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A Civil Action [VHS]
A Civil Action [VHS]
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4 of 8 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Hmmm...ok, February 6, 2001
This review is from: A Civil Action [VHS] (VHS Tape)
What made me give the movie such a low rating is the ending. The movie starts strong and continues to be solid and well done, until the end. But the end itself is so-so.
Pros:
* Of course, this is one of those John Travolta-gets-20-mil movies, so it must be good, right? Well, maybe. John certainly gave a terrific performance in the movie.
* The movie is virtually star-studded. It includes such great actors as Robert Duvall, William H. Macy, and most importantly, John Lithgow. I love this guy. After seeing him do an awesome job on 3rd Rock from the Sun, it's nice to see him do something very serious again. He is amazingly convincing as the judge in the movie, and when he angrily screams, acting doesn't get any better. The movie also contains two of my all time favorite supporting actors, Dan Hedaya (Dick, First Wives Club) and James Gandolfini (Tony Soprano).
* One of the most exciting things in movies is the trial scenes (just watch A Few Good Men and Primal Fear). The trial scenes in this movie are pretty good.
Cons:
* At the end, what happened? Instead of writing what happened to the characters we hated, we should've seen it. That ruined the ending.
Bottom line: Worth a rent.
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Ride the Lightning
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5.0 out of 5 stars apologies, November 29, 2000
This review is from: Ride the Lightning (Audio CD)
Sorry for my double post. A mistake.


Ride the Lightning
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Wow!, October 18, 2000
This review is from: Ride the Lightning (Audio CD)
In my humble opinion, this is Metallica's greatest pre-Black Album album. A lot of people say it's Master of Puppets, but I personally think this one is better.
Here are the pros and cons(and takes):
Pros:
* This album shows the versatility of Metallica, when they were 22-23-year-old! Anti-war epics, ballads and instrumental work aren't something you hear a lot from young rockers.
* Contains an excellent set of songs. Here are some quick takes:
-"Fight Fire with Fire": the albums opening track is definitely Metallica's fastest song, and probably the fastest song of all time (mainly the rhythm guitar). James plays Rhythm guitar with his usual good taste and flawless accuracy, but this time, it's way faster. Whoever thought that he could outdo any song on "Kill'em All"? Like, did anyone think that, say, "Metal Militia" or "Whiplash" could've been beaten? Not me, and I was proven to be a million miles away from being correct.
Folks: you have to hear the songs yourselves to know what I'm talking about. And believe it or not, as if the awesome speed of the song wasn't enough, Jaymz plays even faster at the chorus! Wow!
Totally awesome thrasher.I give this an 7 out of 10.
-"Ride the Lightning": the album's title track is an anti-Capital punishment epic. A lot of people say the song ain't that much, I disagree a little. While the melody of the vocals was inconsistent at times, over all, the song featured some amazing instrumental work. For instance, listen to James' guitar after the second chorus, and you can't help but admire the amazing speed. The intro is excellent, and it gets much better after several seconds.
I give it a 4.
-"For Whom the Bell Tolls": well well well! Here, the REAL Metallica starts to shine! If this song isn't great, then I don't know what to call it.
Let's take'em one by one: the lyrics show staggeringly beautiful poetry and balance, which makes it one of Metallica's best lyrics to date. The rhythm guitar(played by vocalist/songwriter James Allan Hetfield, for those who don't know) features one of Metallica's most powerful riffs(if you count Metallica's powerful riffs, you will never finish), and its tune is awesome and REALLY memorable. As for Hammett, while he didn't do one of his usual right-after-the-second-chorus-solos, he did participate with a memorable riff at the beginning and between choruses. As for the bass, well! Let me just say that the bass is THE most memorable part and definitely Metallica's greatest bass work so far(here it's done by ex-bassist Cliff Burton who died later, but the bass is done later much better by Jason Newsted, the current headbanging bassist). As for Lars, what could I say about this drum legend? Everything Lars does is absolutely amazing. I've yet to hear someone who drums better than him. His use of drums and percussions in this particular song is extremely powerful and very well-timed.
