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Helpful votes received on reviews: 73% (27 of 37)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,135,327 - Total Helpful Votes: 27 of 37
Apple iPod 30GB Video/Black (5th Generation) by Apple
12 of 17 people found the following review helpful
As a physical object, a fashion statement, and arguably even as a piece of modern art, the iPod is stunning. The piano black finish looks gorgeous, the colour screen is clear and sharp, build quality is good, and the design of the intuitive, and brilliantly simple click wheel interface is pure genius.

After that unfortunately, the iPod falls a little flat, particularly when you take into account the price tag. Sound quality is no better than a simple MP3 player of a third of the price. The bundled I-Tunes software is easy to use but clunky and bloated, and the bespoke .mp4a format that it forces you to convert the tracks to in order to send them to the iPod makes it nigh on… Read more
Firewall [DVD] [2006] <b>DVD</b> ~ Harrison Ford
Firewall [DVD] [2006] DVD ~ Harrison Ford
4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Dull!, 7 Aug 2006
Basically, this is the original Die Hard movie, but without the action.

A group of terrorists kidnap the family of a bank's computer security expert forcing him to break into the system he designed in order to transfer funds from customer accounts into their own.

All pretty standard, derivative stuff. Not offensively bad, but neither is it remotely special.
Torque [DVD] [2004] <b>DVD</b> ~ Martin Henderson
Torque [DVD] [2004] DVD ~ Martin Henderson
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
As a biker, I found this beyond cringeworthy.

Where do I start? Well, for starters, none of the so-called stunts in this film are possible. You cannot ride a street tyred superbike across rutted desert at 100 mph while talking on a mobile phone through a crash helmet. You can't do a rolling stoppie on a metal roofed train after "jumping" from ground level onto it. You can't hold a conversation with your riding buddy along side you through crash helmets at 100 mph, you can't....oh, what's the use?

You expect a certain amount of "dramatic license" in any Hollywood action film, but if they'd replaced the wheels on the bikes with anti-gravity miracle material and made… Read more