C. A. O'Sullivan

"Breffni O'Sullivan"
Helpful votes received on reviews: 92% (23 of 25)
Location: Dublin, Ireland


Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,930,128 - Total Helpful Votes: 23 of 25
WALL-E - Rusty WALL-E Action Figure by Vivid Imaginations
WALL-E - Rusty WALL-E Action Figure by Vivid Imaginations
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
This review is to address the aforementioned issues of the scale of the figurines. I uploaded 2 customer images to help out. The model itself is about 3 inches tall. Things like the Transforming WALL-E are much bigger and chunkier.

I work in a toy store in Ireland and these are very popular toys, as is most WALL-E merchandise. As a fan of Pixar and the film, I opted to buy one. The box is fairly big in proportion to the figure, but I was taken aback at the quality of the figurine when I opened it. The figure is heavier than you might imagine with small, hidden wheels, poseable arms and a head that swivels. I thought the film was fantastic and I can't recommend it highly enough… Read more
The Dark Knight featuring Production Art and Full &hellip by Craig Byrne
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
On principle, I want to give this book 5 stars. If you buy it, as I did, you will certainly not be disappointed. I, like many of the other reviewers, have an issue with that this book is supposed to be; "The Art of The Dark Knight". This isn't an art book; it's a combination of an art book and the screenplay; but not the final shooting script as far as I can assess. One nice detail, however, about the script is that effort has been put into the presentation of the script, with the pages littered with shots from the corresponding scenes alongside the script itself. There are a few differences between the script and what was executed by the cast, but overall it's very similar. If you loved… Read more
A Lion's Tale: Around the World in Spandex by Chris Jericho
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
This book is superb. It's the most entertaining wrestling book I've ever read, and as a journey there are few as unique as that of Chris Jericho. If you are looking at this page and therefore have a modicom of interest in this book, buy it immediately.

The purpose for this review is actually to address one issue. In a number of the reviews you'll read on this page; the principle gripe is with where the book ends; i.e. with the countdown to Jericho's August 1999 WWF debut. There is good news. A second book is in development.

Jericho has confirmed the release of a second book via Lance Storm's official website, StormWrestling.com. He wrote an article on Storm's website… Read more

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