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Coraline - 2 Disc Limited Edition (Includes 3D Version and 4 Pairs of 3D Glasses) | DVD | (12/10/2009)
from £5.76 | Saving you £14.00 (70.00%) | RRP
Tarzan | Blu Ray | (25/08/2014)
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In a remote part of Africa entrepreneur John Greystoke and his wife are killed in a helicopter crash leaving their young son to fend for himself. A group of gorillas discover the boy in the wreckage and take him in as their own where he soon adopts a new name - Tarzan. Tarzan grows up learning the harsh laws of the jungle for nearly a decade until he encounters another human being - the young and beautiful Jane Porter. It is love at first sight but things become dangerous when a ruthless businessman who has travelled to Africa with Jane reveals his true and sinister intentions. Facing deadly challenges from man and beast Tarzan must use his jungle instincts and human intellect to save his home and the woman he loves.
Dinosaur | Blu Ray | (07/05/2007)
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Discover an amazing blend of filmmaking technology and brilliant storytelling that only Disney could bring to you. Dinosaur is the remarkable action-packed story of dinosaurs who must face the challenge of their lives. Along the way they learn that with courage hope and loyalty they can triumph over the greatest of obstacles. Journey back in time 65 million years when dinosaurs roamed the earth and meet Aladar an iguanadon accidentally separated from his own species while still inside the egg. Luckily he hatches into the loving care of a clan of lemurs including the wisecracking Zini and the compassionate Plio. But when a devastating meteor shower strikes the earth their home is destroyed and Aladar and his new family must join a group of dinosaurs on a treacherous journey to the safety of the nesting grounds. A special effects phenomenon Dinosaur blends live-action photography and computer-generated animation in a jaw-dropping thrilling story that the whole family will love.
Ratatouille | Blu Ray | (21/07/2014)
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One key point: if you can get over the natural gag reflex of seeing hundreds of rodents swarming over a restaurant kitchen, you will be free to enjoy the glory of Ratatouille, a delectable Pixar hit. Our hero is Remy, a French rat (voiced by Patton Oswalt) with a cultivated palate, who rises from his humble beginnings to become head chef at a Paris restaurant. How this happens is the stuff of Pixar magic, that ineffable blend of headlong comedy, seamless technology, and wonder (in the latter department, this movie's views of nighttime Paris are on a par with French cinema at its most lyrical). Director Brad Bird (The Incredibles) doesn't quite keep all his spinning plates in the air, but the gags are great and the animation amazingly expressive--Remy's shrugs and nods are nimbler than many flesh-and-blood actors can manage. Refreshingly, the movie's characters aren't celebrity-reliant, with the most recognisable voice coming from Peter O'Toole's snide food critic. (This fellow provides the film's sole sour note--an oddly pointed slap at critics, those craven souls who have done nothing but rave about Pixar's movies over the years.) Brad Bird's style is more quick-hit and less resonant than the approach of Pixar honcho John Lasseter, but it's hard to complain about a movie that cooks up such bountiful pleasure. --Robert Horton
The Good Dinosaur | Blu Ray | (21/03/2016)
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From the innovative minds of Disney¢Pixar comes a hilariously heart-warming adventure about the power of confronting and overcoming your fears and discovering who you are meant to be. The Good Dinosaur asks the question: What if the asteroid that forever changed life on Earth missed the planet completely, and giant dinosaurs never became extinct? In this epic journey into the world of dinosaurs, an Apatosaurus named Arlo makes an unlikely human friend. While traveling through a harsh and mysterious landscape, Arlo learns the power of confronting his fears and discovers what he is truly capable of. Bring home this original story full of humour, heart, action and imagination, perfect for the whole family!
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe | DVD | (03/04/2006)
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C.S. Lewis' timeless adventure The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe follows the exploits of the Pevensie siblings -- Lucy, Edmund, Susan and Peter -- in World War II England, as the four enter the world of Narnia through a magical wardrobe while playing a game of hide-and-seek in the rural country home of an elderly professor. Once there, the children discover a charming, peaceful land inhabited by talking beasts, dwarfs, fauns, centaurs and giants, but this world has become cursed to eternal winter by the evil White Witch, Jadis. Under the guidance of a noble and mystical ruler, the lion Aslan, the children fight to overcome the White Witch's powerful hold over Narnia in a spectacular, climactic battle that will free Narnia from Jadis' icy spell forever.
