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Cilla | DVD | (06/10/2014)
from £5.65 | Saving you £9.34 (62.30%) | RRP
Priscilla White is a typist from a working class area of Liverpool who dreams of stardom; Bobby Willis is the chancer who ignores the city's Protestant-Catholic divide to pursue her; Brian Epstein is the young genius who will later guide The Beatles to superstardom. Starring Sheridan Smith Cilla tells the true story of how the lives of these three intertwine to propel Cilla to the top of the charts and beyond. but at a cost. Cilla Black, as young Priscilla becomes, displays a ruthless strea.
Spiceworld The Movie | DVD | (14/06/2004)
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The girl's first live concert at the Royal Albert Hall is in just five day's time. With trusty bus driver Dennis (Meatloaf) at the wheel they hurtle from guest appearances to parties photoshoots and even dance camp! But when evil tabloid editor Kevin McMaxford steps up his campaign against them their best friend goes into labour and their manager collapses in hysterics the girls must draw on all their Girl Power to make it to the show on time...
Inglourious Basterds | Blu Ray | (07/12/2009)
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Catherine Cookson - A Dinner Of Herbs | DVD | (23/07/2007)
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Based on Catherine Cookson's best-selling novel of murder passion and betrayed friendships this sweeping drama spans forty years during the second half of the 19th century. Roddy Greenback arrives in a remote Northumberland community. His father meets a violent death leaving the boy alone with no family to speak of. The young Roddy is adopted and raised by Kate Makepeace a good friend of his father and develops a close friendship with Hal and Mary Ellen but their sibling bond is put to the test as they become adults. The hidden secrets of the past are painfully unearthed as their lives continue to be intertwined by a tragic destiny.
Working Girl | DVD | (06/03/2006)
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For anyone who's ever won. For anyone who's ever lost. And for anyone who's still in there trying.... When a secretary's idea is stolen by her boss she seizes the opportunity to steal it back. Her boss breaks her leg in a skiing accident and the daring secretary decides to take her office her apartment and even her wardrobe! it's make or break time...
Sammy's Adventure: Turtle's Tale 2D | DVD | (30/09/2013)
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It might not be the highest profile animated film of the year, but that?s no reason to write off A Turtle?s Tale: Sammy?s Adventure 3D. It?s a film aimed at a younger audience, with a strong ecological message at its heart, and bears more than a passing tip of the hat to Finding Nemo. Yet while it doesn?t measure up to Pixar?s movie, children are likely to be content for the length of its running time. A Turtle?s Tale: Sammy?s Adventure 3D tells the story of Sammy the turtle, and takes in five decades of his life and the colourful characters he meets along the way. It?s significantly enlivened by a strong voice cast, including John Hurt, Dominic Cooper and Gemma Arterton, who put some real gusto into their work. The film is a Belgian movie that?s been redubbed for the UK market, and that alone is usually enough to put people off. But don?t be discouraged here, particularly when you factor in the genuinely impressive 3D.--Jon Foster
Night Train To Lisbon | DVD | (28/01/2015)
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After having saved a beautiful Portuguese woman from leaping to her death, Latin Professor Raimund Gregorius (Jeremy Irons) stumbles upon a mesmerizing book by a Portuguese author, which compels him to suddenly abandon his boring life and embark on an enthralling adventure. In search of the author, Gregorius acts as detective and begins to piece together an epic story of oppression and revolution, loyalty and betrayal, love and jealousy, all played out against the backdrop of a brutal fascist dictatorship. His exploration of the author's life evolves into a liberating journey of self-discovery and Gregorius finds that life can change in an instant.
Mythica Boxset | DVD | (22/05/2017)
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THE COMPLETE 5 FILM COLLECTION OF THE EPIC FANTASY SERIES The Mythica series follows the adventures of Marek, a wizard born with the dark power of necromancy, as she learns to harness the magic that threatens to corrupt her. She recruits a team of adventurers to battle Szorlok, the legendary Necromancer, and thwart his goal of uniting the four shards of the Darkspore to unleash an undead plague on the land. Mythica is a sweeping adventure featuring monsters, magic, romance, betrayal and hard-hitting action. Starring Melanie Stone, Adam Johnson, Jake Stormoen, Nicola Posener, Matthew Mercer, Robert Jayne and Kevin Sorbo.
