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Mr. M. J. Burgess

"Martin Burgess"
(REAL NAME)
Me at work. Ignore the watermelon.
Helpful votes received on reviews: 74% (148 of 199)
Location: Plymouth, Devon, UK
Birthday: 19 July
In My Own Words:
I work for the BBC and I also work in a doctor's surgery. My partner is Robert and although he doesn't like Queen and Dad's Army, I still love him.

Interests
Movie-wise I like Woody Allen, The Godfather, Heat, Star Wars, Carry Ons and James Bond. TV-wise I like old '70s British sitcoms and not much US stuff except Twin Peaks and 24. Music-wise I like the Beatles, Queen, the Smiths, Pet Shop Boys and Chr… Read more

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 146,689 - Total Helpful Votes: 148 of 199
Carry On Screaming [Blu-ray] [1966] <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ Harry H. Corbett
Carry On Screaming [Blu-ray] [1966] Blu-ray ~ Harry H. Corbett
I'm beyond excited at receiving this in the post today. A Carry On film looking better than ever! Chances are you are having a better quality viewing experience than those who saw it at the cinema in the '60s. More please!
Star Trek / Star Trek Into Darkness Double Pack [B&hellip <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ Chris Pine
2 of 6 people found the following review helpful
I bought this off Amazon because I couldn't find it any shops anywhere. It arrived promptly and in excellent condition. The Blu-rays themselves are OK. Excellent sound and picture quality but NO extras on Star Trek and very few extras on Star Trek Into Darkness. As for the films themselves, the first one is the best. The second one somewhat unnecessarily rehashes the old Star Trek II - The Wrath of Khan plot. Why? Just do something new for gawd's sake! Aside from that quibble, the gang are on fine form and Benedict Cumberbatch is very, very good (as one would expect).
Kill Uncle ~ Morrissey
Kill Uncle ~ Morrissey
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
I got hold of this on the day of release and have been listening in the car. Much has been said of this album since its orignal release, so I won't add to that too much. This album was much criticised upon its original release over 20 years ago. Following his triumphant debut solo, Viva Hate and the amazing compilation, Bona Drag this must have seemed somewhat disappointing; running at just over half an hour and taking on board Fairground Attraction's Mark Nevin as co-writer and guitarist. It's also the only album in his canon to use Madness producers Langer/Winstanley. (Even Bedders & Woody are in Moz's band for this one). When I first heard the original in the early '90s I instantly… Read more

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