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the longer and more pretensions to grandeur and critical relevance the reviews thinks they possess the better
that's the impression that I get.
is on Amazon. Giles Smith, the rarely amusing Times sport on telly columnist, brought out a collection of his much better Telegraph work a few years ago entitled Midnight In The Garden Of Evel Knieval. Now go and look up its reviews on said site.
and gave 1 star, as the aspect ratio wasn't to his satisfaction, he also wrote an A4 page saying why
reviewed the film gave a one star, one of his objections was that he couldn't relate/ like the main character because he wasn't good at fighting - I can't remember the film, it had don cheadle and was about terrorist/CIA type rubbish
For instance, Heretic Pride by the Mountain Goats. There's a record that quite a lot of people are rather fond of.
"Toss - one star" says 'moshbug' from Sheffield.
turns out you can comment on the reviews on amazon :D
let the smug off begin
"Go and have a look in your local bookshop and find a normal looking paperback. Count the words on any page. Multiply it by the number of pages in the book."
i'll pass thnx
I R RITER!
there are none :')