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Worms: The Revolution Collection (Xbox 360)
Worms: The Revolution Collection (Xbox 360)
Offered by Tracymuk
Price: £27.95

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Off putting, 20 Aug. 2015
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Worms Armageddon is unplayable, for two reasons. The Xbox avatar appears before everyone of your moves and it's very off putting. It's barely playable because it goes through all these different emotions, and it's like some kind of advert - or something. It's very strange and peculiar, and it makes me feel very uncomfortable. You have to play it with no sound as well, or it just repeats everything the worms say each time, which is really annoying. For some reason you cannot edit your worms in the other game mode. It's a pretty rubbish deal really.
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Baraka [DVD] [1993]
Baraka [DVD] [1993]
Dvd ~ Ron Fricke
Offered by best_value_entertainment
Price: £14.99

38 of 39 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars WOW.....what a beauty!, 20 May 2006
This review is from: Baraka [DVD] [1993] (DVD)
I felt like one well walked elephant after watching this film! It never fails to captivate the eye and ear; using visuals and music only, it takes you on a journey around the tips of the world and back.

You can see that Fricke has almost put his life into the cinematography, which will endlessly take you closer to the edge of you seat; with every shot revealing a new and astounding outlook of this beautiful world. I have never felt such an array of emotions from a single movie! From sand desserts, to forests, waterfalls, volcanoes, the sky, people at prayer, to people at war; each shot is uniquely precious with a character of its own.

The music is elegantly wrapped around the visuals; sounding similar to God Speed You Black Emperor and Explosions In The Sky, which alone would take you on a journey of a lifetime. This inspired soundtrack adds the extra dimension to the stunning photography.

I would recommend you find the biggest TV and the best sound system, turn up the volume, shut the curtains and swell into your surroundings. Never to return.

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