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Helpful votes received on reviews: 77% (27 of 35)
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,175,365 - Total Helpful Votes: 27 of 35
Street Signs ~ Ozomatli
Street Signs ~ Ozomatli
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
One of the most amazing facts about this band isn't that they manage to blend Angeleno Hip-Hop, Latin Rock, Barrio Funk, Jazz and Middle Eastern influences but that they are from LA. It really doesn't show except maybe for on the track "Who's to blame?" where former member 'Chali 2na' returns for an extremely pertinent rap.
The album flows seemlessly from track to track through seemingly limitless amount of genres and musical influences. With some tracks in English, some not and some both this is certainly a diverse album vocally and that doesn't even include their serious, political and important content.
"Believe" is ridden with Middle Eastern influences and leaps both feet… Read more
3 of 9 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Vanquish This Terrible Evil!, 22 May 2004
My expectations for this film were low. I thought it would be a high-budget action extravaganza with very little else. How wrong I was. It is so much less than that. There is almost nothing redeeming about this film.
The worst thing about this film is the script. The plot is almost non-existent and when some appears it is over in less than a minute to get on with the supposed 'action'. The script has destroyed brilliant complex characters from literature such as Van Helsing, Dracula and Frankenstein's Monster and turned them into wholly 1-dimensional action film characters, if you can even call them that. You get almost no sense of who they are or why they do what they do and there… Read more
Need for Speed Underground (PS2) by Electronic Arts
19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars NFS Goes Underground!, 29 Nov 2003
First of all I shall point out the most obvious change between NFS Underground and the previous games in the series. Where as the previous NFS games where all about racing exotic supercars Underground is all about modified cars. Some NFS purists may be put off by this but they should not be. Underground remains true to its name and both NFS vetrens and newcomers should feel right at home. The gameplay remains much the same; take an officialy licensed car and tear around a track as quickly as possible avoiding traffic and police as you go. Underground builds on this format. You can now customise your car with thousands of officialy licensed aftermarket parts including; wheels, under-car… Read more

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