Patrick Di Primo

Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (4 of 4)
Location: commack, NY United States


Top Reviewer Ranking: 503,422 - Total Helpful Votes: 4 of 4
The Wind and the Lion [Import] <b>DVD</b> ~ Sean Connery
The Wind and the Lion [Import] DVD ~ Sean Connery
5.0 out of 5 stars The Scotish Sultan, Jan. 18 2004
One of the greatest and most underappreciated movies of all time. There is nothing you can say about this film that can be explained in words. I recommend that every man, woman and child rent this movie, turn off every light in the house, and play it as loud as humanly possible. They don't make movies like they used to and this epic adventure is a true gem. Even if the lead charecter is an Arab man with a slight scottish accent. lol
Purple ~ Stone Temple Pilots
Purple ~ Stone Temple Pilots
5.0 out of 5 stars Carrying the torch, Jan. 4 2003
Stone Temple Pilots are the torchbearers for rock and roll, briding the gap between todays generation and the acid zeplenish rock of the seventies. This album flat out rocks. Totatlly original, balls to the wall rock and roll. "Interstate Love Song" is THE best song of the early nineties and "Big Empty" is an odd poeticly challenging monster of a song. Scott Weilands voice is the heart of this album, pumping raw emotion into the energetic and sometimes erratic music. Definatly an essential album
Places You Have Come To Fear ~ Dashboard Confessional
Places You Have Come To Fear ~ Dashboard Confessional
3.0 out of 5 stars Stop Whining, Jan. 4 2003
When first listening to this CD i was impressed with the tremendous heart and feeling that was put into the lyrics and music of the first few songs. "The Brilliant Dance", "Screaming Infidelities", and "Best Deception" All contain meaninful lyrics and great guitar work. But Chris Carraba's voice can only be tolerated for so long. All the songs on the album start to blend into one and the lyrical styles is also repetitive. He has a lot of talent for a young musician and it shows in the first few cuts of this album. But the rest of the album just dive bombs into a repetitve sob-laden mess.