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Peter Coyote: List of Movies, Films and TV Shows

  • E.T The Extra-Terrestrial [DVD] E.T The Extra-Terrestrial | DVD | (22/10/2012) from £4.30  |  Saving you £15.69 (78.50%)  |  RRP £19.99

    One of the much-loved classics of all-time and a masterpiece from award winning film maker Steven Spielberg, E.T. - The Extra Terrestrial.A lost alien, three million light years away from home. A lonely ten-year old boy willing to take him home. Two lives changed by a timeless adventure and a friendship that knows no earthly bounds.Winner of four Oscars and two Golden Globes, including Best Motion Picture, ET is funny ,moving and unforgettable.A captivating classic that will embrace everyone with its magic touch.

  • ET (4K UHD+ Blu-ray + UV) [2017] ET (4K UHD+ Blu-ray + UV) | Blu Ray | (02/10/2017) from £14.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Relive the adventure and magic in one of the most beloved motion pictures of all-time, E.T. The Extra Terrestrial, from Academy Award®-winning* director Steven Spielberg. Captivating audiences of all ages, this timeless story follows the unforgettable journey of a lost alien and the 10-year-old boy he befriends. Join Elliott (Henry Thomas), Gertie (Drew Barrymore) and Michael (Robert MacNaughton) as they come together to help E.T. find his way back home. Special Features: STEVEN SPIELBERG & E.T. - The director reflects on his experience making E.T. and the impact the beloved classic has had on his celebrated career. THE E.T. JOURNALS - Original on-set production footage takes you behind the scenes. DELETED SCENES A LOOK BACK THE EVOLUTION AND CREATION OF E.T. THE E.T. REUNION THE MUSIC OF E.T. THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY PREMIERE DESIGNS, PHOTOGRAPHS AND MARKETING

  • E.T. The Extra Terrestrial [Blu-ray] [Region Free] E.T. The Extra Terrestrial | Blu Ray | (21/07/2014) from £6.97  |  Saving you £18.02 (72.10%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Relive the adventure and magic in one of the most beloved motion pictures of all-time E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial from Academy Award-winning director Steven Spielberg. Captivating audiences of all ages this timeless story follows the unforgettable journey of a lost alien and the 10-year-old boy he befriends. Join Elliott (Henry Thomas) Gertie (Drew Barrymore) and Michael (Robert MacNaughton) as they come together to help E.T. find his way back home. Bonus Features: Steven Spielberg & E.T. The E.T. Journals; A Look Back The Evolution and Creation of E.T. The E.T. Reunion; The Music of E.T.: A Discussion with John Williams The 20th Anniversary Premiere Designs Photographs and Marketing.

  • E.T. - the Extra Terrestrial [Special Edition] E.T. - the Extra Terrestrial | DVD | (04/07/2005) from £6.06  |  Saving you £6.30 (48.50%)  |  RRP £12.99

    The mystery. The suspense. The adventure. The call... that started it all. E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial is the heart-warming family classic from director Steven Spielberg. Rediscover one of the most popular and beloved movies of all time in this special edition which features never-before-seen footage enhanced visual effects and a remastered soundtrack. When an alien (E.T.) is inadvertently left behind on earth he finds refuge with youngster Elliot (Henry Thomas). As Elliot and E.T. bond as friends it soon becomes clear that E.T. must find his way home before government officials capture him for study. Together E.T. Elliot and Elliot's family and friends help reunite E.T. with his spaceship. The movie was something of an Oscar-night sensation. Nominated for 9 awards E.T. received 4 trophies: Best Sound Effects (Charles L. Campbell Ben Burtt); Best Visual Effects (Carlo Rambaldi Dennis Muren Kenneth Smith); Best Music (John Williams); and Best Sound (Robert Knudson Robert Glass Don Digirolamo Gene S. Cantamessa)

  • A Walk To Remember [2002] A Walk To Remember | DVD | (31/03/2008) from £4.95  |  Saving you £10.60 (66.30%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Love brings together what peer pressure and lifestyles seek to keep apart in A Walk To Remeber a coming-of-age story based on the best-selling book. Teen idol Shane West and multiplatinum recording star Mandy Moore star as two high schoolers - she a straitlaced preacher's daughter and he an unmotivated delinquent. When events thrust him into her world he begins an unexpected journey he'll never forget.

  • Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room [2006] Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room | DVD | (09/09/2007) from £8.59  |  Saving you £11.40 (57.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    It's just business... This searing examination of the Enron accounting scandal reveals the psychology of greed and corporate corruption that facilitated the company's rise to power and also its fall. When Enron went bankrupt in 2001 the principals walked away millionaires--but later faced legal proceedings and jail sentences. Meanwhile many employees and investors were left with nothing not even their retirement savings. Shedding light on the new economy of the 1990s when predictions and book-cooking flourished without actual profits the film shows how it was not Enron alone but a network of bankers traders and accountants who turned a blind eye to the company's clearly suspicious numbers. CEO Ken Lay and top dogs Jeff Skilling and Andy Fastow give candid interviews that illustrate their skill at deflecting hard questions and egotistically boasting about the company's success. In one of the company's cold and calculated moves - which caused the California power outages and lead to the ousting of governor Gray Davis - Enron employees are shown laughing at forest fires. Unbelievable footage of employees reveals unbridled greed lust for risk-taking and guiltless cheating all while thinking they could never be caught. Finally a few brave whistle-blowers stepped forward including Bethany McLean author of the Enron novel upon which this film is based who wrote an article in Fortune magazine calling the company's bluff. A remarkable documentary which packages the events of the scandal into a cohesive story this is one film not to miss!

  • Southern Comfort [DVD] Southern Comfort | DVD | (26/11/2012) from £6.69  |  Saving you £9.30 (58.20%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Southern Comfort is more than merely Deliverance in the Louisiana Bayou. Walter Hill's taut little tale of weekend warrior National Guardsman on swamp exercises reverberates with echoes of Vietnam. Powers Booth brings a hard pragmatism to the "new guy" in the unit, a Texas transplant less than thrilled with his new unit. "They're just Louisiana versions of the same rednecks I served with in El Paso", he tells level-headed Keith Carradine. The barely functional unit of city boys and macho rednecks invade the environs of the local Cajun trappers and poachers, "borrowing" the locals' boats and sending bursts of blank rounds over their heads in a show of contempt. Before they know it the dysfunctional strangers in a strange land are on the losing end of guerrilla war. The swamp rats kill their commanding officer (Peter Coyote) and terrorise the bickering bunch as they flee blindly through the jungle without a map, a compass, or a leader to speak of. Hill directs with a clean simplicity, creating tension as much from the primal landscape and the Cajuns' unsettling reign of terror as from the dynamics of a platoon of battle virgins tearing itself apart from rage and fear. Ry Cooder's eerie and haunting score and the primal, claustrophobic landscape only intensifies the paranoia as the city boys splinter with infighting (sparked by a bullying Fred Ward), blunder through booby traps and ambushes, and finally turn just as savage as their pursuers in their drive to survive. --Sean Axmaker, Amazon.com

  • A Walk To Remember [2002] A Walk To Remember | DVD | (31/03/2003) from £4.35  |  Saving you £4.12 (29.40%)  |  RRP £13.99

    With refreshing intelligence, A Walk to Remember offers welcome relief from the recent onslaught of teen-movie crudeness. Adapted from the novel by Nicholas Sparks and transplanted from 1958 to the present day, this admirable teen romance recognises that two 18-year-olds--Landon (Shane West) and Jamie (pop singer Mandy Moore)--can be smart, mature and sensible about the very real love they share. He's a popular kid in the cool crowd. She's got a goody-goody reputation as the dowdy daughter of a local minister (Peter Coyote); her values and priorities aren't rooted in peer pressure, and Landon feels blessed by her self-assured nobility. Their mutual affection inevitably heads into Love Story territory, but the movie is honest enough to survive its own schmaltz, and its attractive cast (including Daryl Hannah as Landon's mum) embraces a tone of sincerity and mutual respect. Finally, a teen movie with teens you can admire. --Jeff Shannon

