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Reviewer:
womblesteam
Reviews:
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Votes:
141 (16% helpful)

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  1.  Absolute rubbish!

    Posted: 

    I wouldn't waste my money on this teenage geeky rubbish. The one episode I watched made me cringe. I could think of a lot more DVD's to spend your money on that are 100 times more entertaining than this. Don't waste your money!

  2.  Wouldn't play on my multi-region DVD player.

    Posted: 

    This is a classic British musical starring the old Bermondsey Boy, Tommy Steele. I bought this - region1 - to watch on my multi-region DVD player, but it just won't play. Every other DVD import plays perfectly except this one. BE WARNED!!

  3.  Not a classic.

    Posted: 

    This film is enjoyable to watch and has some funny moments in it, but it will never be classed as a cinema classic like Batman and Spiderman. The format has been changed from the 60's series and The Black Beauty (car) is not as cool as the original one, but it's still worth watching. Don't expect a film on the same level as Batman though.

  4.  The worst ever Carry On.

    Posted: 

    This film is, by far, the worst one in the Carry On series of films. It's cheap, but only worth buying if you want to complete your Carry On collection. If you're thinking of buying this as a one-off, I wouldn't bother. Every other Carry On film is better than this. The storyline is pathetic and Windsor Davies just plays a mirror image of his Major 'shut-up' Williams from It Ain't Half Hot Mum!.

  5.  NO SUBTITLES

    Posted: 

    This is without a doubt, the funniest TV show that has been on for a very long time. It's just a shame that the company that made it couldn't be bothered to give it the option of viewing with subtitles for the deaf like myself. If it had them, I would've given it five stars.

  6.  Two classic British comedy films but NO SUBTITLES

    Posted: 

    This is two classic comedies starring the late british comedy genius, Tony Hancock. I would've given it five stars if the makers of this DVD weren't so tight-fisted and had put subtitles on it.
    This probably don't mean much to those who can hear properly and I dont expect too many will find this review helpful, but it's a shame the deaf like myself can't get the full benefit of these classic moments of British comedy.
    They're still worth buying though.

  7.  Absolute rubbish!

    Posted: 

    This is a film that has been given a classic title but has very little in common with the actual classic H.G. Wells story. It's not set in the correct location, Surrey, England, and they didn't even make the start of story about where the Martians came from in line with the book.

    Read the book and you will realise how inaccurate the storyline of this terrible film is.

  8.  SHERLOCK HOLMES? The wrong title I'm affraid.

    Posted: 

    If you take away the title of this film, you're left with a pile of rubbish and it would been slated by many. You can not change classic stories and it characters, but that is what this film tried to do. You can always tell how bad a film is by how fast the DVD gets reduced in price. This DVD was reduced just after it was released. Need I say more?

    Tit-for-tat anyone?

  9.  YES, I have watched it. YES, it's rubbish.

    Posted: 

    I watched one episode to see if it's as bad as people say it is and, sorry, but they are correct. It's just a kiddie/teen show with nothing of interest for an older audience. The younger viewers love it because, as the saying goes, simple things please simple minds.

    Tit-for-tat anyone?

  10.  GET LOST!!

    Posted: 

    This film was made during a period when Hollywood was low on ideas, so they decided to go on a quest of remaking and destroying classic films. This one is no exception. The classic Michael Caine version is, by far, superior to this pile of rubbish. I wouldn't touch this with a barge pole.
    It should never have been made.