M. Smith

Helpful votes received on reviews: 51% (20 of 39)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,792,690 - Total Helpful Votes: 20 of 39
TNA Impact (PS2) by Midway Games Ltd
TNA Impact (PS2) by Midway Games Ltd
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Bad points:
Not a full roster for the time the game was made, let alone an up to date one.
Minimal entrances, no ramp walk etc.
Scatty commentry, loose and irritating.
Very poor collision detection.
No create a wrestler option.
Career mode can only be played with some generic chap in a suit, that looks a bit like Spawn.
No blood, only weapon is a chair, no tables.. no hardcore matches, first blood etc.
No cage match.
No signiture taunts for any wrestler.
No female wrestlers.
Tag team partners enter seperate from one another.
Cheap a.i. and difficulty, you get hurt way more then your opponent does from your attacks.
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Brain Damage [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Rick Hearst
Brain Damage [DVD] DVD ~ Rick Hearst
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars classic, 28 Jun 2008
Briliant, after seeing basket case, this was everything I hoped for + more! Fans of black comedy should check this out, nothing else like it!
Rambo [DVD] [2007] <b>DVD</b> ~ Sylvester Stallone
Rambo [DVD] [2007] DVD ~ Sylvester Stallone
4.0 out of 5 stars Great for action fans, 27 Jun 2008
I'm a fan of the first three Rambo films, enjyoing the realism of the first and 80s old-school style of the third. The new Rambo is more like the first of the three. The action and directing are great in this film. The wasn't a great deal of character work or script in this film.. just enough to give to some weight to the movie. It's not as re-watchable as the older Rambo's, unless graphic depiction of war and depravity are all you want to be entertained by. I was pleased enough with the film and prefer it as a franchise sequel to Rocky Balboa.
Side note - Stallone trained hard in the gym and used HGH (human growth hormone) to get the muscle mass back (inc. those massive forearms).