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Description A crime family flirts with democracy, leading to a fierce gangland battle in this stylish crime drama from Hong Kong director Johnnie To. With over 50,000 members, the Wo Shing Society is one of the l... more

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Review of The Slade Collection Vol. 2 - Slade

Excellent

Covers the band's 80s recording career nicely, unique vocals, high quality material, very melodic

As a compilation, now out of date

...Introduction After Slade?s split at the beginning of 1992, an expected swarm of compilations were released, including the German, Japanese and European compilation The Slade Collection 81-87, which nicely combined some of the band?s best tracks from 1981 to 1987. After the album?s release, a follow-up was issued in 1993, titled The Slade Collection, Vol. 2 79-87. This compilation...

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Review of Kill Bill Vol.1 (DVD)

Excellent

“Kill Bill Vol.1”

published 11/06/2011

Everything

None

...KILL BILL VOL.1 Even though this movie was first released in 2003 I didn?t watch it until two weeks ago! It was on the telly and I thought I?d give it a go and was stunned at how much I enjoyed it. The film has been around for years but It didn?t seem like my cup of tea. Upon watching it my view changed completely. I have since bought Kill Bill vol.1 & 2 on DVD. The Movie...

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Review of Glee - Season One Vol.2 (The Music) - Various Artists

Super

“GLEE-FUL VOL 2”

published 07/02/2011

Plenty to please fans of the show

Some disappointing inclusions.

..., there are no original numbers. Thus this album starts where Vol 1 left off with the ensemble production of Proud Mary (in the show they all perform this in wheelchairs as a tribute to wheelchair bound Glee club member Artie). It is one of the big production numbers they do so well, allowing one of my favourite cast members Mercedes (Amber Riley) to really showcase her big vocals. Bill Withers...

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