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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,487 - Total Helpful Votes: 2829 of 4009
Speed 2: Cruise Control [Blu-ray] [1997] [US Impor&hellip <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ Jason Patric
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Ludicrous Speed, 4 July 2014
Summer 1997 - a high-octane trailer for Speed 2 precedes Con Air in cinemas. Audiences are impressed. "That looks good", they say. Con Air is a number 1 hit in early June. One week later (Friday the 13th no doubt) it is knocked-off the top spot by Speed 2. Audiences are still shell-shocked by the trailer and by memories of the 1994 hit. By the following week all goodwill that anyone was willing to lend the film had evaporated and it plummeted from the top spot at the box office to fifth. Two weeks later it would be out of the top 10. A bad result for a $110-million movie.

Speed 2 was originally scheduled for release in the UK in October 1997 but was switched with Volcano (another… Read more
Need for Speed: The Run (PS3) by Electronic Arts
Need for Speed: The Run (PS3) by Electronic Arts
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Word of advice to developers and publishers: if you sell your game on speed, the need for it, and have the word in the title, then don't punish the player for wanting it.

Should I actually bother doing a review for this junk or should I just give you a long list of complaints? I suppose they'd be one and the same.

You play as Jack, a young troublemaker who finds himself in deep with the mob. In the opening scene you escape a car compactor and flee the gangsters who are out to kill you. Right away you are enrolled in a West-to-East coast cross-country race (sort of a reverse Turbo OutRun) for a grand prize that… Read more
This Is What Happy Looks Like by Jennifer E. Smith
This Is What Happy Looks Like by Jennifer E. Smith
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3.0 out of 5 stars Smiley Face, 4 July 2014
There's nothing wrong with some teenage chick-lit to balance out the various other literary genres you may find yourself wading through. You'd be hard pushed to find summertime fiction out there that isn't chick-lit, but TIWHLL is perfect for reading at the beach if that is the sort of thing that you are after.

Ellie and Graham are two 17-year-olds who end up e-mailing other by accident and begin a minimalistic online relationship. Neither of them know each other's names but seem to connect on a deeper level without meaning to. In real life Graham is a Zach Efron-type movie star and Ellie is the illegitimate daughter of of a politician secreted away in a quiet Maine coastal town… Read more

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