Open Season 2 | DVD | (09/02/2009)
from £3.37 | Saving you £16.00 (80.00%) | RRP
Boog and Elliot are back for more crazy adventures. After falling head over hooves in love with Giselle Elliot's road to the altar takes a slight detour when Mr. Weenie is kidnapped by a group of pampered pets determined to return him to his owners. Boog Elliot McSquizzy Buddy and the rest of the woodland creatures launch a full-scale rescue mission for their sausage-shaped friend and soon find themselves in enemy camp: the world of the pets. Led by a toy poodle named Fifi the pets do not plan to let Mr. Weenie go without a fight. Can a toy poodle REALLY bring down an 900-pound grizzly bear? Will Elliot ever marry Giselle? Find out in Open Season 2.
Alice in Wonderland | Blu Ray | (31/10/2011)
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The marriage of director Tim Burton with the darker edges of the Alice In Wonderland story seems, on paper, to be an impressive match. And to a point, it is: Burton?s film explodes with colour and style, bringing a real sense of imagination to the classic Lewis Carroll stories. Alice In Wonderland isn?t perfect, though. It?s, at heart, far more conventional than you may be expecting, and the beefing up of the Mad Hatter?s role to accommodate the casting of Johnny Depp is problematic. That said, Depp?s performance is fine, even if it?s Helena Bonham-Carter who steals every scene she?s in. And Burton also wisely casts a strong supporting cast of British thespians, who don?t get enough screen time, but make the most of what they get. The end result, however, is a fun telling of an engaging story. And while Tim Burton?s take on Alice In Wonderland is far from the best filmed take on the source material, it?s nonetheless a solid family movie. It also looks stunning on Blu-ray. The colourful production design comes across wonderfully well, in vibrant 1080p, and the enveloping sound mix matches it too. And given how often the film is likely to be re-spun over the years, it?s easily the best way to own the film. --Jon Foster
Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban | DVD | (15/06/2009)
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Something wicked this way comes... It's Harry's third year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and Harry Ron and Hermoine now teenagers return for their third year at Hogwarts where they are forced to face escaped prisoner Sirius Black who poses a great threat to Harry. Harry and his friends spend their third year learning how to handle Divination. They also visit the wizarding village of Hogsmeade and the Shrieking Shack which is considered the most haunted building in Britain. In addition to these new experiences Harry must overcome the threats of the soul-sucking Dementors outsmart a dangerous werewolf and finally deal with the truth about Sirius Black and his relationship to Harry and his parents. With his best friends Harry masters advanced magic crosses the barriers of time and changes the course of more than one life. This wonderful spellbinder soars with laughs and the kind of breathless surprise only found in a Harry Potter adventure.....
Shorts | DVD | (07/12/2009)
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A fantastical story, relayed in the form of short vignettes by director Robert Rodriguez, Shorts is the story of a magic wishing rock and kids' imaginations gone wild. The film plays a lot like the The Little Rascals films from the 1920's-1940's. It's made up of short, comical episodes that focus on kids' adventures and how imagination drives their play. When a magical rainbow rock falls from the sky and lands in the middle of tech-town Black Falls, a young boy Toe (Jimmy Bennett) discovers that the rock has the power to grant his every wish. The victim of constant bullying, Toe wishes for friends as unusual as himself and ends up with a posse of aliens who protect him while seriously complicating his life. As narrator, Toby quickly stops the film, explaining that his experience is really the middle of the story, and then rewinds repeatedly to relate various encounters between neighbourhood kids and the magic rock. Each short is its own journey into a kid's imagination where wishes for everything from a treasure hunt, to a fortress guarded by crocodiles, a super smart baby with telepathic powers, and a booger monster grown from one boy's booger are immediately granted. These fantastical wishes wreak havoc on the entire Black Falls community: the children, the technology obsessed, disconnected Black Box employees, and the tyrannical Black Box boss Mr. Black (James Spader). In the end, the magic rock is a catalyst for change, encouraging kids and adults to work together and inspiring serious reflection regarding one's wishes, dreams, and goals. Rodriguez does a great job of portraying the wildness of kids' imaginations and viewers that delight in over-the-top ridiculousness and the overtly gross will laugh hysterically throughout the film. Unfortunately, those who demand restraint may find it overdone. --Tami Horiuchi
Paranorman | DVD | (04/08/2014)
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Monster House | Blu Ray | (08/04/2007)
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CGI animation from executive producers from Robert Zemeckis (Back To The Future) and Steven Spielberg in which three teens discover that their neighbour's house is really a living breathing scary monster! Even for a 12-year old D.J. Walters has a particularly overactive imagination. He is convinced that his haggard and crabby neighbor Horace Nebbercracker who terrorizes all the neighborhood kids is responsible for Mrs. Nebbercracker's mysterious disappearance. Any toy that touches Nebbercracker's property promptly disappears swallowed up by the cavernous house in which Horace lives. D.J. has seen it with his own eyes! But no one believes him not even his best friend Chowder. What everyone does not know is D.J. is not imagining things. Everything he's seen is absolutely true and it's about to get much worse than anything D.J could have imagined....
