A good natured Welshman reviews films and TV shows for which he has a soft spot, concentrating more on their good traits than bad.
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A good natured Welshman reviews films and TV shows for which he has a soft spot, concentrating more on their good traits than bad.

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9 April 2011 (USA)  »

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Welshy's stuffed monkey is named Rob. See more »

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Referenced in Forget About It: Suburban Knights (2011) See more »

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Brilliant
23 October 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The reason i like "Welshy Reviews" is because he is extremely interesting to watch and to listen to, he manages to say his lines well without the over use of jump cuts of without using jump cuts at all. He lists what he likes and dislikes in a film he is review and brings these up at his conclusion of the review, stating if he liked it or not. In his reviews he uses lots of detail and picks out the clichés and plot elements borrowed that were used in the film. He also compares a film he is reviewing to another film that has a similar plot and also if its a sequel or remake, he will compare it to the original film. His review are well written and sometimes funny, something that is quite hard to, especially when they are both well written and funny. Overall, Welshy is talented critic/reviewer who is incredibly underrated, i recommend that you give him a watch and if you like him, keep watching.


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