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Helpful votes received on reviews: 71% (5 of 7)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,668,645 - Total Helpful Votes: 5 of 7
Leading Humans: "Stuff that actually works" by Mr Andrew Bratt
'This is a very interesting and different book, it's points border on revelatory yet at the same time by the author's own admission most are just very concentrated common sense...... given that then, it is striking how few companies/workplaces/senior staff get this right if it is supposedly so obvious.

This is a wonderful handbook for an aspiring manager/leader to pursue perfection, even if it has to be in spite of their organisational culture. The tools and principles are immediately so logical and clearly laid out - the author prizes simplicity as a surefire, quick route to excellence and so it is especially pleasant in a 'business self-help genre' publication that the tone is… Read more
Romanzo Criminale [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Kim Rossi Stuart
Romanzo Criminale [DVD] DVD ~ Kim Rossi Stuart
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Romanzo Criminale, 25 Feb 2010
This was a very interesting film and will have enough crossover appeal to viewers with different interests - action, politics, history buffs will all have something in it for them.

If you can get over having to watch a film with subtitles, (personally I would rather watch a good film with subtitles than a bad one without, any day) it was thrilling. My only slight critism would be that although it probably helped the experience that the pace of the film was quite fast, it was sometimes hard to keep track of who was who.

This film is refreshingly different to other gangster/mafia films in that it while it isn't the first to chart the evolution of a gang from teenage… Read more
The Grocer's Son [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Nicolas Cazale
The Grocer's Son [DVD] DVD ~ Nicolas Cazale
4.0 out of 5 stars The Grocer's Son, 25 Feb 2010
This was a gentle film with quirky charm and humour that leaves you feeling good. It is not deep and meaningful, nor is there a huge story, but that isn't the point. It is an unpretentious look at the stresses of modern-day life and the complex interaction of people with each other and the times they live in, showing how we all just struggle to do the best we can as we drift through life despite any plans we may try and make.

I will not explain the plot because the synopsis already does that. The acting is good, with the characters able to convey so much just through facial expressions and body language alone - the result is a snapshot of the lives of several interconnected… Read more