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Laurence Fox: List of Movies, Films and TV Shows

  • Lewis Complete Series 1-9 [DVD] [2015] Lewis Complete Series 1-9 | DVD | (07/12/2015) from £42.04  |  Saving you £5.50 (11.60%)  |  RRP £47.54

    Oxford's favourite sons Detectives Robbie Lewis and James Hathaway return for a ninth series of the international hit drama, investigating the city's most complex and intriguing crimes. The arrival of new Chief Superintendent Joe Moody heralds a fresh dawn for Oxfordshire Police, but the high flyer soon clashes with Lewis over the latter's more traditional approach to detective work. With Hobson contemplating a round-the-world trip to witness the birth of her niece's baby, and the new boss piling on the pressure, will Lewis finally decide to call time on his policing career? Meanwhile, after years of avoiding the thorny issue of family ties, Hathaway is forced to confront his past.

  • Lewis Series 9 [DVD] Lewis Series 9 | DVD | (30/11/2015) from £12.99  |  Saving you £7.00 (35.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Lewis Lewis is back five years after the death of his long-time police partner Morse. Now an inspector, he returns to Oxford and finds himself teamed up with younger colleague, Det Sgt James Hathaway and with a new boss, Chief Supt Jean Innocent.

  • Lewis Series 8 [DVD] [2014] Lewis Series 8 | DVD | (17/11/2014) from £11.99  |  Saving you £8.00 (40.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

  • The Hole [2001] The Hole | DVD | (19/07/2004) from £2.99  |  Saving you £10.00 (77.00%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Despite copious swearing and a corporate rock soundtrack, The Hole might, more appropriately, have begun with a title sequence of silhouettes cavorting in front of a fiery backdrop; it owes far more to Tales of the Unexpected than the slick US teen movies (I Know What You Did Last Summer, The Faculty) it tries so hard to imitate. This British horror flick displays the same cheap production values as the 1970's series, but rather than staying within the confines of a half-hour TV slot, The Hole stretches its thin, but promising, premise over 90 minutes. Based on Guy Burt’s novel, the story follows three rich kids from an exclusive English boarding school who avoid their school field trip by hiding out in an underground bunker. Liz (a suitably embarrassed Thora Birch) tags along for the ride in the hope that she may consummate her crush on Mike Steel (Desmond Harrington), the school's resident American hipster. They are then left imprisoned, which should be the cue for The Breakfast Club Goes Insane but isn’t, as director Nick Hamm eschews the straightforward in favour of clumsy flashbacks and contrived plot twists, robbing the film of any tension or shock and turning it into a tiresome stretch in the company of four very disagreeable stereotypes. The Hole is a witless movie, entirely lacking the self-referential humour and technical skill of its better American counterparts. If you want classic British horror, try Peeping Tom or The Wicker Man instead. The Hole is a movie that may be set deep underground, but ultimately it’s a very shallow experience. On the DVD: the extras add nothing to this movie. The theatrical trailer and widescreen 2.35:1 ratio come as standard. Of the nine deleted scenes the original coda for the end of the movie is the only one worth seeing purely because it is so ludicrous. Director Hamm's po-faced commentary sheds little illumination into this deep, dark hole. --Tom Nash

  • CSI: Crime Scene Investigation - Las Vegas - Season 11 [DVD] CSI: Crime Scene Investigation - Las Vegas - Season 11 | DVD | (30/04/2012) from £10.39  |  Saving you £39.60 (79.20%)  |  RRP £49.99

    This is the continuing story of the forensic heroes of the Las Vegas crime scenes as they untangle the evidence behind enemy lines, bagging and swabbing every morsel of evidence to nail the bad guys. Season 11 kicks off with Raymond Langston (Fishburne) fighting for his life after being stabbed by serial killer and nemesis, Nate Haskell. Meanwhile the CSI team contend with sharks in Vegas swimming pools, video game murders, deadly car bombings and a werewolf convention linked to a murder investigation. Vegas 11 comes to a head when Langston finally comes face to face with Haskell. After several years of pursuit and countless murder victims will Langston finally get his man and even if he does, will he ever be the same again?It is all part of the job for the Las Vegas CSI graveyard shift where the city never sleeps and people lie...but the evidence never does.

