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David Mackenzie
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Attended University of Glasgow
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Video compressionist, DVD/BD author, display calibrator & reviewer
  • HDTVTest
    Senior Reviewer, 2007 - present
  • AVForums
    Reviewer, 2008 - 2010
  • Freelance
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November 3
Fun games, but don't eat here. The food and service were appalling. Charged for things that never showed up, flavorless food, and a waitress who even hung around as I signed the check. No offense, but if I'm going to leave a small tip for awful service I don't want you hanging around watching what I write!
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Booked a shuttle to pick me up from JFK hours ahead of me landing at 7.30am. It's 10.22am and I am still not home in lower Manhattan. Obviously the busy roads aren't the company's fault, but I find it amazing that they took an entire hour to pick me up from the airport despite promising a 20 minute window. This service cost $22. What's the point? You can get an UberPool for about $40. I guess SS is only useful if you're on a really tight budget or really don't value your time. Won't be using again.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Ordered 2 tacos - one was okay, the other was the most flavorless, chewy mush I've ever tasted in a Mexican restaurant - flavorless onions and spinach. Maybe the rest of the food is good but definitely not one for the veggies among us.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
5 reviews
Most of the screens are pretty good, but the IMAX is poor. OK, the screen is big (although not as big as real IMAX, this is the cut-down version), but when I went to see the dark 10 Cloverfield Lane, I saw that the theater was designed in a way that has the light in the emergency exit corridor shining onto the screen at all times! I don't mean the red EXIT sign (required by law), I mean there was a gigantic light in the corridor. That kind of ruined the dark mood and meant that the $4 premium for "IMAX" here actually buys you a bigger screen, but poorer overall picture quality, since anything dark black becomes a hazy dark-red-gray because of the stray light. Pretty weak, AMC - stick to the other screens which are overall better and cheaper.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago