Helpful votes received on reviews: 63% (10 of 16)


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American Ground: Unbuilding the World Trade Centre by William Langewiesche
0 of 4 people found the following review helpful
I am a bit of a fanatic reader when it comes to September 11th I had friends and family involved and so i try to read everything i can on the subject. There were some really shocking and controversial statements made in this book which I thought were in poor taste (that the fireman at Ground Zero were only concerned with retrieving their fallen brothers and according to this author they had little interest in recuing other Emergency service personnel trapped in the buildings - CRAZY, these statements are blatantly not true!). It seems to me as a reader of lots of these books that the author really has an issue with fireman as he slates them at every chance he gets.
To me the author has… Read more
Wargames [VHS] [1983] <b>VHS</b> ~ Matthew Broderick
Wargames [VHS] [1983] VHS ~ Matthew Broderick
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wicked, 5 Feb 2004
This is one of those films that many of us grew up with in our youth - you know what i mean, it falls into the same category as The Goonies, BMX Bandits and the Indiana Jones and Star Wars trilogies. This was the first film that brought Matthew Broderick to the fore in a relatively simple role. A young computer nerd accidently hacks into the mainframe defence computer in charge of the Defending the USA - nearly beginning World War three. The story may be simple but in many ways like all great films that is what makes it effective. I unreservedly love this film and the scene where Matthew Brodericks dad uses bread to spread butter onto his corn on the cob is a priceless moment in cinema - if… Read more