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  • The Mummy Trilogy [Blu-ray + UV Copy] The Mummy Trilogy | Blu Ray | (05/11/2013) from £9.18  |  Saving you £10.81 (54.10%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Rediscover all three adrenaline filled feature films from The Mummy Franchise in this newly packaged trilogy now with UV. The MummyIn 1925 in the Sahara Desert a group of treasure hunters stumble on a 3 000 year old tomb and the mummified incarnation of an Egyptian priest out for revenge: As punishment for killing Pharaoh Seti and sleeping with his mistress Egyptian priest Imhotep was mummified alive and cursed. But in 1923 he is inadvertently resurrected by treasure hunters and must be stopped before he can wreak his final vengeance on the world. The Mummy ReturnsThe mummified body of Imhotep is transported to a museum in London. Once again he wakes and so begins a new campaign of rage and terror. The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor:Taking off the wraps once more but this time the action moves to China for round three of the Mummy adventure. For 2 000 years the ruthless Chinese Dragon Emperor (Jet Li) and his vast army of warriors have been frozen in time cast in clay waiting for their moment to rise again. When young archaeologist Alex O'Connell (Luke Ford) is duped into bringing the ancient warlord back to life he soon realises he has to call in the only people he knows with experience and knowledge of how to battle the undead - his parents father Rick (Brendan Fraser) and mother Evelyn (Maria Bello). As the emperor attempts to re-unite with his massed warriors and finally fulfil his dream of world domination Alex and his family along with mystical high-kicking sorceress Zi Juan (Michelle Yeoh) and a rival cast of undead have to pull out all the stops to keep the evil tyrant from achieving his ends. Special Features: Disc 1 Feature Commentaries: With Director Stephen Sommers and Editor Bob Ducsay With Actor Brendan Fraser With Cctors Oded Fehr Kevin J O'Connor and Arnold Vosloo Building a Better Mummy Visual and Special Effects Formation Deleted Scenes Theatrical Trailer Storyboad to Final Film Comparison Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (Sneak Peek) An Army to Rule the World Part 1 Unraveling the Leagcy of the Mummy Photo Montage Picture in Picture Disc 2 Outtakes Feature Commentary With Director/Writer Stephen Sommers And Executive Producer/Editor Bob Ducsay Mummy: Tomb Of The Dragon Emperor Sneak Peek An Army To Rule The World Part 2 Unraveling The Legacy of The Mummy Exclusive Conversation With The Rock Spotlight On Location The Making Of Storyboard to Final Film Comparison Live 'Forever May Not Be Long Enough' Music Video Disc 3 Feature Commentary Picture in Picture Scene Explorer: Angle A Angle B Angle C Angle D Angle E (4 angles) Visual Commentary Know Your Mummy Creating New and Supernatural Worlds Preparing For Battle With Brendan Fraser and Jet Li A Call To Action: The Casting Process Legacy Of The Terra Cotta Jet Li: Crafting The Emperor From City To Desert The Making Of The Mummy 3 Deleted and Extended Scenes The Dragon Emperor's

