D. Watts

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 71% (27 of 38)
Location: U.K.
Birthday: 4 Aug
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,461,971 - Total Helpful Votes: 27 of 38
TRIXIE 28871 Deluxe Rucksack 41x 30 x 21 cm Brown &hellip by Trixie
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
This is a great size for carrying a ferret on short journeys, and I think it could comfortably fit two (if they're good friends). With a blanket &/or sleep sack in there, it can be a very comfortable environment; I keep mine in the lounge when I'm not using it, and my ferret is always going in & out of it when he's playing. It's also great to take on walks, so if the ferret gets tired of walking on the lead, he can climb in and watch the world go by.

I can't really comment on using this for cats and dogs, but I think it would be fine, at least for short journeys. The only thing lacking is that there should be a couple of rings at the top for attaching a long strap so that you… Read more
Ring 0 [DVD] [2000] <b>DVD</b> ~ Yukie Nakama
Ring 0 [DVD] [2000] DVD ~ Yukie Nakama
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Consider some of the things that make the first two Ring films so good: 1. The video-tape motif is intriguing. 2. The "seven-days" effect provides a ticking clock for the action, & a sense of impending doom. 3. The backstory is gradually unravelled. 4. Sadako's appearances are brief & terrifying.

All of these strengths are left aside in the Ring-0, in favour of soap operatics & a backstory that outright contradicts the other films. The video-tape plotline doesn't feature at all; & Sadako, far from being a mysterious & malevolent force, is the main character of the film, in the guise of a shy & awkward girl who joins an amateur theatre troupe. The setting is uninspiring;… Read more
The Demon Ororon: The Complete Collection by Hakase Mizuki
0 of 7 people found the following review helpful
I'm just starting to read a few manga, & trying to avoiding the throwaway teenage trash that pads out the manga shelves of most bookshops. I took a chance on the Demon Ororon based on the synopsis & previous Amazon reviews, but was bitterly disappointed.

This is published by Tokyopop, who churn out the kind of pap I'd been trying to avoid. Nevertheless I started reading with an open mind, but it was worse than I could have imagined, & after reading less than half of the first volume, I had to put it aside in disgust.

What could be an interesting subject is instead handled in a tedious string of cliches. A guy turns up at a girl's house & moves in permanently. He tells… Read more