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A review of "300 [Blu-ray]" — 6 years ago

WORTH CONSUMING!

This is a great looking film. The Blu-Ray is full 1080p HD and though I’ve read some complaints about the deliberate graininess I still thought the picture was amazing.

Promising but disappointing — 6 years ago

NOT WORTH CONSUMING

I really wanted to like this, but the depressing ‘right-on’ politics, a confusing cast of characters who all got mixed up in my head, and a cheat of an ending that means you have to read the sequel to (maybe) find out what has happened to important characters, mean that I felt cheated instead.

Why I recommend "First Blood" — 6 years ago

WORTH CONSUMING!

Much underrated I expect following the ‘Rambo’ series of movies, but still a truely excellent book.

Bleak — 6 years ago

WORTH CONSUMING!

very bleak actually.

Why I recommend "& The Ys Street Band Ep" — 6 years ago

WORTH CONSUMING!

Sadly, only one new song, but Colleen is an essential listen.

A story about "Unnatural Causes" — 6 years ago

NOT WORTH CONSUMING

Terribly dated, this book, first published in 1967, should really not still be in print. But I guess since it features her famous detective Dalgleish, it will most likely be around for some time to come.

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Very difficult read — 6 years ago

NOT WORTH CONSUMING

This is a very intense book, and a very complex read. I didn’t enjoy it.

A story about "Programming Jabber: Extending XML Messaging (O'Reilly XML)" — 11 years ago

Fantastic, no bookshelf should be without it.

A story about "The Salmon of Doubt: Hitchhiking the Galaxy One Last Time" — 11 years ago

WORTH CONSUMING!

Life, the Universe, and Everything.

Life is a collection of essays and comments which are a joy to read. The Universe is DNA’s opinion of the changing world of science and technology and his struggles with them; it’s very intersting to read old comments about how he thought technology would turn out.

A story about "Marathon Man" — 11 years ago

Just finished re-reading this book, and read the final three quarters of it in one sitting. It’s just as fabulous as I remembered.

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