  • The Mummy Trilogy [Blu-ray] [2017] The Mummy Trilogy | Blu Ray | (12/06/2017) from £25.00  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    The MummyIf you're expecting bandaged-wrapped corpses and a lurching Boris Karloff-type villain, then you've come to the wrong movie. But if outrageous effects, a hunky hero, and some hearty laughs are what you're looking for, the 1999 version of The Mummy is spectacularly good fun. Yes, the critics called it "hokey," "cheesy," and "pallid." Well, the critics are unjust. Granted, the plot tends to stray, the acting is a bit of a stretch, and the characters occasionally slip into cliché, but who cares? When that action gets going, hold tight--those two hours just fly by. The premise of the movie isn't that far off from the original. Egyptologist and general mess Evelyn (Rachel Weisz) discovers a map to the lost city of Hamunaptra, and so she hires rogue Rick O'Connell (Brendan Fraser) to lead her there. Once there, Evelyn accidentally unlocks the tomb of Imhotep (Arnold Vosloo), a man who had been buried alive a couple of millennia ago with flesh-eating bugs as punishment for sleeping with the pharaoh's girlfriend. The ancient mummy is revived, and he is determined to bring his old love back to life, which of course means much mayhem (including the unleashing of the 10 plagues) and human sacrifice. Despite the rather gory premise, this movie is fairly tame in terms of violence; most of the magic and surprise come from the special effects, which are glorious to watch, although Imhotep, before being fully reconstituted, is, as one explorer puts it, rather "juicy." Keep in mind this film is as much comedy as it is adventure--those looking for a straightforward horror pic will be disappointed. But for those who want good old-fashioned eye-candy kind of fun, The Mummy ranks as one of choicest flicks of 1999. --Jenny BrownThe Mummy Returns Proving that bigger is rarely better, The Mummy Returns serves up so much action and so many computer-generated effects that it quickly grows exhausting. In his zeal to establish a lucrative franchise, writer-director Stephen Sommers dispenses with such trivial matters as character development and plot logic, and charges headlong into an almost random buffet of minimum story and maximum mayhem, beginning with a prologue establishing the ominous fate of the Scorpion King (played by World Wrestling Federation star the Rock, in a cameo teaser for his later starring role in--you guessed it--The Scorpion King). Dormant for 5,000 years, under control of the Egyptian god Anubis, the Scorpion King will rise again in 1933, which is where we find The Mummy's returning heroes Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz, now married and scouring Egyptian ruins with their 8-year-old son, Alex (Freddie Boath). John Hannah (as Weisz's brother) and Oded Fehr (as mystical warrior Ardeth Bay) also return from The Mummy, and trouble begins when Alex dons the Scorpion King's ancient bracelet, coveted by the evil mummy Imhotep (Arnold Vosloo), who's been revived by... oh, but does any of this matter? With a plot so disposable that it's impossible to care about anything that happens, The Mummy Returns is best enjoyed as an intermittently amusing and physically impressive monument of Hollywood machinery, with gorgeous sets that scream for a better showcase, and digital trickery that tops its predecessor in ambition, if not in payoff. By the time our heroes encounter a hoard of ravenous pygmy mummies, you'll probably enjoy this movie in spite of itself. --Jeff ShannonThe Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor The third film in the The Mummy series freshens the franchise up by setting the action in China. There, the discovery of an ancient emperor's elaborate tomb proves a feather in the cap of Alex O'Connell (Luke Ford), a young archaeologist and son of Rick O'Connell (Brendan Fraser) and his wife Evelyn (Maria Bello, taking over the role from Rachel Weisz). Unfortunately, a curse that turned the emperor (Jet Li) and his army into terra cotta warriors buried for centuries is lifted, and the old guy prepares for world domination by seeking immortality at Shangri La. The O'Connells barely stay a step ahead of him (climbing through the Himalaya mountains with apparent ease), but the action inevitably leads to a showdown between two armies of mummies in a Chinese desert. The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor has a lot to offer: a supporting cast that includes the elegant Michelle Yeoh, Russell Wong, and Liam Cunningham, the unexpected appearance of several Yeti, and a climactic battle sequence that is nightmarishly weird but compelling. On the downside, the charm so desperately sought in romantic relationships, as well as comic turns by John Hannah (as Evelyn's rascal brother), is not only absent but often annoying. Rarely have witty asides in the thick of battle been more unwelcome in a movie. Rob Cohen's direction is largely crisp if sometimes curious (a fight between Fraser and Jet Li keeps varying in speed for some reason), but his vision of Shangri La, in the Hollywood tradition, is certainly attractive. --Tom Keogh

  • The Nut Job [DVD] [2014] The Nut Job | DVD | (08/12/2014) from £5.00  |  Saving you £14.99 (75.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play. An incorrigibly self-serving exiled squirrel finds himself helping his former park brethren raid a nut store to survive, that is also the front for a human gang's bank robbery.

  • Journey To The Centre Of The Earth 3D [2008] Journey To The Centre Of The Earth 3D | DVD | (03/11/2008) from £2.61  |  Saving you £17.38 (86.90%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Based on the classic novel by Jules Verne Journey To The Centre Of The Earth 3D stars Brendan Fraser as Trevor a science professor whose radical theories have completely tarnished his reputation. While backpacking across Iceland with his nephew Sean (Josh Hutcherson) the two explorers find a cave that leads them deep down into the bowels of the planet. There they discover a bizarre landscape filled with terrifying creatures.

