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02 Nov, 2010
ARSENAL - Untouchables / Invincibles 2004 Champions DVD
Being an avid Arsenal fan, this DVD was obviously amazing but I would still recommend this to anyone to appreciates free-flowing football. It has interviews with all the players, their best moments, along with Wenger's interviews. The best part is that it not only captures the goals but also the build-up to each and every goal which makes it all the more beautiful. For all those who love football and Arsenal, this is a must-watch!! Overall a really incredible product. You dont have to be a fan of Arsenal to enjoy this DVD, unless of course you follow Tottenham! Pros: 120 minutes of beautiful football; Nice interviews and extra features; Able to see Henry at his prime. Cons: It has a fairly mediocre menu interface; Bland and generic menu music; Difficult to find where you left off as the chapter selector goes by matches played against teams and not by date the match was played; When the music comes it is agonozingly louder than the rest of the sounds during the match footage.
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29 Apr, 2009
Doctor Who - Series 1 Vol.2 - DALEKS REIGN SUPREME!!
Doctor Who was my favorite T.V series as a kid, and this DVD is excellent! In the first episode, Aliens Of London, Rose and the Doctor return to the normal time line, hoping for peace. But it was a mistake. Strange things begin to happen, such as alien spaceships landing, and its clear aliens have landed in london. In the second episode, World War Three, the alien battle continues. The Doctor forces the army to his side, as they try taking down the many aliens. But the only weapon strong enough appears to be a nucleur missile. Last but definately not least, Dalek. As Rose and the Doctor travel forwards in time, they arrive in a strange museum for alien belongings, and deep down we meet the Doctors worst fear. The Dalek! But he's trapped, as a hostage. Until, at long last he is let loose...taking out all in his path! How will the docter get out of this one? No matter what you think about this not being as good as the old series, it's just as good! You won't be let down by this DVD.
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07 Apr, 2009
Doctor Who - Series 1 Vol.1 (DVD)
Doctor Who has always has a voice defined by the decade each in tune with its era and this holds true to the new Doctor Who. This Doctor is almost child-like in his enthusiasm and wonder. Featuring the Doctor as played by Christopher Eccleston (Shallow Grave, Gone in 60 Seconds), infusing the character with great intensity and humanity, while remaining mysterious and alien, along with his companion Rose played by Billie Piper, growing from an awed slacker to a seasoned space adventurer. However, the format of the show has changed to 45 min. parts, some 2 parters ending with cliffhangers, some without. Like any "new" series there are good episodes and not-so-good ones, the upside here is MOST of these are great episodes! The 40 year history of the series isn't squeezed into one pilot, through-out the year we get a trickle of back-story, some old, like his time/space machine looks like a police-call-box, and some new back-story, like the fact that his race, the TIMELORDS have been wiped out in a TIME WAR. The PILOT story: "ROSE" introduces his new companion Rose Tyler who is attacked by mannequins (or AUTONS) in the department store where she works. She meets the Doctor and the pair end up fighting to save the world. The pacing of this one, like most of the 13 new episodes, is like lightning, and the Autons have never been scarier. The TARDIS (interior) has never looked better or bigger. Next in "THE END of the WORLD" The Doctor offers Rose a chance to go anyplace, anytime, they end up 5 Billion years in the future above the Earth just before it ends. But someone has sabotaged the very observation satellite they're on. Not a bad episode, it shoots very high with a "Restaurant at the End of the Universe" motif and cinematically accomplishes it, also reveals that the Doctor is the "Last of the Timelords." In the 3rd story the Doctor and Rose meet Charles Dickens and what appears to be ghosts animating the dead! 4 Weddings and a Funeral's Simon Calow plays the Victorian author brilliantly and the Victorian look of the episode is well executed. The 2005 series won the 2006 BROADCAST AWARD for BEST DRAMA SERIES adding to the series' successes at the National Television Awards (voted Most Popular Drama), TV Moments, and the BBC 2005 Drama Awards! The show's two stars (Eccleston and Piper) scooped the most popular actor and actress honors in the awards voted by the public. Dr. Who (2005)was also nominated for not only the 2006 HUGO Award (announcing winners on Aug 26), but on May 7th it WON 5 of the most prestigious award British Television has to offer: the BAFTAS Awards (British Academy of FILM and TELEVISION ARTS) out of the 14 categories it was nominated. Winning for BEST DRAMA SERIES, BEST DIRECTOR, BEST MAKE-UP, BEST COSTUME, BEST DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY and the PIONEER AUDIENCE AWARD which was voted for by the British public (kind of like the US People's Choice Award).
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