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Matthew Perry: List of Movies, Films and TV Shows

  • Friends - Season 1-10 Complete Collection (15th Anniversary) [DVD] [1994] Friends - Season 1-10 Complete Collection (15th Anniversary) | DVD | (28/09/2009) from £35.00  |  Saving you £11.50 (23.70%)  |  RRP £48.49

  • Alex Cross [DVD] Alex Cross | DVD | (06/05/2013) from £2.99  |  Saving you £17.00 (85.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Having cornered the market on his signature brand of inspirational comedy, Tyler Perry makes a bid for action-movie supremacy with this grisly adaptation of author James Patterson's most popular character. Loosely based on the 12th novel in the series (2007's Cross), the plot follows the early days of the title character, a genius police detective/psychologist trying to clean up the mean streets of Detroit while keeping his family out of the line of fire. As he mulls over accepting a job with the FBI, he and his team are forced to match wits with a psychotic contract killer (Matthew Fox), who displays a disturbing commitment towards seeing his job through. Director Rob Cohen (The Fast and the Furious, XXX) knows this turf well, delivering an effective mix of creeping thriller sequences and go-for-broke action scenes. Faced with the unenviable task of following in the footsteps of Morgan Freeman (who played the character in Kiss the Girls and Along Came a Spider), Perry does a credible job in portraying both the tender and vengeful aspects of his character, even if the script often falls into the trap of having other characters exclaiming how brilliant Cross is, rather than letting the viewers see the deductive process for themselves. Based on his first attempt, any future entries in the franchise appear to be in good hands. Ultimately, however, the other elements of Alex Cross pale in comparison to Fox, who goes all out--and then some--in giving the audience someone to hiss at. He's shorn down to what appears to be a negative body-fat ratio, and occasionally literally froths at the mouth--and his dedication to creating a villain for the ages quickly overpowers the material. Once this freaky beanpole starts chewing the scenery, you'll be glad that the filmmakers decided against shooting in 3-D. --Andrew Wright

  • The Whole Nine Yards [2000] The Whole Nine Yards | DVD | (13/11/2000) from £9.00  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £13.99

    Have a little patience with The Whole Nine Yards, an agreeably convoluted caper, and in the end you'll find it a modestly entertaining yarn. But forbearance is necessary because, truthfully, the first half-hour of the movie promises a train wreck of epic proportions. Matthew Perry stars as a mild-mannered Montreal dentist, married to a French-Canadian shrew (Rosanna Arquette), whose new next-door neighbour (Bruce Willis) just happens to be a notorious mob hit-man out on parole. The wife, catching the whiff of easy money and probably just hoping to put hubby in harms way, orders her hen pecked spouse to rat out the gunman to his former employers, who have many compelling reasons to want him dead. Needless to say, complications--and plenty of them--ensue. Perry is serviceably harried as the beleaguered Everyman whom, as nice as everyone around him agrees that he is the person, just about everyone, wants to kill. Willis, much as he did in The Sixth Sense, gets better mileage out of not trying so hard; his irksome smirk is almost held in check. Amanda Peet has some funny scenes as a hit-man groupie—it's when her true role in the proceedings is revealed that the film finally kicks into comic gear. Michael Clarke Duncan is fine as yet another hit man to cross Perry's path; however, Arquette seems to be in a contest with Kevin Pollak (playing a mob boss) to see who can uncork both the most ludicrous accent and the most obvious performance. That kind of unevenness ensures that the pleasures that do exist within The Whole Nine Yards remain fairly minor. --David Kronke, Amazon.com

  • Friends: Complete Series 1 - 10 Friends: Complete Series 1 - 10 | DVD | (02/10/2006) from £33.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £199.99

    All the episodes from all ten series complete in one box set.

