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The Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, a review by Jon


The Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer
3 out of 5




"Invisible Woman" Sue Storm and "Mr Fantastic" Dr. Reed Richards are about to be married when a mysterious alien the Silver Surfer crashes the proceedings and heralds Earth's impending destruction. With time running out, the Fantastic Four must use all their powers in a thrilling race to save the planet.

(From DCO third annual November Alphabet Marathon - discussion/review/banter thread on November 7th, 2009)

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Home on the Range, a review by GSyren


TitleHome on the Range (5-017188-814812)
DirectorWill Finn, John Sanford
ActorsG. W. Bailey, Roseanne Barr, Bobby Block, Steve Buscemi, Carole Cook
Produced2004 in United States
Runtime73 minutes
AudioEnglish Dolby Digital 5.1, Other Dolby Digital 2-Channel Stereo, Spanish Dolby Digital 5.1, Portuguese Dolby Digital 2-Channel Stereo, Commentary Dolby Digital Mono
SubtitlesEnglish, Portuguese, Spanish
Overview
My thoughtsThe Wild, and also most computer animated features except the Tinker Bell sequels. I have some, but far from all, of their animated direct-to-video features.

That said, I held off buying Home on the Range The Wild, too?
My rating3 out of 5


(From Reviews and ramblings by Gunnar on September 26th, 2013)

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My PILOT Marathon, a review by Rich


Swinging - Series One

Episode 1

A sketch show from Channel 5 which centres around relationships. The six episodes from Series 1 include the characters: Carla The Fussy Lay, Snobby Doggers, Prisoners Of Love, Miss Beasley, Sex Therapist, The Camp Fiancee, Tom's Parents, The Horse Whisperer, Nostalgic Guy and Wrong Boyfriend



Vulgar and shock TV can sometimes be funny. Sadly on this pilot episode for a relatively unknown channel 5 series the laughs came thin and slow. It is a format of short sketches with repeating characters, all loosely linked to sex and swinging.
Pretty base and pointless stuff, unknown cast, untested formula, I guess Ch5 were hoping the shock value may increase their profile on UK terrestrial TV - it didn't work.
 :yawn:


(From My PILOT Marathon on September 3rd, 2009)