Toy Story 2 | DVD | (19/07/2004)
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John Lasseter and his gang of high-tech creators at Pixar create another entertainment for the ages. Like the handful of other great movie sequels, Toy Story 2 comments on why the first one was so wonderful while finding a fresh angle worthy of a new film. The craze of toy collecting becomes the focus here, as we find out Woody (voiced by Tom Hanks) is not only a beloved toy to Andy but also a rare doll from a popular 60s children's show. When a greedy collector takes Woody, Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) launches a rescue mission with Andy's other toys. To say more would be a crime because this is one of the most creative and smile-inducing films since, well, the first Toy Story. Although the toys look the same as in the 1994 feature, Pixar shows how much technology has advanced: the human characters look more human, backgrounds are superior, and two action sequences that book-end the film are dazzling. And it's a hoot for kids and adults. The film is packed with spoofs, easily accessible in-jokes and inspired voice casting (with newcomer Joan Cusack especially a delight as Cowgirl Jessie). But as the Pixar canon of films illustrates, the filmmakers are storytellers first. Woody's heart-tugging predicament can easily be translated into the eternal debate of living a good life versus living for forever. Toy Story 2 was deservedly a huge box-office success. --Doug Thomas, Amazon.com
Digimon - The Movie | DVD | (30/06/2003)
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Digimon the TV series has spawned a full-length theatrical film, in a similar vain to the Pokémon craze. The two phenomena are similar: kids collect monsters and go on adventures. While Pokémon has a sense of odyssey and a wisp of a moral, Digimon is flat-out rough-and-tumble adventure. Can an adult figure out the digi-details of the digi-world? Here's a digi-shot: the world is full of evolving monsters that live and fight in their own way. The digi-world and real world can intermix, and one of the portals is the Internet. Children sit at their laptops and fight with their digi-monsters in an abstract environment that looks like something from Tron but with none of the cool. The first 50 minutes is a flashback story that took place eight years earlier. So everyone has now grown up (as the time frame leaps over all the original Digimon TV shows), and Digimon and humans interact on Earth. A bad digi-virus is bent on revenge, and it will take more than a laptop to defend the planet. That said, if the end of the world ever looms, a golden digi-egg will be a good thing to have. (Ages 6 to 12) --Doug Thomas, Amazon.com
Dragonball Evolution | DVD | (31/08/2009)
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Madagascar | Blu Ray | (01/09/2014)
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At New York's Central Park Zoo a lion (Stiller) a zebra (Rock) a giraffe (Schwimmer) and a hippo (Pinkett Smith) are best friends and stars of the show. But when one of the animals goes missing from their cage the other three break free to look for him only to find themselves reunited... on a ship en route to Africa. When their vessel is hijacked however the friends who have all been raised in captivity learn first-hand what life can be like in the wild!
Monsters vs Aliens | Blu Ray | (26/10/2009)
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DreamWorks' hilarious CGI animated match-up pits Monsters Vs. Aliens in a family-friendly battle of killer lines slapstick action and sci-fi tomfoolery. Featuring the voice talent of Seth Rogen Reese Witherspoon and Paul Rudd prepare to laugh your way right through this cracking film. A Dreamworks animation film featuring a host of stars including Reese Witherspoon Seth Rogen Kiefer Sutherland and Will Arnett and is helmed by Rob Lettermen and Conrad Vernon. A light-hearted comedy akin to Bee Movie or Madagascar Monsters Vs. Aliens sees sweet Susan Murphy (Reese Witherspoon - Walk The Line) hit by a meteorite containing a powerful substance called quantonium. The intergalactic fossil fuel turns Susan into a 50-foot tall giant and she is soon captured by the government and locked up with some other top secret monsters. When Aliens attack it's this rabble of giants freaks and insane geniuses who must save the world from the dastardly Gallaxhar (Rainn Wilson - Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen). Play.com review As the latest instalment from Dreamworks in their slugging match with fellow CGI mega-studio Pixar Monsters vs. Aliens has much to live up to. Last year Dreamworks' Kung Fu Panda went toe-to-toe with Pixar's colossally successful Wall-E and this year Monsters Vs. Aliens faces the much-anticipated Up for computer-generated supremacy. Luckily in this kind of fight there's only one winner: us! With plenty of killer lines and slapstick action the film is perfect for kids - both big and small - and like any Dreamworks production there's more than enough plot to keep you gripped until the end. In fact it's the perfect example of a present you'll buy for the kids - and end up keeping for yourself. Starring the voice talent of Hugh Laurie (House) Kiefer Sutherland (24) Seth Rogen (Funny People Observe And Report) Will Arnett (G-Force) and Paul Rudd (I Love You Man) the film has all the comedy kicks you could ever want and the script has enough dynamite to keep Alfred Nobel happy! As far as the Dreamworks/Pixar sparring goes Monsters Vs. Aliens has done its bit - it's over to you Up!