  • Friends: Complete Series 1 - New Edition Friends: Complete Series 1 - New Edition | DVD | (25/10/2004) from £7.99  |  Saving you £28.09 (56.20%)  |  RRP £49.99

    This handsome box set includes all the episodes from Series One--from our favourite coffee-drinking sextet's initial meeting in the pilot right up to the series cliff-hanger "The One Where Rachel Finds Out"--that Ross is in love with her, that is. Other highlights include: "The One With the Butt", in which Joey gets a big break as Al Pacino's stunt bottom; "The One With the Monkey" in which Ross acquires Marcel, his pet monkey; and the two-parter (imaginatively called "The One with the Two Parts") in which Joey starts dating Ursula, Phoebe's twin sister and Monica and Rachel double-date cute doctors played by George Clooney and Noah Wyle from ER. --Leslie Felperin

  • Friends: Complete Series 6  - New Edition Friends: Complete Series 6 - New Edition | DVD | (25/10/2004) from £5.99  |  Saving you £35.50 (71.00%)  |  RRP £49.99

    Always there for you, the hit sitcom Friends has matured and blossomed over the years. The beginning of the sixth series finds the sextet back from Las Vegas where Ross and Rachel managed to get married in a state of pronounced intoxication, thus upstaging the intended nuptials of Chandler and Monica. The first half of the season follows Ross' failure to arrange the annulment, while Monica and Chandler move in together and Rachel sets up house with Phoebe. Joey gets a shapely new roommate in the shape of Elle Macpherson. Halfway through the series, we are given a wonderful fantasy peak at a parallel universe where Rachel married Barry after all, Ross' wife Carol never realised she was gay, Monica is still fat, Chandler is a writer, Joey is starring as Dr Drake Remoray on Days of Our Lives and Phoebe is a stockbroker. The closing arc of the series features a guest appearance from Bruce Willis in two episodes as the father of Ross' new girlfriend Elizabeth--who ends up romancing Rachel. --Leslie Felperin

  • Friends - Series 3 - Complete [DVD] [1996] Friends - Series 3 - Complete | DVD | (05/07/2010) from £4.60  |  Saving you £5.79 (44.60%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Episodes Comprise: 1. The One With The Princess Leia Fantasy 2. The One Where No-one's Ready 3. The One With The Jam 4. The One With The Metaphorical Tunnel 5. The One With Frank Jr. 6. The One With The Flashback 7. The One With The Racecar Bed 8. The One With The Giant Poking Device 9. The One With The Football 10. The One Where Rachel Quits 11. The One Where Chandler Can't Remember Which Sister 12. The One With All The Jealousy 13. The One With Phoebe's Ex-Partner 14. The One Where Ross & Rachel Take A Break 15. The One The Morning After 16. The One Without The Ski Trip 17. The One With The Hypnosis Tape 18. The One With The Tiny T-Shirt 19. The One With The Dollhouse 20. The One With The Chick & A Duck 21. The One With The Screamer 22. The One With Ross's Thing 23. The One With The Ultimate Fighting Champion

  • Friends: Complete Series 2 - New Edition Friends: Complete Series 2 - New Edition | DVD | (25/10/2004) from £6.99  |  Saving you £37.00 (74.00%)  |  RRP £49.99

    Arguably the best series, this season's episodes really developed the characters as the show's popularity took off. Love is in the air as Rachel and Ross, both finally realising they're attracted to each other, nearly get it together, don't, and then finally do. Joey gets that role as Dr Drake Ramoray in Days of Our Lives and moves out of the flat he shares with Chandler, precipitating a bust-up between the two best buddies. Monica dates Richard, the hunky, older eye-doctor played by Tom Selleck, and Phoebe makes a video of that seminal song for a generation, "SmellyCat". --Leslie Felperin

  • Friends: Complete Series 5 - New Edition Friends: Complete Series 5 - New Edition | DVD | (25/10/2004) from £7.99  |  Saving you £35.02 (70.10%)  |  RRP £49.99

    With Friends like these, you'll never need to go out again. Picking up from the momentous events of Series 4, this season starts out with Monica and Chandler in some awkward positions as they try to keep their blossoming romance a secret from the others. By the series' end they'll be planning to get married in Las Vegas, where Joey is working as a gladiator at Caesar's Palace casino, his big movie break having fallen through. The embers of Rachel and Ross's relationship continue to send up sparks, especially when Emily causes strife early on by insisting Ross never has contact with Rachel ever again. Phoebe finally meets her father and starts dating a cop named Gary. It all climaxes with everyone in Las Vegas, where Monica and Chandler's impromptu decision to wed is upstaged by a surprising event. --Leslie Felperin

  • Fools Rush In [1996] Fools Rush In | DVD | (10/05/2004) from £2.99  |  Saving you £3.00 (50.10%)  |  RRP £5.99

