David Ratti

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 86% (6 of 7)
Location: FL
Anniversary: April 13

Interests
handwritten letters, mail art, Russian
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 469,350 - Total Helpful Votes: 6 of 7
Cornflake Girl - Maxi ~ Tori Amos
Cornflake Girl - Maxi ~ Tori Amos
3.0 out of 5 stars is it worth buying?, April 27 2004
If you love tori, you'll say yes. But the truth is, if you already have a lot of other singles, I just don't think this is a necessary one to own. I enjoyed Daisy Dead Petals, but you can get Corflake Girl on Under the Pink and a live version of Honey (which I prefer) on the Hey Jupiter cd. I just don't think Sister Janet is worth all of the fuss. If you love tori you'll get this regardless of what I say, I just thought I'd forewarn you of having some repeat songs in your collection.
Timeline (Bilingual) [Import] <b>DVD</b> ~ Paul Walker
Timeline (Bilingual) [Import] DVD ~ Paul Walker
2.0 out of 5 stars I couldn't stop laughing!, April 26 2004
This movie was sooo funny. From the very beginning I just couldn't stop giggling. I don't normally associate the actors that were familiar to me with doing comedy of this sort. But they sure did a good job of pretending to be serious. Well, maybe not such a good job since it still came across as hilarious. Wait...what's that you say? This wasn't a comedy? Oh. Did anyone tell them that?
Planes, Trains & Automobiles <b>VHS</b> ~ Steve Martin
Planes, Trains & Automobiles VHS ~ Steve Martin
3.0 out of 5 stars Thanksgiving Classic, Nov. 25 2003
Okay, so maybe most people don't think of it as a Thanksgiving classic, but my family watches it every single year. I will agree with most people that it is a funny movie, but not hilarious. Now maybe it's because I practically know it inside and out. My absolute favorite part is when John Candy and Steve Martin are so desperate to keep traveling that they actually get in the charred remains of the rental car and head down the road. Then when they get pulled over and the officer asks them, "Do you think this is safe?" and John Candy looks straight at him and replies, "Yes, yes I do" with a completely serious face. That gets me every time. The sheer audacity of it… Read more