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Helpful votes received on reviews: 93% (135 of 145)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,150 - Total Helpful Votes: 135 of 145
Inception [DVD] [2010] <b>DVD</b> ~ Leonardo DiCaprio
Inception [DVD] [2010] DVD ~ Leonardo DiCaprio
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This is an excellent movie by the talented 'Christopher Nolan', that needs to be experienced at the cinema to fully appreciate the mind blowing visual effects and diverse cinematography etc, but this is often the case with big budget films that are naturally geared towards being experienced within a cinematic scenario. The narrative is intriguing and complex, yet progressive and original, the cast is fantastic featuring the acting talent of 'Leonardo DiCaprio' and 'Ellen Page' with a good diverse range of characters and high quality acting throughout. The cinematography and location work is diverse and excellent whilst not to mention the visual effects which are innovative and mind blowing… Read more
The Rough Guide to New Zealand by Paul Whitfield
The Rough Guide to New Zealand by Paul Whitfield
I purchased this to prepare for a trip to New Zealand as it contains a rich depth of useful information covering all the essential areas you would expect and I was impressed at the volume of information and the comparatively low cost, as such this forms an excellent guide. Based upon my own individual experiences, when considering purchasing a travel guide it usually comes down to only two popular choices; that being purchasing the 'Rough Guide' or the 'Lonely Planet' equivalent. However my own preference has always been to opt for the 'Rough Guide' over the 'Lonely Planet' as in comparison the 'Rough Guide' is typically cheaper and contains considerably more information. I have found… Read more
Ghost Dog - The Way Of The Samurai [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Forest Whitaker
This is an amazing film and a must see for any fan of the directing talents of 'Jim Jarmusch' and the acting talent of 'Forest Whitaker'. The film focuses on the isolation and violence of inner city life, surrounding the life of a reclusive 'retainer' who contract kills for a gangster friend out of allegiance due to saving his life as a youth. However to reduce it to merely a violent action film is to misunderstand and belittle the films intentions as thoughtful art house cinema which follows the day to day life and consequent isolation of the lead character as he carries out his contracts while continuously ruminating upon his fascination with 'the code of the Bushido'. By night he… Read more