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Like Mike

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17 November 2008


‘Like Mike’ is all about telling it how it is! So from me you’ll get nothing but straight to the point, open and honest film/DVD, music, restaurant and adventure tourism reviews, 150 words or less or your money back guaranteed! Not that you’re paying for them, but you get the point!

So if you want to know if that film currently screening at the cinemas is worth seeing, that DVD sitting on the video store shelf is worth buying or renting, if that new CD is bad-ass, or if that restaurant or adventure tourism spot that’s just opened down the road is good value, then I’ll give you 150 words to help make up your mind, one way or the other!

So have a read, share, like, and just spread the word to help the people know what’s what! Even this profile was 150 words or less! Bam!

For a chance to win any of the DVD's, Blu-Ray's or CD's I review, e-mail to go in the draw!


  • Movie Review - Ip Man

    Today will be my first review of a film that is still currently in cinemas because as of late I’ve been watching so many DVD’s and not making it into the cinemas.

  • DVD Review - Band Of Brothers

     Well I’m back after a three week xmas and new years brake and I thought I would review a TV series that we watched while we were away at the beach. Now this is the third time I’ve watched this series and it hasn’t lost any of its impact.

  • DVD Review - The Piano

    16th December 2008 - Now for a review of a real New Zealand classic of a film ‘The Piano' which was written and directed by Jane Campion.

  • DVD Review - Out of the Blue

    ‘Out of the Blue’ is a film I’ve been meaning to see for a long time but I just never got around to it.

  • DVD Review - Revolver

    Well its going to be another DVD review this time and again its a slightly older one with the 2005 ‘Revolver’ by Guy Ritchie.

  • DVD Review - Postal

    25th November 2008 - Well I'll start my first ever blog here with a review of the DVD 'Postal' I watched last night with my flat mates. Now this is a movie that's been out for a couple of years and I have heard about it through the grapevine but I never thought I would actually see it. Why?