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Harold Lloyd: The Definitive Collection [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Harold Lloyd
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Only a few months ago I heard about Harold Lloyd. I loved Charlie Chaplin when I was a kid and lately I watched his works again - that was when Harold Lloyd's name came out. I watched clips from Safety Last! first on internet, liked it very much, and bought this box-set so the whole family could also watch. This turns out to be one of the best DVDs I ever bought. My parents, sister & 7 year-old niece (who at first asked where was the colour gone), all loved watching the movies. The good thing about silent movies is, there are not many dialogues, and I didn't have to tire myself out to translate, as my mother doesn't speak English and my niece has only begun to learn it. We all laugh out… Read more
The Count of Monte Cristo [VHS] (2002) <b>VHS</b> ~ Jim Caviezel
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Transforming a thick classic novel into a 2-hour-movie is not an easy task and too risky, especially if it is well known and well loved. Here comes one more director who dares to take the challenge and in this case, he picks Alexandre Dumas’s The Count of Monte Cristo. The book itself has easily become one of my favourites: it’s about a journey of an honest man who is thrown to the depth of hell by jealousy and when he can get out, he seek vengeance upon his enemies.
Basically, this movie is very wonderful --- if I hadn’t read the book. However as I have, I must admit that I’m not very pleased with how the plot is changed. It is actually a good step from the… Read more
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime (Modern Classics) by Oscar Wilde
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
This book contains 8 short stories: Lord Arthur Savile's Crime, The Canterville Ghost, The Model Millionaire, The Young King, The Fisherman and His Soul, The Portrait of Mr W.H, (and 2 stories for children:) The Happy Prince, and The Devoted Friend.
I always like the style of Wilde's writing. His is not so hard to read and the language is beautiful, you can quote so many.

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