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Top Reviewer Ranking: 8,979 - Total Helpful Votes: 330 of 357
Johnny Cash: 20 Original Albums ~ Johnny Cash
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
I'm not going to review this collection in the conventional manner because if you are looking at this product and considering purchasing it then you are almost certainly a Johnny Cash fan already, meaning you know that you're going to like most (or even all) of these 20 albums. So instead I'm going to include here some basic information that could come in useful.

The albums:

1. "The Fabulous Johnny Cash"
2. "Hymns By Johnny Cash"
3. "Songs Of Our Soil"
4. "Now, There Was A Song!"
5. "Ride This Train"
6. "I Walk The Line"
7. "Bitter Tears"
8. "Orange Blossom Special"
9. "Sings The Ballads Of The True West"
10. "Everybody… Read more
Immortal Beloved [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Gary Oldman
Immortal Beloved [DVD] DVD ~ Gary Oldman
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
One thing's for sure, this film alone could convert anyone to Beethoven, and in my case it did. I bought it over a year ago and have watched it anywhere between half a dozen and a dozen times. I've literally lost count now. Gary Oldman's performance is as good as you would expect from this world-class actor, he makes Beethoven thoroughly engaging and sympathetic even while revealing him as the arrogant, proud, suspicious and indeed intimidating human being he almost certainly was. His excellent performance here (mostly nuanced with occasional eruptions of his trademark fire) was worthy of at least an Oscar nomination but this was the same year as Forrest Gump dominated the Academy Awards so… Read more
The Small Assassin by Ray Bradbury
The Small Assassin by Ray Bradbury
Contents of this 1962 short story collection:

"The Small Assassin"
"The Next in Line"
"The Lake"
"The Crowd"
"Jack-in-the-Box"
"The Man Upstairs"
"The Cistern"
"The Tombstone"
"The Smiling People"
"The Handler"
"Let's Play 'Poison'"
"The Night"
"The Dead Man"

These are all deliciously dark examples of Bradbury's early 'Weird Fiction' stage, when he wrote for Dime Mystery Magazine, Weird Tales and Harper's. They are a cross between mystery, fantasy, psychological horror and supernatural fiction and contain some of his most imaginative creations. To be savored!

I would also… Read more