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  • The Bourne Ultimatum [2007] The Bourne Ultimatum | DVD | (10/12/2007) from £2.18  |  Saving you £15.26 (76.30%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Bourne races to discover the final mysteries of his past while a government agent tries to track him down after a shootout in Moscow.

  • Robocop [DVD] [2014] Robocop | DVD | (09/06/2014) from £3.59  |  Saving you £16.40 (82.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    In RoboCop the year is 2028 and multinational conglomerate OmniCorp is at the centre of robot technology. Overseas their drones have been used by the military for years – and it’s meant billions for OmniCorp’s bottom line. Now OmniCorp wants to bring their controversial technology to the home front and they see a golden opportunity to do it. When Alex Murphy (Joel Kinnaman) – a loving husband father and good cop doing his best to stem the tide of crime and corruption in Detroit – is critically injured in the line of duty OmniCorp sees their chance for a part-man part-robot police officer. OmniCorp envisions a RoboCop in every city and even more billions for their shareholders but they never counted on one thing: there is still a man inside the machine pursuing justice.

  • The Darkest Hour (DVD + Digital Copy) The Darkest Hour (DVD + Digital Copy) | DVD | (21/05/2012) from £1.75  |  Saving you £18.24 (91.20%)  |  RRP £19.99

    The Darkest Hour follows five young people who find themselves stranded in Moscow, following an unexplained global disaster and fighting to survive in the wake of a devastating alien attack...This 3D sci-fi thriller highlights the classic beauty of Moscow alongside mind-blowing special effects from the genius of legendary film-maker Timur Bekmanbetov (Wanted and Night Watch. Se how those left behind fought the enemy and survived the aftermath with never before seen stories of survival!

  • Batman Begins [Blu-ray] [2005] Batman Begins | Blu Ray | (14/07/2008) from £7.89  |  Saving you £15.10 (65.70%)  |  RRP £22.99

    In the wake of his parents' murder disillusioned industrial heir Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) travels the world seeking the means to fight injustice and turn fear against those who prey on the fearful. He returns to Gotham and with the help of trusted butler Alfred (a scene-stealing Michael Caine) unveils his alter-ego: Batman is a masked crusader who will use strength intellect and an array of high tech deceptions to fight the sinister forces that threaten the city... Director Christopher Nolan deliberately exorcises the camp and grand guignol of the previous movies and TV series. This is truly a gritty and brooding exploration of the beginnings of the Dark Knight a faithful vision of Bob Kane's anti-hero from DC Comics.

  • G.I. Joe - The Rise Of Cobra [Blu-ray] [2009] G.I. Joe - The Rise Of Cobra | Blu Ray | (07/12/2009) from £4.77  |  Saving you £21.23 (78.70%)  |  RRP £26.99

    The premise of this fantasy is the story of an elite unit comprised of special operatives known as G.I. Joe or the Global Integrated Joint Operating Entity. Headed by General Hawk (Dennis Quaid) and led by Duke (Channing Tatum) G.I. Joe use hi-tech equipment to battle Cobra an evil organization headed by a double-crossing Scottish arms dealer Destro (Christopher Eccleston).

  • Hellboy 2 (Single Disc) Hellboy 2 (Single Disc) | DVD | (01/10/2012) from £2.34  |  Saving you £8.65 (78.70%)  |  RRP £10.99

    With a signature blend of action humour and character-based spectacle the saga of the world's toughest kitten-loving hero from Hell continues to unfold in Hellboy 2: The Golden Army. Bigger muscle badder weapons and more ungodly villains arrive in an epic vision of imagination from Oscar nominated director Guillermo del Toro (Pan's Labyrinth Hellboy). After an ancient truce existing between humankind and the invisible realm of the fantastic is broken hell on Earth is ready to erupt. A ruthless leader who treads the world above and the one below defies his bloodline and awakens an unstoppable army of creatures. Now it's up to the planet's toughest roughest superhero to battle the merciless dictator and his marauders. He may be red. He may be horned. He may be misunderstood. But when you need the job done right it's time to call in Hellboy!