Something Wild | Blu Ray | (05/02/2018)
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A straitlaced businessman meets a quirky, freespirited woman at a downtown New York greasy spoon. Her offer of a ride back to his office results in a lunchtime motel rendezvousjust the beginning of a capricious interstate road trip that brings the two facetoface with their hidden selves. Featuring a killer soundtrack and electric performances from Jeff Daniels, Melanie Griffith, and Ray Liotta, Something Wild, directed by oddball American auteur Jonathan Demme, is both a kinky comic thriller and a radiantly offkilter love story. Features: New, restored digital transfer, supervised by director of photography Tak Fujimoto and approved by director Jonathan Demme, with DTSHD Master Audio soundtrack New video interviews with Demme and writer E. Max Frye Original theatrical trailer PLUS: A booklet featuring a new essay by film critic David Thompson New cover by Sam Smith
Jesus Christ Superstar - Live Arena Tour 2012 | DVD | (19/11/2012)
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Celebrating 40 years since it first opened in London's West End, Andrew Lloyd Webber's new production of Jesus Christ Superstar, directed by Laurence Connor, promises to be the rock event of 2012. The star-studded line-up includes award-winning musical comedian Tim Minchin for the role of 'Judas Iscariot'. Three million album selling pop icon and former Spice Girl Melanie C will take the only female lead as 'Mary Magdalene'. BBC Radio 1's Breakfast Show host Chris Moyles will make his major stage debut as 'King Herod' and Winner of the ITV primetime show 'Superstar' Ben Forster in the title role of 'Jesus' in the 21st century 'Rock Musical' re-invention of Jesus Christ Superstar. An award-winning creative team have transformed this legendary rock musical into a unique state-of-the-art spectacular. Director Laurence Connor, known for his work on the 25th anniversary performances and concerts for Les Miserables and Phantom of the Opera, will work alongside Mark Fisher, the acclaimed world-leading set designer responsible for the staging of the Diamond Jubilee music concert in front of Buckingham Palace. They will be joined by internationally renowned lighting designer Patrick Woodroffe, who worked on the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the London 2012 Olympic Games. Both Mark and Patrick have worked on global arena and stadium tours for some of the world's biggest music acts including the Rolling Stones and U2. Filmed live as part of the 2012 arena tour.
Shining Through | DVD | (30/06/2003)
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Based on a novel by Susan Isaacs, Shining Through is uncomfortably close to Alfred Hitchcock's Notorious. This World War II drama concerns a love affair between a spy (Michael Douglas) and a secretary (Melanie Griffith) that goes south when duty turns him cold and pushes her into dangerous, behind-the-lines intelligence work. Liam Neeson plays the gentleman Nazi unwittingly providing Griffith with cover as domestic help. The best parts of the film are the twists and turns in the romance (Douglas is very good at playing a character who can turn off all feeling at will) at the beginning; the German scenes are less compelling despite such high stakes for the heroine. The climax--taking us back to Notorious whether it wants to or not--is quite gripping, largely due to Douglas's performance.--Tom Keogh
American Pie 7: Book Of Love | DVD | (07/12/2009)
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The Bonfire Of The Vanities (1990) | DVD | (01/06/2006)
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Is it time, after the anonymous disaster of Mission to Mars, to give Brian De Palma's famously doomed film of Tom Wolfe's bulky novel Bonfire of the Vanities another chance? The uproarious ins and outs of the film's troubled production have become well-known via Julie Salamon's account of its making, The Devil's Candy, and fans of that might want to flick between page and screen to see just when Melanie Griffith caused untold continuity problems by having her breasts inflated. Techno buffs will surely appreciate the pointless but somehow wonderful trickery of an extended tracking shot at the outset that exists only to last a few seconds longer than the one in Orson Welles Touch of Evil (1958). Tom Hanks was rather better cast than was generally allowed, as "master of the universe" Sherman McCoy, who comes a cropper after a hit-and-run accident, since his nice-guy act shows intriguing cracks. And even Bruce Willis does his best on a hiding to nothing as the drunken writer. It is funny in parts, agonising in others, and misses Wolfe's tone--but somehow its failures might make it as symptomatic of the long-gone excesses of the early 90s as the novel was of the 80s. --Kim Newman
Working Girl/9 To 5 | DVD | (28/07/2008)
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Working Girl (Dir. Mike Nichols) (1988): Tess McGill (Melanie Griffith) is a frustrated secretary struggling to forge ahead in the world of big business in New York. She gets her chance when her boss breaks her leg on a skiing holiday. McGill takes advantage of her absence to push ahead with her career. She teams up with investment broker Jack Trainer (Harrison Ford) to work on a big deal. The situation is complicated after the return of her boss. Nine To Five (Dir. Colin Higgins) (1980): At 'Consolidated' the office manager (Tomlin) the vice president's secretary (Parton) and the newest employee (Fonda) become great friends as they share their resentment about their egotistical sexist boss (Dabney Coleman). When they inadvertently get a chance to take revenge they institute a host of popular office procedures in his absence - even as their scheme spins wildly out of control! Full of witty social commentary this delightful comedy marks Dolly Parton's first film debut and features the Oscar-nominated hit song she wrote and performed.
