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  • Hot Shots!: Part Deux [Blu-ray] [1993] Hot Shots!: Part Deux | Blu Ray | (08/07/2013) from £6.49  |  Saving you £3.50 (35.00%)  |  RRP £9.99

    This hilarious sequel to Hot Shots! delivers plenty of gags and countless movie parodies (Leonard Maltin)and has a more humorous edge...than the original (James Berardinelli ReelViews)! Charlie Sheen(TV's Two and a Half Men TV's Anger Management) returns as former renegade pilot Topper Harley once again recruited for a secret mission. This time the country's incompetent president (Lloyd Bridges)sends him to the Middle East to rescue US hostages...and the countless men who have already been sent in to rescue them. Pining for his former lover (Valeria Golino) in a Buddhist temple Topper manages to pull himself together and sets forth to conquer this action-packed -and laugh-filled - task

  • Scooby Doo - Live Action Movie [2002] Scooby Doo - Live Action Movie | DVD | (25/11/2002) from £3.49  |  Saving you £10.50 (75.10%)  |  RRP £13.99

    Ghosts haunting spooky old factories? Hip kids being brainwashed? The Darkopalypse about to engulf the world? Scooby-Doo, where are you? But the gang have all fallen out and dissolved the Mystery Inc partnership for good. Jinkeys! Luckily a strange invitation to solve a mystery on Spooky Island has unwittingly reunited the now-flopped members of the team. Can ghoul-getting gang get along again? The latest in a long line of live-actioned-up retro cartoon faves, Scooby-Doo features superb action set-pieces and seamlessly blended live actor/CGI interaction--our eponymous hero is rendered with particular panache. What's more, the special effects are backed by a scarily well-written script and some frighteningly good performances. The Buffy-tastic Sarah Michelle Gellar was born to be Daphne, and Matthew Lillard is show-stealing as the dream-to-play Shaggy. The characters themselves are darkly developed--Fred is now a vain egotist, Velma a last-picked-at-sport geek and Daphne a Clueless-style airhead. Happily, Shaggy and Scooby are still a pair of snack-happy gormless goofs for whom friendship outweighs all else. Scooby-Doo manages to be great fun for the kids without neglecting the fans of the original (1969!) series. Alongside the fun, frights and frantic action are clever in-jokes and even a few hints at some rather adult goings on--Shaggy getting "toasted" in a smokey hippy-style camper van may explain why he's always so peckish. Throw in a surprise appearance from a love-to-hate familiar face, some Charlie's Angels-style wire work and a storming rap-rock soundtrack and this'll frighten the life out of the competition. If you're thinking of missing it--Scooby-Don't. On the DVD: Scooby-Doo is beautifully realised in this anamorphic widescreen transfer--the picture is crisp, the colour dazzling and the sound crystal-clear. The menu screen is entertainingly presented with plenty of extras to explore. Highlights include the "Daphne Fight Scene", the Outcast music video and the "making-of" short "Unmasking the Mystery", which features a rare appearance from an ancient Joseph Barbera and reveals the cast and crew to be a personable, fun-loving bunch. The real stand-out here, though, is the "Alternative Scenes" section. The dropped scenes--which include a superb cartoon intro sequence--really add an extra level of understanding to the film, and one suspects that it's only because of today's attention-span challenged audiences that some of the best bits ended up on the cutting-room floor. --Paul Eisinger

  • Mr Bean Vols 1 - 5 Mr Bean Vols 1 - 5 | DVD | (17/11/2008) from £89.99  |  Saving you £-55.00 (-157.20%)  |  RRP £34.99

    The complete collection of the classic TV series!

  • Mr Beans Holiday  [2007] Mr Beans Holiday | DVD | (06/09/2010) from £4.08  |  Saving you £15.91 (79.60%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Disaster has a passport! Mr. Bean returns but not for long as he goes on his travels to the south of France where mishap and mayhem begin by the end Bean even has his video diaries at the Cannes Film Festival.

