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  • Dead Man Down [Blu-ray] Dead Man Down | Blu Ray | (23/09/2013) from £2.52  |  Saving you £12.64 (70.30%)  |  RRP £17.99

    Victor (Colin Farrell) a rising gangland player has infiltrated the crime empire run by ruthless kingpin Alphonse (Terence Howard) with the single purpose of making him pay for destroying his once happy life. As he meticulously orchestrates his vengeance from his high-rise home he is watched from afar by a mysterious young woman (Noomi Raplace) who threatens to expose Victor unless he helps her carry out her own campaign of retribution.

  • Miami Vice (Colin Farrell and Jamie Foxx) Miami Vice (Colin Farrell and Jamie Foxx) | DVD | (27/11/2006) from £1.99  |  Saving you £17.75 (88.80%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Bearing absolutely no resemblance to the 1980s TV series that helped to propel Michael Mann into big-time filmmaking, Miami Vice is the kind of serious, and seriously stylish, crime drama that Mann does better than anyone else. As written by Mann himself, this undercover sting thriller doesn't reach the peak intensity of Mann's 1995 classic Heat, and it lacks the tight, nail-biting suspense of Collateral, but that doesn't mean it doesn't occasionally pack a wallop. As Miami detectives Sonny Crockett and Ricardo Tubbs (respectively), Colin Farrell and Jamie Foxx don't have to do much but mumble their plot-thickening dialogue and look ultra-cool in the casual cop attire, and their partnership is rather lifeless on screen (perhaps owing to the fact that this was a troubled production, with an actual shooting that occurred during filming, and Foxx's refusal to risk his life on dangerous locations in South America). But once Mann shifts into high gear with a plot to foil a powerful drug kingpin (Luis Tosar) and his ruthless middle-man (John Ortiz), Vice pays off with the kind of smart, realistic action that Mann's fans have come to expect. With Chinese superstar Gong Li as Crockett's love interest on the wrong side of the law, Miami Vice covers territory that's a little too familiar, and one suspects Mann's screenplay might've been punched up with a polish or two. Still, this is an above-average crime thriller that demands and rewards close attention, with a climactic shoot-out that's pure Mann, worthy of the brooding drama that precedes it. --Jeff Shannon

  • Terminator 2 - Judgment Day [Blu-ray] [1991] Terminator 2 - Judgment Day | Blu Ray | (01/06/2009) from £17.01  |  Saving you £7.98 (31.90%)  |  RRP £24.99

    The Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger) a cyborg sent back through time joins forces with Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton) a woman haunted by nightmares of mankind's inevitable nuclear destiny. Together they must protect her son John (Edward Furlong) - the boy destined to lead the freedom fighters of the future - from the deadliest machine ever created the liquid metal T-1000 (Robert Patrick).

  • Bad Boys 2 [2003] Bad Boys 2 | DVD | (23/02/2004) from £4.25  |  Saving you £19.62 (78.50%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Bad Boys II fulfils every audience expectation and then some: no-one goes to a movie directed by Michael Bay for delicacy and grace; you go because Bay (Armageddon, The Rock) knows how to make your bones rattle during a high-speed chase when a car flips over, spins through the air and smacks another car with a visceral crunch. Will Smith and Martin Lawrence may be mere puppets amid all this burning rubber and shrieking metal, but they actually provide a human core to the endless cascade of car wrecks and gunfights. Their easy rapport makes their personal problems--a running joke is Lawrence's attempts at anger management--as engaging as the sheer visual hullabaloo of bullets and explosions. The plot is recycled nonsense about drug lords and dead bodies being used to smuggle drugs, but the orchestration of violence is symphonic. If that's your thing, then this is for you. --Bret Fetzer

  • Collateral Damage [Blu-ray] [2002] Collateral Damage | Blu Ray | (27/04/2009) from £9.19  |  Saving you £10.80 (54.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    A firefighter (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is plunged into the complex and dangerous world of international terrorism after he loses his wife and child in a bombing. Frustrated by the government's stalled investigation and haunted by the thought that the man responsible for murdering his family might never be brought to justice he takes matters into his own hands and tracks the bomber to Columbia...

  • 3 Days To Kill [Blu-ray] 3 Days To Kill | Blu Ray | (20/10/2014) from £5.59  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Forced to retire from the CIA after being diagnosed with a terminal illness field agent Ethan Renner (Kevin Costner) is looking forward to spending more time with his daughter. However the agency is not done with Ethan when they offer him a life-saving cure in exchange for capturing a notorious terrorist. He reluctantly accepts but with the powerful and debilitating side effects of the drug taking hold it’s a race against time where the only option is kill or be killed.