  • Outrageous Fortune [1987] Outrageous Fortune | DVD | (19/07/2004) from £4.29  |  Saving you £10.70 (71.40%)  |  RRP £14.99

    Sometimes a movie works despite all its faults. Outrageous Fortune has a flimsy, formulaic script, so-so production values and an odd combination of stars, but somehow it's engaging and fun. Shelley Long and Bette Midler play two struggling actresses--one a hoity-toity priss and the other a brassy slob--who learn they've been sleeping with the same guy (Peter Coyote) when he gets blown up in a terrorist assault and they confront each other in the morgue. When they discover that he's still alive, the bickering pair track him down, traipsing across the US in high heels, pursued all the way by government agents, using their dubious acting talents to get them out of tough situations. The absurd plot keeps things moving and director Arthur Hiller (Silver Streak, The Out of Towners) gets cheerful performances out of everyone, particularly the strong supporting cast--including Robert Prosky (Broadcast News, Mrs. Doubtfire) as a pompous acting teacher, comedian George Carlin as a burnt-out would-be Indian and the underused John Schuck (M*A*S*H, McCabe & Mrs. Miller) as a long-suffering agent. Although contrived and cliché-ridden, the film is just absurd enough to entertain. --Bret Fetzer

  • Southern Comfort (Limited Edition packaging) [Bluray] [Blu-ray] Southern Comfort (Limited Edition packaging) | Blu Ray | (26/11/2012) from £9.29  |  Saving you £10.70 (53.50%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Southern Comfort is more than merely Deliverance in the Louisiana Bayou. Walter Hill's taut little tale of weekend warrior National Guardsman on swamp exercises reverberates with echoes of Vietnam. Powers Booth brings a hard pragmatism to the "new guy" in the unit, a Texas transplant less than thrilled with his new unit. "They're just Louisiana versions of the same rednecks I served with in El Paso", he tells level-headed Keith Carradine. The barely functional unit of city boys and macho rednecks invade the environs of the local Cajun trappers and poachers, "borrowing" the locals' boats and sending bursts of blank rounds over their heads in a show of contempt. Before they know it the dysfunctional strangers in a strange land are on the losing end of guerrilla war. The swamp rats kill their commanding officer (Peter Coyote) and terrorise the bickering bunch as they flee blindly through the jungle without a map, a compass, or a leader to speak of. Hill directs with a clean simplicity, creating tension as much from the primal landscape and the Cajuns' unsettling reign of terror as from the dynamics of a platoon of battle virgins tearing itself apart from rage and fear. Ry Cooder's eerie and haunting score and the primal, claustrophobic landscape only intensifies the paranoia as the city boys splinter with infighting (sparked by a bullying Fred Ward), blunder through booby traps and ambushes, and finally turn just as savage as their pursuers in their drive to survive. --Sean Axmaker, Amazon.com

  • Prohibition [DVD] [UK version] Prohibition | DVD | (29/10/2012) from £17.13  |  Saving you £7.86 (31.50%)  |  RRP £24.99

    This remarkable five-part series, directed by the legendary documentary maker Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, tells the story of Prohibition's rise and fall. It is a compelling saga that goes far beyond the oft-told tales of gangsters, rum runners, flappers and speakeasies, to reveal a complicated and divided nation in the throes of momentous transformation. The film raises vital questions that are as relevant today as they were 100 years ago – about means and ends, individual rights and responsibilities, the proper role of government and finally, who is - and who is not - a real American.