  • The Mummy [1998] The Mummy | DVD | (15/05/2003) from £1.99  |  Saving you £8.00 (80.10%)  |  RRP £9.99

    Deep in the Egyptian desert a handful of people searching for a long-lost treasure have just unearthed a 3 000 year old legacy of terror. Combining the thrills of a rousing adventure with the suspense of Universal's legendary 1932 horror classic The Mummy starring Brendan Fraser is a true nonstop action epic filled with dazzling visual effects top-notch talent and superb storytelling.

  • Inkheart [2008] Inkheart | DVD | (13/04/2009) from £3.69  |  Saving you £16.30 (81.50%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Mo has the special talent to bring characters out of books. One night he brings out three characters from Inkheart a story set in medieval times and filled with magical beings; Capricorn and Basta two villains and Dustfinger a fire-eater. However Mo is kidnapped and its up to his daughter Meggie and her friends to rescue him!

  • The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor | DVD | (01/12/2008) from £2.75  |  Saving you £17.24 (86.20%)  |  RRP £19.99

    The third film in the The Mummy series freshens the franchise up by setting the action in China. There, the discovery of an ancient emperor's elaborate tomb proves a feather in the cap of Alex O'Connell (Luke Ford), a young archaeologist and son of Rick O'Connell (Brendan Fraser) and his wife Evelyn (Maria Bello, taking over the role from Rachel Weisz). Unfortunately, a curse that turned the emperor (Jet Li) and his army into terra cotta warriors buried for centuries is lifted, and the old guy prepares for world domination by seeking immortality at Shangri La. The O'Connells barely stay a step ahead of him (climbing through the Himalaya mountains with apparent ease), but the action inevitably leads to a showdown between two armies of mummies in a Chinese desert. The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor has a lot to offer: a supporting cast that includes the elegant Michelle Yeoh, Russell Wong, and Liam Cunningham, the unexpected appearance of several Yeti, and a climactic battle sequence that is nightmarishly weird but compelling. On the downside, the charm so desperately sought in romantic relationships, as well as comic turns by John Hannah (as Evelyn's rascal brother), is not only absent but often annoying. Rarely have witty asides in the thick of battle been more unwelcome in a movie. Rob Cohen's direction is largely crisp if sometimes curious (a fight between Fraser and Jet Li keeps varying in speed for some reason), but his vision of Shangri La, in the Hollywood tradition, is certainly attractive. --Tom Keogh

  • Journey To The Centre Of The Earth 3D [Blu-ray] [2008] Journey To The Centre Of The Earth 3D | Blu Ray | (03/11/2008) from £3.99  |  Saving you £16.02 (66.80%)  |  RRP £23.99

    Based on the classic novel by Jules Verne Journey To The Centre Of The Earth 3D stars Brendan Fraser as Trevor a science professor whose radical theories have completely tarnished his reputation. While backpacking across Iceland with his nephew Sean (Josh Hutcherson) the two explorers find a cave that leads them deep down into the bowels of the planet. There they discover a bizarre landscape filled with terrifying creatures.

  • The Mummy Returns (Two Disc Special Edition) [2001] The Mummy Returns (Two Disc Special Edition) | DVD | (01/12/2001) from £2.57  |  Saving you £15.35 (76.80%)  |  RRP £19.99

