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Cloud Atlas | DVD | (01/07/2013)
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From acclaimed filmmakers Lana and Andy Wachowski creators of The Matrix Trilogy and Tom Tykwer director of Run Lola Run the powerful and inspiring sci-fi epic Cloud Atlas explores how the actions and consequences of individual lives impact one another throughout the past the present and the future. Action mystery and romance weave dramatically through the story as one soul is shaped from a killer into a hero and a single act of kindness ripples across centuries to inspire a revolution in the distant future. Special Features: A Film Like No Other - Three directors. Six stories across 800 years. Actors jumping through time space and personality. How did three visionaries of cinema divvy up the filmmaking to create a coherent whole and how did this massive endeavour come to be?
Robots (2005) | DVD | (19/09/2005)
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The delightful designs of William Joyce make Robots a joy to behold. The round, bouncy, and ramshackle forms of hero Rodney Copperbottom and his computer-animated friends are part of an ornate and daffy Rube-Goldberg universe of elaborate contraptions and gleaming metallic surfaces.
The Flintstones | DVD | (13/12/1999)
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This pleasant, lightweight live-action version of the popular cartoon is about as good as you might expect. The kids should love the broad humour and the Henson Studios creatures but like The Addams Family movies, the look and the cast are the best things going for it. Considering that the nature of the material is so sparse, the thinly plotted story works better than other TV-to-movie fare. Our fabulous Stone Age man is promoted per a calculated move by a scheming exec (Kyle MacLachlan, whose casting ensured at least one cute guy). As a comedy, the humour is one-note and flat for anyone older than 12. The special-effects creatures look wondrous, though not as seamless as in other movies, such as in Roger Rabbit. The most joyous moments come during the full-scale re-creations of the famous credits. The Flintstones provided a major launching pad for Halle Berry as a vamping secretary. --Doug Thomas
Cloud Atlas | Blu Ray | (01/07/2013)
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Future. Present. Past. Everything is connected. From the creators of the Matrix trilogy and the director of Run Lola Run. An exploration of how the actions of individual lives impact one another in the past present and future as one soul is shaped from a killer into a hero and an act of kindness ripples across centuries to inspire a revolution. The story is a time-shifting weave of six interlinking narratives with diverse settings from the savagery of a Pacific Island in the 1850s to a dystopian Korea of the near future. Based on the best-selling novel Cloud Atlas written by David Mitchell.
Swordfish | DVD | (28/01/2002)
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The sort of action thriller for which the phrase "high octane" could have been conceived, Swordfish stars John Travolta as Gabriel Shear, an enigmatic criminal operator who is as admired as he is feared. Using sexy sidekick Ginger (Halle Berry) as bait, he pressgangs Stanley Jobson, (Hugh Jackman) the world's greatest computer hacker, into helping him relieve the world banking system of a few billion dollars to finance his own enterprises. Jackman agrees, on the promise that Travolta will help him regain custody of his daughter. The numerous explosions and set-piece exchanges of high calibre gunfire tend at times to blowholes in the narrative fabric and sense of Swordfish, a film that nonetheless engages through its extravagant silliness. Vinnie Jones is under-used as a fearsome minder, a close-up of Halle Berry's breasts isn't entirely integral to the plotline, while Travolta enjoys himself as the dapper ringmaster of this orgy of techno-chaos, especially in scenes in which he blasts away a brace of pursuing assassins with improbable aplomb and during his opening, Tarantino-esque monologue. By the end, he has shown himself in his apparently true colours in such a way that events of September 11, 2001--although made prior to them--lent the film an eerie sense of prescience. --David Stubbs
Robots | Blu Ray | (06/05/2013)
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Fasten your seat bolts and gear up for a hilarious, heart-warming comedy that's fun for the whole family! (Clay Smith, Access Hollywood ). With the help of his misfit mechanical friends, a small town robot named Rodney embarks on the adventure of a lifetime as he heads for the big city to pursue his dreams - and ultimately proves that anyone can shine no matter what they're made of. Featuring an all-star voice cast and a ground breaking visual style that pushes the boundaries of animated filmmaking, Robots is a dazzling, fun-filled feast for the eyes and a riveting good time for all ages!
