G. Colman

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 95% (40 of 42)
Location: North wales
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,928,876 - Total Helpful Votes: 40 of 42
How To Be Free by Tom Hodgkinson
How To Be Free by Tom Hodgkinson
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
As a fresh faced and idealistic 20 year old, it has been difficult for me not to set this book down on a table and surround it with tea lights and incense. For a while now i have struggled with facing the future, a future in which it seems the 'glory days' are well and truly over, and it is my generation i am told which will have to bear the brunt of cuts and cuts and cuts, as well as tax hikes, university fee hikes.. it seemed that my future would be a series of painful cuts and slow, slogging hikes (sounds more like a verse of Dante's inferno than anything doesn't it?) I wanted to find an alternative way of life, outside of all the doom and gloom, and this book served to ease the knot in… Read more
The Bachelor (Battle One) ~ Patrick Wolf
The Bachelor (Battle One) ~ Patrick Wolf
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
With a spirit of desire and movement more present then ever in this, Patrick's fourth chapter, here is a offering of immense maturity and spirit, gracefully exploring the everlasting growing pains of a commensurate artist and brilliant soul. Both Subtle and hard hitting, once again this album is a progression in Patrick's musical journey.

Like the rest of Patrick's back catalogue, the album is incredibly emotive and cathartic. Indeed it seems to me the feel of this album can change depending on the mood of the listener.
On one had it takes hard experiences and lays them bare and clear and grating, and on the other, it shows the need for them to make us move forward, work… Read more
Eagle Vs Shark [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Jemaine Clement
Eagle Vs Shark [DVD] DVD ~ Jemaine Clement
26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
I, personally, loved this film. Its sweet and awkward, and it warmed my heart. Like i say though, its hard to put a finger on, but you have to have a certain sense of Humor to really appreciate it. If it were a series it'd be along the lines of flight of the conchords/ The office. Theres no goofy, slap-dash 'running into lampost' moments, they leave it up to you to do the laughing, and i personally laughed a lot.
If you liked Napoleon Dymnamite, youll like this, If you enjoy Flight of the conchords, you'll enjoy this, If you Love quaint, cute and Maladjusted comdey, youll love this.

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