T. Ridd

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 75% (9 of 12)
Location: Leeds, UK.


Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,533,588 - Total Helpful Votes: 9 of 12
Training Day [2002] [DVD] [2001] <b>DVD</b> ~ Denzel Washington
Training Day [2002] [DVD] [2001] DVD ~ Denzel Washington
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
This film follows a new officer of the narcotics division of a police force. Although, when he gets offered some 'narcotics' by his superior officer, he starts to question the seriousness of his boss. All-in-all, the whole film encompasses a serious issue, and allows people like us to see the consequences. The disk lacks extras, but doesn't seem to matter when you realise it is a really decent watch. Also, the 'office' is the koolest thing I've ever seen.. you'll know what I mean when you watch the film.
Reservoir Dogs (2 Disc Special Edition) [1993] [DV&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Harvey Keitel
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Resevoir Dogs. This film is funny, violent, blood-happy, and gun-totable. Note that this DVD lets you in on a few secrets of the making of the film that the earlier DVD's didn't, for example, cast interviews with the policeman and Mr. Blonde let you in on the secret that Mr. Blonde did actually drive the policeman around in the back of his car for about half an hour before shooting the scene where the policeman gets pulled out of the boot/trunk (UK/US) of the car, which lasts about twenty seconds. The poor soul. So, enjoy it as much as I did.
'Why do I have to be Mr. Pink?'
The Fifth Element Special Edition [1997] [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Bruce Willis
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Big badaboom., 31 Mar 2005
This film is by far one of the funniest sci-fi movies ever. It features Bruce Willis in a sort of futuristic, quirky, parody of Die Hard... with no Die Hard. Brucey plays a taxi driver who happens upon a super-hot alien female, namedly Milla 'Lee-Loo' Jovovich. They end up running away and stuff, yes I tell stories well, but I'm not here to spoil it. This is very quirky, and brilliant for the time it was made in. Luc Besson pulled a big hit with Fifth, and this DVD compacts a lot more extras in than the first DVD of Fifth. Also... did I mention that Chris Tucker plays a VERY camp radio-show host? Well yes... yes he does. Enjoy. ENJOY!!

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