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Helpful votes received on reviews: 85% (142 of 167)
Location: coventry, england
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,876,140 - Total Helpful Votes: 142 of 167
Killing Me Softly [2002] [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Heather Graham
Killing Me Softly [2002] [DVD] DVD ~ Heather Graham
13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Absolute Drivel, 21 Oct 2003
This was a very disappointing film with a convoluted narrative and poor performances from Joseph Fiennes (from 'Shakespeare In Love') and a pallid looking Heather Graham who serves no other purpose other than being a vehicle for gratuitous T&A shots in soft focus.
The film is about a mountaineer (Fiennes) who has returned to London following a tragic accident on an undisclosed mountain where his lover and a couple of extras died in suspicious circumstances. Heather Graham's character is living with her boyfriend who she dumps for the sultry looking Fiennes as she becomes infatuated by him at a pelican crossing when he keeps looking at her (hilarious and embarrassing attempt at being… Read more
Braveheart [VHS] [1995] <b>VHS</b> ~ Mel Gibson
Braveheart [VHS] [1995] VHS ~ Mel Gibson
0 of 8 people found the following review helpful
This has been well reviewed by others, but I'll keep this simple;
Braveheart is one of the greatest good vs evil stories ever committed to film. It totally delivers as a love story and action film. It is not a film to be critically dissected, and the screenplay by Randall Wallace is full of historical inaccuracies but at least an attempt to tell Wallace's epic story is better than none at all.
The films strengths are its coherent story (thanks to fantastic editing), the battle scenes (wow), but the real reason everyone i believe loved this baby is because the characterizations are excellent, because your in this panto of emotions where your with Wallace all the way, and cursing… Read more
Mirrorball ~ Sarah McLachlan
Mirrorball ~ Sarah McLachlan
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
I discovered Sarah Maclachlans by accident when watching the film 'Message In A Bottle', the song 'I Love You' was on and I was enchanted by the whole song so purchased the Sountrack the next day, and from there I bought this CD and by the following week i had all her records.
Maclachlan has one of the most captivating, melodic voices I have heard, every time she sings you are drawn to her, its very difficult to just put this CD on and listen to a few randomized tracks, as her voice seduces you to the end, a true talent and a compelling album with some of the most genuinely heartbreaking lyrics i have ever read, like Jim Morrison, Sarah Maclachlan writes poetry rather than lyrics, she… Read more