  • Kingdom Of Heaven Director's Cut [2005] Kingdom Of Heaven Director's Cut | DVD | (25/09/2006) from £23.48  |  Saving you £6.51 (21.70%)  |  RRP £29.99

    This is the version that die hard Ridley Scott fans have been waiting for an extra 40 minutes of expanded storyline that sheds more light on the motivations of key characters such as the King of Jerusalem (Edward Norton) Sibylla (Eva Green) Godfrey (Liam Neeson) and Balian (Orlando Bloom). An epic film set in Europe and the Middle East Kingdom Of Heaven follows one man's struggle to better himself and the world around him. Orlando Bloom stars as Balian a French blacksmith

  • The Hunted [2003] The Hunted | DVD | (06/10/2003) from £2.97  |  Saving you £7.51 (53.70%)  |  RRP £13.99

    William Friedkin's taut direction highlights The Hunted, a bloodsport thriller that works best without dialogue. It's a prime vehicle for co-stars Tommy Lee Jones and Benicio Del Toro, whose rugged screen personas are perfectly matched in a manhunt between a military assassin and the man who trained him to kill. Traumatised by atrocities in Kosovo four years earlier (the site of an action-packed prologue), Hallam (Del Toro) is seemingly psychotic and now killing in the forests of Oregon; Bonham (Jones) is lured out of retirement by a tenacious FBI agent (Connie Nielsen) to end Hallam's murder spree. The hackneyed plot is derivative to a fault (no surprise from the screenwriters of Collateral Damage), and the whole movie's a foregone conclusion, but Friedkin inspires fine work from his well-trained stars while exploring the ambiguity of Hallam's character. Lushly photographed by Caleb Deschanel, The Hunted is a survivalist's dream, militarily authentic and most effective when its primal instincts are cinematically expressed. --Jeff Shannon

  • The Contract [1999] The Contract | DVD | (10/09/2007) from £3.99  |  Saving you £12.00 (75.00%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Ray Keene (Cusack) a father who wants to redeem himself in the eyes of his son is trying to bring Cordell (Freeman) a world-class assassin to justice. All the while he must protect his son and evade an assassin's team who are methodically hunting them down in the wilderness.

  • Run All Night [DVD] [2015] Run All Night | DVD | (10/08/2015) from £4.49  |  Saving you £15.50 (77.50%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Brooklyn mobster and prolific hit man Jimmy Conlon (Neeson) once known as The Gravedigger has seen better days. Longtime best friend of mob boss Shawn Maguire (Harris) Jimmy now 55 is haunted by the sins of his past—as well as a dogged police detective (Vincent D’Onofrio) who’s been one step behind Jimmy for 30 years. Lately it seems Jimmy’s only solace can be found at the bottom of a whiskey glass. But when Jimmy’s estranged son Mike (Joel Kinnaman) becomes a target Jimmy must make a choice between the crime family he chose and the real family he abandoned long ago. With Mike on the run Jimmy’s only penance for his past mistakes may be to keep his son from the same fate Jimmy is certain he’ll face himself…at the wrong end of a gun. Now with nowhere safe to turn Jimmy just has one night to figure out exactly where his loyalties lie and to see if he can finally make things right.

  • Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence | DVD | (27/02/2006) from £3.98  |  Saving you £20.43 (65.90%)  |  RRP £30.99

    The first ever anime film to be nominated for the Cannes International Film Festival's highly prestigious Palme D'Or Ghost In The Shell 2: Innocence is a breathtaking technical and visual achievement four years in the making. A work that is as equally groundbreaking as its predecessor it seamlessly combines 2-D and 3-D CG animation techniques to produce an action-packed sci-fi fable of a solitary cyborg struggling to retain what's left of his humanity in a world where

  • Troll Hunter [Blu-ray] Troll Hunter | Blu Ray | (09/01/2012) from £5.39  |  Saving you £12.60 (70.00%)  |  RRP £17.99

