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Satisfactory

AdvantagesIt's quite tricky to find the DVD to purchase...

DisadvantagesPoor & cliched script, some dire acting, run of the mill premise

...foreboding the film was designed to have. There wasn't anything particularly memorable about this flick, aside from Roberts' face. The music generally complimented the scenes but wasn't anything special, and effects were minimal and again, fairly unimpressive. It felt like a cross between a DVD movie and a TV movie to me, not really standing out from the crowd or striking a new chord in the haunted...

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Super

AdvantagesGreat storyline , good range of extras

DisadvantagesExtras not quite up to the standard set by the other Bond discs, mono sound - again!

...You know it's Bond when that music starts, and here we have the second Bond film from 1963, 'From Russia With Love'. It may be the second film, but it's the first to feature those wonderful silhouetted females cavorting over the theme tune, leaving us all gasping for the outline of nipples and gasping at the amazing gymnastics! (Well, that's what it used to do for me anyway!) It's also...

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Super

AdvantagesSweet coming of age story, contains Ghibli's trademark quality visuals.

DisadvantagesSome of the characters are rather bland, the pacing will bore young viewers.

...From Up on Poppy Hill (known in its native Japan as Kokuriko-zaka Kara) is an animated movie based on the eighties manga penned by Tetsuro Sayama. This Studio Ghibli feature is directed by Miyazaki, but don't get too excited because the man at the helm is not Hayao, but rather his far less talented son Goro. Poor Goro will forever live in his father's shadow... although on the plus side he does...

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