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Nostradamus Encyclopedia
Nostradamus Encyclopedia
by Peter Lemesurier
Edition: Paperback

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Definetly the most infomative book on Nostrodamus, 7 Sept. 2001
THis book has everything anyone wants to know about Nostrodamus.Its starts off with a comprehensive biography.Detailed maps,Family tree,Portraits and more.What makes this book better than others on him is that his ideas are being challenged instead of completley going aloung with him.All quartens are translated and explained.Very comprehensive look at his early life and also on people he knew.Definatley recomended.


Take My Scars [CD 2]
Take My Scars [CD 2]
Offered by Mattpuss
Price: £29.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Vintage Machine Head., 30 Aug. 2001
This review is from: Take My Scars [CD 2] (Audio CD)
Take my Scars is fromMachine Heads second album.From the opening riff you just know this is a classic.Rob Flynn growls through this majestically while picking away at his tuned down axe.Definately worth buying.


John Lennon in Heaven: Journeys Across the Seas of the Collective Consciousness
John Lennon in Heaven: Journeys Across the Seas of the Collective Consciousness
by Linda Keen
Edition: Paperback

4.0 out of 5 stars Great Book For A Great Hero, 4 Aug. 2001
John Lennon was a great man.This book starts off from when he was born up through his first meeting with Paul McCartney,the rise and fall of the Beatles.Through John`s first marriage to Cynthia through to Oko.This book gives an insight into his life better than most Lennon books.From when he was born until his untimley death,highs and lows.Id certainly recommend this book to Lennon or Beatles fans.


Full Metal Jacket [1987] [DVD]
Full Metal Jacket [1987] [DVD]
Dvd ~ Matthew Modine
Offered by ReNew Entertainment
Price: £7.97

20 of 25 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Stanley Kubricks Finest Hour., 28 July 2001
This film is based on the novel "The Short-Timers" by Gustav Hasford.The first half of this film is set in boot camp on Parris Island.The second half is then set in a war stricken Vietnam.The film sparks into life straight away with the magnificent Sgt Hartman questioning his new recruits about their home place and so forth.The most intresting of these characters would be Gomer Pile who is picked on from the start.The way Kubrick builds up Pile is sheer excellence.Sgt Hartman Is cruel but brilliant.For example the way the group get punished for Piles mistakes.And for this the group begin to resent PIles and bully him.The film now builds to an amazing climax...... Its off to Vietnam next where you begin to realise this is an anti-war film.This film is far better than its closest rivals "Platoon" and "Hamburger hill" ."Full Metal Jacket"dispels Vietnam myths and is rich in black humour which serves to undercut any possible air of pretension. The claustrophobic feel to the film adds to the the tension and atmosphere. Overall this film is a true masterpiece and should be bought by any war or Kubrick fan.This is without a doubt one of thre greatest war movies ever made.


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