Paul Higginson

Helpful votes received on reviews: 73% (33 of 45)
Location: London


Top Reviewer Ranking: 569,363 - Total Helpful Votes: 33 of 45
Karrimor Tempo Mens Trail Running Shoes Karrimor
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Bought these to train for and complete a 50km walk and they were perfect for the task - very comfortable, supportive and lighweight and I was one of the few people in my large team to complete the walk without any blisters! Not waterproof though so not suitable for all terrains/conditions
The Omen [2006] [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Liev Schreiber
The Omen [2006] [DVD] DVD ~ Liev Schreiber
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I have to admit that I am not a fan of remakes, but this one is particularly disappointing - it feels as though no-one who was involved actually wanted to make the film!

All the key scenes from the original film are perfunctorily re-presented here, but the sense of dread and building horror which pervaded the original has been drained away, creating the feeling that the script-writer, director and most of the cast just wanted to get the film finished so they could wash their hands of it and move on to do films they actually had an interest in.

The nanny suicide, the attempted church visit, the trip to the zoo, the deaths of the priest and photographer, the end scene -… Read more
Happy Daze [Australian Import] ~ Juzzie Smith
4.0 out of 5 stars Great summer tunes!, 10 July 2007
Juzzie Smith is a one-man band from Australia, who plays the guitar, harmonica, dijeridoo and a kick drum. His tunes are often slightly melancholy, and yet also uplifting, and whilst the lyrics are sometimes rather basic, there is a definite joy to his work. He is doing what he loves, and it's hard not to smile when listening to the songs (particularly live), and his enthusiasm and love for music is infectious.

My wife and I discovered Juzzie playing in the backroom of a bar in Margaret River (Western Australia), and were both very impressed with the live show. Everyone there (and there were at least a couple of hundred!) was having a great time. A couple of days later we saw… Read more