Alonzo Mosely

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World Peace Is None Of Your Business ~ Morrissey
4 of 16 people found the following review helpful
If you loved his last album, then you'll probably like this one. Lead track is very good, reminded me of his peak period in the mid 90s, but it all kind of goes downhill after that. A brief reprieve with the Smiths-like 'Mountjoy' towards the end, but the majority of this album is bereft of a decent melody. However, the production has managed to shy away from the tune-less chuggathon that was 'Years of Refusal', but the lack of new melodic structure within his music continues to be Morrissey's downfall.
Hello Ladies - Season 1 [DVD] [2015] <b>DVD</b> ~ Stephen Merchant
Hello Ladies - Season 1 [DVD] [2015] DVD ~ Stephen Merchant
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The Merchant Touch, 16 Dec 2013
Watching Merchant's recent stage show, and this TV Series, you start to realise exactly what Merchant brings to the table with shows such as; `The Office' and `Extras'. Merchant's natural ability to set up a running gag has been somewhat missing from Gervais' `Derek'.

`Hello Ladies' is basically about a British looser called Stuart Pritchard (played by Merchant), an unlucky in love, 30 something, living life in L.A., but when it comes to his desperate attempts to impress the ladies, it seems Stuart is his own worst enemy. Enlisting the help of his best friend; Wade - a fellow 30 something who happens to be going through an emotional separation from his wife - Stuart shows a… Read more
The Last Stand [DVD] [2013] <b>DVD</b> ~ Arnold Schwarzenegger
The Last Stand [DVD] [2013] DVD ~ Arnold Schwarzenegger
4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
One of the great things about 'The Last Stand' is that it reminded me of the action films of the the 80s. Just lots of guns, violence, and wonderfully choreographed action sequences. It is just something that has been missing from all the so-called action films of the last twenty years.

For once it seems the writer has actually gone to the bother of creating a plot, and allows the film to build tension via the script, rather than relying in a constant stream of poorly constructed CGI. It is a proper action film with real stunts. However, it seems this element of realistic action is somewhat lost on today's younger generation, who don't seem to mind Hollywood's current obsession… Read more

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