How To Train Your Dragon | Blu Ray | (01/09/2014)
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Experience the original epic story that started it all! A winner with audiences and critics alike the Academy Award&reg;-nominated DreamWorks Animation film How To Train Your Dragon rolls fire-breathing action epic adventure and laughs into a captivating and original story. Hiccup is a young Viking who defies tradition when he befriends one of his deadliest foes - a ferocious dragon he calls Toothless. Together the unlikely heroes must fight against all odds to save both their worlds in this 'wonderful good-time hit!' (Gene Shalit Today)
StreetDance 3D | DVD | (27/09/2010)
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Vertigo Films presents the UK's first ever street dance movie and the first British film to be shot entirely in 3D. With debut film appearances from Britain's Got Talent stars Flawless Diversity and George Sampson this groundbreaking event movie is an inspiring exhilarating joyride through the UK's street dance scene. Things couldn't be going better for street dancer Carly (Nichola Burley). She's in love with charismatic boyfriend Jay (Ukweli Roach) and their dance crew has just made it through to the finals of the UK Street Dance Championships. But everything changes when Jay walks out on Carly and the crew breaking her heart and leaving the street dancers' dreams in jeopardy. Thrown in at the deep end Carly struggles to prove to the crew - and to herself - that she can lead them to victory. Salvation comes in the unlikely shape of ballet schoolmistress Helena (Charlotte Rampling). Impressed by the skill and enthusiasm of Carly and her troupe she strikes the street dancers a deal: they can practice in the Ballet Academy's luxurious dance studio in return for collaborating with her ballet dancers. Helena hopes Carly can inject some of the street dancers' intensity and passion into her young charges before they audition for The Royal Ballet. A clash of cultures ensues as the two very different dance styles face off against each other. After years of classical training the ballet dancers are horrified at the crew's slouchy style while Carly is increasingly exasperated at their uptight aloofness. Eventually and despite themselves the ballet dancers begin to feel a grudging respect for the street dancers' spectacular moves. And Carly can't help falling for handsome ballet dancer Tomas (Richard Winsor). Will the two groups of dancers find a way to work together before the Street Dance Championship finals and the Royal Ballet auditions?
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Two Disc Widescreen Edition) | DVD | (11/04/2003)
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The world's most famous boy wizard dives straight into a darker and more thrilling magical adventure in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. It's practically the same set-up--something evil's afoot at Hogwarts; Harry and his pals must put it right--but fans of the books won't be disappointed. Director Chris Columbus, whose artistic licence is necessarily limited by the demands of adapting JK Rowling's phenomenally popular novel, does a spectacular job rendering Rowling's imaginary world: the production design and costumes are fascinating in their own right; such is the impressive attention to detail. Daniel Radcliffe gives a more assured performance here as Harry, though he's not quite strong enough to carry the film without the aid of an excellent ensemble cast of experienced adults, notably a twinkly-eyed Kenneth Branagh. Of course, most viewers will already know what's going to happen as far as the story is concerned, so for them the pleasure in watching The Chamber of Secrets lies in the visualisation of Rowling's magical creations and the verve brought to the action sequences. It's fantastic fun for kids and a good excuse to regress back to childhood for the rest of us. --Laura BushellOn the DVD: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets's first disc offers the film in all its fine widescreen (2.35:1) and surround-sound glory--it's a shame they didn't think of adding a commentary. The second disc's special features are sparse compared to last year's release, most notably the games, which are simpler and dull in comparison to The Philosopher's Stone. Gilderoy Lockhart's classroom offers nothing magical, and the interviews with teachers and students offer only snippets of the actors' thoughts on their characters. Don't get over excited about the "Build a Scene" feature as, unfortunately, this is not a miracle of modern DVD technology, but a simple featurette. The real gem on the disc is a 16-minute interview with JK Rowling and Steve Kloves about the transfer from book to screen. --Nikki Disney