The Call | DVD | (27/01/2014)
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In the high-stakes edge-of-your-seat thriller The Call a thin thread of survival separates a teenage kidnap victim from her only hope: a compassionate steady voice on the other end of a cell phone marshalling all the resources she can to find her. Veteran 911 Emergency Call Centre operator Jordan (Halle Berry) has the kind of job that's not for the faint of heart: navigating the public's distress in order to save lives. But when a young woman's frantic report of a prowler ends tragically Jordan is devastated. Reassessing her life Jordan wonders if perhaps she's experienced her last fraught-filled phone call. With a supportive cop (Morris Chestnut) for a boyfriend maybe it's time to step back enjoy life and teach others the ins and outs of her high-pressure profession. That lifeline to strangers isn't over yet though. When average American teenager Casey (Abigail Breslin) is abducted by a serial killer (Michael Eklund) she manages to place a 911 call from the trunk of the killer's car. Jordan leading a group of new recruits through the massive Call Center operation is in earshot of the call. It's an all-too familiar scenario for this experienced public servant but before long Casey's situation reveals itself as eerily shockingly familiar. There's only one thing Jordan can do: take charge in a way she's never done before. She must turn Casey into a partner in helping them track down the killer and prove that this call is Jordan's calling. TriStar Pictures and Stage 6 Films present in association with Troika Pictures WWE Studios and Amasia Entertainment A Troika Pictures and WWE Studios production The Call starring Halle Berry (Monster's Ball Cloud Atlas) Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine New Year's Eve) Morris Chestnut (Identity Thief Think Like a Man) Michael Eklund (The Divide) and Michael Imperioli ('The Sopranos'). Brad Anderson (The Machinist) directed the screenplay written by Richard D'Ovidio (Exit Wounds Thir13en Ghosts) from a story written by Richard D'Ovidio and Nicole D'Ovidio and Jon Bokencamp (Perfect Stranger). Jeff Graup Michael J. Luisi Robert L. Stein Michael A. Helfant and Bradley Gallo are the film's producers. William C. Gallo Philip M. Cohen Dale Rosenbloom and Guy J. Louthan are executive producers. Rounding out Anderson's team are director of photography Thomas Yatsko ('Fringe') production designer Franco-Giacomo Carbone (The Expendables) film editor Avi Youabian music by John Debney costume designer Magali Guidasci and casting by Sheila Jaffe and Vanessa Spencer.
Die Another Day | DVD | (03/11/2003)
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The 20th "official" 007 outing released in the 40th anniversary year of the series, Die Another Day is big, loud, spectacular, slick, predictable and as partially satisfying as most Bond movies have been for the last 30 years. Pierce Brosnan gives his best Bond performance to date, forced to suffer torture by scorpion venom administered by a North Korean dominatrix during the Madonna-warbled credits song. He traipses from Cuba to London to Iceland while feuding with a smug insomniac millionaire (Toby Stephens), who admits that he's an evil parody of Bond's own personality. There are many nods to the past: Halle Berry recreates Ursula Andress's entrance from Dr No, the gadget-packed car (which can become invisible) is a Goldfinger-style Aston Martin (albeit a brand-new model), the baddie's line in smuggled "conflict gems" and super-weapons derives from Diamonds Are Forever and the jet-pack from Thunderball can be seen in Q's lab. It's the longest of the franchise to date (two-and-a-quarter hours) and the first to augment stunts and physical effects with major CGI, though the best fight is traditional: a polite club fencing match between Brosnan and Stephens that gets out of hand and turns into a destructive hack-and-slash fest with multiple edged weapons. Berry may be the first Bond girl with an Oscar on her shelf, but she's still stuck with a bad hairdo as well as having to endure 007's worst chat-up lines. Amazingly, most of the old things here do still work, though it's a shame that director Lee Tamahori (Once Were Warriors) wasn't given a better script to play with. On the DVD: Die Another Day arrives on disc in a transfer that makes some of the CGI look less dodgy than it did in cinemas. The first disc includes two separate commentaries: an interesting, enthusiastic technical one with Tamahori and producer Michael Wilson, and a blander drone from Brosnan with input from "bad girl" actress Rosamund Pike. On Disc Two the main extra is "Inside Die Another Day", a 75-minute making-of with the usual 007 DVD extra mix of boosterism and solid background how-the-hell-they-did-it info. The "Region 2 exclusive" turns out to be another making-of, a video diary effort that takes a more interesting, wry approach to the mix of enterprise and chaos that is the Bond production machine. --Kim Newman
The Last Boy Scout | Blu Ray | (15/11/2010)
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Bruce Willis and Damon Wayans star as a seedy detective and a disgraced quarterback teaming to dodge ambushes fire off one-liners and bust chops. When the going gets tough they get tougher. And funnier. They came to play. And to settle a score in this raging fireball where bigger is better hits are harder and bad guys end up deader.
