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Virgin Film: War Films (Virgin Film Series) - Virgin Books
Status: New - Paperback. Pub Date: 2010 Jun Pages: 304 Publisher: Virgin Books War films have existed since the birth of cinema. Typically gung-ho tales of...... more
Status: New - Paperback. Pub Date: 2010 Jun Pages: 304 Publisher: Virgin Books War films have existed since the birth of cinema. Typically gung-ho tales of macho derring-do But war films are not always about avado and avery they also detail the horrors of war. the sadness. the otherhood of soldiers and comedy that can be found in the bleakest of situations. as well as the excitement of the battlefield. War Films explores defining movies of the genre in sections covering different wars as well as wars with other worlds.The book also offers links between the different films. historical and cinematic worth and profiles of key actors and directors. Among the films included are Saving Private Ryan. Dr Strangelove.Welcometo Sarajevo. The Dam Busters. Gallipoli. The Deer Hunter and Ran.
Virgin Film: Film Noir (Virgin Film Guides) - Virgin Books
Status: New - FILM NOIR - SOME OF THE FINEST, MOST INNOVATIVE AND MOST INTERESTING FILMS THAT HOLLYWOOD HAS EVER PRODUCED In the 1940s and 50s Hollywood showed...... more
Status: New - FILM NOIR - SOME OF THE FINEST, MOST INNOVATIVE AND MOST INTERESTING FILMS THAT HOLLYWOOD HAS EVER PRODUCED In the 1940s and 50s Hollywood showed its dark side with a wave of highly stylized movies featuring sinister plots, shady characters, sexual tension, chaos and confusion.
Status: New - In his preface to this impressively compiled book, editor Colin Larkin expounds his theory that, musically speaking, the 60s were "glorious", the...... more
Status: New - In his preface to this impressively compiled book, editor Colin Larkin expounds his theory that, musically speaking, the 60s were "glorious", the 70s "not quite so good", and the 80s, somewhat crushingly, "mind numbingly boring". The 90s, meanwhile, he heralds as "second only to the 60s as the best ever decade for popular music". Whether or not the reader subscribes to a similar view, (there are those, after all, who refuse to believe music will ever again scale the dizzy artistic heights of, for example, early Bananarama), Larkin's superbly presented book represents a wonderful way to explore the works of the major, and not so major figures of the last musical decade. With each entry drawn from the vast Virgin database of Popular Music, (which also supplies similar volumes for each decade since the 1950s, along with specialist books detailing Indie and New Wave, The Blues and Dance), the book gives biographical and critical details for each of the artists discussed. Albums are rated, and career developments detailed in a tone that is informative and enthusiastic, Larkin and his contributors taking the reader through the decade which saw such developments such as Grunge, Britpop and the mainstream success of dance music. Throughout, research standards are impressive, this ensuring a constant stream of fascinating, often amusing revelations, (such as the fact that the self-proclaimed "ladies man", the reggae artist Shaggy, has the somewhat less impressive real name of Orville). Ultimately, the true value of this book lies in its "opinion" factor, the album reviews and critical writing often encouraging a whole range of further discussions and arguments, while also reminding readers of the "lost classics" of their younger days (Whigfield, anyone?). An anorak's delight, The Virgin Encyclopedia of Nineties Music is highly recommended. --Steve Price
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...better not worse.
If you have a virgin mobile you can call this for free from the house phone. Ive never had any problems with reception.
Again the package deal for mobiles are about the same as any network but they don't have such a big range of phones.I cancelled this once it was out of contract and took out a new one(new phone).
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Advantages: Better than BT Disadvantages: Cable exposed in the strreet.
.... Not everyone has Virgin fibre optic cable though so if you don't then prices may vary although savings still to be made. That older service is called Virgin National Broadband, run off their off old Telewest cables. That's also £12.50 per month.
With the engineers at the house the lads were in a hurry, this one of five they had to do that day, so you need to lean on them if you have any anxieties...
Advantages: Basic sky channels are back!, Some good VOD content, good unlimited internet packages Disadvantages: VOD reliability not 100%, webmail reliability & mailbox size, customer service rather 'hit or miss'
...** Important News/Update (Edit) 16/11/08:-
Ok so on Thursday the basic Sky channels finally returned to Virgin Media, at least for those of us who are on the higher TV packages (their included in the L and XL packages, which are the two most expensive packages, I believe), which was good news for me! now I can access Sky1, Sky2 and Sky3 (Sky3 is also available on Freeview), as well as Sky News...
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