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The Sokal Hoax: The Sham That Shook the Academy
The Sokal Hoax: The Sham That Shook the Academy
Price: 14.24

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars This is on Kindle edition not the content., 11 Sep 2012
Unfortunately producers of the kindle version did no tnotice that the first chapter which includes the original article in the Social text, has annotations in left pages and the article on the right pages. In the Kindle version they all come after each other and it is very hard to distinguish one from another. I wish they had given the production more attention. The text is great. But the kindle edition is poor.


Shoot 'em Up [DVD]
Shoot 'em Up [DVD]
Dvd ~ Clive Owen
Offered by CMS MEDIA UK
Price: 2.03

3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars High Octane Action, 26 Mar 2008
This review is from: Shoot 'em Up [DVD] (DVD)
Brilliant action. The good thing is the film never gets itself seriously and is ready to push boundries of being OTT even further. Very good acting plus the most beautiful woman on the planet, Monica Bellucci!

Soundtrack is smashing too. Motorhead's Ace of Spades and AC/DC's If You Want Blood, You Got It are perfectly chosen.

If you want to find the meaning of life go watch arthouse films but if you want nonestop OTT action check out Shoot Em Up!


Permission To Land
Permission To Land
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Price: 2.42

4 of 14 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars avoid at all costs, 31 Dec 2004
This review is from: Permission To Land (Audio CD)
All the hype, and the awards and the reviews etc.. made me expect a phenomenal album which was going to rock my head off. And how disappointed I became. A handful of borrowed riffs, Hawkins' quasi-pseudo-neurotico-operatic vocals which were nothing less than torture and I ended up thinking what has happened to the British Rock.
The experience reminded me of what Ian Gillan said about the album he did with Black Sabbath: I saw the cover and puked, then I heard the record and puked.
The Darkness are exactly what Lemmy said: a cabaret act. And I don't know what is all the fuss about.


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