    The Norwegian comedy-fantasy Troll Hunter, a surprise art-house hit across the globe, posits an intriguing question--what if monsters of folklore and popular culture existed, but were kept hidden by the government?--and delivers the results in a clever, faux-documentary format that underscores both the special effects and the satire. Controversial comedian Otto Jespersen is the title character, a world-weary, working-class stiff assigned by a bureaucratic agency to track and eliminate dangerous trolls from the Scandinavian countryside. The lack of respect and notoriety afforded by his job convinces Jespersen to allow a naive collegiate film crew to follow him on his hunts, which nicely balance quirky humour with genuine moments of suspense and some impressive CGI special effects for the trolls. Genre fans' appreciation for the "shaky-cam" subgenre (The Blair Witch Project, [REC], Cloverfield) will undoubtedly affect how they feel about Troll Hunter--the film's light comedy will certainly be lost on those unwilling to either believe or tolerate the idea of another film comprised of "found footage." But more forgiving viewers will be thankful for the rather seamless incorporation of the CGI trolls, all imaginatively rendered as part fairy-tale image and part biological specimen, into live-action scenes, as well as the dryly humourous satire of government "special projects." Pacing is also occasionally an issue--though beautiful, the Norwegian landscape receives far too much coverage--but for the patient, Troll Hunter is a unique and clever experience. --Paul Gaita

  • The Last Stand [Blu-ray] [2013] The Last Stand | Blu Ray | (27/05/2013) from £3.59  |  Saving you £18.40 (83.70%)  |  RRP £21.99

    Any movie that heralds the return of Arnold Schwarzenegger to movie star action hero-dom after his foray into politics was going to bear the dubious honor of being auspicious. For better or worse, The Last Stand takes that honor right down the middle of the road, being neither overly ambitious nor groaningly silly in letting this 66-year-old man mug, grunt, punch, and shoot his way back into our hearts and minds as the Ah-nold screen character for which we had such affection.Schwarzenegger plays Ray Owens, the sheriff of a tiny Arizona border burg who likes the peace and calm of his job and his townsfolk friends. When the FBI informs him that an escaped Mexican drug kingpin is barreling straight toward all that calm in a supercharged custom car, he sighs and saddles up, locking and loading with his wacky friends and deputies by his side for the inevitable stand. In fact, one might well call it a last stand. There are very few surprises in how it's all going to play out, right down to the bone-crunching mano a mano fistfight between Ray and the kingpin (Eduardo Noriega) on a makeshift bridge over the border. Ray has a history as a savvy big city cop, and he smells and foresees all the trouble coming his way, even though no one expects him to do much in the way of making any kind of last stand. That includes Forest Whitaker as the flummoxed FBI agent whose screwup sets the stage for the bloody showdown. Others who are surprised at Ray's chutzpah and ingenuity are Peter Stormare (sporting cowboy boots and a weirdly drawling accent) as the kingpin's sadistic lieutenant, and Luis Guzmán as Ray's bumbling sidekick, who unexpectedly pulls out all his stops at just the right moment. Also on hand is Johnny Knoxville as another town weirdo who happens to own an arsenal of antiquated weaponry that's drafted into action for the fiery climax. Like most of the cast--Schwarzenegger included--these guys are pretty much playing it for laughs even though the body count is exceedingly high among the gangs of henchmen and lawmen alike. The violence is also exceptionally gruesome, whether caused by vehicles, firearms, knives, explosions, or fisticuffs, with loving, lingering shots of spouting blood and severed body parts that were clearly designed to prompt cheerfully vocal responses from the audience. This is the first American film directed by Kim Jee-woon, one of the top names from a booming contemporary South Korean cinema machine, and he has brought an outsider's sensibility and stylistic flourish along with the gory details. People who care about such things might have hoped for a little more auspiciousness from him than Ah-nold's comeback (if it turns out to be that). Otherwise The Last Stand is pretty much exactly what most people would expect from such a thing, and there's certainly nothing wrong with that. --Ted Fry

  • Gladiator - Special Edition (2000) Gladiator - Special Edition (2000) | DVD | (12/09/2005) from £5.99  |  Saving you £13.17 (65.90%)  |  RRP £19.99

    What We Do In Life Echoes In Eternity. Winner of 5 Academy Awards statuettes including Best Picture and Best Actor; Gladiator receives the 'Extended Special Edition' treatment. Personally overseen by director Ridley Scott this 3-disc edition is loaded with new bonus materials and features 17 minutes of additional footage not shown in cinemas. This is the ultimate Gladiatorial experience! The great Roman General Maximus (Russell Crowe) has once again led the le

  • The Cold Light of Day [DVD] The Cold Light of Day | DVD | (10/09/2012) from £3.89  |  Saving you £12.10 (75.70%)  |  RRP £15.99

    When Will Shaw (Henry Cavill) arrives in Spain for a weeklong sailing vacation with his family, the stressed young businessman is not in a holiday mood. His startup company is in trouble and his tense relationship with his disciplinarian father Martin (Bruce Willis) only makes matters worse. But when the family is kidnapped by what turns out to be intelligence agents hell-bent on recovering a mysterious briefcase, Will suddenly finds himself on the run.