    We don't have time for subtle," says Brendan Fraser, the star of The Mummy Returns, neatly encapsulating the relentless pace and hammerheaded tone of the film. As is the way of sequels here we have more, more, more of the same formula: more explosions, more action and more mind-numbingly endless CGI effects. Once again borrowing shamelessly from the Indiana Jones series, The Mummy Returns, like its predecessor, has boundless energy but lacks the stylish verve and charm of Spielberg's trilogy. All the original cast are reunited, this time joined by WWF star the Rock in a cameo role designed to plug his spin-off vehicle, The Scorpion King, and young actor Freddie Boath who plays an English eight-year-old in the 1930s whose dialogue borrows from Bart Simpson ("Get a room" and "My dad's gonna kick your arse" are two of his choice phrases). Other cinematic thefts include a Jurassic Park-style creatures-in-the-long-grass sequence and a lengthy triple-threat finale along the lines of Return of the Jedi. Still, despite the wearying relentlessness of its computer-generated effects, endless chases and fights, this is undeniably fun popcorn fodder and provides some memorable scenes along the way, notably Rachel Weisz and Patricia Velasquez battling it out for the affections of nasty old Imhotep.On the DVD: This two-disc "Special Edition" is a treat for fans of the franchise. The first disc has an anamorphic widescreen print of the movie in its 2.35:1 CinemaScope ratio, and a choice of Dolby 5.1 or DTS for the headache-inducing soundtrack. There's a decent commentary from the director and producer, plus a couple of DVD-ROM features. Disc 2 has all the usual stuff, including a 20-minute "making-of" documentary, a five-minute interview with the Rock about The Scorpion King, plus an exclusive trailer for it that is unsurprisingly reminiscent of Conan the Barbarian. There are also some detailed special effects breakdowns of key sequences, a blooper reel of outtakes and a virtual tour of the Universal theme park attraction "The Mummy Returns Chamber of Doom". Sundry trailers, production notes, a music video and an "Egyptology 201" text feature round out a well-loaded second disc. --Mark Walker

  • 3 Film Box Set: Mummy Trilogy (Lenticular) [DVD] 3 Film Box Set: Mummy Trilogy (Lenticular) | DVD | (17/10/2011) from £8.10  |  Saving you £11.89 (59.50%)  |  RRP £19.99

    The MummyCombining the thrills of a rousing adventure with the suspense of Universal's original 1932 horror classic, The Mummy, is a true non stop action epic, filled with dazzling visual effects and top-notch talent. It tells the story of a group of people searching for a long-lost treasure deep in the Egyptian desert, who manage to unearth a 3,000 year old legacy of terror. The Mummy ReturnsWhen a chain of events finds the corpse of Imhotep resurrected in the British Museum, the mummy Imhotep walks the earth once more, determined to fulfil his quest from immortality. But an even more powerful force born of the darkest rituals of ancient Egypt has also been set loose in the world. When these two forces clash, the fate of the world will hang in the balance sending the O'Connells on a desperate race to save the world from unspeakable evil. The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon EmperorFilled with spectacular action and sharp banter, The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor finds the dashing Rick and Evelyn O'Connell (Brendan Fraser and Maria Bello, who took over for Rachel Weisz) called upon for another world-saving adventure. The film opens in 50 B.C., when the ruthless Dragon Emperor (Jet Li) seeks to conquer one last enemy, death, and become an immortal ruler. But when the Emperor betrays an obliging sorceress (Michelle Yeoh), he and his army are cursed to spend an eternity in statuesque limbo. Fast forward to 1946, when Rick and Evelyn are struggling to adapt to their self-imposed retirement. But the fates have other plans, and soon the O'Connells are crossing paths with their somewhat estranged son, Alex (Luke Ford). While enthusiastically carrying on the family's tomb-raiding traditions, Alex has unwittingly brought the Dragon Emperor back to life. With the world in peril, the O'Connells must overcome their differences to prevent the Dragon Emperor from gaining immortality for himself and his army. Along the way they're joined by a mysterious young woman (Isabella Leong), a wily pilot, and a trio of Abominable Snowmen. Jumping from Shanghai to the Himalayas to the Chinese desert, director Rob Cohen (The Fast and the Furious, Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story) takes audiences on a breathless adventure that continues The Mummy's love of quick wits, close calls and big battles. The result is a spirited romp that proves evil is no match against a family united.

  • Journey to the Center of the Earth (3d) [Blu-ray] Journey to the Center of the Earth (3d) | Blu Ray | (15/10/2012) from £6.69  |  Saving you £13.30 (66.50%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Brendan Fraser stars in this action-packed adventure based on the Jules Verne classic that is sure to deliver fun for the whole family! On a hunch to find the center of the earth, Trevor Anderson (Fraser), his nephew and their tour guide make a breakthrough discovery that launches them on a thrilling journey into the unknown. On a scramble to find their way back, the group travels through a never-before-seen world, encountering creatures and objects never imagined. Get close to the action, engage your sense of wonder and take your own journey to the center of the earth!

