Wade Tomlin

Helpful votes received on reviews: 75% (3 of 4)
Location: Toronto, Ontario Canada
In My Own Words:
Hello, welcome to my page. You will see that I am an avid rock fan with some interest in U.S. history. Being a journalism graduate I've always enjoyed the ability to write down my thoughts, so obviously I really enjoy amazon.com.


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Adventures of Pluto Nash <b>VHS</b> ~ Eddie Murphy
Adventures of Pluto Nash VHS ~ Eddie Murphy
Wow, this movie sure was carved-up by critics. I was certainly glad I read the reviews on rottentomatoes.com, after I watched the movie.
The Adventures Of Pluto Nash is by no means the greatest film ever made. But it is good escapist fair for a Saturday night of entertainment. Murphy plays the title role of Pluto Nash, a bar owner on the moon in the year of 2087. Murphy has the hottest nightclub on the moon and is making a killing every night. So when gangsters come looking to buy it, he says no thanks. In response, the gangsters blow-up the place, putting Nash on the run, while also trying to figure out whom the unknown crime-lord behind the bombing is.
Murphy actually brings… Read more
Born To Run ~ Bruce Springsteen
Born To Run ~ Bruce Springsteen
5.0 out of 5 stars The Boss's Best, June 9 2003
For a long time I knew little or nothing of the power of Bruce Springsteen. He was one of those classic rock guys whose songs filled oldies radio stations hinting that his music was a staple of another generation.
With Springsteen's release of The Rising I immediately found myself wanting to look back over his career. I went out and listened to most of his older records just to see if they had the same spine-tingling affect on me that The Rising's haunting lyrics and precision played rock did.
Of those records Born To Run stood head-and-shoulders above other Springsteen records such as Darkness On The Edge Of Town, The River and Born In The USA, while those records all had their… Read more
Palace of Gold ~ Blue Rodeo
Palace of Gold ~ Blue Rodeo
For a band like Blue Rodeo to really grab my attention at this stage of their career, they'd have to put out something completely incredible. After all, for any Canadian kid growing up in the late-80's to mid-90's Jim Cuddy, Greg Keelor and company were a continual part of the Canadian music scene. Whether is was slow dancing to Try, losing yourself in Lost Together or yelling along to Hasn't Hit Me Yet, every rock or country fan of the north probably has at least one Blue Rodeo album kicking around their collection. So many, such as I once did, might feel that the band's glory days are over and they'd fade away into the twilight of their career as a band.
Then this summer I wandered… Read more