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Helpful votes received on reviews: 88% (58 of 66)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 12,952 - Total Helpful Votes: 58 of 66
Office Mac Home and Student 2011 - 1User  [Downloa&hellip by Microsoft
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
There are one or two things that don't quite work as you'd expect, but on the whole the package is exactly what you need for day-to-day use. Although I would prefer just to use the iWorks family, they just aren't as widely used as MS Office and there are always minor glitches between the two. My recommendation, bite the bullet and pay for Office for Mac but DON'T fall in to the trap of going for 365 for Mac, simply no need and ultimately excruciatingly expensive.
Joshua Tree, 1951: A Portrait of James Dean <b>DVD</b> ~ James Preston
Having read a couple of reviews here and elsewhere I wasn't sure what to expect but I thought the film was quite good overall. It's not really a serious take on Dean's pre-fame days, more a whimsical mix of reality and dreamy fiction. There are lot of sexual scenes, suggestive rather than explicit, and I can't help thinking the actors were picked for their looks & physique rather than their ability to play a part. That said I liked the arty work and the moodiness of the black and white film which made the smoky club / drinking den scenes seem so realistic. On the other hand, some of the super-imposing is so bad that it has to be comedy-deliberate.

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Tumbledown <b>DVD</b> ~ Brad Hallowell
Tumbledown DVD ~ Brad Hallowell
Truly awful movie based on a reasonably good idea. The actors ought to be had under the trade descriptions act, they are so wooden. There is no attempt to create any depth of character, merely skim over the usual gay clichés. Thankfully I only rented this as part of my monthly subscription otherwise I would have felt completely ripped off.