    Opposites attract in Fools Rush In, a conventional but refreshingly unpredictable romantic comedy. New York nightclub designer (Matthew Perry, from television's Friends) is in Las Vegas to supervise the construction of a new project when he meets a fiery Mexican beauty (Salma Hayek). It's lust at first sight, and their one-night stand takes an unexpected turn when she shows up three months later to announce that she's pregnant. They're determined to do right for each other, so they get married in a Vegas chapel with an Elvis impersonator as their witness. Then comes the hard part--trying to figure out if they're actually compatible. The plot complications are mostly familiar, but Perry and Hayek throw some bright sparks as their initial bliss turns to more realistic concerns for family and future. Along the way there's some sharp dialogue and a few good laughs to give this all-too-human comedy an enjoyable spin. --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com

  • Friends: Complete Series 10 - New Edition Friends: Complete Series 10 - New Edition | DVD | (25/10/2004) from £5.99  |  Saving you £38.01 (74.50%)  |  RRP £50.99

    After ten years and ten series of comic catastrophes it's time to bid farewell to the six chums with the very final fantastic collection of episodes of 'Friends'! 1. The One After Joey And Rachel Kiss 2. The One Where Ross Is Fine 3. The One With Ross's Tan 4. The One With The Cake 5. The One Where Rachel's Sister Babysits 6. The One With Ross's Grant 7. The One With The Home Study 8. The One With The Late Thanksgiving 9. The One With The Birth Mother 10. The One Where Chandler Gets Caught 11. The One Where The Stripper Cries 12. The One With Phoebe's Wedding 13. The One Where Joey Speaks French 14. The One With Princess Consuela 15. The One Where Estelle Dies 16. The One With Rachel's Going Away Party (aka The One Where Rachel Goes To Paris) 17. The Last One - Part 1 18. The Last One - Part 2

  • Friends: Complete Series 9 - New Edition Friends: Complete Series 9 - New Edition | DVD | (25/10/2004) from £6.41  |  Saving you £39.00 (76.50%)  |  RRP £50.99

    Nine years is a long time for any group of Friends to stick so closely together, but somehow the gang are still as daftly charming as ever. After the birth of Emma, Rachel comes to terms with being a mother surprisingly well. It's how everyone else deals with it that makes things interesting. Joey's accidental proposal creates weird friction between him and Ross, who breaks his finger throwing the show's first ever punch. Monica becomes desperately broody and attempts all manner of convoluted ways of persuading Chandler to father a child (unfortunately he inadvertently bankrupts them in a move to Tulsa!). Phoebe, on the other hand, occupies herself in the dating game, holding on to Mike (Paul Rudd) in the longest guest-star relationship anyone's ever had. Other surprise guests this year include Freddie Prinze Jr as an overly sensitive nanny (in the 200th episode), Christina Applegate as another of Rachel's sisters and Jeff Goldblum playing himself on the set of another movie on which Joey is trying to get a break. As always the sparks occasionally fly between Rachel and Ross, while the others manage to strain their own relationships to the max. The real reason for watching now is the one-off kooky scenarios in which they--or rather Joey--get into. His endless dating finally sees him stuck for remembering if he's already slept with a girl; he botches an attempt at eyebrow waxing; and he manages to make Chandler think Monica's after a breast enhancement. --Paul Tonks

  • Studio 60 On The Sunset Strip - The Complete Series Studio 60 On The Sunset Strip - The Complete Series | DVD | (21/01/2008) from £12.25  |  Saving you £38.74 (76.00%)  |  RRP £50.99

    Aaron Sorkin creator of The West Wing brings you Studio 60 On Sunset Strip a new comedic television show featuring Matthew Perry and Bradley Whitford. Studio 60 On Sunset Strip is a show within a show! Filled with engaging characters ear-grabbing dialogue and a Hollywood hive of insider buzz. Matthew Perry and Bradley Whitford portray the likable hotshots brought in to revive NBS-TV's sagging flagship comedy series and Amanda Peet plays their savvy boss in episodes exploring the lives and loves of and the make-or-break creative pressures on the show's staff. Panic. Chaos. Fear. Sleep deprivation. Just make sure it's funny by Friday. Because that's when a nation tunes in to Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.

