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WWF: Summerslam 2000 [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Wwe
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Summerslam, 15 Sep 2014
My Summerslam 2000 Review: Right to Censor vs Too Cool & Rikishi, 2.5/5 average match not much to say. Road Dogg vs X-Pac, 3/5 a Decent match with some good moves and the two had great chemistry. Inter-Gender Tag Team Match for the Intercontinental Title Val Venis(c) & Trish Stratus vs Eddie Guerrero & Chyna, a Great match and was defiantly one of the top bouts of the night in my opinion 3.5/5. Hardcore Title Match Shane Mcmahon(c) vs Steve Blackman, 3/5 great match with the infamous bump of the stage that Shane took it's still as epic at 19 as it was at 6 to him fall that far down. 2 out of 3 falls Chris Jericho vs Chris Benoit, 3/5 it was a pretty good match but I'd expect them to do a… Read more
Gangs of New York [DVD] [2003] <b>DVD</b> ~ Daniel Day-Lewis
Gangs of New York [DVD] [2003] DVD ~ Daniel Day-Lewis
This is great it follows the great struggle of the city of New York as it tries to forge it's identity as does the rest of America during this turbulent time period in the countries history. We start with the dead rabbits fighting the American Natives where the Irish gangs leader priest fallen is killed by Bill the butcher the leader of the natives and his son witnesses this and escapes to live in hells gate till his mid 20's where he arrives back to the city he left many a year ago, he plans to exact revenge on mr cutting the man who murdered his father many years earlier but instead becomes almost a son to him and he must then bide his time before making the kill, overall a love this as I… Read more
Bicentennial Man [DVD] [2000] <b>DVD</b> ~ Robin Williams
Bicentennial Man [DVD] [2000] DVD ~ Robin Williams
As you can see from my review title this is more than just about a a robot wanting to become a man but more of ones self journey through life and searching for it's meaning and by the end Andrew Martin achieves just that and a whole lot more. We begin with Andrew as he is being halled into the living room where he would meet his family for the next 200+ years giver or take, they (the family) soon realize that Andrew is no ordinary robot he is unique he has emotion, feelings and desires of a normal human being and along the way displays those things in such a way that he becomes an honouray part of their family. As his owners grow older they of course eventually sitcom to death and he has… Read more