  • Pirates Of The Caribbean - Dead Man's Chest [Blu-ray] [2006] Pirates Of The Caribbean - Dead Man's Chest | Blu Ray | (11/06/2007) from £5.95  |  Saving you £16.55 (69.00%)  |  RRP £23.99

    Captain Jack Is Back! Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) is mortified to discover he owes a blood debt to the legendary Davey Jones captain of the ghostly Flying Dutchman. With time running out Jack must find a way out of his debt or else be doomed to eternal damnation. And as if this weren't enough his problems prompt the cancellation of the wedding plans of a certain Will Turner (Orlando Bloom) and Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley) who are forced to join Jack on another maritime misadventure!

  • The Losers [Blu-ray] The Losers | Blu Ray | (11/10/2010) from £10.30  |  Saving you £13.69 (57.10%)  |  RRP £23.99

    The long-awaited big-screen adaptation of the graphic novel of the same name follows a former Special Forces team in the 90s 'The Losers'. Betrayed by their handler Max and left for dead following the conclusion of their operation the team are intent on revenge. Eager for the opportunity to remove their names from a secret CIA death list the Losers regroup and conduct covert operations against the CIA and its interests uncovering startling operations spearheaded by the enigmatic Max whose influence within the CIA and US government is unparalleled.

  • Independence Day [Blu-ray] [1996] Independence Day | Blu Ray | (24/12/2007) from £6.08  |  Saving you £13.91 (69.60%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Directed by Roland Emmerich Independence Day delivers the ultimate encounter when mysterious and powerful aliens launch an all-out invasion against the human race. The spectacle begins when massive spaceships appear in Earth's skies. But wonder turns to terror as the ships blast destructive beams of fire down on cities all over the planet. Now the world's only hope lies with a determined band of survivors uniting for one last strike against the invaders - before it's the end of mankind.

  • U-571 [2000] U-571 | DVD | (22/01/2001) from £4.20  |  Saving you £15.74 (78.70%)  |  RRP £19.99

    If you've never seen a submarine drama before, then U-571 will probably make a good impression as a tautly choreographed piece of entertainment. A strong cast led by Matthew McConaughey's sympathetic Lt. Tyler undertakes a perilous mission to seize a German Enigma machine, and encounter many dangers along the way. For anyone who has seen any other submarine movie, however, U-571 quickly turns into a succession of genre clichés: there's the depth-charge dropping scene, the diving so deep the reading goes off the scale scene, the near-mutinous tension among the crew, the sacrificial lamb who must save the day, the one torpedo left in the tube, assorted pipes bursting, and so on. The formula is set up by Bill Paxton's hard-nosed Captain, who tells Tyler what he must be prepared to do if he ever has his own command: a series of prophecies that, of course, all come true before long. From then on it's predictable action all the way. Where U-571 scores highly is in its wealth of period detail: every cog and lever that operates the U-boat is dwelt upon lovingly. It looks and feels completely authentic. The central historical inaccuracy, that the first naval Enigma machine was in fact captured by a British ship, is apologetically mentioned in the end credits. The movie makes no claim to be a true story, admittedly, but other fictional dramas have dealt with the same subject more effectively. Try the magnificent Das Boot, for example, then The Cruel Sea, after which U-571 will seem very unambitious indeed. --Mark Walker On the DVD: The director himself interviews two naval officers, one American and one British. The British officer is Lt. Commander David Balme, the very man who captured the first naval Enigma machine from U-110 in 1941; the American is the movie's technical adviser, Vice Admiral Patrick Hannifin. The Enigma machine itself is described briefly by an American cryptologist. There's also an old American documentary short about the 1944 capture of the U-505 in the Pacific and a "making of" featurette. The director provides a detailed commentary. --Mark Walker