Any music fan will love this song. Take my word on that. I give it an easy 10.
-"Fade to Black": Metallica's first ballad. Not bad. Good Hammett solo. Some fast rhythm riffs by James. Fine lyrics. The first 20 or so seconds are my favorite part of the song, where they show mingling of the two guitars. However, if you want Metallica's best pre-Black album ballad, listen to the album "Master of Puppets'" "Sanitarium". For Metallica's finest ballad, listen to "Nothing Else Matters" on the Black Album.
I give this a 5.
-"Trapped Under Ice" and "Escape": to me, they sound like fillers.
-"Creeping Death": do I really need to say anything about this particular song? I bet you've heard it or at least heard about it endlessly. It's one of Metallica's all time greatest songs, featuring what I consider guitarist Kirk Hammett's finest solo to date. The lyrics are just so cool, and James' rhythm guitar riffs are totally delicious. Lars, as always, shines, with his flawless timing, very powerful drums(definitely the heaviest drums and percussion I've had the pleasure to experience) and spectacular use of percussion.
This song is one of the fans'(and definitely the band's) favorite songs in concerts. It features one of the greatest moments in heavy metal history: the part of the song right after Hammett's solo(starts there, and ends with the last "killing firsborn man"). This part is mind-blowingly powerful and amazingly enjoyable. If you are a regular music fan, you will feel sheer joy listening to that specific part. If you are a heavy metal fan, you will get what I call a musical orgasm. You don't have to believe me; just listen to the song and wait for the solo, then when the solo ends, pay attention.
Cliff's bass at the end adds more depth and life to the song. It's kinda sad. I don't know why, but the bass just sounds sad. It sounds like a part that would be played when someone dies. It's very beautiful though.
It gets a 10.
-"The Call of Ktulu": Metallica's first instrumental(lets not count "Kill'em All"'s "Pulling Teeth (Anesthesia)", since it was mainly bass) is a musical masterpiece that shocked me. What shocked me is how could a young rock band have so much depth? I could understand it if they did it now, but way early?
Anyway, this stunning piece of art has only one flaw: it's a little too long.
I give it a 6.
Bottom Line:
-For regular music fans, you might like "For Whom the Bell Tolls" and "Fade to Black". The other songs are a little too heavy to be enjoyed by non-heavy metal fans.
-For heavy metal fans, I highly recommend this album.
-As for Metallica fans, they don't need what I have to say,because they already have this album.


Master of Puppets
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1 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent work..., October 18, 2000
This review is from: Master of Puppets (Audio CD)
What is it about this album? The fans that deserted Metallica when they changed their style(i.e. the so-called "hardcore fans") consider this the greatest album of Metallica's career. While this album certainly stands out and blows away anything that bands like Motley Crue ever did and could ever do, it definitely isn't Metallica's best.
Pros:
* Very versatile and deep album.
* The A-side is just amazingly good.
* Quick takes:
-"Battery": Cool thrasher. Is it just me or does its overall structure sound just like "Fight Fire With Fire"? A little acoustic at the beginning and then, boom, Heavy Metal madness! Listen to S&M for a better version.
I give this version a 5.
-"Master of Puppets": one of rock's all-time greatest sons, a super-popular favorite among the fans, and an amazing epic. Just listen to the fans when it's played. The best version of this song is in S&M, although you might find the symphony a little annoying at the beginning of the song.
I give this a 9.
-"The Thing That Should Not Be": Wow! How innovative could you get?
What is it with songs that are inspired by novels? One of Nirvana's best songs ("Scentless Apprentice") is inspired by a novel, and this one is no different. I give it a 7,but the S&M version is ten times better in every possible way.
-"Sanitarium": Metallica's best pre-Black Album ballad, and it's absolutely amazing. Heartbreaking and well-written song, this is probably the first song you'll like.
I give it a 7.
-"Disposable Heroes": It starts strong, and then gets a little annoying. If you want a better war song, try "For Whom the Bell Tolls".
I give it a 2.
