Darren Harrison

"DVD collector and reviewer"
Helpful votes received on reviews: 83% (20 of 24)
Location: Washington D.C.
Birthday: Oct. 11
In My Own Words:
Hello all,
I am a dual citizen (British/American) living and working in the United States of America as a marketing coordinator for Manhattan Construction Company.
My likes include the outdoors, reading, writing, swimming and traveling.
I have lived in four countries:- Scotland, England, Italy and now the United States and have visited numerous parts of the world.
I am an early adopter of new for… Read more

The television show VERONICA MARS and its star Kirsten Bell.
The cinematic and literary character James Bond.
The ice hockey team Montreal Canadiens (Habs) and the sport of hockey in general.
The novels of Clive Cussler, in particular the adventur… Read more


Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,654,510 - Total Helpful Votes: 20 of 24
La Femme Musketeer [Import] <b>DVD</b> ~ Gérard Depardieu
La Femme Musketeer [Import] DVD ~ Gérard Depardieu
Picked up this movie today and once it was in my DVD player I was riveted until it was over. A lot of fun and an engaging plot. Well recommended.
Sphinx <b>VHS</b> ~ Lesley-Anne Down
Sphinx VHS ~ Lesley-Anne Down
I saw this movie a long time ago on British TV and have often wondered if I had just imagined how good it was. But, seeing it again on cable it has all the magic that I remember and also the gorgeous Lesley-Anne Down. Where, oh where is the DVD?! Please release this fun movie on the format.
What Price Glory <b>DVD</b> ~ James Cagney
What Price Glory DVD ~ James Cagney
Taking place in World War I is the James Cagney-Dan Dailey drama "What Price Glory" made in 1952 by the legendary director John Ford. Essentially the movie is a classic love triangle story set against the backdrop of the ravaged French countryside of 1918. Cagney plays the part of Capt. Flagg, a commander in charge of a ragtag group of conscripts who must rely on the brash and disrespectful Sgt. Quirt to whip them into shape. Trouble brews though when Flagg and Quirt both fall for the same girl. The movie is a triumph for all concerned both in strong performances from the actors (including a young Robert Wagner) and a technical masterpiece from the crew. The same cannot be honestly said for… Read more