Executive Decision | DVD | (24/05/1999)
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Steven Seagal gets killed during the first 20 minutes of this enjoyable thriller, so Executive Decision scores points for ingenuity because it immediately improves when you realise that Seagal's role is just a heroic cameo. That leaves Kurt Russell to star as an American intelligence expert who (due to Seagal's untimely demise) finds himself leading a strike force against Islamic terrorists who have seized in-flight control of a 747 jetliner with 400 passengers. It's not all that different from Air Force One, but the formula story perks right along with considerable suspense as Russell's cohorts (Oliver Platt, Joe Morton) try to defuse a chemical bomb that could wipe out (you guessed it) the entire Eastern seaboard. John Leguizamo plays one of the US commandos attempting to stop the violent hijackers and Halle Berry co-stars as a flight attendant who risks her life to assist Russell's rescue team. As action movies go, Executive Decision marked an impressive directorial debut for veteran film editor Stuart Baird. --Jeff Shannon
Catwoman | DVD | (17/01/2005)
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Shy graphic designer Patience Phillips (Halle Berry) unwittingly overhears the diabolical plans of her boss and his evil wife Laurel Hedare (Sharon Stone) which results in her murder by the pair. Mysteriously resurrected by feline forces Patience now endowed with enhanced speed and reflexes is reborn as Catwoman toying with the fine line between villain and hero as she plots her revenge...
X-Men - The Last Stand | DVD | (26/12/2006)
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Take a stand... When a pharmaceutical company publicises a 'cure' to suppress mutations lines are drawn amongst the X-Men led by Professor Charles Xavier (Stewart) and the Brotherhood a band of powerful mutants organized under Xavier's former ally Magneto (McKellen)... The third film in the big-screen X-Men film franchise which plays host to the addition of fan-favourite characters (including Beast Juggernaut and Angel) further explorers the mutant human divide and also provides a glimpse into the fate of Jean Grey reborn as Phoenix...
Extant - Season 1 | DVD | (02/02/2015)
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From executive producer Steven Spielberg and starring Academy Award winner Halle Berry. In this thrilling drama, Berry stars as an astronaut who returns home from a year-long solo mission in space and tries to reconnect with her husband and son in their everyday life. Her experiences in space and home lead to events that ultimately will change the course of human history.
Extant - Season 2 | DVD | (25/01/2016)
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OscarÂ® winner Halle Berry questions what it means to be human in this sci-fi thriller from executive producer Steven Spielberg. After the death of her husband and losing her son Ethan, Molly Woods battles internal and external struggles to pick the pieces of her life back up and start fresh, this time working with the very people who betrayed her.
Perfect Stranger | Blu Ray | (10/09/2007)
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Ace New York Courier reporter Rowena Price (Halle Berry) will do anything to get her story---even if it verges on the unethical. After her plans to out a US senator's homosexual relationship with an intern are thwarted, Price's next chance at a big scoop falls right into her lap. When her friend Grace (Nicky Lynn Aycox) is found murdered, the main suspect is revealed to be Harrison Hill (Bruce Willis), a philandering high-powered ad exec with a very jealous wife. With some help from her right-hand tech guru, Miles (Giovanni Ribisi), Rowena goes undercover as a temp at Hill's agency, where her own good looks are bound to draw Hill closer to her, taking her to the facts behind Grace's murder. No simple plot description can truly explain James Foley's (At Close Range) twisty, techy thriller. It begins with a false set-up, takes a whole other route, and makes a series of bizarre 11th hour revelations that not even the most seasoned viewer will be able to predict. The always watchable Berry makes us root for a character whose methods aren't always the most scrupulous, and Giovanni Ribisi does a lot with the 'sidekick' role. Anastas Michos's cinematography gives Manhattan a slightly sinister glow of cool blue, appropriate to this tale in which nothing is what it seems, and trusting in someone is sure to cause regret---or worse. Perfect Stranger may occasionally defy logic, but that is not likely to deter those hungering for a handsomely made, star-fuelled studio film with plenty of surprises.