Mulholland Falls | DVD | (22/03/2004)
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Mulholland Falls tells the story of four no-nonsense cops nicknamed the ""Hat Squad"" who formed an elite unit of the Los Angeles Police Department in the early 1950's. Both feared and revered they made their own rules to enforce the law but when a routine murder investigation case involves one of their own it forces the ""Hats"" into a confrontation with a power greater than organised crime: one that could bring down the squad itself...
Body Double | Blu Ray | (24/10/2016)
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Even Brian De Palma's staunchest defenders had to swallow hard with this gaudily gory bauble of a thriller that is built around a gruesome (yet surprisingly wittily staged) stalking and murder involving a female victim and a killer with a giant power drill. This is De Palma at his most sensational, in a story about a B-movie actor (Craig Wasson) with career problems and a habit as a voyeur. He witnesses the aforementioned murder, then teams up with a porn actress (Melanie Griffith) to try and find the killer. De Palma has a blast going inside the porn film industry, and even films a pseudo rock video with one-hit wonders Frankie Goes to Hollywood. Wasson is an unlikely leading man, bland and pasty, but he is perfect in the role of a decidedly imperfect hero. --Marshall Fine, Amazon.com
Rugrats - Go Wild | DVD | (08/03/2004)
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The Rugrats family vacation takes an exotic detour when their boat capsizes and they become shipwrecked on a deserted tropical island. With the jungle as their new backyard the babies race wildly from one dangerous adventure to the next soon to discover that someone else is on the island: it's the Wild Thornberrys on an island adventure of their own! When these two families get together the excitement really starts!
But I'm A Cheerleader | DVD | (08/06/2009)
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Megan Williams is a good christian cheerleading girl but perhaps she's taking her love of her team mates a step too far! Noticing her unorthodox leanings Megan's parents arrange on intervention sending her off to New Directions a sexual rehabilitation camp run by a hilariously straight-laced school madam Mary.
Missing | DVD | (21/02/2005)
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Director Constantin Costa-Gavras made his English-language film debut with this political thriller based on a true story. Although the nation depicted is never named directly the action clearly takes place in Chile after the military coup. 'Missing' centers around the disappearance of Charles Horman (John Shea) an American expatriate who lives with his wife Beth (Sissy Spacek) in South America. One night armed soldiers enter their home and drag him away. In desperation Beth deci
The Informant! | DVD | (29/03/2010)
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Steven Soderbergh's The Informant!, like the director's one-two Oscar® punch Erin Brockovich and Traffic, is an energetic exposé of corporate/criminal chicanery with wide-ranging implications for life in these United States. Not so much like those movies, it plays as hyper-caffeinated comedy. At its center is Mark Whitacre (Matt Damon), a biochemist and junior executive at agri-giant Archer Daniels Midland who, in 1992, began feeding the FBI evidence of ADM's involvement in price fixing. Mark's motive for doing so is elusive, sometimes self-contradictory, and subject to mutation at any moment. To describe him as bipolar would be akin to finding the Marx Brothers somewhat zany. His Fed handlers, along with the audience, start thinking of him as a hapless goofball. Then they and we get blind-sided with the revelation of further dimensions of Mark's life at ADM, and the nature of the investigation, and the movie, changes. That will happen again. And again. It's Soderbergh's ingenious strategy to make us fellow travelers on Mark's crazy ride, virtually infecting us with a short-term version of his dysfunctional being. Props to screenwriter Scott Z. Burns for boiling down Kurt Eichenwald's 600-page book The Informant: A True Story without sacrificing coherence. And Matt Damon, bulked up by two stones and spluttering his manic lines from under a caterpillar mustache, reconfirms his virtuosity and his willingness to dive deep into such a dodgy personality. On the downside, despite a small army of comedians in cameo roles, The Informant! has nothing like the rich field of subsidiary characters encountered in Erin Brockovich and Traffic. That lack of vibrancy is aggravated by the dominance of prairie-flat Midwest speech patterns and cadences (most of the film unreels in Illinois), and the razzmatazz score by veteran tunesmith Marvin Hamlisch sounds like pep-rally music on an industrial film. Soderbergh also photographed the movie (under his pseudonym Peter Andrews), and his decision to show everything through a corn-mush filter turns it into a big-screen YouTube experience. --Richard T. Jameson