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Helpful votes received on reviews: 72% (256 of 358)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 5,452 - Total Helpful Votes: 256 of 358
Forgotten Men [DVD]
4.0 out of 5 stars A Forgotten Lesson, 29 July 2014
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This film was made in 1934 and when viewing it this should be born in mind. It is introduced by General Sir Ian Hamilton (who commanded the Allied troops at Gallipoli) speaking in the strangulated tones of the upper class of the time. The film takes the form almost of an illustrated lecture by Sir John Hammerly, a prominent historian of WW1, with an audience of ex servicemen. The theme is anti-war and the forgotten men who participated in "The Great War" There is a film record which is amazing-full of shots which have rarely been seen. Some really gruesome and realistic of men being killed or wounded. It covers many areas of the war such as Russia, Italy and Turkey.also air and sea… Read more
Braun Oral-B PRO 2000 CrossAction 2-Mode Rechargea&hellip by Oral-B
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This is an excellent product. Easy to set up in seconds You have to wait till the battery is charged but the light indicator will tell when it is ready. It was recommended by my dentist so I can't go higher than that. Very easy to use.
Rita, Sue And Bob Too! [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Siobhan Finneran
Rita, Sue And Bob Too! [DVD] DVD ~ Siobhan Finneran
5.0 out of 5 stars Under-rated, 20 Jun 2014
I found this film very funny. It concerns the relationship between a husband and his two teenaged baby sitters. This quickly becomes sexual but light hearted. What makes this film so good is the tremendous characterisation of all the cast right down to the smallest part. An under-rated minor classic.