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  • Captain Fantastic [DVD] Captain Fantastic | DVD | (23/01/2017) from £6.81  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Deep in the forests of the Pacific Northwest, isolated from society, a devoted father (Viggo Mortensen) dedicates his life to transforming his six young children into extraordinary adults. But when a tragedy strikes the family, they are forced to leave this self-created paradise and begin a journey into the outside world that challenges his idea of what it means to be a parent and brings into question everything he's taught them.

  • Captain Fantastic [Blu-ray] Captain Fantastic | Blu Ray | (23/01/2017) from £10.40  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Deep in the forests of the Pacific Northwest, isolated from society, a devoted father (Viggo Mortensen) dedicates his life to transforming his six young children into extraordinary adults. But when a tragedy strikes the family, they are forced to leave this self-created paradise and begin a journey into the outside world that challenges his idea of what it means to be a parent and brings into question everything he's taught them.

  • The Ninth Gate [2000] The Ninth Gate | DVD | (06/10/2008) from £3.53  |  Saving you £6.00 (60.10%)  |  RRP £9.99

    For a while it looks like Roman Polanski's The Ninth Gate, adapted from the novel The Club Dumas by Arturo Pérez-Reverte, might recapture the beautiful uneasiness of such masterpieces as Repulsion and Rosemary's Baby. The horror of a Roman Polanski picture is not about spectacle and shock but a goose-pimply sense of evil lurking just outside the frame and hidden behind the faces of slightly unsettling characters. Here, a calm, almost sleepy Johnny Depp plays cynical, unscrupulous rare-book hunter Dean Corso, who's hired by demonologist Boris Balkan (Frank Langella) to authenticate a rare volume that, legend has it, was co-written by Lucifer himself. Dean leaves a Gothic looking New York (re-created in Europe by Polanski as a sinister city of shadows) for Portugal and Paris to compare Balkan's volume with the two copies known to be in existence and uncovers a mystery with unholy ramifications. He also finds himself at the centre of a conspiracy that involves Balkan, a widow who will stop at nothing to retrieve Balkan's book (Lena Olin, who gleefully bites and claws her way through the part), and a mysterious guardian "angel" (Polanski's wife, Emmanuelle Seigner) who shadows his every step. The Ninth Gate is full of rumbling menace and deliciously unsettling imagery, but Polanski's languorous direction and purposefully vague story render a film that's eerie without every becoming thrilling. It's perpetually on the verge of becoming interesting--right up to its obscure final image.-Sean Axmaker, Amazon.comOn the DVD: Roman Polanski provides us with his first ever DVD commentary here, and makes his eye for detail and atmosphere very apparent in talking about design and his use of the camera. He also announces his love for the quality of DVD since he's always hated VHS. You also see him briefly amongst other interviewees in a two-minute featurette. There's also a trailer, 10 pages of production notes, and generous cast and crew information. One novelty is a gallery of The Nine Gates books' spot-the-difference satanic drawings. Best of all is an isolated track of Wojciech Kilar's excellent score, which is as well preserved by this transfer as the rich palette of earthy browns used by Polanski to paint the screen. --Paul Tonks

  • Robot & Frank [DVD] Robot & Frank | DVD | (15/07/2013) from £2.64  |  Saving you £10.23 (78.80%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Set in the near future Frank a retired cat burglar has two grown children who are concerned he can no longer live alone. Against the old man's wishes his son buys Frank a walking talking humanoid robot programmed to improve his physical and mental health. Slowly and with a fair bit of reluctance Frank begins to accept his new digital companion seeing an opportunity to use Robot's unique skills to try their luck as a heist team. Special Features: Audio Commentary Interview with Director Jake Schreier and Frank Langella Trailer

  • Dave [1993] Dave | DVD | (22/02/1999) from £5.99  |  Saving you £8.00 (57.20%)  |  RRP £13.99

    A heart-warming story of mistaken identity and idealism, director Ivan Reitman (Ghostbusters) takes on the political establishment in this fresh, funny comedy. Kevin Kline (Sophie's Choice, A Fish Called Wanda) plays Dave Kovic, a sweet man with a big heart running an employment agency. Dave happens to be a dead ringer for the current president of the United States and he hires himself out as an impersonator for parties and mall openings. When the real president has a stroke while in bed with an aide, his ambitious chief of staff (Frank Langella) decides to hold onto the White House by appealing to Dave's sense of patriotism and having him pose as the president. Soon, however, Dave is running the country in a way contrary to what the chief of staff would like, even as he finds himself falling in love with the unsuspecting first lady (Sigourney Weaver). The movie's unbridled optimism is its best asset and it makes this a pleasant comedy worth seeing. --Robert Lane

