Ove Munch Thomsen

"ovemunk"
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 87% (58 of 67)
Location: Denmark

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 133,760 - Total Helpful Votes: 58 of 67
Wings on My Sleeve: The World's Greatest Test Pilo&hellip by Captain Eric Brown
4.0 out of 5 stars A true hero, 6 Nov 2013
You cannot help admiring Eric Brown. He was a natural pilot, got his first flight with Ernest Udet, worked in Germany before the war but was kicked out as the war started. He then joined the navy and flew fighters. He was onboard Britains first escort carrier and nearly went down with it. He then started out on the path to becoming a test pilot firstly because he was a brilliant pilot and secondly because he was a master in the delicate art of landing on an aircraftcarrier. He testflew an enormous number of planes and in the closing stages of the war he was sent to Germany to pick up captured German planes because he spoke German. He was the only non German pilot that flew the rocket… Read more
Murder Most English [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Anton Rodgers
Murder Most English [DVD] DVD ~ Anton Rodgers
4.0 out of 5 stars Quirky but fun, 6 Nov 2013
I am afraid that young people will only last about 5 minutes wiewing this series, the tempo must seem very slow compared to the "cop shows" of today but is IS very funny. I ave read a lot of the books and i think that this dramatisation hits spot on. The actors really fit their roles, much credit to the casting.

This is 3 separate stories where we follow the team Purbright and Love played by Anton Rogers and Christopher Timothy as they try to deal with a murder where the body is dissolved in acid, -or is it? then there's the conman luring lonely widows via a marriage bureau and finally a dead man who's friends suddenly start to die violently.

I particularily… Read more
The Victorian Farm Complete Set [DVD]
5.0 out of 5 stars The best, 6 Nov 2013
This is the second series where the team relive past days and this one is in my opinion the best. This is how history should be taught and the 3 "lecturers" are brilliant because they are really good storytellers. This is also a "reality show" completely without stupid competitions, intriges og any of that.
It is definitely not a "everything was better in the good old days" story, it simply tells the story about how it must have been being a farmer in the victorian age. It deals with the huge progress that happened just then with new farming tools being put to use and transportation being improved a lot, first with canals and then with the railway.

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