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The Animals Of Farthing Wood: The Journey Begins [&hellip <b>VHS</b> ~ Rupert Farley
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars farthing wood, 23 April 2007
Though obviously based on the books by Colin Dann, the story itself is heavily based on Richard Adam's "Watership Down" novel. It has obvious similarities such as the pike in the river, a clumsy water bird, and their homeland being destroyed by human building, and more. Being they're both set in the north too, there are bound to be influences anyway.

Animals of Farthing Wood is simply a classic though, and I find it more enjoyable than Watership Down. It teaches children that not everything is rainbows and butterflies all the time, and animals will suffer because of the thoughtless activities of humans (though not all humans are depilated as bad, such as the Warden and the… Read more
Invader Zim 1: Doom Doom Doom [DVD] [2002] [Region&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Andy Berman
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Doom Doom blah, 2 Jun 2004
So yea, basically Zim is a short Irken alien from the planet.. Irk, where height matters. On the first Impending Doom mission, Zim got "carried away" in one of the Mega Doomers and trashed the barracks, destroying most of it, and that being done he was banished. But a while later after the place was re-built, n' Invaders come from all over to see if they passed their training test to be given a mission with Impending Doom II. So yea, Zim harasses his bosses until he is given a planet to invade, until finally the bosses come up with a plan. They send him on a "secret mission" to nowhere, to get rid of him... obviously unknown to Zim. With his demented yet cute SIR Unit, (made out of junk… Read more
Worms World Party (Focus) by Focus Multimedia Ltd
Worms World Party (Focus) by Focus Multimedia Ltd
33 of 39 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars WWP, 30 May 2002
An excellent 2-D PC game that will keep you entertained and on your computer for hours. With your team of 1-8 worms, on your terrain which you CAN make yourself, use wacky weapons such as Super Sheep, Homing Pigeons, Banana Bombs, etc. And more normal weapons such as Homing Missiles, Bazookas, Uzi, Cluster Bombs, Grenades, Dynamite or any of the 70+ weapons to kill your enemies, to show their different grave stones. Each Worm can have up to around 250 Life Points.
While in play, crates will fall in which you can collect that contain the more rarer weapons such as the Concreate Donkey, Nuclear Strike and Super Banana Bomb. Along with Aid Crates and Tool Kits which contain stuff like… Read more