' Perspective pries to your once weighty eyes, and it gives you wings '
Helpful votes received on reviews:97% (64 of 66)
Location: England. UK
In My Own Words:
A lit of interests and well.....non interests! snow, summer rain, lawn mowers n gliders (sound of) during summer, freshly baked bread, the stars, forgotten songs, the sea surf and sand, hot air balloons, clouds, laughter, rain outside a car, praise, power cuts....friends, receiving a gift, marmite (honestly), peanut butter, sushi, bi-planes, climbing trees, creativity, my bed, music, comedy, sex, … Read more
A lit of interests and well.....non interests! snow, summer rain, lawn mowers n gliders (sound of) during summer, freshly baked bread, the stars, forgotten songs, the sea surf and sand, hot air balloons, clouds, laughter, rain outside a car, praise, power cuts....friends, receiving a gift, marmite (honestly), peanut butter, sushi, bi-planes, climbing trees, creativity, my bed, music, comedy, sex, the sun, photos/photography, memories, old buildings, sunrises, dreams, my geetar /banjo /accordion / jews harp / keyboard / didgeridoo / harmonica . DISLKIES and in no particular order...being overly critical and judgmental, megalomania, snakes, spiders, loneliness, sadness, marrowfat pea's, the rat race, modern life, arrogance, bullying, parking tickets, cold sores, obsequiousness, procrastinating, liars, cheaters, day time TV, American romantic comedies, wars, conflict, peppers, loan adverts, mobile phone users in cars, breaking nails/guitar, roadwork’s, traffic jams.
It seems out of character for a Gorillaz album to materialise so soon after its predecessor. There was a four year gap between the 'self-titled' album and 'Demon Days' and five years between that and 'Plastic Beach'. So many of us are still digesting Plastic Beach and 'pop' there's a new album. The reason being, 'The Fall' is not really a conventional album in the true sense of the word. What Albarn has essentially done is produced an almost solo effort "recorded between Montreal and Vancouver over 32 days last autumn in North America". The album has been completely created on an iPad using various applications.
So off the bat this is worlds apart from what was experienced with… Read more
Wall-E, as any decent film should, covers a range of topics; the advent of technology and the superseding of raw human values with machinery. Global warming, Capitalism. All these themes neatly fit into what is essentially, a love story. Now...there's something about animated objects which strike the right chord; they pull on the heart strings and, maybe only in my case, that seems to happen mostly in films portraying animals or machines. Wall-E is no exception, and a large degree of success is based around the protagonist's inability to, basically, speak. This inability to speak is every single way round the absolute charm of the film.
This game lights up the mind, and is a treat for the senses.
Sometimes console games surpass certain standards of acceptance and take things a step further. This game does just that. What I mean by that is there seems to be similar features that re-occur throughout video games, predictability ensues; games fall from being magnificent to good. Which is no huge criticism, we all need escapisms and video games are, by and by an effective means of pursuing this. However this is no average game, this doesn't fall into mediocrity and its attention to detail from every aspect make it stand out; it is one of those gems that could inspire people non too keen on console gaming to take a… Read more