  • Danny, The Champion Of The World / The Witches / Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory [DVD] Danny, The Champion Of The World / The Witches / Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory | DVD | (12/07/2010) from £6.89  |  Saving you £23.10 (77.00%)  |  RRP £29.99

    Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory (Dir. Mel Stuart 1971): It's everybody's non-pollutionary anti-institutionary pro-confectionery factory of fun! Thirty-five years after this merry movie charmed audiences with a colourful mix of song humour and life lessons the Candy Man still wields magic especially now in a vibrant new print with a soundtrack in true stereo. From the classic Roald Dahl story comes a lip-smacking delight with jolly tunes among them 'The Candy Man' and 'Pure Imagination'. With a golden ticket young Charlie Bucket (Peter Ostrum) wins a tour of the factory of wily mogul Wonka (Gene Wilder) and run by his Oompa-Loompa crew. There Charlie his Grandpa Joe (Jack Albertson) and others discover a kind heart is a finer possession than a sweet tooth. Don't let the tour leave without you! Danny Champion Of The World (Dir. Gavin Millar 1989): In a small English town a widowed father and his son own and operate a gas station that rests on land coveted by a local developer. They must fight to keep their land and retain the traditional values they have come to live by against harsh government inspectors who are privately in league with the developer. The Witches (Dir. Nicolas Roeg 1990): Saving the world from witches is a tall order for a boy they've turned into a mouse! Luke a young boy recently orphaned is brought to England by his grandmother. At a hotel in which they are staying a group of witches have gathered to prepare a plot to rid the world of all children!

  • Blackadder: Complete Series 4 (Blackadder Goes Forth) Blackadder: Complete Series 4 (Blackadder Goes Forth) | DVD | (22/10/2001) from £3.99  |  Saving you £16.00 (80.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    The final Blackadder series, which first appeared in 1990, was the most highly evolved of all of the Richard Curtis/Ben Elton-scripted excursions. Having contrived to attain the Crown at the end of the third series, Rowan Atkinson's Edmund Blackadder is now reduced to a mere Captaincy in the trenches during World War I, with these episodes finding him shooting messenger pigeons, grumbling about Charlie Chaplin and unscrupulously evading his patriotic duty to pile over the top and be slaughtered pointlessly. Hugh Laurie plays the upper class silly arse to the hilt while Baldrick, who has grown progressively more stupid throughout the four series, can barely muster the intelligence to move from the spot. Blackadder Goes Forth stoutly refused to the end to abandon its relish for broad, puerile scatological puns: "Captain Darling will pump you thoroughly in the debriefing room," growls Stephen Fry's General Melchett. However, Blackadder's cynicism is laced with genuine despair at the recent madness of World War I. The closing moments of the final episode, as Blackadder and co. finally receive their orders, are handled with sober poignancy and became a frequent fixture in Remembrance Day TV scheduling. --David Stubbs

  • Blackadder the Third (Remastered) [DVD] Blackadder the Third (Remastered) | DVD | (25/07/2011) from £2.69  |  Saving you £13.30 (83.20%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Rowan Atkinson's irredeemably wicked Edmund Blackadder has moved forward in time from the court of Queen Elizabeth but a little down the social ladder. He's now butler to Hugh Laurie's congenitally stupid Prince Regent on the cusp of the 18th and 19th centuries, and if that wasn't bad enough he's still accompanied by Tony Robinson's dim-witted Baldrick, whose cunning plans never fail to make an impossible situation worse. Blackadder's desperate scheming and utter contempt for all he surveys hasn't changed, nor have the baroque complexities of the situations in which he becomes embroiled: from an anachronistic war of words with Dr Johnson (Robbie Coltrane relishing every syllable) to taking on the Scarlet Pimpernel at his own game, to fighting a duel with a psychopathic Duke of Wellington, Edmund's luck never seems to change. Richard Curtis and Ben Elton's sharp scripts have more fun with the period setting than ever before, as contemporary literary archetypes from Samuel Johnson to Jane Austen are ripe for lampooning. Howard Goodall's theme tune is updated to a glorious classical pastiche, while the extravagant costumes of the times hardly need altering to achieve the desired effect. The comedy is so good it seemed this could never be bettered, until Blackadder Goes Forth that is. --Mark Walker

  • Blackadder - Complete Blackadder Blackadder - Complete Blackadder | DVD | (03/10/2005) from £24.99  |  Saving you £12.00 (20.00%)  |  RRP £59.99

    Like a skidmark through history the Edmund Blackadders left an indelible dirty stain on every era they passed through. No one knows where the notorious Blackadder family originated from - some say the shallow end of the gene pool others just nod and point to the cess-pit behind the pig-sheds. Every new era produces a more contemptuous Edmund Blackadder each incarnation bearing a striking resemblance to the last carrying forward the family traditions of cowardice treachery and po