  • Lewis Series 1-4 - The Collection [DVD] Lewis Series 1-4 - The Collection | DVD | (16/08/2010) from £11.00  |  Saving you £45.99 (54.10%)  |  RRP £84.99

    Lewis Series 1-4 The Collection Box Set (17 Discs)

  • Lewis - Series 6 [DVD] Lewis - Series 6 | DVD | (11/06/2012) from £10.49  |  Saving you £14.50 (58.00%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Detective Inspector Lewis (Kevin Whately) and Detective Sergeant Hathaway make an eagerly anticipated return in 4 more stories of intriguing murder mystery set in and around Oxford and its magnificent University campus.Episodes Comprise: Generation Of VipersThe Soul Of GeniusFearful SymmetryThe Age Of Foolishness

  • The Bounty [1984] The Bounty | DVD | (04/03/2002) from £2.50  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £5.99

    The Bounty is the third screen version of one of the best-known stories in naval history, here with Anthony Hopkins as Lieutenant William Bligh and Mel Gibson as Fletcher Christian heading an extraordinary cast including Laurence Olivier, Edward Fox, Daniel Day-Lewis, Liam Neeson, Bernard Hill and Dexter Fletcher. HMS Bounty's voyage to Tahiti of 1787-9 and its infamous consequences are recounted with far greater historical accuracy than in the 1935 or 1962 Mutiny on the Bounty. The movie is gorgeously shot on location in Tahiti, England and New Zealand as well as on a full-size recreation of the original Bounty. Roger Donaldson's film benefits from a literate screenplay by Robert Bolt, who here as in Lawrence of Arabia (1962), brings real insight into the English institutional mind in conflict. Hopkins is at his complex best and Gibson offers more depth than his usual two-dimensional hero persona; here Bligh and Christian emerge as complex men gripped by circumstances beyond their control. The haunting score by Vangelis contributes immensely to a very underrated film which deserves to be considered a modern classic. On the DVD: There is an excellent 52-minute "making of" documentary that mixes historical information with on-location interviews. A 12-minute overview of previous screen versions of the story is narrated by the film's historical consultant, Stephen Walters, who also provides a somewhat stilted but nevertheless informative audio commentary. The second audio commentary is from director Roger Donaldson, Producer Bernie Williams and Production Designer John Graysmark, who genuinely appear to enjoy reminiscing and have real enthusiasm for the movie. Also included is a fascinating 28-page booklet. This is the stuff Special Editions should always be made of, and this would be one of the finest DVDs on the market were it not for the transfer of the film itself, which appears to be a reprocessed version of the same NTSC anamorphic 2.35:1 transfer found on the bare-bones Region 1 DVD, with no sign of PAL speed-up. The picture not only shows considerable grain in some scenes, but also demonstrates marked compression artefacting and enhancement shimmer on all horizontal lines, making some scenes extremely ugly. For such a beautiful film it is a most disappointing transition to the digital format. Most unusually for a UK release, the disc is region free.--Gary S Dalkin

  • A Room With A View [2007] A Room With A View | DVD | (06/01/2009) from £8.39  |  Saving you £4.86 (27.00%)  |  RRP £17.99

    A fresh look at the classic novel by E.M. Forster. This new interpretation of the novel is framed poignantly by Lucy's nostalgic return to Italy after the First World War. Starring a line up of fresh British talent including Timothy and Rafe Spall as Mr Emerson and his son George Elaine Cassidy as Lucy Honeychurch and Laurence Fox as Lucy's arrogant suitor Cecil.

  • Agatha Christie's Marple - The Sittaford Mystery Agatha Christie's Marple - The Sittaford Mystery | DVD | (17/07/2006) from £5.44  |  Saving you £4.55 (45.50%)  |  RRP £9.99

    Agatha Christie's classic sleuth Miss Marple (here essayed by Geraldine McEwan) takes on another case of murder most foul... In a remote house in the middle of Dartmoor six shadowy figures huddle around a small table for a seance. Tension rises as the spirits spell out a chilling message: 'Captain Trevelyan...dead...murder.' Is this black magic or simply a macabre joke? The only way to be certain is to locate Captain Trevelyan. Unfortunately his home is six miles away and with sn

  • Lewis - Series 7 [DVD] Lewis - Series 7 | DVD | (18/02/2013) from £7.19  |  Saving you £12.80 (64.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Kevin Whately stars as Inspector Robbie Lewis, ably assisted by Laurence Fox as his partner DS James Hathaway. Together they investigate more murder mysteries against the historic and glorious backdrop of Oxford and its University Campus. Clare Holman returns as Dr Laura Hobson, alongside Rebecca Front as Chief Superintendent Innocent. Episodes Comprise: Down Among the Fearful. The Ramblin' Boy. Intelligent Design.

  • Lewis - Series 1-3 - Complete [DVD] [2007] Lewis - Series 1-3 - Complete | DVD | (31/05/2010) from £28.86  |  Saving you £41.13 (58.80%)  |  RRP £69.99

    Series 1: It's taken a long time for Kevin Whately to take centre stage in a detective drama, but Lewis proves it's been time well spent. Lewis, of course, was previously the sidekick to Inspector Morse, and that raised fair suspicions that this spin-off drama was a fairly unnecessary cash-in of sorts. But those suspicions have proven unfounded, and Lewis has emerged as one of the best new programmes to hit ITV in recent years. The format's not moved on a great deal since the heights of Inspector Morse, but in this case, that's no bad thing. The episodes in this set on the whole build slowly, and build up intelligently and with diligence. Occasionally there are moments where the pace slips a little too much, but that's more than overcome by the fact that the drama on offer here is so absorbing. It's all anchored, of course, by Whately's excellent portrayal of the lead character. Eminently watchable, and clearly wearing the clothes of a character that he knows completely, it's a smashing performance, and with the aid of an excellent supporting cast, Lewis develops into a real treat. Is it better than Morse? Well, that's far too early too call. But on this basis of this debut, Lewis certainly has the potential for as enduring a legacy. --Jon Foster Series 2: After the successful first standalone outing for the character, Kevin Whately returns to the title role of Lewis again, for a second full season of investigations. And things seem, to the benefit of the viewer, just as dangerous as they always were. This series of Lewis is set five years after the death of Inspector Morse (to whom Lewis was, of course, the sidekick), and while the gap left behind by the late, great John Thaw is occasionally felt, this is still very much quality drama in its own right. Thus, this series finds the detective in his familiar Oxford stomping ground. Accompanied by Laurence Fox?s DS Hathaway, a collection of well-written, compelling mysteries are waiting to be solved. The series' investigations cover the discovery of a body in a library through to the world of underground boxing and a rape case that brings out the worst in the Oxford establishment. And there aren't any weak links here: each episode is involving, intelligent and a gripping watch. Even at its worst, Lewis is very good television drama. What?s more, Whately is terrific in the increasingly complex central role, and the scripts continue to allow him to flesh out the character. Lewis is, in many ways, a flawed man, and as he works his way through the layered and involving cases, this becomes ever-more obvious. And the programme is all the better for it. For in spite of some cynicism when it first announced that a standalone Lewis programme was being produced, there?s ample here to silence the most sceptical of naysayers. For Lewis is, simply, very strong television. --Jon Foster Series 3: What could have been an ill-advised spin-off continues to excel as Lewis arrives at its third series. Firmly stepping out of the shadows of Inspector Morse, Kevin Whately as Inspector Lewis once more is solving murders and mysteries in Oxford. And again, he's joined by Laurence Fox as DS Hathway, his partner in crime-solving. And Lewis gives the pair some interesting scenarios to get their teeth into. There are four feature-length stories in total, and things get started when a Czech barmaid is discovered, having being slashed to death. There's, as you'd expect, more to the crime than immediately meets the eye, and that convention continues in the following episode, where a student Shakespearian production abruptly ends after one of the cast is stabbed with a prop knife. We also get to meet, before the series ends, a rock star towards the end of his career, in what proves to be a terrific episode to close the series. To reveal any more significant plot points of Lewis would be to spoil half the fun. What this third series retains though is the kind of diligent, well-produced drama that its predecessor was. And in Whately, it has a lead actor who studiously inhabits his role, and ensures that the name of Inspector Lewis is another to add to the British detective hall of fame. Very strong drama, and it's just getting better. --Jon Foster

  • Colditz Colditz | DVD | (28/03/2005) from £22.98  |  Saving you £-2.99 (-15.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Brothers in arms rivals in love! Three British POWs embark on a dangerous journey that will change their lives forever...

