Mr. R. A. Wells

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 92% (57 of 62)
Location: Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire United Kingdom
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 757,183 - Total Helpful Votes: 57 of 62
Black 9" Straight Gas Lift for an Office Chair by BiMi
1.0 out of 5 stars Dismal, 15 Aug 2014
Bought this to replace a gas lift in an office chair that sank 1" every time I sat down, every time I stood up it made the most awful thumping noise.

This "replacement" does exactly the same thing. It looks a lot like the same manufacturer, i.e. cheap Chinese rubbish.

Complete waste of money. Can anyone recommend a gas lift that doesn't sink when you sit on it? Preferably European manufacture? I'm willing to pay!
The Razor's Edge [DVD] [2007] <b>DVD</b> ~ Bill Murray
The Razor's Edge [DVD] [2007] DVD ~ Bill Murray
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This was an astonishingly brave move on Bill Murray's part over twenty years ago; a comedian redefined as a serious actor, or merely a fine actor possessed of great range and proving it?

I'll leave you to work than one out for yourself, but for me this is a beautiful, haunting and finally uplifting film, and a lot of that has to do with Murray's performance and an intriguing script (also co-written by Murray) reworked from Somerset-Maugham's novel.

For those of you who thought Bill Murray only acted `serious' with `Lost In Translation', and better yet enjoyed it, then I recommend that you at least rent this wonderful film.
Xxv: The Gathering [DVD] [2005] <b>DVD</b> ~ Killing Joke
Xxv: The Gathering [DVD] [2005] DVD ~ Killing Joke
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
I'm almost lost for superlatives when it comes to this review.

I don't think i can distance myself from the material sufficiently to do it real critical justice, as i am such a bloody fan of this amazing band, and specifically this incredible performance.

However...i will say this much. Killing Joke sound more explosive live in 2005 than they did on 'Ha!' and the 'BBC In Concert' recordings from 1982 and 1985 respectively.

I'm not sure what, if anything, that is supposed to tell the potential buyer of this DVD, apart from the fact that the Joke rock the bloody house down.

After a disquietingly benign opening with 'Communion' (although it doesnt… Read more

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