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Helpful votes received on reviews: 88% (199 of 226)
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 56,697 - Total Helpful Votes: 199 of 226
Cloud Atlas [DVD + UV Copy] [2013] <b>DVD</b> ~ Tom Hanks
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Cloud Atlas is "movie marmite", you'll either wonder where the three hours went or get bored and fall asleep. This is a complex and ingenious film, with superb performances by pretty much everyone involved. Winding its way from the days of tall ships and empire building, through the present, then on through a bleak and depressing future and even further beyond, it is a huge film. This is Science Fiction as you have never quite seen it before and really needs to be seen on the 'big screen' to fully do it justice.
Roxy Music ~ Roxy Music
Roxy Music ~ Roxy Music
5.0 out of 5 stars A Massive Debut Album, 26 Feb 2014
It was Friday 30th June 1972 when Roxy Music and Alice Cooper (whoever put these two bands together in the same gig was either a fool or a genius), appeared at Wembley Arena. I had followed Roxy for about a year before Wembley and felt they were one of the most original British bands of their time. The contrast between Alice's theatrical performance and Roxy's eclectic mix of avant-garde, classical, progressive rock and folk music, was destined to result in strong and widely divided opinions.

The Ziggyesque, glam-rock, stage appearance of the band members was undoubtedly a put-off to many the moment they took to the stage and it was pretty clear to me that few at the gig even… Read more
Love It To Death ~ Alice Cooper
Love It To Death ~ Alice Cooper
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Friday 30 June 1972, 20 Feb 2014
I had actually gone to see Roxy Music at Wembley and frankly had never heard of Alice Cooper before the gig, A mixture of "Love it to Death" and "Killer" I walked out of the Arena as if my senses had just been mugged. I bought both albums on cassette at the gig and played them until they finally died in the dark recesses of my cassette player. Franky I had played them so much the initial respect I had for them had faded, they had literally been "loved to death".

After watching the BBC replay of the Hammersmith Apollo "Brutal Planet" gig I ordered the "Brutally Live" DVD and rediscovered the band. That led to a rush to catch up for lost time… Read more

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