  • Friends: Complete Series 7 - New Edition [1995] Friends: Complete Series 7 - New Edition | DVD | (25/10/2004) from £6.79  |  Saving you £44.20 (86.70%)  |  RRP £50.99

    The complete seventh series in one box set! Episodes comprise: 1. The One With Monicas Thunder 2. The One With Rachels Book 3. The One With Phoebes Cookies 4. The One With Rachels Assistant 5. The One With The Engagement Picture 6. The One With The Nap Partners 7. The One With Rosss Library Book 8. The One Where Chandler Doesnt Like Dogs 9. The One With All The Candy 10. The One With The Holiday Armadillo 11. The One With All The Cheesecakes 12. The One Where Theyre Up All Night 13. The One Where Rosita Dies 14. The One Where They All Turn Thirty 15. The One With Joeys New Brain 16. The One With Truth About London 17. The One With The Cheap Wedding Dress 18. The One With Joey's Award 19. The One With Ross and Monica's Cousin 20. The One with Rachel's Big Kiss 21. The One with The Vows 22. The One With Chandler's Dad 23. The One With The Wedding (Feature length special episode)

  • Friends: Complete Series 3 - New Edition Friends: Complete Series 3 - New Edition | DVD | (25/10/2004) from £6.55  |  Saving you £33.61 (67.20%)  |  RRP £49.99

    Seemingly low-key but as wittily crafted as the first two series, this season develops minor characters--Gunther, Central Perk's proprietor, who is in love with Rachel; Phoebe's half-brother Frank (played by rising-star Giovanni Ribisi); the chick and duck--who will play key parts later on while the foundations for crucial story lines developed in Series 4 are laid down. The most momentous story arc covers Rachel and Ross splitting up when she suggests they take a "break" and he sleeps with the girl from the copy shop. Phoebe gets to know her little brother Frank who falls in love with the much-older Alice, for whom Phoebe will bear triplets in a later series. Monica pines after Richard and then starts dating the millionaire Pete, although towards the end Chandler is trying to persuade her he's good boyfriend material--clearly an omen of things to come. --Leslie Felperin

  • Friends, Series 7 - Episodes 13-16 [1995] Friends, Series 7 - Episodes 13-16 | DVD | (27/10/2003) from £1.99  |  Saving you £9.16 (57.30%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Lots happened behind the scenes between seasons and early on in the seventh year of the hit comedy, leaving audiences speculating that this might be the last. Perry became seriously ill again, and returned looking more emaciated than ever. Cox regained weight, but despite finishing Scream 3 happily, things were already rocky with David Arquette. Much was made in the press about Aniston marrying Brad Pitt, of course, but the real news (allaying fans' fears) was NBC's expensive renewal of the cast for two years at $750,000 per episode each (more than six times their previous increase). On-screen, at least there was Chandler and Monica's engagement lasting the whole year, despite predictable ups and downs (eg: "T.O.W. The Truth About London" revealing that Monica fancied Joey). By the time we finally get to "T.O.W. Chandler's Dad" (Kathleen Turner), it seems inevitable that the two-part finale will be an insane mess--but with a happy-ish ending. Sure enough, "T.O.W. Chandler and Monica's Wedding" features Gary Oldman joining in the chaos as Chandler repeatedly goes missing. Other star-turns in the year were Seinfeld's Jason Alexander as a suicidal Office Manager, Susan Sarandon as soap queen bitch Jessica Lockhart, Denise Richards as one of Ross and Monica's endless number of cousins and Winona Ryder as a surprise old friend, prompting "T.O.W. Rachel's Big Kiss". But perhaps the most telling instalment of this weirdly atmospheric year was "T.O.W. They All Turn Thirty". It suggested that maybe the Friends are all getting too old to carry on living their frivolous lives the same way after all. Paul Tonks

  • Friends, Series 7 - Episodes 9-12 [1995] Friends, Series 7 - Episodes 9-12 | DVD | (27/10/2003) from £5.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £6.99

