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REVIEW: For a Few Dollars More (Sony)
There's Gold in them thar hills, as Sergio Leone commits to celluloid the second in his great Clint Eastwood Western trilogy.
REVIEW: A Fistful of Dollars (Sony)
An essential Spaghetti-Western, given deluxe treatment by MGM.
Falls short of being a classic, but it gives us Bill Murray, so it just has to be seen.
REVIEW: Pulp Fiction - 10th Anniversary Special Edition
This is a film that simply oozes perfection.
REVIEW: The Cat Returns
While slightly derivative and lacking, The Cat Returns is a charming film from the world’s greatest animation studio.
REVIEW: Armour Of God - Special Collector's Edition
Armour of God is definitely not one of Chan’s better films. While the action is good, the weak plot and hammy acting make this a hard task to sit through.
REVIEW: Law & Order - Season 2
Quality television. Quality DVD.
REVIEW: Law & Order - Criminal Intent - Season 1
Intellect defies evil in a great release of the third show in the Law & Order franchise.
REVIEW: Law & Order - SVU - Season 1
A fine release of a solid spin-off series.
REVIEW: Creature Comforts - Series 1: Vol. 2
Delicious comic idea given the right-royal Aardman treatment.
REVIEW: The Singing Detective (2003)
A remarkable performance from Robert Downey Jr. is just one of the highlights in this slightly messy reincarnation of the beloved mini series.
REVIEW: A Cinderella Story
Hilary Duff in another piece of fluff.
REVIEW: The General (Buster Keaton)
Forget that this is a silent movie. This 1927 classic has more expression, movement and sheer beauty (along with its comedy) than 99 per cent of films made today.
REVIEW: Dr Who - Claws Of Axos
Is it Worzel Gummidge? No, it's Jon Pertwee in his other great television role, as the good Doctor battling all kinds of evil on our behalf.