  • Furry Vengeance [DVD] Furry Vengeance | DVD | (30/08/2010) from £3.89  |  Saving you £14.10 (78.40%)  |  RRP £17.99

    When Dan Sanders (Brendan Fraser) uproots his family to the Oregon woods to build an 'eco-friendly' housing development he thinks his biggest problem will be keeping his family happy. But his job puts him top of the local animals' hit list as the feisty creatures set out to teach Dan that green isn't just the colour of money!

  • The Quiet American [DVD] The Quiet American | DVD | (02/05/2011) from £6.77  |  Saving you £13.22 (66.10%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Aged Times reporter Thomas Fowler (an Oscar-nominated Caine) resentful of American colonialism in southeast Asia in the 1950s vies against young Pyle (Fraser) for the affections of a beautiful Vietnamese woman as the Indo-China war reveals rather more about the American's involvement in the conflict...

  • Gods And Monsters [1999] Gods And Monsters | DVD | (24/04/2000) from £5.95  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £19.99

    One of the most critically acclaimed films of 1998 and winner of several awards including the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay, Gods and Monsters is a compassionate speculation about the final days of James Whale (1889-1957), the director of Frankenstein and 20 other films of the 1930s and 40s, who was openly gay at a time when homosexuality in Hollywood was discreetly concealed. Adapted and directed by Bill Condon from Christopher Bram's novel Father of Frankenstein,the film stars Ian McKellen in a sublime performance as the white-haired Whale, who is portrayed as a dapper gent and amateur artist prompted by failing health into melancholy remembrance of things past. Flashbacks of lost love, World War I battle trauma and glory days in Hollywood combine with Whale's present-day attraction to a newly hired yard worker (Brendan Fraser) whose hunky, Frankenstein-like physique makes him an ideal model for Whale's fixated sketching. The friendship between the handsome gardener and his elderly gay admirer is by turns tenuous, humorous, mutually beneficial and ultimately rather sad--but to Condon's credit Whale is never seen as pathetic, lecherous or senile. Equally rich is the rapport between Whale and his long-time housekeeper (played with wry sarcasm by Lynn Redgrave), who serves as protector, mother and even surrogate spouse while Whale's mental state deteriorates. Flashbacks to Whale's film-making days are painstakingly authentic (particularly in the casting of look-alike actors playing Boris Karloff and Elsa Lanchester), and all of these ingredients combine to make Gods and Monsters (executive produced by horror novelist-film maker Clive Barker) a touchingly affectionate film that succeeds on many levels. It is at once a keen glimpse of Hollywood's past, a loving tribute to James Whale and a richly moving, delicately balanced drama about loneliness, memory and the passions that keep us alive. --Jeff Shannon

  • George Of The Jungle [1997] George Of The Jungle | DVD | (22/01/2001) from £4.29  |  Saving you £13.70 (76.20%)  |  RRP £17.99

    Disney scored an unexpected hit with this goofy live-action remake of Jay Ward's Saturday-morning cartoon, a zippy Tarzan parody with topical references and absurd gags. Disney's big-screen version, George of the Jungle starring Brendan Fraser as the sweet, hopelessly inept jungle hero, puts the emphasis on slapstick and silly fun. The klutzy hero, still swinging into trees and stray boulders, saves a lost Los Angeles socialite (Leslie Mann) on safari and, completely smitten, leaves behind his tree-house home and simian best friend (an Oxford-accented ape voiced by John Cleese) to accompany the socialite back to the concrete jungle of LA, much to the frustration of her conniving fiancé (Thomas Haden Church). Fraser's enthusiastic performance enriches our hunky hero with endearing innocence and energetic pluck. The humour is spotty and consistently more juvenile than the original cartoon, but the unending parade of visual gags (including George's pet elephant Shep, transformed into an overexcited six-tonne puppy by inventive digital effects) keeps the tone light, frothy and winningly fun. --Sean Axmaker

  • George Of The Jungle/George Of The Jungle 2 [1997] George Of The Jungle/George Of The Jungle 2 | DVD | (03/11/2008) from £5.19  |  Saving you £12.80 (71.20%)  |  RRP £17.99

