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  • House: The Complete Seasons 1-8 [DVD] House: The Complete Seasons 1-8 | DVD | (29/05/2017) from £28.00  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    The Complete Seasons 1-8 on 46 Discs

  • Christmas With The Coopers [DVD] Christmas With The Coopers | DVD | (21/11/2016) from £6.60  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    When four generations of the Cooper clan come together for their annual Christmas Eve celebration, a series of unexpected visitors and unlikely events turn the night upside down, leading them all toward a surprising rediscovery of family bonds and the spirit of the holiday.

  • Rush [DVD] Rush | DVD | (27/01/2014) from £2.75  |  Saving you £17.24 (86.20%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Academy Award winner Ron Howard (A Beautiful Mind Apollo 13) teams once again with Academy Award-nominated writer Peter Morgan (Frost/Nixon Last king of Scotland) on Rush a fast-paced and spectacular re-creation of the merciless and legendary 1970s Formula 1 rivalry between gifted English playboy James Hunt (Chris Hemsworth of The Avengers Thor) and his disciplined Austrian opponent Niki Lauda (Daniel Bruhl of Inglourious Basterds The Bourne Ultimatum). Set against the sexy and glamorous golden age of racing Rush portrays the exhilarating true story of the charismatic Hunt and the methodically brilliant Lauda two of the greatest rivals the world of sports has ever witnessed. Taking us into their personal lives and clashes on and off the Grand Prix racetrack Rush follows the two drivers as they push themselves to the breaking point of physical and psychological endurance where there is no shortcut to victory and no margin for error.

  • The Next Three Days [DVD] [2010] The Next Three Days | DVD | (16/05/2011) from £2.99  |  Saving you £15.80 (79.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Life seems perfect for John Brennan (Russell Crowe) until his wife Lara (Elizabeth Banks) is arrested for a murder she says she didn't commit. Three years into her sentence John is struggling to hold his family together raising their son and teaching at college while he pursues every means available to prove her innocence. With the rejection of their final appeal Lara becomes suicidal and John decides there is only one possible bearable solution: to break his wife out of prison. Refusing to be deterred by impossible odds or his own inexperience John devises an elaborate escape plot with the help of an ex con (Liam Neeson) and plunges into a dangerous and unfamiliar world ultimately risking everything for the woman he loves.

  • Cowboys & Aliens [DVD] Cowboys & Aliens | DVD | (26/12/2011) from £3.89  |  Saving you £16.10 (80.50%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Arizona, 1873. The small desert town of Absolution is a close-knit yet uptight community where strangers aren't welcome. The streets are harshly run by iron-fisted Colonel Dolarhyde (Harrison Ford). But when a stranger (Daniel Craig) with no recollection of who he is or where he has come from stumbles into town, Dolarhyde's power is put to a test. The only clue to this drifter's past is a mysterious shackle attached to his wrist. Soon after wandering into town the Stranger is captured and held under strict surveillance by Colonel Dolarhyde. But when a space craft lands in Absolution, the town soon comes to the realisation that this lone ranger may be their only hope in the fight to survive this alien invasion. From renowned director Jon Favreau (Made, Iron Man) comes this action-packed extravaganza filled with blistering special effects and witty dark humour. -M.F.

  • Rush [Blu-ray] Rush | Blu Ray | (27/01/2014) from £5.09  |  Saving you £19.90 (79.60%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Ron Howard?s Rush--set in Formula One?s 1970s heyday, when ?sex was safe and driving was dangerous?--is a gripping story of fire and ice rivalry that makes today?s rights-managed Formula One look as dull as rain. Culminating in the summer of 1976 and filtered through a layer of colour-faded nostalgia, Rush follows the intertwining careers of James Hunt--the English rock ?n? roll star of motor racing--and his chief rival Niki Lauda, a prickly newcomer with a head for engineering and a Spartan work ethic. Chris Helmsworth plays Hunt, as sporting a playboy as the late George Best, striding handsomely around Monaco?s sunlit racetrack with an open shirt and a hairfull of shining wind. Bankrolled by aristocratic friends and at ease among the sport?s Riviera set, his career and his popularity are overshadowed when Lauda (made enormously likable by Daniel Brühl) catches the eye of an ambitious Ferrari team on the lookout for a new breed of racing driver. As Hunt drifts though a string of beds, boozers and petty brawls, Lauda patiently racks up the points, spending long nights obsessing over his car and those precious milliseconds that can mean an eternity at the margin. A deadly rivalry will do wonders for your career--and Hunt vs. Lauda erupts into snaking dogfights around the hazardous circuits of Monza, Silverstone, and near-fatally at the Nürburgring. Hunt is more alive to the alluring danger of racing--references to the famously large number of women he?s meant to have slept with are left out--but it?s Lauda who pays the higher price, and the film?s dramatic heart is Lauda?s psychological comeback, despite devastating injuries, as he prepares for a final showdown. --Leo Batchelor