  • Bean - The Ultimate Disaster Movie Bean - The Ultimate Disaster Movie | DVD | (24/12/2001) from £3.99  |  Saving you £12.00 (75.00%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Translating Rowan Atkinson's Mr Bean character from British television to the big screen takes a bit of a toll, but there are some hilarious sequences in this popular comedy. The eponymous Bean, a boy-man twit with a knack for getting into difficult binds (and then making them worse and worse and worse), is a London museum guard who is sent to Los Angeles in the company of the famous painting Whistler's Mother. He's mistaken as an art expert by the well-meaning curator (Peter MacNicol) of an LA museum, but Bean's famously eccentric behaviour soon causes the poor guy to almost lose his family and job. The insularity of Bean's TV world is sacrificed in this film, and that change diminishes some of the character's appeal. But Atkinson is a man naturally full of comedy, and he doesn't let his fans down. --Tom Keogh

  • The Lion King Trilogy The Lion King Trilogy | DVD | (28/06/2004) from £19.75  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £39.99

    The Lion King: Special Edition Disney's epic coming-of-age saga tells of the love between a proud lion ruler Mufasa and his son Simba - a naive and curious cub who just can't wait to be king. But Simba's envious Uncle Scar has other plans and his scheming for the throne leads to Simba's exile from the kingdom he should rightfully rule. Befriended by the hilarious warthog Pumbaa and his manic meerkat companion Timon Simba forgets his regal responsibilities and adopts a carefree lifestyle of Hakuna Matata. The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride Kiara Simba's playfully headstrong daughter and heir to the Pride Lands is on the prowl for adventure. Escaping her bumbling baby-sitters Timon and Pumbaa Kiara runs off to the Outlands which are strictly off limits. There she meets the mischievous Kovu - a young cub chosen to walk in Scar's paw prints. The rift between the Outlanders and Simba's pride deepens as Kiara and Kovu's feeling for each other grow. But will love find a way to bring their very different worlds together as one? The Lion King 3: Hakuna Matata Timon the meerkat and Pumbaa the warthog retell the story of The Lion King from their own unique perspective!

  • Rowan Atkinson Rowan Atkinson | DVD | (17/11/2008) from £11.95  |  Saving you £3.71 (20.60%)  |  RRP £17.99

    Rowan Atkinson filmed live on stage in Boston supported by Angus Deayton in the 'straight man role'. This is Rowan's first stand up comedy and features his much loved trademark visual comedy including sketches known from Mr Bean and was written by Richard Curtis.

  • Mr Bean - The Animated Series - Vol. 2 Mr Bean - The Animated Series - Vol. 2 | DVD | (06/09/2010) from £3.00  |  Saving you £11.99 (80.00%)  |  RRP £14.99

    A sturdy helping of animated adventures as Mr Bean bungles his way through one sticky situation after another! Featuring 8 disaster-laden episodes!

  • Never Say Never Again [DVD] Never Say Never Again | DVD | (15/04/2013) from £6.79  |  Saving you £3.20 (32.00%)  |  RRP £9.99

    Sean Connery is back for his final performance as agent James Bond in this high-velocity action thriller. This explosively entertaining 30th Anniversary Edition includes audio commentary and three featurettes! Agent 007 is hurled into a pulse-pounding race to save the world from Armageddon when two atomic warheads are hijacked by the evil Spectre organisation.

  • Mr Bean: Series 1, Volume 1 (20th Anniversary Edition) [DVD] Mr Bean: Series 1, Volume 1 (20th Anniversary Edition) | DVD | (06/09/2010) from £5.42  |  Saving you £4.57 (45.70%)  |  RRP £9.99

    The first five episodes of the Live TV Series of Mr Bean including: Mr. Bean The Return of Mr. Bean The Curse of Mr. Bean Mr. Bean Goes To Town The Trouble With Mr. Bean

  • Mr Bean - The Animated Series - Vol. 1 Mr Bean - The Animated Series - Vol. 1 | DVD | (06/09/2010) from £5.10  |  Saving you £9.89 (66.00%)  |  RRP £14.99

    The animated adventures of Mr Bean as he bungles his way through one sticky situation after another! Episodes comprise: 1. In The Wild 2. Missing Teddy 3. No Parking 4. Bean's Bounty 5. The Fly 6. Artful Bean 7. Mime Games 8. Spring Clean

  • Mr Bean: Merry Christmas Mr Bean [DVD] Mr Bean: Merry Christmas Mr Bean | DVD | (01/11/2010) from £3.00  |  Saving you £1.99 (39.90%)  |  RRP £4.99

    It is Christmas time and an excited Mr Bean creates his usual havoc across the festive season. He brings new meaning to dressing the TURKEY whilst his girlfriend Irma looks forward to a very special Christmas present...