-"Leper Messiah": While it spreads a noble message (apparently, attacking people who say something and act otherwise), it gets repetitive after a short while.
I give it a 3.
-"Orion": This instrumental piece is late bassist Cliff Burton's favorite, and I am not surprised by that, since he was pretty active in it. However, it isn't better than "The Call of Ktulu".
I give it a 3.
-"Damage Inc.": this thrasher's got a pretty cool name. I don't think it's that good though.
I give it a 2.
I know that the last 4 ratings will upset a lot of people, but hey, it's just my opinion. You're not obliged to take it.
Cons:
* As you might have guessed, the B-side isn't as good as the A-side.
Bottom Line: a satisfying choice for metalheads, but other than them, I don't think you'll like it that much, except for "Sanitarium".


Ride the Lightning
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5.0 out of 5 stars Metallica...how great could you get?, October 16, 2000
This review is from: Ride the Lightning (Audio CD)
In my humble opinion, this is Metallica's greatest pre-Black Album album. A lot of people say it's Master of Puppets, but I personally think this one is better.
Here are the pros and cons(and takes):
Pros:
* This album shows the versatility of Metallica, when they were 22-23-year-old! Anti-war epics, ballads and instrumental work aren't something you hear a lot from young rockers.
* Contains an excellent set of songs. Here are some quick takes:
-"Fight Fire with Fire": the albums opening track is definitely Metallica's fastest song, and probably the fastest song of all time (mainly the rhythm guitar). James plays Rhythm guitar with his usual good taste and flawless accuracy, but this time, it's way faster. Whoever thought that he could outdo any song on "Kill'em All"? Like, did anyone think that, say, "Metal Militia" or "Whiplash" could've been beaten? Not me, and I was proven to be a million miles away from being correct.
Folks: you have to hear the songs yourselves to know what I'm talking about. And believe it or not, as if the awesome speed of the song wasn't enough, Jaymz plays even faster at the chorus! Wow!
Totally awesome thrasher.I give this an 7 out of 10.
-"Ride the Lightning": the album's title track is an anti-Capital punishment epic. A lot of people say the song ain't that much, I disagree a little. While the melody of the vocals was inconsistent at times, over all, the song featured some amazing instrumental work. For instance, listen to James' guitar after the second chorus, and you can't help but admire the amazing speed. The intro is excellent, and it gets much better after several seconds.
I give it a 4.
-"For Whom the Bell Tolls": well well well! Here, the REAL Metallica starts to shine! If this song isn't great, then I don't know what to call it.
Let's take'em one by one: the lyrics show staggeringly beautiful poetry and balance, which makes it one of Metallica's best lyrics to date. The rhythm guitar(played by vocalist/songwriter James Allan Hetfield, for those who don't know) features one of Metallica's most powerful riffs(if you count Metallica's powerful riffs, you will never finish), and its tune is awesome and REALLY memorable. As for Hammett, while he didn't do one of his usual right-after-the-second-chorus-solos, he did participate with a memorable riff at the beginning and between choruses. As for the bass, well! Let me just say that the bass is THE most memorable part and definitely Metallica's greatest bass work so far(here it's done by ex-bassist Cliff Burton who died later, but the bass is done later much better by Jason Newsted, the current headbanging bassist). As for Lars, what could I say about this drum legend? Everything Lars does is absolutely amazing. I've yet to hear someone who drums better than him. His use of drums and percussions in this particular song is extremely powerful and very well-timed.
Any music fan will love this song. Take my word on that. I give it an easy 10.
-"Fade to Black": Metallica's first ballad. Not bad. Good Hammett solo. Some fast rhythm riffs by James. Fine lyrics. The first 20 or so seconds are my favorite part of the song, where they show mingling of the two guitars. However, if you want Metallica's best pre-Black album ballad, listen to the album "Master of Puppets'" "Sanitarium". For Metallica's finest ballad, listen to "Nothing Else Matters" on the Black Album.
I give this a 5.
-"Trapped Under Ice" and "Escape": to me, they sound like fillers.
