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Greta Chi: List of Movies, Films and TV Shows

  • White Mischief [DVD] (1987) White Mischief (1987) | DVD | (26/09/2011) from £3.00  |  Saving you £6.99 (70.00%)  |  RRP £9.99

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  • Tom's Midnight Garden [DVD] Tom's Midnight Garden | DVD | (07/11/2011) from £7.45  |  Saving you £5.50 (42.30%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Tom's Midnight Garden is the magical tale of a young boy who is transported to a mysterious world of times past. 14-year-old Tom is sent to stay with his Aunt and Uncle for the summer to avoid catching measles from his brother. One night on hearing the grandfather clock strike 13 he sets off to explore and discovers the house has been transformed. He investigates further and opens the door to a magical sunlit garden of a bygone age where he meets Hatty a young orphan girl and begins an incredible adventure. Based on Philippa Pearce's timeless fantasy Tom's Midnight Garden stars Greta Scacchi James Wilby and David Bradley who later starred as Argus Filch in the Harry Potter series.

  • Daniel Deronda [2011] [DVD] [2002] Daniel Deronda | DVD | (02/05/2011) from £9.95  |  Saving you £7.05 (35.30%)  |  RRP £19.99

    From the Oscar-winning director of The King’s Speech comes this sumptuous, BAFTA award-winning BBC adaption of George Eliot’s masterpiece, charting an intense love story set in Victoria high society. The noble Daniel Deronda becomes entranced by frivolous beauty Gwendolen Harleth and though she shares his feelings fate conspires to keep them apart. Gwendolen, facing financial ruin, is forced into an oppressive marriage with the sinister but wealthy aristocrat Henleigh Grandcourt and Daniel finds a new life through his friendship with Jewish singer Mirah Lapidoth. As their lives are once more shaped by fate and self-discovery this classic, mesmerizing tale reaches its dramatic conclusion. Adapted by renowned writer Andrew Davies (Pride and Prejudice, Middlemarch, Tipping the Velvet) this highly-acclaimed costume drama boasts a glittering cast including Hugh Dancy, Romola Garai, Hugh Bonneville, Jodhi May, Greta Scacchi, Edward Fox, Celia Imrie and Barbara Hershey.

  • Raquel Welch Collection Raquel Welch Collection | DVD | (04/09/2006) from £12.14  |  Saving you £-2.85 (-30.70%)  |  RRP £9.29

    Fathom: From exploding earrings to dances with bulls to leaps from a plane at 10 000 feet there isn't much Fathom can't handle in this wildly entertaining espionage spoof! Voluptuous dental hygienist-turned-skydiver Fathom Harvill (Raquel Welch) is recruited by a top-secret government agency to parachute into Spain in search of an elusive war defector (Tony Franciosa) and a missing H-bomb detonator he is believed to possess. But the super sexy spy may expose more than she bargained for as she unravels the truth behind her employer's motives - with hilarious results! (Dir. Leslie H. Martinson 1967) Fantastic Voyage: A Fantastic and spectacular voyage... Through the human body... Into the brain. Shrunk to microscopic size an elite scientific and medical team enters the bloodstream of an ailing scientist in a desperate effort to save his life. Battling the body's incredible defenses the crew must complete their mission before time runs out. The film was to win Oscars for Best Visual Effects (by Art Cruikschank) and Art Direction. The legacy of the film was to continue as 'Fantastic Voyage' later received an animated spin-off show. (Dir. Richard Fleischer 1966) Bandolero: It's a Wild West clash of personalities in Val Verde Texas for the warring Bishop brothers (Dean Martin and James Stewart) who must now join forces to escape a death sentence. Featuring an all-star cast including Raquel Welch and George Kennedy and exploding with action Bandolero! packs a smoking six-gun wallop from its first tense show-down to its last exciting shootout. (Dir. Andrew V. McLaglen 1968) Lady In Cement: The suave sleuth Tony Rome makes a shocking discovery while diving for treasure: a beautiful blonde woman anchored in a block of cement. When a local hood hires him to find his missing girlfriend his investigation begins with the mysterious ""Lady in Cement."" But everyone he talks to either is killed or trying to kill him... (Dir. Gordon Douglas 1968)