    Season 7: lots happened behind the scenes between seasons and early on in the seventh year of the hit comedy, leaving audiences speculating this might be the last. Perry became seriously ill again, and returned looking more emaciated than ever. Cox regained weight, but despite finishing Scream 3 happily, things were already rocky with David Arquette. Much was made in the press about Aniston marrying Brad Pitt, of course, but the real news (allaying fans' fears) was NBC's expensive renewal of the cast for two years at $750,000 per episode each (more than six times their previous increase). Onscreen, at least there was Chandler and Monica's engagement lasting the whole year, despite predictable ups and downs (eg: "T.O.W. the Truth About London" revealing that Monica fancied Joey). By the time we finally get to "T.O.W. Chandler's Dad" (Kathleen Turner!), it seems inevitable that the two-part finale will be an insane mess--but with a happy-ish ending. Sure enough, "T.O.W. Chandler and Monica's Wedding" features Gary Oldman joining in the chaos as Chandler repeatedly goes missing. Other star turns in the year were Seinfeld's Jason Alexander as a suicidal Office Manager, Susan Sarandon as soap queen bitch Jessica Lockhart, Denise Richards as one of Ross and Monica's endless number of cousins and Winona Ryder as a surprise old friend, prompting "T.O.W. Rachel's Big Kiss". But perhaps the most telling instalment of this weirdly atmospheric year was "T.O.W. They All Turn Thirty". It suggested that maybe the Friends are all getting too old to carry on living their frivolous lives the same way after all. --Paul Tonks

  • Friends: Complete Series 4 - New Edition Friends: Complete Series 4 - New Edition | DVD | (25/10/2004) from £7.99  |  Saving you £35.31 (70.60%)  |  RRP £49.99

    Top-class antics from the beautiful sextet of chums punctuate this excellent series, which climaxes with the wedding in London. The DVD version contains extra footage from the London locations and in-depth interviews with the makers of the series. Other core shenanigans of the series include Rachel's abortive attempts to seduce Josh, Phoebe's surrogate pregnancy, the Chandler-Joey-Kathy love triangle and Monica and Rachel's attempts to get their apartment back after they lose a bet with Joey and Chandler. Some of the not-quite-as-momentous-but-no-less-amusing events covered here include Joey trying to break his personal record for stuffing Oreo cookies in his mouth, the girls spending the afternoon in wedding dresses and Ross unveiling his indescribable "sound" on the synthesiser. --Leslie Felperin

  • The Whole Nine Yards [2000] The Whole Nine Yards | DVD | (29/09/2008) from £3.99  |  Saving you £9.00 (69.30%)  |  RRP £12.99

    There goes the neighborhood - in a pine box. When hit man Jimmy The Tulip Tudeski moves into a comfy suburb everyone's suddenly in danger of pushing up daisies. And it's not all Jimmy's doing either. Jonathan Lynn directs and a top cast packs heat in this manic comedy about life love and plenty of ammo. Bruce Willis is Jimmy whose arrival sparks a chain reaction in which just about everybody wants to clip somebody else...

  • Friends: Complete Series 8 - New Edition Friends: Complete Series 8 - New Edition | DVD | (25/10/2004) from £4.99  |  Saving you £36.76 (72.10%)  |  RRP £50.99

    The eighth season of Friends picks up just moments after Monica and Chandler said, "I do." But the focus of this season is firmly on Rachel's pregnancy, as the story progresses from fatherhood revelations in "The One with the Red Sweater" and "The One Where Rachel Tells..." toward complicated new feelings for Rachel, Ross, and Joey, culminating in the maternity ward two-parter "The One Where Rachel Has a Baby." But it's not all Rachel's pregnancy story. Standalone highlights include "The One with the Rumor" in which the "We Hate Rachel" club started in high school by Ross and a certain Mr. Jennifer Aniston (an uncredited Brad Pitt) is revealed; while "The One with Monica's Boots" has Monica and Chandler arguing over finances when Phoebe and Ross are arguing over the attentions of Sting's wife, Trudie Styler (cameoing as herself). Relationship complications fall upon Phoebe as "The One with the Tea Leaves" hooks her up with a stellar cameo from Alec Baldwin. "The One with Joey's Interview" has Matt LeBlanc in top form preparing to be interviewed by Soap Opera Digest. But time starts to tick faster for everyone in "The One Where Rachel Is Late," as Joey's WWI movie finally arrives, but is overshadowed by the wait for Rachel's overdue arrival. Naturally it's all build-up to the cliffhanger finale and a final emotional surprise. --Paul Tonks

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