  • House Season 5 [DVD] House Season 5 | DVD | (05/10/2009) from £13.75  |  Saving you £11.50 (32.90%)  |  RRP £34.99

    Season 5 picks up where season 4 left off. With Amber's death House blames himself and believes Wilson blames him but is afraid to ask. Wilson decides to leave the hospital. Is Wilson really gone? Will he return? Will House change? Where will Season 5 take Cameron and Chase's relationship? Many questions will be answered as House Season 5 continues. Pick an episode below and start contributing what you know...

  • In Time [DVD] In Time | DVD | (21/05/2012) from £5.59  |  Saving you £14.40 (72.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    As a storyteller, Andrew Niccol tends to think big, tackling heady subjects such as genetic predestination (Gattaca), the nature of reality (The Truman Show), and celebrity in the cyber age (S1m0ne). In Time, Niccol's first film since 2005's Lord of War, has a typically gigantic premise--a world where everyone over 25 years old must pay for every continued second of their existence--but stumbles in the execution. While the ideas are exceedingly clever, the telling isn't especially witty. Justin Timberlake stars as a goodhearted but desperate minimum-wager trapped in a society where the rich are essentially immortal and the poor see their lifespan shorten with every purchase. (A cup of coffee costs 4 minutes, taking the bus also takes 30 minutes off of your life, and so on.) After being gifted with a century by a mysterious benefactor, he begins a romance with a beautiful socialite (Amanda Seyfried), whose father holds the key to the entire monetary system. Matters are complicated with the introduction of a relentless time cop (Cillian Murphy) with his own motivations for restoring the unnatural balance of things. Niccol has fun laying out the aspects of a world where even the elderly are genetically frozen at age 25 (the scenes where Timberlake interacts with his mother, played by a disturbingly spry Olivia Wilde, are an unsavoury hoot), but has difficulty translating the ingenuity of his concept to a compelling narrative, which rapidly devolves into a mix of uninspired chase scenes and a succession of time-related puns that would have trouble passing muster on a Laffy Taffy wrapper. (The bad guys threaten to clean Timberlake's clock. Repeatedly.) While science fiction aficionados will find much to chew on in Niccol's askew reality, In Time never quite hits the marks that its own ideas suggest. As a film, it's more fun to think about than watch. --Andrew Wright

  • Tron Legacy [DVD] [2010] Tron Legacy | DVD | (18/04/2011) from £2.76  |  Saving you £15.23 (84.70%)  |  RRP £17.99

    Disney presents a high-tech motion picture unlike anything you've ever seen. Immerse yourself in the digital world of Tron as celebrated actor Jeff Bridges stars in a revolutionary visual effects adventure beyond imagination. When Flynn the world's greatest video game creator sends out a secret signal from an amazing digital realm his son discovers the clue and embarks on a personal journey to save his long-lost father. With the help of the fearless female warrior Quorra father and son venture through an incredible cyber universe and wage the ultimate battle of good versus evil. Bring home an unrivaled entertainment experience with Tron: Legacy - complete with never-before-seen bonus features that take you even deeper into the phenomenal world of Tron.

  • Tron Legacy [Blu-ray] [Region Free] Tron Legacy | Blu Ray | (19/11/2012) from £10.00  |  Saving you £19.99 (66.70%)  |  RRP £29.99

    The luminescent lines and shimmering surfaces of Tron: Legacy will tantalise anyone who's lusted after the latest smartphone. The long-ago disappearance of his computer-genius father has left Sam Flynn (Garrett Hedlund, Four Brothers) with existential ennui and a lot of money. When he discovers his father's secret workshop, he gets sucked into a computerised realm ruled by a megalomaniac computer program named Clu--who just happens to be his father's virtual doppelganger. To find his real father (Jeff Bridges, reprising his role from the original Tron, with a bit of his role from The Big Lebowski thrown in for kicks), Sam has to fight in gladiatorial games, drive in digital demolition derbies, and be stripped and dressed by slinky pneumatic babes. For all the techno-babble and quasi-philosophy the characters spout, this is a movie without an idea in its shiny head. It would be pointless to describe the many sillinesses because Tron: Legacy isn't actually trying to be smart; it's trying to look cool. It succeeds. Olivia Wilde (House) looks like the coolest action figure ever (if the entire movie could be nothing but the shot of her lounging on a futuristic sofa, it would be a masterpiece of avant-garde gizmo-fetishism). The facemasks are cool, the glowing skintight outfits are cool, the light-cycles are really, really cool--and let's be honest, it's all about the light-cycles. That's what the audience for Tron wants, and that's what Tron: Legacy delivers. --Bret Fetzer

  • Her [Blu-ray] Her | Blu Ray | (23/06/2014) from £7.33  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    A lonely writer develops an unlikely relationship with his newly purchased operating system that's designed to meet his every need.