  • Blackadder: Complete Series 2 (Blackadder II) Blackadder: Complete Series 2 (Blackadder II) | DVD | (13/11/2000) from £7.28  |  Saving you £12.71 (63.60%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Although now regarded as the opening salvo of a classic series, the original Blackadder series was not considered a great success, either among critics or many viewers, so a major rethink took place when it was recommissioned. On the writing front, future-Four Weddings And A Funeral scribe Richard Curtis was joined by Ben Elton, while the expensive War of the Roses-era sets were replaced by cosier Elizabethan ones. The most important change, however, was with Rowan Atkinson's eponymous character who, in the first series, had been a fairly weak-willed idiot but now emerged as the familiar Machiavellian fiend which would cement Atkinson's place in the pantheon of great British sitcom actors. Moreover, even if so many of the script's lines have been subsequently ripped off by lesser hands that it can't help but occasionally sound dated, the central performances of Atkinson, Tony Robinson (Baldrick), Tim McInnery (Lord Percy), Stephen Fry (Lord Melchett) and, of course, Miranda Richardson as the childishly psychotic Queen Elizabeth ("I love it when you get cross. Sometimes I think about having you executed just to see the expression on your face") remain note perfect. Yet the real pleasure for viewers may be in rediscovering the raft of excellent guest star performances--not least Tom "Doctor Who" Baker's berserk turn as a literally legless old sea dog given to guzzling his own urine long before the drinking water has run out. --Clark Collis

  • Mr Bean - The Ultimate Disaster Movie [Blu-ray] Mr Bean - The Ultimate Disaster Movie | Blu Ray | (18/10/2010) from £4.99  |  Saving you £15.00 (75.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    When the Royal National Gallery of London is asked to send their finest scholar to oversee the unveiling of Whistler's Mother in California they send their most inept and detested employee in a desperate attempt to get him out of their lives. That employee is Mr. Bean - the master of disaster!

  • Blackadder's Christmas Carol Blackadder's Christmas Carol | DVD | (18/11/2002) from £2.99  |  Saving you £8.00 (61.60%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Among the many films and TV shows which add a new twist to Charles Dickens' classic tale, Blackadder's Christmas Carol is the most ingenious. Made between Blackadder the Third (1987) and Blackadder Goes Forth (1989), the inspired concept is to recast the self-serving Edmund Blackadder (Rowan Atkinson) in Dickens' Scrooge role, but rather than a misanthropic miser make him the most kind-hearted man in England. Tony Robinson's Baldrick is as moronic as ever, while Robbie Coltrane plays the Spirit of Christmas like a forerunner to his Hagrid in the Harry Potter movies, showing Edmund visions of past and future to not quite the desired effect. Hugh Laurie returns as the Prince Regent from Blackadder the Third and the entire court from Blackadder II (1986) is reassembled for japes involving a merry seasonal death warrant. Miranda Richardson is outrageously capricious as Elizabeth I, then takes the character a stage further in a decadent space opera future which also sees Patsy (Nursie) Byrne as an android. Though not quite as laugh-out-loud funny as the regular Blackadder series this is an excellent Yuletide special. On the DVD: Blackadder's Christmas Carol offers nothing extra on DVD other than the inclusion of optional subtitles. The sound is mono but crystal clear and the 4:3 image is good considering the source material is a TV studio production shot on video. --Gary S Dalkin

  • Blackadder: Complete Series 1-4 Blackadder: Complete Series 1-4 | DVD | (12/11/2001) from £13.99  |  Saving you £28.00 (46.70%)  |  RRP £59.99

    Follow the progress of Rowan Atkinson's irredeemably wicked Edmund Blackadder throughout history in this complete box set of all four series--from the snivelling War of the Roses-era creep in the Shakespearean parody that was the first series, to his final and unexpectedly noble demise in the trenches of the First World War in Blackadder Goes Forth. In between, of course, we see Edmund at the court of giggly Queen Elizabeth I in Blackadder II, now transformed into the Machiavellian cad audiences came to love so well (thanks to a character overhaul from writing team Ben Elton and Richard Curtis and Rowan Atkinson’s note-perfect performance). Then in Blackadder III he's still scheming, but this time has moved a little down the social ladder as butler to the congenitally stupid Prince Regent on the cusp of the 18th and 19th centuries. In all four generations Blackadder is accompanied (or should that be hampered?) by his faithful yet terminally stupid servant Baldrick (Tony Robinson); and if that wasn't bad enough he also has to put up with the incompetence, pomposity and one-upmanship of a host of other contemporary hangers-on wonderfully played by regular costars Hugh Laurie, Tim McInnery, Stephen Fry, Miranda Richardson and Rik Mayall. Taken as a whole this sharp, cynical, occasionally satirical, toilet humour-obsessed and achingly funny saga deserves to stand alongside Fawlty Towers as one of the best ever British sitcoms. --Mark Walker

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