Gordon Richard

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 86% (37 of 43)
Location: Jersey Channel Islands U.K.
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 314,661 - Total Helpful Votes: 37 of 43
How Do I Live ~ LeAnn Rimes
How Do I Live ~ LeAnn Rimes
5.0 out of 5 stars How Do I Live, 29 Oct 2011
Four different versions of the same song by LeAnn Rimes might seem overkill, but there is enough difference between each track to make the whole very interesting. It might well be that the various versions were recorded for consideration by the makers of the movie 'Con-Air'as the song figured prominently in it.

As it turned out, the movie-makers preferred the version by Trisha Yearwood and for me, they were right, as Yearwood evokes a more heart-searching mood in the way she sings it than does Rimes. LeAnn Rimes has a great deal more power and range than Yearwood but has a tendency to introduce unnecessary ups, downs and extra words in her versions which detract from the required… Read more
Burt's Bees Baby Bee Shampoo and Wash by Burt's Bees
22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars PH Neutral Shampoo, 3 April 2011
For those people who must have a PH Neutral shampoo because of skin sensitivity, allergies or because they are having chemotherapy, this is the product for most of them I suggest.

I have been using it and it is especially good in that it doubles as a body wash so is ideal for taking showers as you wash your hair. It does leave the hair a little dry but an appropriate conditioner will take care of that.

As a body wash it is very good as a small amount goes a long way. I recommend the product for the reasons stated and because it is definitely value for money.
The Last Of The Mohicans [1992] [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Daniel Day-Lewis
The Last Of The Mohicans [1992] [DVD] DVD ~ Daniel Day-Lewis
0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
A fine adventure film with yet another tour de force by Daniel Day-Lewis, but as with the original starring Randolph Scott, it strays too far from the original story by J. Fennimore Cooper and loses something in the process. The politics of the time, the reasons for the war with France and particularly why certain Indian tribes affiliated with one side or the other are glossed over, as is why the Mohicans are down to only two survivors. The Day-Lewis character is called Nathaniel throught instead of 'Hawkeye', a name bestowed on him because of his unerring skill with his rifle, a key factor in the book. There are characters in the book who are not in the film so the interconnections suffer… Read more