  • Twelve Chairs / History Of The World Part 1 / Life Stinks / Silent Movie / To Be Or Not To Be / High Anxiety / Young Franke Twelve Chairs / History Of The World Part 1 / Life Stinks / Silent Movie / To Be Or Not To Be / High Anxiety / Young Franke | DVD | (24/04/2006) from £14.95  |  Saving you £3.07 (17.00%)  |  RRP £18.02

    Herein lies 7 of the funniest Mel Brooks comedies ever committed to film. The Twelve Chairs: Russian bureaucrat Ron Moody learns that his mother is dying and has hidden the family fortune in one of twelve dining chairs left in their ancestral home. He rushes home only to find the chairs have gone to the Ministry of Housing to be relocated! Young Frankenstein: Mel Brooks' monstrously crazy tribute to Mary Shelley's classic pokes hilarious fun at just about every Fra

  • Masters Of The Universe [1987] Masters Of The Universe | DVD | (16/06/2003) from £11.98  |  Saving you £4.01 (25.10%)  |  RRP £15.99

    He-Man Eternia's most powerful warrior defends the honour of the future paradise from the hideous Skeletor and his wicked ally Evil-Lyn. Skeletor has imprisoned the Sorceress of Greyskull Castle in a power-absorbing energy field. The only way to free her and stop Skeletor ruling the Kingdom lies in using the Cosmic Key. However the key has been lost on Earth through a dimensional time-warp and discovered by two Californian teenagers. He-Man must find it before Skeletor's top inter-galactic mercenaries or else nothing will save Eternia from a dark millennium...

  • Draft Day [DVD] Draft Day | DVD | (26/01/2015) from £6.59  |  Saving you £9.40 (58.80%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Ivan Reitman directs this sports drama starring Kevin Costner as the manager of an American football team. The story follows the lead up to and the day of the 2014 National Football League (NFL) Draft, where college players are selected to join a team. Under pressure from the team's owner Anthony Molina (Frank Langella), Cleveland Browns general manager Sonny Weaver Jr (Costner) accepts a deal to make a trade with Seattle Seahawks manager Tom Michaels (Patrick St. Esprit) for the number one p.

  • Junior [1994] Junior | DVD | (04/08/2008) from £4.19  |  Saving you £5.80 (58.10%)  |  RRP £9.99

    Arnold Schwarzenegger as a pregnant man? The Terminator with cramps and morning sickness? That was all the teasing audiences needed to flock to this 1994 farce, which reunited Arnold with his director and co-star from Twins, Ivan Reitman and Danny De Vito. Reitman had also directed the Austrian muscleman in Kindergarten Cop, and they brought the same breezy quality of those earlier films to this enjoyable fluff, in which Arnold plays a scientist who uses his own body to test a revolutionary new fertility drug. His colleague De Vito talks him into the experiment, which succeeds beyond their wildest expectations when Arnold begins a full-term pregnancy. Emma Thompson offers a wealth of comedic support as the biologist who moves into Schwarzenegger's lab while he's coping with his "maternal" condition, and Pamela Reed (who was also in Kindergarten Cop) adds to the fun as De Vito's pregnant ex-wife. What's surprising about this mainstream hit is not that it makes the most of its absurd premise, but that it's also sweetly heart-warming in its treatment of role reversal and the joys and pains of pregnancy. It's a good-natured vehicle for a different side of Schwarzenegger's star appeal, and the fact that it works at all is a tribute to Reitman and his cleverly talented cast. --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com

  • Grace Of Monaco [DVD] [2014] Grace Of Monaco | DVD | (13/10/2014) from £4.29  |  Saving you £15.70 (78.50%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Set in 1962 six years after her celebrated Wedding of the Century Grace of Monaco is an intimate snapshot of a year in the life of the twentieth century's most iconic Princess - Grace Kelly - as she strived to reconcile her past and her present a yearning for a return to the big screen with her newfound role as a mother of two monarch of a European principality and wife to Prince Ranier III. While contemplating overtures from Alfred Hitchcock to return to her career in Hollywood Grace found herself plunged into a personal crisis when Rainier's modernization of an ailing Monaco was halted by Charles de Gaulle - the French President - and his attempts to not only impose French taxation on Monaco but reclaim the principality for France by force. Grace of Monaco is a real-life fairytale a sweeping romance a portrait of the cinematic legend of Princess Grace and a realization that love is much more than a passion but an obligation.

