S. Kitchener

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 77% (41 of 53)
Location: Herts, UK
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,702,893 - Total Helpful Votes: 41 of 53
Love Like This ~ Natasha Bedingfield
Love Like This ~ Natasha Bedingfield
If it wasn't for "I Wanna Have Your Babies", I don't think "Love Like This" would be released... since the former's underwhelming reception in the UK, the record company chose to learn from that mistake and give the US fans a different album lead-in track, "Love Like This", and now it's finally reached UK shores six months later. This really will make or break Natasha's career. This song is a clear aim at the US market, and is a million miles from the likes of "Unwritten" and "Soulmate". Admittedly "Love Like This" is catchy, bubbly and full of charm, and it does show off Natasha's powerful voice... but it's not the Natasha Bedingfield we've grown to love. This track will either save her UK… Read more
NB ~ Natasha Bedingfield
NB ~ Natasha Bedingfield
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Natasha Bedingfield's 2004 debut "Unwritten" is, in short, absoloutley phenomenal. Original, lyrics with a point, and an album to set her apart from the rest of the industry.

But now the year is 2007 and the industry is somewhat different. Now you can't turn around without seeing someone who's new and original. Sadly, this means Natasha may have waited too long in between albums and thus began to lose her place. The No9 debut of "NB", and it's rapid decline down the chart in the weeks that follows, says something. It's unfortunate, but Natasha's music seems to have lost some of its appeal.

Which is a shame, because "NB" does have moments of pure Natasha brilliance -… Read more
The OC - The Complete Season 3 [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Peter Gallagher
The OC - The Complete Season 3 [DVD] DVD ~ Peter Gallagher
15 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Season 1 catapulted The OC into the history books, and Season 2 was an under-rated follow-up. But in Season 3 you get the feeling that the producers are scraping the bottom of the barrel to create storylines we can relate to or care about. Realism was never what The OC did best, but in Season 3 the boundaries are pushed and even Bad Girls can be said to be as realistic as this 25-episode marathon which shows all the signs of a show nearing its expiry date; which is a shame because the brilliance of the first two series' showed promise for The OC to become a long-term installment in TV schedules.

The season isn't without its plus points. Rachel Bilson's Summer continues to be the… Read more

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