  • S.W.A.T [2003] S.W.A.T | DVD | (26/04/2004) from £5.00  |  Saving you £14.69 (73.50%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Samuel L Jackson and Colin Farrell swagger through S.W.A.T., a guns-and-big-trucks macho extravaganza based on the 1970s TV show of the same name, in which police teams are brought in to take care of extremely dangerous situations. Jackson plays a sergeant brought out of retirement to form a new squad, which includes rebellious Farrell and tough babe Michelle Rodriguez. After a lot of training and head-butting with a smarmy police captain, the squad gets assigned to transfer the head of a European crime cartel (Olivier Martinez) who's declared on television that he'll give $100 million to anyone who gets him out. Every scumbag in Los Angeles descends to claim the money, turning a routine transfer into a bullet-filled gauntlet. Despite some gaps in logic and a generic flavour, S.W.A.T. will satisfy most action-movie junkies. --Bret Fetzer

  • Batman Begins - 1 Disc Edition [2005] Batman Begins - 1 Disc Edition | DVD | (23/01/2006) from £2.48  |  Saving you £6.11 (55.60%)  |  RRP £10.99

    Batman Begins discards the previous four films in the series and recasts the Caped Crusader as a fearsome avenging angel. That's good news, because the series, which had gotten off to a rousing start under Tim Burton, had gradually dissolved into self-parody by 1997's Batman & Robin. As the title implies, Batman Begins tells the story anew, when Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) flees Western civilization following the murder of his parents. He is taken in by a mysterious instructor named Ducard (Liam Neeson in another mentor role) and urged to become a ninja in the League of Shadows, but he instead returns to his native Gotham City resolved to end the mob rule that is strangling it. But are there forces even more sinister at hand? Co-written by the team of David S. Goyer (a veteran comic book writer) and director Christopher Nolan (Memento), Batman Begins is a welcome return to the grim and gritty version of the Dark Knight, owing a great debt to the graphic novels that preceded it. It doesn't have the razzle dazzle, or the mass appeal, of Spider-Man 2 (though the Batmobile is cool), and retelling the origin means it starts slowly, like most "first" superhero movies. But it's certainly the best Bat-film since Burton's original, and one of the best superhero movies of its time. Bale cuts a good figure as Batman, intense and dangerous but with some of the lightheartedness Michael Keaton brought to the character. Michael Caine provides much of the film's humor as the family butler, Alfred, and as the love interest, Katie Holmes (Dawson's Creek) is surprisingly believable in her first adult role. Also featuring Gary Oldman as the young police officer Jim Gordon, Morgan Freeman as a Q-like gadgets expert, and Cillian Murphy as the vile Jonathan Crane. --David Horiuchi, Amazon.com

  • Rise of the Planet of the Apes (DVD + Digital Copy) Rise of the Planet of the Apes (DVD + Digital Copy) | DVD | (12/12/2011) from £2.09  |  Saving you £17.90 (89.50%)  |  RRP £19.99

    A galaxy's worth of nihilism buried under a 70s Velveeta topping, The Planet of the Apes series stands today as a dark marvel of pop cinema, a group of wildly variable films that combine to form a giant inescapable kiss-off to the human race. (That said message was able to withstand such distractions as ever-cheapening makeup and Charlton Heston loudly pounding sand makes its achievements even more impressive, really.) Boasting a keen awareness of its predecessors' particular charms and a gem of a central CGI performance by Andy Serkis, Rise of the Planet of the Apes makes for a rather miraculous summer movie: a big-budget special effects extravaganza that also delivers a killer backhand. Sort of redoing 1972's Conquest of the Planet of the Apes, the film follows the events set in motion when a bereaved scientist (James Franco) attempts to create a cure for Alzheimer's, resulting in a supernaturally intelligent chimp named Caesar. The old bit about science tampering in God's domain quickly applies. Director Rupert Wyatt (The Escapist) displays an admirable sense of pacing, deftly levying the escalating action scenes with small character moments from the likes of John Lithgow and Brian Cox. That said, the film belongs to Caesar, whose path from wide-eyed innocent to reluctant revolutionary generates the ironic pulp empathy that gave the original series such a kick. Watching the climactic confrontation on the Golden Gate Bridge, it's distressingly easy to figure out which side to root for. Chuck Heston would no doubt grit his teeth in approval. Note: Those skeptical that this revamp could wholly retain the original's doomy backbeat would do well to stick around during the end credits. --Andrew Wright

