The-Bus

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 60% (3 of 5)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 993,717 - Total Helpful Votes: 3 of 5
Murder By Numbers (Full Screen) [Import] <b>DVD</b> ~ Sandra Bullock
Slightly more interesting than your average made-for-TV thriller playing on cable stations Saturday afternoons, Murder By Numbers has a lot of interesting scenarios that end up clashing with each other in a the big, unappetizing stew that is this movie. Only recommended for huge Sandra Bullock fans.
"E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (Boxed Set, 3 Discs)" <b>DVD</b> ~ Henry Thomas
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars The worst sort of ploy, June 27 2002
OK, I have no real problem with a director changing a movie and doing silly things like changing walkie talkies into cellphones and inserting newe incredibly obvious CGI versions of E.T. into the movie. Whatever. I didn't go see the movie because I wanted to see the original.
Now the only way to see the original is to buy this rather idiotic {price] "Gift Set" which comes with a bunch of stuff I don't need. There's no option to just buy the original version. The ONLY WAY to see the original version of this movie, THE WAY THE MOVIE WAS MADE is to drop [price] into the lap of Universal.
But wait it gets worse... At [price] you expect some extra features, right? Wrong! Sort of. The… Read more
A Fine Line Arias And Lieder ~ Don Byron
Don Byron is the man... Who else would put Puccini's 'Nessun Dorma', Sondheim's 'The Ladies Who Lunch' (featuring the amazing Cassandra Wilson), and 'Reach Out (I'll Be There)' by the Four Tops, on the same album?
To go further, who would infuse their own style into these pieces to such an extent where they all sound like equal parts in a gigantic musical vein? Don Byron, that's who.
The personal highlight is definitely 'It's Over' which former Pat Metheny Group vocalist Mark Ledford handles adeptly.