  • Emma [1996] Emma | DVD | (05/02/2001) from £4.00  |  Saving you £10.50 (70.00%)  |  RRP £14.99

    Most people didn't mind Gwyneth Paltrow's English accent in this charming, 1996 adaptation of Jane Austen's novel (which also inspired Clueless). But even if it doesn't sound quite right to you, there are plenty of authentic and wonderful Brit thespians in this film by screenwriter-turned-director Douglas McGrath (co-author of Woody Allen's Bullets Over Broadway), including Juliet Stevenson (Truly Madly Deeply), Alan Cumming (Buddy), Phyllida Law (Much Ado About Nothing), Ewan McGregor (the Scots star of Trainspotting), and Sophie Thompson, outstanding and finally heartbreaking as the chattering Miss Bates. Paltrow plays Austen's benign busybody, Emma Woodhouse--so busy trying to arrange the lives of others that she is sidestepping her own. McGrath brings a kind of pretty and light touch to the production, his best move the wise delegation of creative authority to the actors themselves. --Tom Keogh

  • The Merchant Ivory Collection The Merchant Ivory Collection | DVD | (20/09/2004) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £169.99

  • Hindenberg [DVD] Hindenberg | DVD | (15/08/2011) from £5.79  |  Saving you £10.20 (63.80%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Frankfurt May 1937. The Hindenburg the world's largest airship is getting ready to fly to New York. A vehicle of staggering dimensions it is the pride of Nazi Germany. But it has one serious flaw: due to an American embargo preventing the sale of helium to Germany the Hindenburg is filled with highly combustible hydrogen gas instead...

  • Defence Of The Realm [1985] Defence Of The Realm | DVD | (28/01/2008) from £6.44  |  Saving you £4.70 (36.20%)  |  RRP £12.99

    A reporter Mullen (Gabriel Byrne) stumbles on a story linking a prominent Member of Parliament to a KGB agent. Has there been a Government cover-up? Mullen teams up with Vernon Bayliss (Denholm Elliott) an old hack and Nina Beckam (Greta Scacchi) the MP's assistant to find out the truth.

  • Miss Austen Regrets [2008] Miss Austen Regrets | DVD | (28/04/2008) from £4.79  |  Saving you £10.20 (68.00%)  |  RRP £14.99

    Based on Jane Austen's actual letters and diaries this drama unravels the secrets of this elusive woman. Jane is nearing her forties and has never married. To her niece Fanny Knight - a young pretty girl desperate to fall in love - Jane is a favourite aunt who offers the wisdom and knowledge that will help her in her own search for a happy marriage. But surely the woman so capable of writing love on the page must have experienced love herself? Jane surrenders little to her niece but secrets there are and Jane is forced to examine afresh the reasons why she has remained single.

  • Presumed Innocent [1990] Presumed Innocent | DVD | (26/07/1999) from £3.99  |  Saving you £7.50 (53.60%)  |  RRP £13.99

    Rich with ambiguity, this smooth adaptation of Scott Turow's bestselling mystery novel stars Harrison Ford as Rusty Sabich, the prosecuting attorney assigned to a case involving the murder of a beautiful, seductive lawyer (Greta Scacchi) with whom he'd been having a secret affair. After the investigation gets off to a slow start, damning evidence points to Rusty as the prime suspect. His career is destroyed when his superior and secondary suspect Raymond Horgan (Brian Dennehy) sets him up for the fall. Bonnie Bedelia plays Rusty's wife Barbara, who is not above suspicion herself. While Ford's performance rides a fine line between presumed innocence and possible guilt, director Alan J Pakula (All the President's Men) maintains a consistent tone of uncertainty that keeps the viewer guessing. --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com

  • Agatha Christie's Marple - By The Pricking Of My Thumbs Agatha Christie's Marple - By The Pricking Of My Thumbs | DVD | (17/07/2006) from £3.89  |  Saving you £6.10 (61.10%)  |  RRP £9.99

