K. I. Refseth

"KIRR"
(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 83% (10 of 12)
Location: Trondheim, Norway
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 264,938 - Total Helpful Votes: 10 of 12
Happy Valley [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Sarah Lancashire
Happy Valley [DVD] DVD ~ Sarah Lancashire
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I'm not going to deviate from the praise heaped upon this series by so many other viewers as I agree with almost all of them. This was one of the finest TV experienced I have had lately and it left me wanting for more. There is so much that is good in this production, from story, plot, characters, location and so on, that the sum of it is a full score from me. And Sarah Lancashire shines. She is superb here and with this one role portrayal she's soared up on my list of favorite actors (I haven't seen her in any previous series/films). So kudos to everybody involved in the making of it. Highly recommended! :)
What Remains [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ David Threlfall
What Remains [DVD] DVD ~ David Threlfall
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
The story is strong, well plotted, and opens for viewers speculation without loosing strength or direction all the way to the ending (where I was genuinely surprised). The setting is beautifully done. The house in which the story takes place is full of atmosphere and sett a chilling mood for the telling. Definitely a spooky place. The cast delivers strong, believable and engaging portrayals of the characters involved. From the main characters to the more background ones all came across clear and 'right' (used here to mean they fit into the story). And the score was hardly noticed , but in the right way. It set the tone and mood so strongly it enhanced my viewing experience a lot. Add to… Read more
Saints of the Shadow Bible (Inspector Rebus 19) by Ian Rankin
Whenever one of my personal favorite authors publish a new piece of work it is with some trepidation I sit down to read it. Will I end up with a reading experience that leave me satisfied yet hungry for more? Or will that special quality that made me an enthusiastic reader be lacking, maybe even to such an extent that I will feel bitterly disappointed? In the case of Ian Rankin and his John Rebus novels that trepidation was definitely there when his previous novel 'Standing in another man's grave', appeared, as Rebus had been retired a few years earlier, indicating an end to the series. Luckily it didn't disappoint and so it was with a sense of high hopes and tingling with excitement that I… Read more

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