  • Frost/Nixon [DVD] Frost/Nixon | DVD | (18/05/2009) from £2.75  |  Saving you £17.24 (86.20%)  |  RRP £19.99

    It?s not always that a stage play translates particularly well to the medium of movies. But for anyone considering such a challenge in the future, Frost/Nixon is surely a fine template to follow. In the capable hands of director Ron Howard, the extraordinary story of how a then-fairly low profile television interviewer managed to bring the disgraced former President of the United States to account is, at best, absolutely riveting. Much of the reason for this is the two leading performances, which are both absolutely exception. The awards attention for Frost/Nixon has been directed towards Frank Langella, and truly he?s an actor long overdue some recognition. Here, as ex-President Nixon, he?s flat-out brilliant: a complex, intriguing character portrayed with real measure and expertise. It?s unfair, though, that Michael Sheen has been overlooked by some. Fresh from portraying Tony Blair in The Queen, Sheen is once more brilliant here, injecting Frost with an erratic, on-the-edge fallibility that sets up the film?s final act extremely well. Now you can argue, with some right, that Frost/Nixon flattens out some of the facts to its own liking, and certainly the portrayal of David Frost doesn?t seem to do the man too many favours. But when it gets to the interviews themselves, it?s electric, and proof that you don?t need a bunch of effects and flashy gimmicks to keep you on the edge of your seat. Ron Howard has done this to us before with a true story, in the shape of Apollo 13, and here again, even though we know the ending, the journey there is quite brilliant. You really can make compelling drama with just two people sat in a chair? --Simon Brew

  • Cutthroat Island [1995] Cutthroat Island | DVD | (04/08/2008) from £3.10  |  Saving you £9.89 (76.10%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Morgan Adams (Geena Davis) is the daughter of pirate captain Black Harry. On his death bed Black Harry bequeaths his ship and his crew of bandits to her also revealing that he has one third of a treasure map tattooed on his skull. Morgan sets sail on the high seas in Jamaica with her well educated slave William Shaw (Matthew Modine) in search of the two remaining pieces of the map which lie in the hands of Morgan's evil uncle Captain Dawg (Frank Langella)...

  • Frost/Nixon [Blu-ray] [2008] Frost/Nixon | Blu Ray | (18/05/2009) from £5.59  |  Saving you £19.05 (76.20%)  |  RRP £24.99

    It?s not always that a stage play translates particularly well to the medium of movies. But for anyone considering such a challenge in the future, Frost/Nixon is surely a fine template to follow. In the capable hands of director Ron Howard, the extraordinary story of how a then-fairly low profile television interviewer managed to bring the disgraced former President of the United States to account is, at best, absolutely riveting. Much of the reason for this is the two leading performances, which are both absolutely exception. The awards attention for Frost/Nixon has been directed towards Frank Langella, and truly he?s an actor long overdue some recognition. Here, as ex-President Nixon, he?s flat-out brilliant: a complex, intriguing character portrayed with real measure and expertise. It?s unfair, though, that Michael Sheen has been overlooked by some. Fresh from portraying Tony Blair in The Queen, Sheen is once more brilliant here, injecting Frost with an erratic, on-the-edge fallibility that sets up the film?s final act extremely well. Now you can argue, with some right, that Frost/Nixon flattens out some of the facts to its own liking, and certainly the portrayal of David Frost doesn?t seem to do the man too many favours. But when it gets to the interviews themselves, it?s electric, and proof that you don?t need a bunch of effects and flashy gimmicks to keep you on the edge of your seat. Ron Howard has done this to us before with a true story, in the shape of Apollo 13, and here again, even though we know the ending, the journey there is quite brilliant. You really can make compelling drama with just two people sat in a chair? --Simon Brew

  • The Box [DVD] [2009] The Box | DVD | (19/04/2010) from £4.19  |  Saving you £13.80 (76.70%)  |  RRP £17.99

    Based on the short story by Richard Matheson The Box stars Cameron Diaz and James Marsden as Norma and Arthur Lewis a suburban couple with a young child. One day they receive a simple wooden box as a gift which bears fatal and irrevocable consequences. A mysterious stranger (Frank Langella) delivers a message that the box promises to bestow upon its owner million with the press of a button. But pressing this button will simultaneously cause the death of another human being somewhere in the world... Someone they don't know. With just 24 hours to have the box in their possession Norma and Arthur find themselves in the crosshairs of a startling moral dilemma and must face the true nature of their humanity.