  • The Next Three Days [Blu-ray] [2010] The Next Three Days | Blu Ray | (16/05/2011) from £7.49  |  Saving you £17.50 (70.00%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Life seems perfect for John Brennan (Russell Crowe) until his wife Lara (Elizabeth Banks) is arrested for a murder she says she didn't commit. Three years into her sentence John is struggling to hold his family together raising their son and teaching at college while he pursues every means available to prove her innocence. With the rejection of their final appeal Lara becomes suicidal and John decides there is only one possible bearable solution: to break his wife out of prison. Refusing to be deterred by impossible odds or his own inexperience John devises an elaborate escape plot with the help of an ex con (Liam Neeson) and plunges into a dangerous and unfamiliar world ultimately risking everything for the woman he loves.

  • In Time [Blu-ray] In Time | Blu Ray | (21/05/2012) from £7.87  |  Saving you £17.12 (68.50%)  |  RRP £24.99

    As a storyteller, Andrew Niccol tends to think big, tackling heady subjects such as genetic predestination (Gattaca), the nature of reality (The Truman Show), and celebrity in the cyber age (S1m0ne). In Time, Niccol's first film since 2005's Lord of War, has a typically gigantic premise--a world where everyone over 25 years old must pay for every continued second of their existence--but stumbles in the execution. While the ideas are exceedingly clever, the telling isn't especially witty. Justin Timberlake stars as a goodhearted but desperate minimum-wager trapped in a society where the rich are essentially immortal and the poor see their lifespan shorten with every purchase. (A cup of coffee costs 4 minutes, taking the bus also takes 30 minutes off of your life, and so on.) After being gifted with a century by a mysterious benefactor, he begins a romance with a beautiful socialite (Amanda Seyfried), whose father holds the key to the entire monetary system. Matters are complicated with the introduction of a relentless time cop (Cillian Murphy) with his own motivations for restoring the unnatural balance of things. Niccol has fun laying out the aspects of a world where even the elderly are genetically frozen at age 25 (the scenes where Timberlake interacts with his mother, played by a disturbingly spry Olivia Wilde, are an unsavoury hoot), but has difficulty translating the ingenuity of his concept to a compelling narrative, which rapidly devolves into a mix of uninspired chase scenes and a succession of time-related puns that would have trouble passing muster on a Laffy Taffy wrapper. (The bad guys threaten to clean Timberlake's clock. Repeatedly.) While science fiction aficionados will find much to chew on in Niccol's askew reality, In Time never quite hits the marks that its own ideas suggest. As a film, it's more fun to think about than watch. --Andrew Wright

  • Tron [Blu-ray] Tron | Blu Ray | (18/04/2011) from £6.85  |  Saving you £16.14 (70.20%)  |  RRP £22.99

    A masterpiece of breakthrough CGI ingenuity – a dazzling film at the flashpoint of a continuing revolution in its genre. Packed with five hours of bonus features, this feature-rich collector’s edition showcases an epic adventure inside a brave new world where the action is measured in microseconds. When Flynn (Jeff Bridges) hacks the mainframe of his ex-employer to prove his work was stolen by another executive, he finds himself on a much bigger adventure. Beamed inside by a power-hungry Master Control Program, he joins computer gladiators on a deadly game grid, complete with high-velocity “Light Cycles” and Tron (Bruce Boxleitner) , a specialised security program. Together they fight the ultimate battle with the MCP to decide the fate of both the electronic world and the real world.

  • House - Season 1-8 [DVD] House - Season 1-8 | DVD | (22/10/2012) from £46.99  |  Saving you £30.99 (31.00%)  |  RRP £99.99

