storyline and main character, Tom Angelo, who is voice-acted and movement-acted by Mike Sorvino. You follow his life through the 1930s as he rises from a taxi driver to a highly respected member of a Mafia family. It is a philosophical tale of life, living and death that is narrated by the character in cutscenes that travel forward in time to where he talks about the series of events you've just played through in a cafe. It is tragic and the ending is better than most films. Yet as well as this, the game is packed with action levels full of drama, shooting, driving, occasional stealth and incredible action. The realism and real-life physics in the game make it a joy to play again and again. The freeride mode increases replay value ten times over. With a steering wheel its even better. Over twelve square miles of city with an amazing variety of cars are combined with some magical element that make you feel like you're really in the city. Despite being big, you soon get to know your way around, recognise the varying landscapes and areas and its almost like home. I know my way around better than I do my own town! Although GTA: San Andreas and similar games have copied the Mafia style and put it in a modern setting that other people seem to find more appealing, there is no comparison to the physics and realism of Mafia that make the whole thing life-like and magical. This game would make a great book and a great film but most of all, it makes a very very good game.

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