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Maxi-D

"the editor"
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 66% (72 of 109)
Location: midlands
In My Own Words:
as you can probably tell by my reviews im into anime and manga. also sci-fi is brilliant!
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 759,238 - Total Helpful Votes: 72 of 109
Rubber Soul ~ The Beatles
Rubber Soul ~ The Beatles
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars An Audio Treat, 10 Sep 2009
By 1965 the Beatles sound was changing, "Rubber Soul" captures the Transformation at its first phase (The second of which can be found in "Revolver" and the final in "Sgt.pepper".

As far as albums go Rubber soul has it made. Its tones had yet to blend into the White Wash Psychadelica that consumed the latter half of the 60's, but was far enough developed to escape the Chuck Berry esq rock period that had previously reighned. and As the product is listed this is the remastered edition.

Remastering this album was a chore and I think they've done a good job. Compared to the '87 remasters they sound fuller,cleaner, warmer and generally better. the Quality has improved… Read more
Hell Girl Starter Set [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Takahiro Omori
Hell Girl Starter Set [DVD] DVD ~ Takahiro Omori
4.0 out of 5 stars Hell of a Bargain, 24 Nov 2008
I read about Hell Girl A few months Ago and after Borrowing it from a friend I decided to Buy the limited edition release of the product.

Hell Girl is an anime that is visually unlike anything ive seen in a while, the story revolves around a girl named Ai (Nicknamed the Hell Girl) who via a mysterious website that only operates at midnight can take the lives of people who cause others harm and grief. this is however balanced as the person who wishes for the hell girl to remove the grief causer must also go to hell when his/her natural life has ended.

as previously mentioned the style of animation was the first thing that drew me to the series, with luscious colours… Read more
Death Note - The Movie (2 Disc Limited Edition) [D&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Tatsuya Fujiwara
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars a good attempt, 30 July 2008
i bought this on the day of its release and have been looking forward to reviewing it since...

the story is based on the popular manga series of the same name and this film covers volumes one to the opening of volume four. Light Yagami is a top grade student who one day after seeing criminals being left unpunished for there crimes stumbles across a mysterious book called "Death note" which allows him to kill whoevers name is entered within its pages. and thus a battle between Light (at this point nicknamed Kira) and the national police association begins.

this film was fantastic with Tatsuya Fujiwara and Kenichi Matsuyama playing there roles as Light and L with amazing… Read more