  • The Imposter [DVD] The Imposter | DVD | (07/01/2013) from £3.99  |  Saving you £12.00 (75.00%)  |  RRP £15.99

    A documentary centered on a young Frenchman who convinces a grieving Texas family that he is their 16-year-old son who went missing for 3 years.

  • How I Spent My Summer Vacation [DVD] How I Spent My Summer Vacation | DVD | (24/09/2012) from £3.44  |  Saving you £16.55 (82.80%)  |  RRP £19.99

    It's been a bad day for Driver (Mel Gibson) and it's not getting any better. He just made a big haul of millions that would give him a nice summer vacation on easy street. A good idea that went south - literally. During a high-speed car chase with the US Border Patrol, and a bleeding body in his back seat, Driver flips his car smashing through the border wall, tumbling violently, coming to a stop... in Mexico. Apprehended by the Mexican authorities, he is sent to a hard-core prison where he enters the strange and dangerous world of El Pueblito, the worst prison in all of Mexico. Not an easy place for an outsider such as Driver to survive, unless it's with the help of someone who knows the ropes - a 10 year-old kid.

  • The Book Of Eli [Blu-ray] [2009] The Book Of Eli | Blu Ray | (31/05/2010) from £5.39  |  Saving you £19.60 (78.40%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Some will kill to have it. He will kill to protect it. A lone hero must fight his way across the wasteland of a post-apocalyptic America to protect a sacred book that holds the key to saving the future of humanity.

  • Bad Boys [1995] Bad Boys | DVD | (15/01/2001) from £2.38  |  Saving you £16.80 (84.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Slick to a fault, this glossy action flick takes place in sunny Florida, where Martin Lawrence and Will Smith play two cops--one married with kids, the other a swinging bachelor. The two are forced to trade places to foil criminal mastermind Fouchet (Tchéky Karyo) who has stolen $100 million worth of heroin from a police lockup. Violent, illogical and filled with wall-to-wall profanity, Bad Boys was the last film produced by the hit-making team of Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer before Simpson's untimely death and marked the directorial debut of Michael Bay who followed up with The Rock. Bad Boys will be of interest to action buffs and fans of Téa Leoni, who makes one of her early screen appearances in the central supporting role. --Jeff Shannon

  • The Matrix Reloaded [2003] The Matrix Reloaded | DVD | (10/10/2003) from £3.37  |  Saving you £9.01 (64.40%)  |  RRP £13.99

    The Matrix Reloaded delivers added amounts of everything that the first film had, with the exception of surprises. We see more of the "real world" in the "last human city" of Zion and we go back to the 1999-look urban virtual reality of the Matrix for more encounters with artificially-intelligent baddies and--the real reason you've turned up--a lot more martial arts superheroics. The downside is that this is just part one of a two-pack of sequels, with Revolutions required to tie up the story and sort out a great deal of plot confusion. There are other problems: none of the stars have much good material to work with outside the fights and stunts, which makes the film sorely miss the mix of science fiction thrills and character interplay of the original instalment. However, the Wachowski Brothers still deliver more than enough stand-alone instant classic action sequences to make you ignore their duff script: in particular, Reeves and Hugo Weaving square off in a rumble that gets dicey, as more and more identical Weavings come out of the woodwork to pile on the lone hero; and a full quarter of an hour is devoted to a chase through the Matrix that lets Laurence Fishburne shoulder the heroic business. A last-reel encounter with a virtual God, the architect of the Matrix, finally delivers some major plot advances, but the scene is so brilliantly shot and designed--with Reeves framed against a wall of TV screens that show multiple versions of himself--that it's easy to be distracted by the decor and miss the point of what's being said. --Kim Newman On the DVD: The Matrix Reloaded two-disc set amazingly has very little in-depth stuff on this physically impressive movie; there's not even a commentary track. Perhaps the Wachowski Brothers want to keep their enigmatic aura, or perhaps there's a better DVD coming after the trilogy ends? Best here is the 30-minute feature on the incredible freeway chase: here you get the inside scoop on how the titanic 12-minute sequence was put together. There's plenty of material on the second disc, but it's just filler, with the actors talking about how great it is to work again with the Matrix team and plenty of quick edits of explosions and other "cool" things. There's a segment on product placement, 30 minutes on how the video game was created and the MTV Movie Awards parody. The features feel more like pre-movie hype than post-film deconstruction. Dolby 5.1 sound is suitably spectacular--but there's no DTS option--and the super-wide 2.40:1 picture is, of course, pin-sharp, bringing out all the lavish detail and highlighting the contrast between the green-hued Matrix and the grimy grey real world. --Doug Thomas

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