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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,595 - Total Helpful Votes: 2863 of 4059
Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception (PS3) by Sony
3.0 out of 5 stars Drake's Delusion, 21 Aug 2014
There's no doubt that Uncharted 3 is a spectacular game in terms of design and imagination, though it falls down when it comes to story and irritating programming. At this point I feel that franchise fatigue is setting in and that evenly releasing the series two years apart means it's all very routine and formulaic and the developers are just rehashing the gameplay and transplanting the engine from one sequel to another. Nathan Drake still sticks to things when you don't want him to, will dive and roll when you want him to take cover, and will pick up the wrong thing because the buttons have been assigned too many different controls depending on the environment. It's a straight-up cut and… Read more
Layer Cake [Blu-ray] [2007] [Region Free] <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ Daniel Craig
4.0 out of 5 stars The name is XXXX, 21 Aug 2014
I'd never heard of Daniel Craig pre-2004. Within a short space of time he starred in Enduring Love and this movie, and all of a sudden there was a new British leading man. But don't go thinking that he's a super-suave secret agent in Layer Cake. If anything XXXX is a bit of a helpless wimp when it comes to physicality.

The unusual marketing for Layer Cake, featuring a yellow Land Rover with an iron scalding the hood, is what drew me in initially. I was worried that it would be horribly flamboyant in the vein of Guy Richie. Thankfully director Matthew Vaughn wanted to develop his own style and the resulting movie is much more refined and laid-back.

XXXX is a coke dealer… Read more
When Summer Ends by Isabelle Rae
When Summer Ends by Isabelle Rae
Since summer came to an abrupt close rather quickly this year I figured reading chick-lit candy called "When Summer Ends" would be an appropriate thing to do. The first idiosyncrasy I noticed about WSE is that it is published by Amazon (basically a self-published book). Why? Probably because there's no way a genuine publisher would put this to hardback (at least not in its current form). WSE is a VERY overwritten novel and Isabella Rae seems to lose control of it in several places, even repeating herself time and time again. You can be reading for hours and never really feel like you're getting anywhere with it, which can be frustrating. There are also innumerable spelling and grammatical… Read more

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