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Ghostbusters [VHS] [1984] <b>VHS</b> ~ Bill Murray
Ghostbusters [VHS] [1984] VHS ~ Bill Murray
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The thing that makes this somewhat unoriginal concept for a film stand out, is not its conept, or its emphatic humour, but the complexity. The film has some of the most complex humour to ever brace the world of cinema, which will keep film lovers and critics entertained. The actors themselves make the film worth watching, their expression of the perfect dialogue is so clear that their performances carry the film's lack of emphatic depth. The film itself is spread across the board for its target audience, which means it is entertaining for adults and children alike. And for fans the extras with the film are a real treat, including several deleted scenes, behind the scenes looks from when the… Read more
We Will Rock You [CD 1] [CD 1] ~ Five
This cover version took the origonal, stamped on it a little, added some REALLY BAD rap, and managed to somehow get a number one single. The rapping is appauling and totaly ruins the rock of the song, in true 5ive style. 5ive try to add some kind of a sequence to it, which is appaulingly embarrasing. Then really ruins the brilliance of Brian May's origonal guitar solo. The finished product does contain some element of the origonal, such as the beat and handclapping, and the key change is effective, but overall this is an appauling attempt at trying to improve a classic. BUY THE ORIGONAL!
Live Killers ~ Queen
Live Killers ~ Queen
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Queen at their best!, 18 Nov 2000
This album shows Queen at their very best in 1978, it very much incorpourates the talent and finesse of Queen's live music. The album contains several great performances, such as the introduction to the audience of 'Don't Stop Me Now', and the almost photocopied excellence of 'We Are The Champions'. The album contains several classic Queen songs such as the widely succesful 'We Will Rock You', the purely excellent 'Bohemian Rhapsody'. One thing that did dissapiont me about this album is that I was eagerly awaiting a live performance of the "Orchestral" section of Bohemian Rhapsody, but the section was purely studio creation, and due to the fierce opposition of using a backing tape… Read more