  • Sphere [1998] Sphere | DVD | (23/10/1998) from £4.26  |  Saving you £9.73 (69.50%)  |  RRP £13.99

    From yet another derivative science fiction novel by Michael Crichton comes Sphere, an equally derivative and flaccid movie, in which three top Hollywood stars struggle to squeeze tension and excitement out of material that doesn't match their talents. You're supposed to find awe and mystery in Crichton's story about a team of scientists and scholars who discover a 300-year-old alien spacecraft deep on the ocean floor, but mostly you feel that this is all much ado about nothing. The exploration team consists of a psychologist (Dustin Hoffman), mathematician (Samuel L Jackson), biochemist (Sharon Stone), and an astrophysicist (Live Schreiber), and when they enter the alien ship they discover a mysterious sphere inside. What they don't know is that the sphere has the power to manipulate their thoughts and perceptions, and before long the scientists' undersea habitat is a veritable haunted house of frightening visions and creeping paranoia. Who can be trusted? What is the sphere's purpose, and why is it on the ocean floor? Sphere makes some attempt to answer these questions, but the film is a mess, and it leads to one of the most anticlimactic endings of any science fiction film ever made. There are moments of high intensity and psychological suspense, and the stellar cast works hard to boost the talky screenplay. But it's clear that this was a hurried production (Hoffman and director Barry Levinson made Wag the Dog during an extended production delay), and as a result Sphere looks and feels like a film that wasn't quite ready for the cameras. Though it's by no means a waste of time, it's undeniably disappointing. --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com

  • Bitter Moon [1992] Bitter Moon | DVD | (16/08/2004) from £11.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £5.99

    Roman Polanski explores the uttermost depths of sexual perversion and experimentation in this erotic drama with more than a hint of black comedy. Nigel (Hugh Grant) and Fiona (Kristin Scott-Thomas) a repressed English couple eager to rekindle their fading marriage by taking a luxury cruise get more than they bargained for. Enroute they meet Oscar (Peter Coyote) a crippled American and his beautiful wife Mimi (Emmanuelle Seigner) who both enthral and appal Nigel with riveting acco

  • Kika Kika | DVD | (04/12/2006) from £3.94  |  Saving you £14.05 (78.10%)  |  RRP £17.99

    Young cosmetic artist Kika (Forque) is called to the mansion of rich American Nicholas (Coyote) in order to make up the corpse of his stepson Ramon. As it turns out Ramon is not actually dead and he begins an affair with Kika. However the path of true love never did run smooth and the pair must survive the threats of Kika's previous affair with Nicholas the mystery surrounding the all-too suspicious death of Ramon's mother and Ramon's former psychologist...

  • Bitter Moon Bitter Moon | DVD | (09/02/2009) from £6.35  |  Saving you £13.64 (68.20%)  |  RRP £19.99

    From acclaimed director Roman Polanski comes this erotically-charged drama starring Hugh Grant and Kristin Scott Thomas as a respectable married couple. While on a trip to Istanbul they come across Oscar and his young Parisian wife Mimi who take it upon themselves to tell the story of their passionate relationship from its sexual beginnings to its current abusive and spiteful stage.

  • Jagged Edge [1986] Jagged Edge | DVD | (02/04/2001) from £10.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Jagged Edge was one of a series of entertaining if porous thrillers crafted by screenwriter Joe Eszterhas before he wrote the ridiculous Showgirls. This 1985 movie is a taut mystery about an attorney (Glenn Close) who defends a newspaper publisher (Jeff Bridges) accused of murder. The fact that Close's character falls for him is more convenient than plausible, but it is a necessary emotional bridge for Eszterhas and director Richard Marquand (Eye of the Needle) to build toward a powerful finale. Scary, fun as courtroom dramas go, the film is well serviced by the two lead stars and has impressive support from co-star Peter Coyote and especially from Robert Loggia, who plays Close's cop buddy. --Tom Keogh, Amazon.com

