Michael Shea

"truth teller"
(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 74% (45 of 61)
Location: London, England
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,025,449 - Total Helpful Votes: 45 of 61
Kiniki Andre Swim Micro Mens Underwear Black Kiniki
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Trunks For Hunks!, 26 May 2013
I have worn these on several occasions at my local pool, though only when I am feeling confident, as they do leave little to the imagination: I have had giggles and gasps but a couple of the lady lifeguards definitely like me in them, and I flirt and pose poolside with them... phone numbers... swell.... I am a serious(ish) swimmer and they are certainly good for lap swimming and I do a little diving. They dry easily and are a simple slip and off kinda swim briefs. I would prefer a drawstring, for, when wet, they can slip just a little at the front and back. I recommend them; however, even I mostly wear less revealing briefs, so they are not for the shy! Anyway, enjoy.
How We Built Britain (BBC) [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ David Dimbleby
How We Built Britain (BBC) [DVD] DVD ~ David Dimbleby
5.0 out of 5 stars Escapism And Education, 18 Oct 2009
Dimblebly at his best: relaxed, witty and informative. A glorious glimpse into times when stonemasons, architects and (building) planners knew their, er, onions! And the amateurish tosh of mi'lord shysters Rogers and Foster would have been fodder for the Tudorbethan street slurry. As good as his fine A Picture Of Britain series of 2005.
Knowing [DVD] [2009] <b>DVD</b> ~ Nicolas Cage
Knowing [DVD] [2009] DVD ~ Nicolas Cage
6 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Guys: what happens when all the "willing suspension of disbelief" (Samuel Taylor Coleridge) runs out?!

Firstly, I disagree with the other reviewers: the ending is superb: bittersweet, from the emotionally powerful and moving scene when the Cage character's son is taken away by the benign alien entities (possibly from another dimension), to the explosive finale when old Solar finally reaps its hiterto distant vengenace on the few (Illuminati and their unquestioning uniformed and suited underlings), yet sadly and unfairly kills the many (us). You have to enter into the imagination of such a premise to be able to appreciate it. How else could it have ended? Without being ruined by… Read more

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