4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I found this film to be wonderfully sculptured, very moving and very sad.
This is beautifully made with spectacular scenes of the near & distant future.
I found it had a profound affect on me and I constantly reflect on the film and the emotion that David feels in his quest to become a 'real' boy.
A reference is made regarding David's 'emotions' and whether they will be reflected by Humans, this becomes a deciding factor when David's 'brother' becomes well again and does not like having a 'Mecha' in the family.
All that 'David' wants is the unconditional love of his mother and he believes he can achieve this by becoming a real boy and spends 2000 years at the bottom of… Read more
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This album encapsulates what Ozzy & Randy were about.
Making great music.
Am not going to discuss the terrible loss the music industry suffered when Randy Rhoads died.
This has to be my favorite of all Ozzy (et al)'s albums.
Not only does it have 'Paranoid' and 'Iron Man', but my two favorites 'Crazy Train' and 'Mr Crowley'.
The solo by Randy at the end of Mr Crowley proves what a genius he was & what great songs the two wrote.
Would be 100 stars if possible.