C. J. Gornall

Helpful votes received on reviews: 61% (200 of 328)
Location: Preston, England

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Common Law [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC] <b>DVD</b> ~ Michael Ealy
Think Lethal Weapon The Series and you won't be far out with this show, a buddy buddy cop show with some real laughs among the action. Other reviews have described the overall story, so I will simply say there is true chemistry between the two leads, the writing is superb with whip smart dialogue and it is a real shame that the show was pulled after just one season.

One other thing; a few of the earlier reviews have commented negatively on the standard of the product. All I can say is that my set was perfect - all 12 episodes were present and correct, the running order matched that shown on IMDB and the special features included deleted scenes, a gag real and a short featurette… Read more
Shark - Season 1 - Complete [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ James Woods
I tried to watch this show several years ago & just couldn't get on with it, but time passes, tastes change & having tried it again I must say that on the whole I thoroughly enjoyed it. Yes, many of the characters are somewhat two- dimensional but James Woods gets to deliver some great lines & his chemistry with boss Jeri Ryan is unmistakeable. Pick of the series are the two Wayne's World episodes starring a mesmeric Billy Campbell as serial killer Wayne Callison. He really does exude a silky menace & his interplay with James Woods is marvellous to behold; the ending of the second episode & season finale is almost literally jaw-dropping, revealing the extent to which Stark will go to obtain… Read more
Soul Destruction ~ Almighty
Soul Destruction ~ Almighty
5.0 out of 5 stars Almighty good!, 20 July 2014
The Almighty's debut album Blood, Fire & Love was a fine release, but with Soul Destruction they moved up a division. Not a bad song in sight, and a couple of all time classics in Bandaged Knees and Little Lost Sometimes make this an essential purchase. I still have happy memories of seeing them at Preston Guild Hall, many, many years ago and have lost count of how many times I have bought this album on various formats. Unfortunately, it was all downhill after this, Pete Friesen came in for Tantrum, melody went out of the window, the guitars were down tuned and Ricky Warwick embarked on a quest to turn the group into a punk band. Shame.

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