    George Of The Jungle (1997): Bigger than life outrageously funny and loaded with eye popping special effects. Deep in the heart of the African jungle a baby boy is raised by gorillas. He grows up to be the hunky heroic yet clumsy king of the jungle George ( Brendon Fraser) who swings from one tree right into the trunk of the next! But when a beautiful career woman named Ursula stumbles into George's unnatural habitat he's swept off his feet. Leaving behind his forest full of animal friends including Ape a talking gorilla and Shep an elephant who aspires to be a dog George plants roots in the big city of San Francisco where the comedy and adventure only grow bigger. Don't miss all the slam-bang action and good-natured fun that make George of the Jungle a must-see for adults and kids alike. George Of The Jungle 2: Scheming mother-in-law Beatrice Stanhope is not about to let her daughter and grandson hang around with the klutzy King of the Jungle forever. In an elaborate plot she teams with Ursula's obsessive ex-fiance Lyle to hypnotise Ursula into leaving George and turn his jungle to mulch! That's when all vines lead to Las Vegas. There George Ape Shep and Tookie must rescue Ursula and then swing back to save the jungle from Lyle's bulldozing bullies. You'll go ape when these jungle jesters come together for irresistible family entertainment!

  • Stand Off [DVD] Stand Off | DVD | (02/09/2013) from £2.34  |  Saving you £13.65 (85.40%)  |  RRP £15.99

    In an attempt to protect his family and pay off his gambling debts to a local gangster, Jimbo robs the local fish market unaware that it s owned by the gangster. On the run, he hides out in an antique shop where he takes hostage a group of people, including Maguire (Brendan Fraser) who may (or may not) be his father. Surrounded by the police, the SAS and the gangsters crew Jimbo must use his wits (and some antique guns) to try and stay alive.

  • Breakout [DVD] [2013] Breakout | DVD | (14/10/2013) from £2.76  |  Saving you £10.23 (78.80%)  |  RRP £12.99

    An innocent camping trip takes a dark turn for a young brother and sister when they witness a murder. The young siblings become the killers' next target as they are chased and hunted through the wilderness. Serving time over a protest gone terribly wrong their father Jack Damson (Brendan Fraser) devises a plan to break out of prison and rescue his kids from the pair of criminals Tommy (Dominic Purcell TV's Prison Break) and Kenny (Ethan Suplee TV's My Name is Earl). A fight for survival ensues in the action-packed thriller where the hunters become the hunted.

  • California Man [1992] California Man | DVD | (05/02/2001) from £10.45  |  Saving you £4.44 (29.60%)  |  RRP £14.99

    California Man shows just how hilariously out of control things can get when the Stone Age meets the Rock Age head-on! The fun kicks off when two high school buddies dig up frozen cavemen in their backyard! Once the living fossil thaws out the friends figure he's their ticket to being cool. But the plan backfires when the newcomer turns everyday life upside down generating pre-hysterical craziness wherever he roams! If you liked Wayne's World you're going to love the totally awes

  • Texas Rising [DVD] [2015] Texas Rising | DVD | (04/04/2016) from £8.00  |  Saving you £11.99 (60.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    An all-star cast including Bill Paxton, Brendan Fraser, Ray Liotta, Jeffery Dean Morgan, Olivier Martinez, Cynthia Addai-Robinson, Chad Michael Murray and Kris Kristofferson bring to life the thrilling, gut-wrenching and inspiring true story of how the state of Texas fought for its freedom from the commanding rule of Mexican General Santa Anna and the formation of America's oldest and most legendary law enforcement agency - The Texas Rangers. Texas 1836, crushed from the outside by Mexican armadas and attacked from within by ferocious Comanche tribes - no one was safe. But this was a time of bravery, a time to die for what you believed in and a time to stand tall against the cruel rule of the Mexican General Santa Anna (Olivier Martinez). The heroic General Sam Houston (Bill Paxton), the rag-tag Rangers and the legendary Yellow Rose of Texas lead this story of the human will to win against insurmountable odds. At the end, the Texas flag stood tall and victorious, claiming a piece of history for all eternity. This is a story of the human spirit rising in the face of insurmountable odds and claiming a piece of history for themselves. There are times in the building of civilisations that men must stand and be counted, or fall and be forgotten. Texas is Rising.

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