    Agatha Christie's classic sleuth Miss Marple (here essayed by Geraldine McEwan) takes on another case of murder most foul... When Tommy and Tuppence visit an elderly aunt in Sunny Ridge nursing home Tuppence is concerned by one resident - Mrs Lancaster's (June Whitfield) - who rambles about a dead child behind the lounge fireplace. When Tuppence is introduced to one resident's friend - Miss Marple - she finds herself joining forces with her to follow the clues which lead them to t

  • The Player [1991] The Player | DVD | (30/04/2001) from £22.74  |  Saving you £-9.75 (-75.10%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Robert Altman's a biting satire on the Hollywood industry, The Player, has always been acknowledged by insiders as too close to the truth for comfort. Opening with a self-referential nine-minute tracking shot around the studio lot where producer Griffin Mill (Tim Robbins) works, the story's intrigue begins with the first of several postcard death threats from a writer he's angered. After accidentally killing the wrong man, Mill moves from one star-studded lunch table to another. All the while he's hounded by the real writer and an obsession with "Ice Queen" artist June Gudmundsdotter (Greta Scacchi) who'd been the deceased's girlfriend. Altman's tradition of improvised dialogue makes each of the dozens of cameos a fascinating treat for movie fans. Blink and you'll miss Angelica Houston, John Cusack, Rod Steiger, or Bruce Willis and Julia Roberts who appear in the hilarious movie-within-a-movie finale. There's an endless list of terrific support from the likes of dry-witted Fred Ward, fly-swatting Lyle Lovett, or tampon-twirling Whoopi Goldberg. Aside from the star-spotting and a script that crackles with sharp dialogue, this also warrants acknowledgement for being the movie to set off an explosion of independent film in the Nineties. On the DVD: there's a commentary track (which leaves the film's soundtrack playing a little too loud) from director Altman who talks at length about the poor state of today's industry, and writer Michael Tolkin who contributes about ten minutes of veiled displeasure about the treatment of a writer's work. There are five grainy deleted scenes featuring lost cameos from Tim Curry, Jeff Daniels, and Patrick Swayze. Then in a 16-minute featurette a lot of the deleted footage is repeated around an interview with Altman. A trailer rounds out the package. --Paul Tonks

  • Heat And Dust [1983] Heat And Dust | DVD | (30/06/2003) from £29.95  |  Saving you £-16.96 (-130.60%)  |  RRP £12.99

    The passion violence mystery and beauty of India are rapturously evoked in Merchant Ivory Productions' acclaimed HEAT AND DUST based on the novel by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala the Oscar winning screenwriter and novelist.Blending east and west and moving effortlessly between the vibrant world of modern-day India and the magnificent splendours of the Raj HEAT AND DUST intertwines the contemporary story of Anne a young woman drawn to India by her desire to unravel the scandal surrounding her great-aunt Olivia's seduction in the 1920s by a glamorous Indian prince. for Anne it proves as much a journey of self-discovery as the opportunity to solve an enigma as she too becomes seduced by the romantic and luxurious enchantments of India.

  • The Red Violin [1998] The Red Violin | DVD | (12/05/2008) from £3.99  |  Saving you £12.00 (75.00%)  |  RRP £15.99

    A skilled craftsman makes a violin for his unborn child. When tragedy strikes and his wife and child are killed he decides to finish the violin. The story follows the instrument as it travels across the centuries and changes hands many times.