    Special Features: Season 1 The Concept Casting Sessions Medical Cases Set Tour House - isms Dr. House Season 2 Audio Commentaries Blooper Reel Alternate Take from Daddy's Boy Alternate Take from Sleeping Dogs Lie It Could Be Lupus An Evening with House (The Cast and Creators of House M.D. at The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences) Season 3 Alternate Take from Cane and Able: The Angry Valley Girl Version Half-Wit with Audio Commentary Blooper Reel House Soundtrack Session with Band From TV Production Office - Suite 230 Tyler Patton - Property Master Anatomy of an Episode: The Jerk Season 4 Meet The Writers House's Soap Prescription Passion Visual Effects House New Beginnings Houses Head (Optional Commentary) My Favourite Season 4 Episode So Far Anatomy Of A Scene Bus Crash Season 5 House Guests: Casting the Show Keeping It Real: Accuracy In Writing Dr. Mom: Cuddy's Storyline House Meets A Milestone: The 100th episode Anatomy of a Teaser Season 6 Audio Commentaries Before Broken: The Concept Reel A New House For House A Crazy Cool Episode: Epic Fail New Faces In A New House A Different POV: Hugh Laurie Directs Season 7 Meet Martha Masters Huddy Dissected Audio Commentaries Anatomy of an Episode: Bombshells Thirteen Returns Season 8 House, M.D. Swan Song The Doctor Directs: Behind the Scenes with Hugh Laurie Everybody Dies: A Postmortem

  • Paradise Lost [2007] Paradise Lost | DVD | (08/10/2007) from £3.85  |  Saving you £13.20 (73.40%)  |  RRP £17.99

    Paradise Lost is a tense unsettling thriller centering around a diverse group of young adventure travelers. After a terrifying bus accident maroons them in a remote Brazilian beach town they slowly discover that the white sand beaches and lush jungles are concealing a darker unsettling secret...

  • House Season 7 [Blu-ray] [2010] House Season 7 | Blu Ray | (26/09/2011) from £11.46  |  Saving you £33.53 (74.50%)  |  RRP £44.99

    House (Hugh Laurie) and Cuddy (Lisa Edelstein) explore the ramifications admitting they have feelings for each other and attempt to make a real relationship work. Meanwhile due to a colleague's illness Princeton Plainsboro is left without a neurosurgeon on site threatening the hospital's accreditation as a Level 1 Trauma Center. As the team attempts treatment to get their sick colleague back to work they discover there is more to the illness than they originally suspected and turn to House for direction. Instead House remains elusive leaving the team on its own in the season premiere episode of House.

  • Third Person [DVD] Third Person | DVD | (23/03/2015) from £2.96  |  Saving you £12.25 (68.10%)  |  RRP £17.99

    From Academy Award winning director Paul Haggis (Crash) comes a star studded drama about three interlocking love stories played out across Rome Paris and New York.

  • House Season 7 [DVD] [2010] House Season 7 | DVD | (26/09/2011) from £6.99  |  Saving you £10.50 (30.00%)  |  RRP £34.99

    House (Hugh Laurie) and Cuddy (Lisa Edelstein) explore the ramifications admitting they have feelings for each other and attempt to make a real relationship work. Meanwhile due to a colleague's illness Princeton Plainsboro is left without a neurosurgeon on site threatening the hospital's accreditation as a Level 1 Trauma Center. As the team attempts treatment to get their sick colleague back to work they discover there is more to the illness than they originally suspected and turn to House for direction. Instead House remains elusive leaving the team on its own in the season premiere episode of House.

  • In Time (DVD + Digital Copy) In Time (DVD + Digital Copy) | DVD | (27/02/2012) from £5.59  |  Saving you £14.40 (72.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    As a storyteller, Andrew Niccol tends to think big, tackling heady subjects such as genetic predestination (Gattaca), the nature of reality (The Truman Show), and celebrity in the cyber age (S1m0ne). In Time, Niccol's first film since 2005's Lord of War, has a typically gigantic premise--a world where everyone over 25 years old must pay for every continued second of their existence--but stumbles in the execution. While the ideas are exceedingly clever, the telling isn't especially witty. Justin Timberlake stars as a goodhearted but desperate minimum-wager trapped in a society where the rich are essentially immortal and the poor see their lifespan shorten with every purchase. (A cup of coffee costs 4 minutes, taking the bus also takes 30 minutes off of your life, and so on.) After being gifted with a century by a mysterious benefactor, he begins a romance with a beautiful socialite (Amanda Seyfried), whose father holds the key to the entire monetary system. Matters are complicated with the introduction of a relentless time cop (Cillian Murphy) with his own motivations for restoring the unnatural balance of things. Niccol has fun laying out the aspects of a world where even the elderly are genetically frozen at age 25 (the scenes where Timberlake interacts with his mother, played by a disturbingly spry Olivia Wilde, are an unsavoury hoot), but has difficulty translating the ingenuity of his concept to a compelling narrative, which rapidly devolves into a mix of uninspired chase scenes and a succession of time-related puns that would have trouble passing muster on a Laffy Taffy wrapper. (The bad guys threaten to clean Timberlake's clock. Repeatedly.) While science fiction aficionados will find much to chew on in Niccol's askew reality, In Time never quite hits the marks that its own ideas suggest. As a film, it's more fun to think about than watch. --Andrew Wright

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