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Red Dwarf: Series 3 [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Craig Charles
Red Dwarf: Series 3 [DVD] DVD ~ Craig Charles
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
This series of Red Dwarf DVDs has really re-created the interest in the Sci-Fi Comedy. Certainly its a terrific series and the advent of the future series' exploits.
Undoubtedly a terrific investment for all of those who enjoy the series, or just sitcom, this DVD crams in all the features associated with the two already-released DVDs and develops them, as well as some terrific menus which encapsulate the Red Dwarf experience precisely.
A superb DVD with the expected great quality that comes with it. The original televised series is good enough alone, but the features (such as Backwards being played forwards) make this DVD a classic. A must buy.
La Haine [DVD] [1995] <b>DVD</b> ~ Vincent Cassel
La Haine [DVD] [1995] DVD ~ Vincent Cassel
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Undoubtedly very few of us regularly watch a film in French. However, this is one that is worth it. The film is recorded in a harrowing, documentary style for a more poignant result overall. The same goes for it's black and white picture. The story depicts the lives of three young men in a Paris suburban estate, and it is hardly the easiest of lives.
Featuring violence, drugs and guns, this film uses strong and emotive themes in a relatively believable style and has been described as an accurate portrayal of the clashes between young ethnic minorities (it features characters of Jewish, Arabic and African origin as the main personalities in the film) and the police in France's less… Read more
WWF: Backlash 2002 [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Wwe
2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
WWE Backlash on DVD offers the usual array of extras expected from DVD releases involving wrestling. As a Pay Per View event, these always include the biggest and most famous stars of the wrestling company. This one is the same, providing Hulk Hogan, Triple H, Stone Cold Steve Austin and Undertaker, to name but a few. However, it is my opinion that this PPV lacked the level of intensity seen in other WWF/WWE events of the past. A spectacle yes, but not of the same calibre as Wrestlemania 17 or X-8, or the Summerslam series'. There is also a distinct lack of variety in the match styles (no true hardcore, ladder or cage varieties).
The extras include the usual mish-mash of interviews and… Read more