Helpful votes received on reviews: 94% (15 of 16)


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Casio GW-4000-1A2ER G-Shock Radio Solar Gents Watc&hellip Casio
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I've had many G-Shock Casio watches over the last 20 years and certainly from an aesthetic perspective this is one of the more attractive versions, particularly the light blue detail. Clear and precise day and date markers and very luminous detail after hours!
It arrived well within the time as specified by the retailer and once the "Home City" is set up you can either simply allow the auto-update by the local time signal to take effect or manually set up the exact time. A bit more bulky than I'd anticipated when I ordered it but nevertheless a top-quality, sturdy, accurate and attractive time-piece, tough enough to withstand "end-of-the-world" type scenarios!
Blitz [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Jason Statham
Blitz [DVD] DVD ~ Jason Statham
I always think that this type of hard-hitting, burnt-out-cop, on-the-ragged-edge, single, living alone, no-messing, whisky-sipping, no real regard for authority cop-thrillers are all the more in your face when they are set in the U.K. and Blitz starring Jason Statham in the lead role really fits the brief like a glove.
Briefly he's a London Detective, no frills, Dirty Harry type character who gets the job done following a snort and grimace and choosing the path of most resistance.
Brief synopsis there's a real horrid toe-rag (Aiden Gillen) who's starting killing cops as a revenge for an embarrassing beating he received in a snooker hall from Statham a while back and now Statham… Read more
Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Steve Carell
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
I wasn't sure what to expect when I began watching this film recently. Steve Carrel from the American Office and Date Night etc starring so I figured a comedic element of sorts and the very versatile and so demure Miss Knightley together with a splash of the ever excellent Martin Sheen and William Petersen albeit very briefly combine to make one of the best and hugely enjoyable bitter-sweet, black-comedy, tear-jerkers of all time. I honestly haven't had that "lump in my throat" sensation since Ghost (1990) and as other commenters have posted that this film cleverly steers away for the most part from the science and technical aspect of an end-of-the-world,… Read more