  • Bond Remastered - Die Another Day (1-disc) [2002] Bond Remastered - Die Another Day (1-disc) | DVD | (12/03/2007) from £2.98  |  Saving you £5.80 (58.10%)  |  RRP £9.99

    This was to be Pierce Brosnan's final outing as 007 and what a great Bond he was too! James Bond's newest mission begins with a spectacular high-speed hovercraft chase through a minefield in the demilitarized zone separating North and South Korea - and the action doesn't let up until the credits roll. From Hong Kong to Cuba to London Bond circles the world in his quest to unmask a traitor and prevent a war of catastrophic proportions. On his way he crosses paths with Jinx (Oscar -winner Halle Berry) and Miranda Frost (Rosamund Pike) who will play vital roles in his latest adventure. Hot on the trail of deadly megalomaniac Gustav Graves (Toby Stephens) and his ruthless right-hand man Zao (Rick Yune) Bond travels to Iceland into the villain's lair: a palace built entirely of ice. There he experiences firsthand the power of a new hi-tech weapon. Ultimately it all leads to an explosive confrontation - and an unforgettable conclusion - back in Korea where it all started.

  • Dungeons And Dragons [2001] Dungeons And Dragons | DVD | (13/08/2001) from £2.34  |  Saving you £17.65 (88.30%)  |  RRP £19.99

    A sword and sorcery fantasy, Dungeons and Dragons the film is based on the role-playing game first introduced in the 1970s. It delivers some of the same kind of fantasy and fun the game offered, as its youthful heroes journey through a magical kingdom battling with the forces of evil. One or two scenes (such as someone having their brain sucked out by a nasty thing with tentacles) might upset very young children. But many of the special effects look tame compared to state-of-the-art films like The Matrix (the dragons in particular are rather wimpish), and though you do need full-blooded acting for this sort of thing, Jeremy Irons goes way over the top as the wicked wizard Profion. Marlon Wayans is supposed to provide some street-wise comedy, but is simply annoying. If you enjoyed playing the game you might like this, but there's a lot of competition in the fantasy film genre these days, and Dungeons and Dragons isn't really up to it. --Ed Buscombe On the DVD: This one disc is packed full of extra features. The film and special effects are breathtaking in needle-sharp Widescreen (1.85:1) Anamorphic transfer. As for the soundtrack, you haven't heard a dragon roar until you hear it in Dolby 5.1 or 2.0 Surround. The director Courtney Solomon, Justin Whalin who plays the hero Ridley, and the Dungeons and Dragons game co-creator Dave Arneson, offer one commentary track, which is a bit inane and doesn't really add anything to the film. However, the second commentary with Solomon, Arneson and cinematographer Doug Milsome is much more intelligent and offers some great info about the filming of specific scenes. Along with the UK trailer, there are two special features--a 20-minute "Making of" featurette, with some entertaining stuff about how Solomon secured the rights to the D&D universe and the creation of the special effects, CGI, costumes and make-up and a 14-minute special feature on the legacy of Dungeons and Dragons. There are 12 deleted scenes, most of which are pretty near completion (save a few blue screens here and there) and the more adrenalin-pumped scenes are broken down in stages to show how the SFX were created. For those who have seen the film and want to play the game, on the DVD-ROM there is also a playable demo of Black Isle's computer game sequel, Shadows of Amn. --Kristen Bowditch

  • Elektra [Blu-ray] [2005] Elektra | Blu Ray | (19/10/2009) from £8.45  |  Saving you £11.54 (57.70%)  |  RRP £19.99

    From the pages of Marvel Comics creator of X-Men and Spider-Man comes Elektra. In the ultimate battle between good and evil stands a warrior who makes the choice that tips the balance... Elektra (Garner) is a strong mysterious and sexy action heroine; a lethal synthesis of grace and power. Not long after recovering from seemingly mortal wounds Elektra has severed all ties with the world living only for her next assignment. But in an unexpected turn of events she is forced to make a decision that can take her life in a new direction or destroy her...