  • Lewis Series 1-8 [DVD] [2014] Lewis Series 1-8 | DVD | (17/11/2014) from £24.99  |  Saving you £85.00 (77.30%)  |  RRP £109.99

    Kevin Whately stars as Detective Inspector Robbie Lewis, ably assisted by Laurence Fox as his partner D.S. James Hathaway. Together they investigate murder mysteries against the glorious backdrop of Oxford and its historic colleges. With Clare Holman as Dr. Laura Hobson, Rebecca Front as Chief Superintendent Innocent and introducing Angela Griffin as D.S. Lizzie Maddox. Episodes: Series One: Whom The Gods Would Destroy; Old School Ties; Expiation Series Two: And The Moonbeams Kiss The Sea.

  • Lewis - Series 3 - Complete [2009] Lewis - Series 3 - Complete | DVD | (13/04/2009) from £8.29  |  Saving you £15.30 (61.20%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Kevin Whately (The English Patient; Auf Wiedersehen Pet) returns as much-loved detective Inspector Robbie Lewis in four new episodes of this ratings winning drama set in the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside. The series also stars Laurence Fox (Gosford Park; Elizabeth: The Golden Age) as Lewis'' younger sidekick Hathaway.

  • Lewis - Series 5 [DVD] [2011] Lewis - Series 5 | DVD | (25/04/2011) from £8.99  |  Saving you £16.00 (64.00%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Kevin Whately returns as Detective Inspector Robbie Lewis ably assisted by his young sidekick D.S. Hathaway (Laurence Fox) in the fifth series of this hit detective drama full of intriguing murder mystery. Set in the idyllic surroundings of Oxford and its university campus Whately and Fox are joined by a star studded cast. Episodes Comprise: The Mind Has Mountains: When a student dies during a controversial clinical trial for a new anti-depressant drug is it murder or suicide? As the body count rises Lewis and Hathaway uncover a web of lies jealousy and madness - to which Lewis himself could fall victim... Wild Justice: In the run-up to an election at Oxford's prestigious St Gerard's Hall the college is shocked by a string of brutal murders. Someone seems to be picking off the candidates one-by-one... As Lewis and Hathaway investigate further they become embroiled in a revenge tragedy which began thirty years ago... The Gift of Promise: When a local businesswoman is brutally bludgeoned to death it appears to be a blackmail plot gone wrong. But as the bodies begin to pile up Lewis and Hathaway realise there is a decades-old secret at the heart of the case which they must uncover in order to stop the present-day murders... Old Unhappy Far-Off Things: Oxford's last-surviving all-female college is holding a Gaudy to reunite its old girls. But the evening takes a tragic turn when one of the alumna is found murdered; and Lewis is convinced that the killing is connected to a brutal attack which occurred at the same college 10 years earlier...

  • Lewis - Series 1-7 [DVD] Lewis - Series 1-7 | DVD | (30/09/2013) from £32.99  |  Saving you £67.00 (67.00%)  |  RRP £99.99

    Lewis the hugely successful spin-off of Inspector Morse stars Kevin Whately as Detective Inspector Robbie Lewis ably assisted by his young sidekick D.S. Hathaway (Laurence Fox) in this hit detective drama full of intriguing murder mystery. Set in the idyllic surroundings of Oxford and its University campus murder has never been so appealing... This box set includes all episodes from series 1 - 7. Special Features: The Pilot Episode Behind the Scenes Cast Interviews

  • Ultimate Force - Series 1 To 4 Ultimate Force - Series 1 To 4 | DVD | (25/09/2006) from £34.99  |  Saving you £14.04 (20.10%)  |  RRP £69.99

    In the S.A.S. drama Ultimate Force Ross Kemp plays Sergeant Henno Garvie the tough and charismatic leader of Red Troop who with his men puts his life on the line in the name of his country. This release features every episode from the four series.

  • Lewis - Series 2 - Complete Lewis - Series 2 - Complete | DVD | (07/04/2008) from £10.29  |  Saving you £9.70 (48.50%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Kevin Whately returns as Lewis in the second series of the hit detective drama - always sure to deliver plenty of intriguing murder mystery. Partnering once more with his trusty sidekick D.S. Hathway expect absorbing plots intelligently built tension and a fine performance by Whately all set in the idyllic surroundings of Oxford and its University campus.

  • Bounty [1984] Bounty | DVD | (12/03/2007) from £2.94  |  Saving you £-2.13 (-35.60%)  |  RRP £5.99

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