  • E.T The Extra-Terrestrial (Blu-ray + Digital Copy) E.T The Extra-Terrestrial (Blu-ray + Digital Copy) | Blu Ray | (22/10/2012) from £8.99  |  Saving you £13.90 (55.60%)  |  RRP £24.99

    This 20th Anniversary edition of E.T. introduces the warmth and sense of magic of Steven Spielberg's much-loved movie to a whole new generation. And it is the youngsters at whom this new version has been aimed, with the film being given a Star Wars-style make-over in the hope that it will appeal to a generation weaned on digital effects. Thus, ET now has a souped-up space ship and the pursuing FBI agents are more politically correct, carrying walkie-talkies in place of guns. They've even given ET himself a CGI face-lift, digitally replacing the beloved puppet in certain scenes. But this is no Apocalypse Now Redux. The re-edited scenes are small and insignificant to the plot: the only additional footage of any note is ET taking a bath and demonstrating that he can breathe underwater, which is amusing but irrelevant. The surprise is that the deleted scene with Harrison Ford playing Elliot's school Principal has still not made it to the new version. Despite such grumbles, E.T. is still the joyful experience it was 20 years ago, only this time grown-ups can follow the story through an added glow of nostalgia, as they fondly remember just how great BMXs were! --Nikki Disney On the DVD: E.T.--20th Anniversary Edition has the revised version of the movie (but not the original cut) on Disc One, presented in 1.85:1 anamorphic widescreen and with a choice of gloriously remastered Dolby 5.1 or DTS sound options. The major beneficiary of this new presentation is John Williams' outstanding music score, which uniquely can also be played along with the film in the live version from the LA Shrine Auditorium 2002 premiere. A documentary about Williams conducting this extraordinary performance and a feature on his original scoring sessions are the best extra features on Disc Two. Other documentaries cover the "Evolution and Creation of ET"; a "Reunion" of the principal cast and crew with some fun behind-the-scenes footage; a piece on the planets of the Solar System narrated by ET himself (!); a photo gallery; trailers, and DVD-ROM extras. There's no director's commentary, but Spielberg does briefly introduce the movie on Disc One. --Mark Walker

  • Jagged Edge [DVD] [1985] Jagged Edge | DVD | (07/06/2010) from £4.18  |  Saving you £5.81 (58.20%)  |  RRP £9.99

    A grisly homicide... a sensational trial... a forbidden affair. It's Jagged Edge a razor-sharp suspense-thriller about crime punishment and passion. Jeff Bridges is the prime suspect and Glenn Close plays the attorney who falls in love with him. When a San Francisco socialite is viciously murdered her publisher husband Jack Forrester (Bridges) is accused of committing the crime. Teddy Barnes (Close) decides to defend the charming manipulative Jack only to disregard legal ethics by having an affair with him. With the help of private eye Sam Ransom (Robert Loggia) she takes on a ruthless D.A. (Peter Coyote) who's using the case as a political steppingstone. However a startling revelation puts Teddy in jeopardy of becoming the next victim of the 'Jagged Edge'.

  • Child's Cry Child's Cry | DVD | (28/05/2007) from £5.09  |  Saving you £0.90 (15.00%)  |  RRP £5.99

    A social worker (Lindsay Wagner) starts working with a shy withdrawn 6 year old (Taliesin Jaffe) whom she believes is the victim of sexual abuse.

  • Almodovar - Vol. 2 Almodovar - Vol. 2 | DVD | (05/06/2006) from £35.09  |  Saving you £4.90 (12.30%)  |  RRP £39.99

    A collection of inimitably uproarious comedies from Spanish icon Pedro Almodovar! Flower Of My Secret (1995): Leo (Paredes) leads a secret double life as an author of romantic fiction. However despite her success as the best-selling Amanda Gris her husband doesn't love her her best friend is strangely distracted and her mother and sister are too busy bickering to notice that anything's wrong. Abandoned by her muse and seeking solace in the bottle since the collapse of her ma

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