-"Creeping Death": do I really need to say anything about this particular song? I bet you've heard it or at least heard about it endlessly. It's one of Metallica's all time greatest songs, featuring what I consider guitarist Kirk Hammett's finest solo to date. The lyrics are just so cool, and James' rhythm guitar riffs are totally delicious. Lars, as always, shines, with his flawless timing, very powerful drums(definitely the heaviest drums and percussion I've had the pleasure to experience) and spectacular use of percussion.
This song is one of the fans'(and definitely the band's) favorite songs in concerts. It features one of the greatest moments in heavy metal history: the part of the song right after Hammett's solo(starts there, and ends with the last "killing firsborn man"). This part is mind-blowingly powerful and amazingly enjoyable. If you are a regular music fan, you will feel sheer joy listening to that specific part. If you are a heavy metal fan, you will get what I call a musical orgasm. You don't have to believe me; just listen to the song and wait for the solo, then when the solo ends, pay attention.
Cliff's bass at the end adds more depth and life to the song. It's kinda sad. I don't know why, but the bass just sounds sad. It sounds like a part that would be played when someone dies. It's very beautiful though.
It gets a 10.
-"The Call of Ktulu": Metallica's first instrumental(lets not count "Kill'em All"'s "Pulling Teeth (Anesthesia)", since it was mainly bass) is a musical masterpiece that shocked me. What shocked me is how could a young rock band have so much depth? I could understand it if they did it now, but way early?
Anyway, this stunning piece of art has only one flaw: it's a little too long.
I give it a 6.
Bottom Line:
-For regular music fans, you might like "For Whom the Bell Tolls" and "Fade to Black". The other songs are a little too heavy to be enjoyed by non-heavy metal fans.
-For heavy metal fans, I highly recommend this album.
-As for Metallica fans, they don't need what I have to say,because they already have this album.


Re-Load
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3.0 out of 5 stars In addition to my first review, July 26, 2000
This review is from: Re-Load (Audio CD)
Quick takes:
-"Fuel":In my opinion,the best track(and one of every Metallica's fans' favorites).Fast,fierce,and extremely powerful,right from second 1.Awesome drums by Lars,really powerful rhythm guitars and very cool Hammett solo.This is what I call a Metallica song.It's got their signature power. I give it 10/10.
-"The Memory Remains":Excellent song.Metallica always surprises.This time with Marianne Faithfull!I know it sounds wierd,but it actually works,and works good.Love the lyrics.The S&M version is better. 7/10
-"Devil's Dance": Wow! How scary could you get?You just have to love this creepy attempt of the devil to get someone on his side.The lyrics are fantastic,and the melodies couldn't have been more appropriate for the lyrics.Jason's bass is obvious here,since it's the intro.Hammett's work here is just so creepy.It captured the meaning and essence of the song perfectly.And just when you think that the song couldn't get any better,you get the awesome ending":It's nice to see you here,HA HA!".A must.8/10
-"The Unforgiven II":Of course,no sequel will outdo the original "Unforgiven",but this MTV hit is actually very good.James' voice is very beautiful here,and Hammett's role expands here a little. 6/10
-"Better Than You":Pretty powerful song(some parts of it anyway).But I give it a 5.
-"Slither":I love this song.Pretty creepy at times.7/10
-"Where the Wild Things Are":The creepiest song I've ever listened to.It's just so scary.I give it a 7 out of 10.
-"Low Man's Lyric":Very touching song.I think it's a Metallica first,because I don't hear Jaymz' guitar here.5/10
-"Attitude":Pretty traditional Metallica song.5/10
-"Fixxxer":an underrated epic,and it's always sad to see that.6/10


Women and the Koran: The Status of Women in Islam
Women and the Koran: The Status of Women in Islam
by Anwar Hekmat
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7 of 24 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Does anyone really care what two nobodies say?, July 26, 2000
Usually when I review a product, I name the inaccurate or bad parts in it separately. This book is so full of lies that I don't know where to start. That's why I will redirect you to A.Alothman's excellent review (below). Since every review here is talking about and excerpting from the book, I think I have to comment on some extremely misinformed and biased reviews:
First, The reviewer from Independent Publisher (not surprisingly, he didn't publish his name) childishly bought every single letter in this pile of lies without even thinking of easily going to a search engine, typing "Islam" and then hitting "Search". That's almost all it is to it. But no, why do that when you hate Islam?