X-Men: Days of Future Past - Rogue Cut | Blu Ray | (13/07/2015)
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Please note this is a region B Blu-ray and will require a region B or region free Blu-ray player in order to play. With a never-before-seen, alternate cut of the film plus a host of incredible special features, X-Men: Days of Future Past - The Rogue Cut takes you deeper into the X-Men universe than ever before. Rogue makes her return as the all-star characters from the original X-Men film trilogy join forces with their younger selves and unite to battle armies of murderous Sentinel robots who are hunting down mutants and humans alike!
Die Another Day | Blu Ray | (14/09/2015)
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James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) pulls out all the stops to take you on an unforgettable, adrenaline-pumping ride across the globe in this action-filled adventure! From a dark cell in a North Korean prison to the beautiful beaches of Cuba, 007 is on the trail of a diabolical genius who's hell-bent on slicing up the Earth... literally. Now it's up to Bond, with help from a sultry American agent (Halle Berry), to put the evil mastermind's plans on ice.
X Men 2 | DVD | (10/11/2003)
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X-Men 2 picks up almost directly where X-Men left off: misguided super-villain Magneto (Ian McKellan) is still a prisoner of the US government, heroic bad-boy Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) is up in Canada investigating his mysterious origin, and the events at Liberty Island (which occurred at the conclusion of X-Men) have prompted a rethink in official policy towards mutants--the proposed Mutant Registration Act has been shelved by US Congress. Into this scenario pops wealthy former Army commander William Stryker, a man with the President's ear and a personal vendetta against all mutant-kind in general, and the X-Men's leader Professor X (Patrick Stewart) in particular. Once he sets his plans into motion, the X-Men must team-up with their former enemies Magneto and Mystique (Rebecca Romjin-Stamos), as well as some new allies (including Alan Cumming's gregarious, blue-skinned German mutant, Nightcrawler). The phenomenal global success of X-Men meant that director Bryan Singer had even more money to spend on its sequel, and it shows. Not only is the script better (there's significantly less cheesy dialogue than the original), but the action and effects are also even more stupendous--from Nightcrawler's teleportation sequence through the White House to a thrilling aerial dogfight featuring mutants-vs-missiles to a military assault on the X-Men's school/headquarters to the final showdown at Stryker's sub-Arctic headquarters. Yet at no point do the effects overtake the film or the characters. Moreso than the original, this is an ensemble piece, allowing each character in its even-bigger cast at least one moment in the spotlight (in fact, the cast credits don't even run until the end of the film). And that, perhaps, is part of its problem (though it's a slight one)--with so much going on, and nary a recap of what's come before, it's a film that could prove baffling to anyone who missed the first installment. But that's just a minor quibble--X-Men 2 is that rare thing, a sequel that's actually superior to its predecessor. --Robert Burrow
Dark Tide | DVD | (23/07/2012)
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A thriller centered on a diving instructor who returns to deep waters after a near-fatal encounter with a Great White shark.
X-Men: Days of Future Past | Blu Ray | (11/04/2016)
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Introducing Ultra HD. 4 Times Sharper than HD. Offers Brilliant Brights and Deepest Darks with HDR (High Dynamic Range) and Wider Colour Spectrum adding Dazzling Colours to your viewing experience. X-Men: Days of Future Past is now available in this new format. X-Men unite! An all-star cast, including Hugh Jackman, Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Halle Berry, Jennifer Lawrence, Ellen Page, Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart, assembles for battle in this mind-blowing adventure. As armies of murderous Sentinel robots hunt down mutants and humans alike, the unstoppable characters from the X-Men trilogy join forces with their younger selves in an epic struggle to change the past and save our future.