Mr. A. Kinsella

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 80% (16 of 20)
Location: Salford, UK
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 744,283 - Total Helpful Votes: 16 of 20
We Are The Best! [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Mira Barkhammar
We Are The Best! [DVD] DVD ~ Mira Barkhammar
5.0 out of 5 stars Like Ghost Town, 20 July 2014
A film laced with charm, humour and superbly developed characters, as a study of childhood and growing up, this underrated masterpiece is on a par with the mighty Boyhood. Like Ghost Town, We Are The Best fleshes out the engaging animated novel with energy and imagination. You'll love the three young girls and forgive their everyday foibles, such is their sincerity and freshness. Unlike the Hollywood feelgood style of School Of Rock, these girls know their music is less than brilliant. The point is that they choose to play it - an act of simple rebellion that informs their identities and shapes their lives and attitudes. The Scandinavian punk soundtrack drives along the lovely narrative and… Read more
Believe ~ Justin Bieber
Believe ~ Justin Bieber
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Justin Bieber ... The Next Messiah... The Shape Shifter Who Will Reinvent Aural Experiences... The Abstract Cure For Every Global Catastrophe From Natural Disasters To Dictatorial Genocide. From the first toe-tapping, mellow beat of this monumentally awesome recording, the woes of the world vanish into the gaping ether and suddenly... sunshine swamps every nation and unreconstructed joy pervades every soul with a passion. The lame can walk. The blind can see. The acne-riddled are as smooth and unblemished as pre-Lapsarian Eden. Justin has risen. Every note that warbles from his juvenile jaws explodes like a Millenium firework display. Mugabe hugs white farmers and gives them their land back… Read more
A Whole New World ~ Katie Price and Peter Andre
A Whole New World ~ Katie Price and Peter Andre
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
There are albums that metaphorically denote and are, indeed, synonymous with the era they were born into. Dark Side Of The Moon is the soundtrack to the drug-fuelled decades in which homo-sapiens seek their identity within the vast and infinite wastelands of our oblivious universe; The Queen Is Dead usurps this consequentially seminal work with its sneering inertia targeting the metropolitan realism of angst-ridden youth culture. And now - at last - an album to encompass the post-fiscal Armaggedon and recession-ravaged meltdown of the Noughties and Tweenies, highlighting with faux-vacuous banality the triumph of uncaring Capitalism over the revolution of true romance. In Peter Andre, the… Read more

Wish List

Root Mull Affect ~ Vinny Peculiar
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