P. R. Key

Helpful votes received on reviews: 88% (15 of 17)
Location: Wirral, UK


Top Reviewer Ranking: 429,754 - Total Helpful Votes: 15 of 17
Star Trek FAQ 2.0: Everything Left to Know About t&hellip by Mark Clark
I loved Mark Clark's FAQ book on the original series of Star Trek and this one on The Next Generation is just as good. He had a lot more information to cover in this volume - not only all 178 episodes of The Next Generation but the ten movies including the six involving the original cast plus details of the three following Star Trek TV series. Information on Deep Space Nine, Voyager and Enterprise is minimal, just one chapter, so perhaps there is more to come. Otherwise this is a commendable effort to cover an awful lot of information. Cast details are given pre and post Next Generation and there is a spot of gossip for those who like these things (Patrick Stewart's love life, for example)… Read more
Everyday Cooking For One by Wendy Hobson
Everyday Cooking For One by Wendy Hobson
Good advice for single eaters, recipes vary between delicious and ugh. Still got to try many of them. Easy to read.
Star Trek I: The Motion Picture [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ William Shatner
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A different edition, 7 Mar 2013
I have rated this one star only as it is not the film I thought it was. I already have a box set of original cast Star Trek films in which Star Trek: The Motion Picture is the theatrical version. Reading the five star reviews they all mentioned the director's cut version with director Robert Wise's improvements so I assumed that is what I was getting. I didn't - this is the theatrical version from the box sets. Amazon should really make it clear when publishing reviews that they refer to the specific version being advertised. As it is, I feel cheated. I really enjoy the film (it is worth four stars) but I would love to see the one I thought I was ordereing.