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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,466,452 - Total Helpful Votes: 59 of 66
Finding Nemo (2 Disc Collector's Edition) [DVD] [2&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Albert Brooks
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
If you're a fan of Pixar's previous efforts (Monsters, Inc.; Toy Story etc) you'll be expecting state of the art animation, a cracking story and a great script voiced by top quality actors. You won't be disappointed here: this is probably the best yet and appeals to children and adults alike. The animation is simply incredible but what makes the biggest impression is the quality of direction and the pace of the story. Writer/director Andrew Stanton wisely steers clear of mawkish sentimentality and aims for a simple tale of a little fish (i.e boy) who gets lost and then found by his dad. Great script, voice acting and much humour is to be found along the way with a nice finale. Superb and… Read more
Rush In Rio ~ Rush
Rush In Rio ~ Rush
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Superb return to form, 28 Dec 2003
Listening to this CD set reminded me of why I fell in love with Rush all those (22) years ago. Power, unrivalled musicianship(these guys can really play- why are they so underrated?)and a bonkers Brazilian audience that makes you feel as if you were there (a cliche- I know). Recording quality isn't the best but that's a great part of its appeal. Rush lost their way somewhat in the late 80's and most of the 90's but if you were ever in any doubt that they're back on form listen to this! It's a tad rough but Geddy sings better than ever, you can actually hear Alex more clearly than for some time on a live Rush album and Neil is, er Neil (i.e. the best drummer on the planet. Buy it by the… Read more
Physical Graffiti ~ Led Zeppelin
Physical Graffiti ~ Led Zeppelin
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely essential!, 25 Nov 2003
So much has been written about Led Zeppelin that its difficult to find an original angle to write about- but all you need to know is that Physical Graffiti is a towering achievement in rock records and a frequent member of most top 50 albums of all time. Its fair to say that this was Zep at their absolute best- it couldn't and wasn't surpassed after this. I first had this in vinyl in 1981 and remains a frequent player in my house to this day. The unitiated listener will be surprised by the sheer variety on this record- plenty of blues influences (Custard Pie, In My Time of Dying) but with funk, folk, pop, and anything else you care to think of. It was conceived at a time when punk wasn't so… Read more