  • Taxi 2 [2001] Taxi 2 | DVD | (14/04/2003) from £2.76  |  Saving you £1.17 (19.50%)  |  RRP £5.99

    Why change a winning formula? On the surface Taxi 2 appears to have been re-purposed from the original high-octane movie, so that a guaranteed hit is assured. There are certainly enough stunts, punches and one-liners sprinkled here and there for good measure. It isn't, however, a simple sequel. True, it gets as close to a carbon copy of the original as possible, but the pace is oh so much faster. Set in Paris on Bastille Day the leading characters are chased by Ninjas, which allows the inclusion of karate action and Jackie-Chan-style moves into the pace of the film. On the DVD: The disc boasts superb DTS sound, transforming your living room into a Peugeot dealer's idea of heaven, as well as a formidable Dolby Digital 5.1 sound that's as sleek as a freshly polished 406. The image is clean and perfectly transferred. Regrettably there is a distinct lack of bonus features; only a "Making of" featurette, basic filmographies, interviews and two hidden Easter eggs are included here.--Alex Fréau, Amazon.fr

  • The Day After Tomorrow - Two Disc Edition [2004] The Day After Tomorrow - Two Disc Edition | DVD | (18/10/2004) from £3.99  |  Saving you £21.00 (84.00%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Supreme silliness doesn't stop The Day After Tomorrow from being lots of fun for connoisseurs of epic-scale disaster flicks. After the blockbuster profits of Independence Day and Godzilla, you can't blame director Roland Emmerich for using global warming as a politically correct excuse for destroying most of the northern hemisphere. Like most of Emmerich's films, this one emphasises special effects over such lesser priorities as well-drawn characters and plausible plotting, and his dialogue (cowritten by Jeffrey Nachmanoff) is so laughably trite that it could be entirely eliminated without harming the movie. It's the spectacle that's important here, not the lame, recycled plot about father and son (Dennis Quaid, Jake Gyllenhaal) who endure an end-of-the-world scenario caused by the effects of global warming. So sit back, relax and enjoy the awesome visions of tornado-ravaged Los Angeles, blizzards in New Delhi, Japan pummelled by grapefruit-sized hailstones, and Manhattan flooded by swelling oceans and then frozen by the onset of a modern ice age. It's all wildly impressive, and Emmerich obviously doesn't care if the science is flimsy, so why should you? --Jeff Shannon

  • Hollywood Homicide [2003] Hollywood Homicide | DVD | (26/01/2004) from £3.15  |  Saving you £16.84 (84.20%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Harrison Ford lends his solid, perpetually disgruntled presence to Hollywood Homicide, an action-comedy in which he's paired with the squinty eyes and peaches-and-cream complexion of Josh Hartnett. Radical French filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard would appreciate this complete deconstruction of the buddy-cop flick genre; basic cinematic elements (mismatched partners, a hard-ass superior riding them, arguments about who's going to drive, arguments about intuition vs diligent detective work, the bad cop who killed Hartnett's father, etc) have been scrambled and slapped together with no concern for coherence, making clear their innately artificial nature. Sex scenes and car chases come out of nowhere and disappear without consequence, providing arbitrary visual stimulus. During shoot-outs, it's impossible to tell who got killed or why, underscoring a basic doubt about the purpose of making movies like Hollywood Homicide. It's rare for a mainstream movie to be so daringly (albeit accidentally) avant-garde. --Bret Fetzer

  • Battle: Los Angeles [DVD] Battle: Los Angeles | DVD | (11/07/2011) from £4.64  |  Saving you £15.07 (75.40%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Witness the end of civilization unfold as hostile alien invaders attack the planet. As people everywhere watch the world’s great cities fall, Los Angeles becomes the last stand for mankind in a battle no one expected. Now it's up to a Marine staff sergeant (Aaron Eckhart) and his platoon to draw a line in the sand as they take on an enemy unlike any they’ve ever encountered in this epic sci-fi action film.

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