  • And God Created Woman And God Created Woman | DVD | (24/09/2007) from £5.98  |  Saving you £10.01 (62.60%)  |  RRP £15.99

    On The Seventh Day He Got Creative. A beautiful free spirit whose only want is to play Rock 'n' Roll finds her spontaneous style always gets her in trouble. With a smitten politician in one hand and a husband in the other she creates her own rules - then breaks them. Director Roger Vadim's (Barbarella) remake of his 1956 Bardot classic And God Created Woman achieves the right balance between retaining the original eroticism whilst accounting for an independent modern woman's approach to life.

  • The Bible - Moses The Bible - Moses | DVD | (29/11/2010) from £7.99  |  Saving you £5.00 (38.50%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Sir Ben Kingsley enthralls in the central role of Moses as he embarks on his momentous undertaking to lead the Israelites out of bondage into the promised land...

  • Jason And The Argonauts [DVD] Jason And The Argonauts | DVD | (28/09/2015) from £8.29  |  Saving you £4.70 (36.20%)  |  RRP £12.99

    This version of Jason and the Argonauts is not a remake of the classic 1963 Ray Harryhausen feature, but a new re-telling of the Greek legend. It takes just as many liberties with the saga, but--with a running time twice as long as the original--it packs in much more of the story, building to an exciting finale filled with betrayal, retribution and copious sword-play. Made by mini-series specialists Hallmark, who also produced a lavish version of Homer's The Odyssey (1997), only the rapid fades where the commercial breaks would be really give away the fact that this is a TV feature. The multinational cast is variable, and while Jason London is unhappily wooden in the title role, such stars as Denis Hopper and Frank Langella are good value, American accents aside. Coming straight from the big screen sword and sandal epic, Gladiator, Derek Jacobi adds sheer class, while Jolene Blalock makes a breathtaking debut as Medea. The visual atmosphere is strong; the superb cinematography varying between lush beauty and the stark, sun-bleached look of Pitch Black. Production values are excellent, with several increasingly powerful and spectacular action set-pieces incorporating outstanding (for TV) CGI effects, the whole being immeasurably lifted by British composer Simon Boswell's splendid musical score.--Gary S. Dalkin

  • All Good Things [DVD] All Good Things | DVD | (18/02/2013) from £4.79  |  Saving you £11.20 (70.00%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Inspired by one of the most notorious unsolved missing person cases in New York history, All Good Things is a love story and murder mystery set against the backdrop of a 1980's real estate dynasty. David Marks, the heir to his family's fortune, meets working class Katie and they flee the city for a simple life in the country. Eventually they are lured back to the city by his father, where David mysteriously turns more controlling and violent. When Katie disappears without a trace, and David's best friend turns up dead, David becomes the main suspect and the family's dark secrets lead the way to a disturbing truth.

  • Dracula [1979] Dracula | DVD | (16/10/2006) from £4.44  |  Saving you £10.40 (65.00%)  |  RRP £15.99

    This stylish production of the classic gothic horror tale stars Frank Langella repeating his electrifying award-winning stage performance as the bloodthirsty Count with Laurence Olivier as the devout vampire hunter Van Helsing Dracula's nemesis.

  • Brainscan Brainscan | DVD | (30/01/2006) from £6.80  |  Saving you £3.19 (31.90%)  |  RRP £9.99

    When horror fanatic Michael (Edward Furlong) receives a virtual reality game called 'Brainscan' he cannot help himself and decides to play it. Michael finds himself committing a simulated murder. It's frightening and totally unbelievable but when Michael awakes his excitement turns to fear when the TV reports a brutal murder in his neighbourhood. Is it more than just coincidence? When a second game mysteriously arrives Michael is determined not to play. Enter the Trickster (T. Ryde

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