People, you don't have to believe me: look at his review and look how instead of focusing on the contents of the book, he took the main lies in it and started expanding upon them. His credibility as a reviewer needs no comment here at all. You judge. He says that the book is "...well researched and clearly organized...". Clearly organized? Yes. Well researched? I won't say anything here, but I just have one simple little request from this "honest" reviewer: click on my name to get my Email address, Email me, we'll have a debate, and then we'll see how much you know about Islam to judge if such nonsense is "well-researched", ok? I'll be waiting.
Second, to the regular reviewers: Have you researched and seen if Islam and Muhammad (peace be upon him) are like what the liars (they don't deserve the title "authors", though technically they do) characterized or not?
About the Malaysian woman, she says:"...All the time I over heard pious muslim men talking about great the pleasure of having sex with underage virgin girls and condemning about how sexually tasteless a non virgin girls to have sex with...". This shows you her bias and that she's here just to offend Islam. Mam, do you have any idea how cheap it is to take a scene from your community and then label it Islamic? And ok, what if they said so? Men do prefer virgins, whether you like it or not
As for the reader from Europe (no wonder he didn't post his name either),he said:"...Whereas an unmarried muslim male can have as much premarital sex as he likes, a muslim woman is strictly obliged to preserve her virginity to "keep the honor of the family". If she does not do so, she must expect to be killed by her own family (in order to re-install the "honor of the family")"
Uhhh, but how do we know if that's true or not, sir?"...those are facts proven by evidence..." Really? Oh, I'm convinced now with this "evidence".(no need to tell you that this review is another bull-faced lie. Just to let you know how much of a liar this guys is, Qur'an 24:2 says that an adulterer(pre-marital one)must be striped 100 times in public).
Finally, about the reader from USA (don't you notice a pattern here with the word "reader"? I sure do), he says:" who undertakes to explore Muhammad's marriage to a 9-year-old girl..." Muhammad wasn't the only one. It was a common thing in Arabia, and it was an excellent way to prevent men and women from having premarital affairs ,and those were considered perverse by the majority(using your US standards, a girl must have sex with at least one boyfriend before marriage, right?).Continuing the "review":"... his copulation with her in a room filled with her dolls,". Can you tell us more about the copulation? (I also never knew that they had dolls at that time)You also have to come up with an explanation to why Muhammad(peace be upon him) married only one virgin in his life, and why were all of his other wives non-virgins, and why he married a woman who exceeded menopause, and a lot of other things. Going on:"... his marriage to at least 11 (and possibly as many 20...". Let me get this straight: you think it's a shame when someone has a clean and pure relationship with a woman (embodied in marriage), but it's totally ok for him or her to do the same without marriage? Oh, ok. Finally:"... It's astounding, yet accurate...". It's accurate, huh? Ok. From what we've seen of your unsurpassed knowledge of Islam and striking honesty and unbiased nature, it's ok to take our knowledge of Islam from you. Totally ok.
And it goes on and on, ladies and gentlemen.
To all non-Muslims: if you take your info about Islam from lying anti-Muslims, then what's the point? You yourself could do the same thing! Just fabricate anything, and then attribute it to Islam, and voilah!
Look: if you want to know about Islam, look at its scriptures. Look for true Islamic websites and examine what they say.
Ignore the lies presented by the liars of the book and know Islam directly. To Amazon.com's people: I have modified the contents of the review. If you are not going to publish it, then Email me and tell me why. Otherwise, I will consider it discrimination,since other people said worse things.
