5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I own the video version - found it at a garden centre of all places and brought it for my own self.
I let my son (who's three) watch the "live show" (which, btw, I got to see when I was little at my primary school) three months ago.
We still watch it.
(sometimes twice a day)
The only shame about the show is that they cut the sections with Soo. This is parallel to the brilliance of Button Moon.
1 of 4 people found the following review helpful
It is beautiful, gorgeous - boyfriend has a powerful enough computer that it works like a dream...
It hasn't got that feeling of Morrowind (but then it was the first PC RPG that got me hooked) but maybe I haven't played enough!! Trying to get your speechcraft up is a lot more fun than it was last time and the only thing that I feel annoyed about is that there doesn't seem to be any houses you may join - for me the main quest is left to last, I have too much fun making my character superior to my boyfriend's character.
PS - do not expect to be able to maintain a social life if you buy Oblivion, for like Morrowind you could potentially spend over a hundred… Read more
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I saw the two names on the box - Michael Caine and Dylan Moran, and I thought "Wow, this could be brilliant!!!" and it had the potential - fabulous cast which many were underused, especially Tom's love interest (sorry, cannot name her off-hand - Lena Headey). This is your basic, I-do-not-want-to-use-a-single-brain-cell-and-could-do-with-a-few-giggles kind of film. The best part of the film is Dylan Moran, why do we not see him more often I do not know, and the worst is Caine dressed as a women - how on earth could anyone be fooled by that costume I have no idea (not that any of the "disguises" really worked either but that was their charm - but that was taking the… Read more