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Amanda Drew: List of Movies, Films and TV Shows
The Last Post | DVD | (13/11/2017)
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Aden, 1965. The men of the British Royal Military Police are battling a fierce insurgency. Tensions are heightened in the heat of the desert; any lapse in luck or judgement means death. But life and love must continue. The ?60s are starting to swing: sexual liberation, seductive new music and outrageous fashions have hit the sun loungers of the glamorous BP Club. Isolated in this unknown country, nothing is certain, and relationships are tested as pressure and passions intensify. This bitter war brings danger and betrayal, and will question the code these dedicated soldiers live by.
The Other Man | DVD | (13/09/2010)
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In this gripping suspense thriller Oscar nominee Liam Neeson (Taken) is a man obsessed with uncovering the truth surrounding the disappearance of his wife (Oscar nominee Laura Linney). After stumbling across clues that take him to the streets of Milan he tracks down his wife's charismatic lover (Golden Globe nominee Antonio Banderas) and is determined to exact his revenge. In a shocking twist he discovers a labyrinth of secrets and a side to his wife that he never knew.
Hearts And Bones - Series 1-2 - Complete | DVD | (05/11/2007)
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Hearts And Bones follows the lives and loves of a group of friends searching for happiness and fulfilment in London. Mark is a teacher Rich is a butcher and Michael works in the City. Their search for happiness and fulfilment is turned upside down by the reckless actions of Emma Mark's long-term girlfriend. Hearts And Bones tells gripping stories about the dilemmas of everyday life as lived by a close group of friends. It's about lying on your CV to get your dream job and paying the consequences; coping with the death of a parent; feeling jealous of your brother; feeling lonely and finding love in unexpected places. But above all it's about the power of friendship. The cast includes stars Hugo Speer (The Full Monty) Damien Lewis (Warriors) and Dervla Kirwan (Ballykissangel). Others include Amanda Holden (Kiss Me Kate Now You See Her) Andrew Scarborough (Touching Evil) Sarah Parish (Peak Practice) and Kieran O'Brien (Cracker).
I Bought A Vampire Motorcycle | DVD | (24/10/2005)
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Just as silly as it sounds but twice as funny! This refreshingly effective British horror spoof throws caution to the wind and entrails to the floor when biker Noddy (Morrissey) buys a classic Norton with a dark history. Garage bound by day at night the satanic cycle fuels up on the blood of Hell's Angels traffic wardens and street walkers. What follows provides the hilariously imaginative re-working of every scene you'd expect from any self-respecting vamp flick but set on two wh
Family Triple (Robots, Ice Age, Chicken Run) | DVD | (12/03/2007)
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Robots: Academy Award winning director Chris Wedge (Ice Age) returns to create another visually spectacular three-dimensional world with an all-star award-winning cast. This hilarious fun adventure not only pushes the boundaries of animation but also introduces us to a world full of loveable characters who led by Rodney Copperbottom (Ewan McGregor) set out to prove that you can shine no matter what you are made of! Rodney Copperbottom voiced by Ewan McGregor is a small town robot who has a gift for inventing things and a hope of moving beyond his quaint surroundings. He works side by side in a restaurant with his dad who is a dishwasher - literally a dishwasher. You open his chest and load in the dishes. Rodney has dreams of something greater. Armed with his unique talent for inventing Rodney embarks on a journey to Robot City to meet his idol the majestic inventor Bigweld voiced by Mel Brooks. An iconic figure in all of Robot City Bigweld has spent a lifetime creating things to make the lives of robots better. Once in Robot City Rodney finds that things are not quite as he expected and his quest may be a lot harder than he imagined. As he tries to navigate his way around this new city Rodney befriends the Rusties a ragtag group of street-smart bots who know the ropes. One of the Rusties Fender (voiced by Robin Williams) immediately becomes Rodney's best friend and even lets his spunky kid sister Piper Pinwheeler (voiced by Amanda Bynes) tag along. They take him in and for now at least Rodney has a home in Robot City. Ice Age: A star-studded cast provides the voices for the prehistoric creatures in this computer-animated feature set 20 000 years ago as the Ice Age approaches. Seemingly anti-social Manny a woolly mammoth (voiced by Ray Romano) acts as if he just wants to be left alone. When he meets Sid (voiced by John Leguizamo) a sloth the two become unlikely traveling companions. The plot thickens when the duo finds a human infant and decides to try to return the child to its ""herd"". Manny slowly but surely reveals his heart of gold while Sid continues to provide comic relief. Diego (voiced by Denis Leary) a saber-tooth tiger with ulterior motives soon joins them in their search for the humans. Ultimately this group of misfits becomes its own herd learning about friendship and loyalty as they brave snow ice freezing temperatures predators hail and even boiling lava pits. All the while a saber-tooth squirrel Scrat provides comic relief as he valiantly struggles with an acorn. A well-written humorous script and endearing characters mesh well with the state-of-the-art technology and effects. Other stars lending their voices to the feature include Goran Visnjic Jack Black and Jane Krakowski. Chicken Run: Trouble is brewing down on Mrs Tweedy's poultry farm: the chickens are revolting (yes that old chestnut) and clucky hen Ginger (voiced by Julia Sawalha) is planning her latest coop um coup. Getting one or two birds out of the farm is no problem whatsoever. Unfortunately Ginger plans to get everyone out at the same time and when one of the would-be escapees happens to be kind-hearted but bird-brained Babs (Jane Horrocks) Ginger is fighting a losing battle. Despotic owner Mrs Tweedy (Miranda Richardson) plans to turn the birds into the tender filling of her new range of homemade chicken pies and is waiting until the hens have fattened up. Ginger knows that time is of the essence but every daring scheme ends in disaster. Ginger needs a miracle. And fast...
Robots / Ice Age | DVD | (19/09/2005)
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The boys from IMAX bring you two of their classic films on this fantastic double feature boxed set. Robots (Dir. Chris Wedge 2005): Rodney Copperbottom voiced by Ewan McGregor is a small town robot who has a gift for inventing things and a hope of moving beyond his quaint surroundings. He works side by side in a restaurant with his dad who is a dishwasher - literally a dishwasher. You open his chest and load in the dishes. Rodney has dreams of something greater. Armed with