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Metallica
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5.0 out of 5 stars In addition to my first review..., July 13, 2000
This review is from: Metallica (Audio CD)
I just want to say this about Metallica's ballads,especially "The Unforgiven" here:I'm not a very sentimental person when it comes to entertainment.But Metallica's artistic truthfulness blows me away.All I could say is this:"Sanitarium" almost brought me to tears,"The Unforgiven" did.I was trying not to let my self go all along,but in the end,especially when Hammett's solo broke in,I couldn't hold it any more.Truly amazing song.
I forgot to mention some things about the last two songs:
-"My Friend of Misery":Cool chorus.Has one of Hammett's longest solos,and it's awesome.
-"The Struggle Within":Pretty good song.Hammett's solo is just amazing and the song is so powerful.
And why dosn't anyone comment on James' unsurpassed guitar abilities?He's the uncrowned king of rhythm guitar.He playes it flawlessly as fast as thunder,and he does it so perfect,that it feels as if a supercomputer is generating the sound.In the end,I'll say this:Jaymz is the one who made me LOVE rhythm guitar.


Addicted to Love [VHS]
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2 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars his is the perfect movie for boring a weekend., May 29, 2000
This review is from: Addicted to Love [VHS] (VHS Tape)
Pros:
*Neat plot.
*Good performances.
*Humorous.
*Creative (the spying scenes are spectacular).
*Meg Ryan is simply the perfect romantic comedy star. She always glows, both talent-wise and beauty-wise.
Cons:
*Although Matthew Broderick was almost better than usual, he still is Matthew Broderick. He's still cold. It looks as if he has no feelings whatsoever, be they joy, surprise, sadness, anger, or whatever. He doesn't play them well.
Bottom line: Humor-wise, it's excellent. The French guy is hilarious! Romance-wise, ok, but just ok, nothing more. Maybe if someone other than Matthew played the part...Matthew isn't that a good romanitc comedy star.
Overall an entertianing experience.


Metallica: S & M With The San Francisco Symphony (Concert) [VHS]
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5.0 out of 5 stars Michael Kamen and Wayne Isham are GENIUSES!, May 28, 2000
The direction is simply stunning.The director of Metallica's Cunning Stunts stretches more direction muscle here.The editing is also excellent.
Pros:
*It's a Metallica greatest hits concert!
*The San Fransisco Symphony were amazing.I've never seen an orchestra play so fast.
*The lights,editing,direction,effects and the whole setting in general were brilliant.
*Jaymz' voice was so terrific.Sometimes deep(most of the time),sometimes touching(Nothing Else Matters,No Leaf Clover) and sometimes powerful(The Thing That Should Not Be,Master of Puppets,-Human).
Cons:
*Why couldn't we see a lot of Jason in the beginning of "For Whom The Bell Tolls"?
*"Of Wolf And Man" shouldn't have been changed.It's the perfect Metallica song.
*James still hasn't perfected the part "sleep with one eye open,gripping your pillow tight---exit:light,enter:night".It's not the same as the original.In the original,the word "light" seems to be extended,like this :"Eeeeexit liiiiight!".
About the S&M documentary,it's outstanding.The pre-show and post-show doc's have always been so much fun.
My advice: watch the documentary first and then the concert. I regret watching the concert first. Don't make my mistake.
And about the memorable moments in my review of the S&M audio CD,I forgot to add to them Lars' staggeringly fast rolls in "Fuel", "Master of Puppets", "For Whom the Bell Tolls", and a lot others.
By the way, was it just me, or was James having a blast performing "The Thing That Should Not Be"? I like it when he jumps.
Also, add to the phenomenal songs, "Battery". "Devil's Dance" and "Enter Sandman" were also very cool.
By the way,I changed my mind:I think that Hammett's original "Of Wolf And Man" solo was better than S&M's.(I said the opposite in my cd review)
If you ask me what's THE most memorable moment of the concert,it's definitely that part of "Of Wolf And Man" where James says "...so seek the wolf in thyseeeeeeeeeeeelf!" with the symphony building up.And the best part in this part is Jason's background scream.What a rush!
Bottom line:this is one unbelievable epic.I can't recommend it higher.


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