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A Streetcar Named Desire [VHS] [1951]
A Streetcar Named Desire [VHS] [1951]
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Price: £3.95

4 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pure drama and intrigue!!!!, 10 Jan. 2002
This is a milestone in cinematic history! It shocked critics and caused censorship to be introduced.
Marlon Brando is magnificent as Stanley, the brooding bully who mentally tortures his sister in law Blanche, a superb Vivien Leigh!
The acting is intense and the setting adds to the intensity and seediness of the film. I don't want to give too much away, but, it's a bit of a depressing film so don't expect it to uplift you!
It really is an achievement and must be seen, NOW!!!

Price: £3.47

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Scottish delight!, 10 Jan. 2002
This review is from: Loss (Audio CD)
'Loss' is one of the most creative and original albums of recent years!
It contains everything that makes music worth listening to. The songs are catchy, but not too catchy. The lyrics are witty and meaningful and the tunes contain lovely harmonies and melodies not often heard in this world of rap and 'nu-metal'.
The outstanding songs are 'Watching Xanadu' and 'Animal Cannabus'. They have a nice light feel to them and Colin MacIntyre has a lovely voice, he carries the songs excellently!
Their sound is quite simliar to other British indie bands such as Belle and Sebastian, but MHS are not quite as obscure...
You don't need to be a true rock/indie fanatic to adore this sensational album. It should be loved by everybody who listens to it!
MHS are set to become a breat band, and, with a debut album like this, it is inevitable!

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