  • The Odyssey [2007] The Odyssey | DVD | (30/05/2007) from £2.99  |  Saving you £-16.84 (-563.20%)  |  RRP £2.99

    The Odyssey

  • The Ebony Tower [DVD] The Ebony Tower | DVD | (19/09/2011) from £7.69  |  Saving you £5.30 (40.80%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Featuring a formidable central performance by Laurence Oliver one of Britain s most revered actors this BAFTA-nominated television play was adapted by John Mortimer (Rumpole of the Bailey) from the novel by John Fowles; a distinguished supporting cast includes Greta Scacchi and Roger Rees. Henry Breasley (Olivier) is an elderly painter whose secluded retirement is invaded by David Williams (Rees) a brash young artist commissioned to produce a biographical study of the great man. Breasley shares his home in the South of France with two young English girls both former art students Diana and Anne. In this strange mnage David is left in no doubt about his host's views on modern abstract art. However he is puzzled by the old man's relationship with the girls especially when he also finds himself strongly attracted to Diana...

  • The Odyssey [1997] The Odyssey | DVD | (04/10/2004) from £2.25  |  Saving you £-4.99 (-38.40%)  |  RRP £12.99

    The ancient world's most spectacular epic unfolds in this star studded special-effects filled adventure of breathtaking beauty and power in this adaptation of Homer's Odyssey....

  • Heat And Dust [1982] Heat And Dust | DVD | (17/03/2008) from £4.79  |  Saving you £11.20 (70.00%)  |  RRP £15.99

    The passion violence mystery and beauty of India are rapturously evoked in Merchant Ivory Productions' acclaimed 'Heat And Dust' based on the novel by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala the Oscar winning screenwriter and novelist. Blending east with west and moving effortlessly between the vibrant world of modern-day India and the magnificent splendours of the Raj 'Heat And Dust' intertwines the contemporary story of Anne a young woman drawn to India by her desire to unravel the scandal surrounding her great-aunt Olivia's seduction in the 1920's by a glamorous Indian Prince. For Anne it proves as much a journey of self-discovery as the opportunity to solve an enigma as she too becomes seduced by the romantic and luxurious enchantments of India.

  • The Red Violin [1999] The Red Violin | DVD | (03/02/2003) from £7.24  |  Saving you £-6.72 (-67.30%)  |  RRP £9.99

    François Girard's The Red Violin (1998) is a good-looking but ultimately insubstantial piece from a director who seems more concerned with tone, colour and style than narrative coherence. The film traces the story of a violin originally made in 17th-century Italy, which is taken to an 18th-century monastery to be played by a child prodigy. The violin later comes into the hand of a virtuoso in 19th-century Oxford, from there to China in the Cultural Revolution and on to Montreal, where--before it can be auctioned--it is "acquired"' by Samuel L Jackson. Unfortunately, none of these stories make much of an impression: the episode in Oxford is particularly weak, with Greta Scacchi wasted, and the film is even less than the sum of its parts. Jackson is completely miscast as an expert on musical instruments, even if a criminal one. To be frank, this is a poor effort, though well photographed and with a pleasing score by composer John Corigliano performed by violinist Joshua Bell. On the DVD:The disc contains a theatrical trailer but no other features. The soundtrack is excellent, in Dolby Surround. The image is equally good, in a 1.78:1 anamorphic print. --Ed Buscombe

  • Defence Of The Realm [1985] Defence Of The Realm | DVD | (11/10/1999) from £3.99  |  Saving you £-18.00 (-257.50%)  |  RRP £6.99

    In the politically charged atmosphere of Margaret Thatcher's Britain, newspaper reporters are hungry for the big story that will make them stars and their newspapers famous. Nick Mullen (Gabriel Byrne in his first starring role) is one such reporter for the London Daily Dispatch. A top member of Parliament (Ian Bannen) is the focus of the latest political scandal: he has been photographed with a prostitute who is known to have Russian contacts. Nick barrels into the scandal full-bore, despite warnings from his mentor (a deft Denholm Elliott). Nick receives a tip that makes his story a front-page item and he quickly becomes a celebrity himself. But as he soon discovers, there is much more to the story than he imagined. Director David Drury (Prime Suspect 3) keeps this highly complex, John le Carré-esque story moving swiftly. The clues are hard to find at times but it is not because the story is told unclearly; rather, the filmmakers have decided that audiences can think for themselves and piece together the information along with Nick. Defence of the Realm overlooked and truly entertaining thinking person's film. --Doug Thomas

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