Mr. E. A. Williamson

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 5,036
Helpful votes received on reviews: 89% (132 of 149)
Location: Derby,UK
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 5,036 - Total Helpful Votes: 132 of 149
Crocodile Dundee / Crocodile Dundee II [Blu-ray] [&hellip <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ David Gulpilil
Crocodile Dundee and its 1988 sequel make their Blu Ray debut on a region free disk from Paramount. Thankfully both films are presented on separate BD50s in a single case but strangely the much maligned third film is not included in the set. Disappointingly Paramount didn't seem fit to include the rarely heard original Australian dialogue version for the first movie complete with the uncensored cussing of the New York pimp instead opting for the international version we have become accustomed to which I do believe was a real missed opportunity and would have been an intriguing addition. The original Crocodile Dundee was the runaway independent movie success of 1986, topping the box office… Read more
Greystoke: The Legend Of Tarzan [Blu-ray] [1984] [&hellip <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ James Fox
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Hugh Hudson's muddled but gorgeous looking adaption of Edgar Rice Burroughs Tarzan legend arrives on a region free Blu ray disk as part of the Warner Archives collection. The version used on this release is the same extended cut released on home video by Warner since the early 90s and runs around six minutes longer than it did theatrically.
Often maligned by critics ever since its release Greystoke The Legend Of Tarzan, Lord Of The Apes can be an infuriating experience but if you disregard the plot holes, odd pacing and uneven script there is much to enjoy here. First and foremost this is one fantastic looking movie. This was one of the first features to be shot in Super 35 and the… Read more
Flesh + Blood (Flesh and Blood) [Blu-ray] [UK Regi&hellip <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ Paul Verhoeven
Paul Verhoven's blood and thunder action packed 16th century 80s classic arrives on a German region B Blu ray in its complete uncut and uncensored international cut. Flesh & Blood was Dutch director Paul Verhoven's first English language production and is a surprisingly rough and ready and at times sexually explicit movie. Dark themes permeate throughout the running time and the violence that also includes a jaw dropping rape sequence involving two of the lead characters really adds a hard edge to an already gritty if visually arresting film.
The cast are uniformly excellent perfectly conveying the mostly unlikeable characters. Rutger Hauer heads the list as Martin, a cold hearted… Read more

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