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O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2 Disc Set) | DVD | (05/11/2001)
from £7.95 | Saving you £12.04 (60.20%) | RRP
Only Joel and Ethan Coen, masters of quirky and ultra-stylish genre subversion, would dare nick the plotline of Homer's Odyssey for O Brother, Where Art Thou?, their comic picaresque saga about three cons on the run in 1930s Mississippi. Our wandering hero in this case is one Ulysses Everett McGill, a slick-tongued wise guy with a thing for hair pomade (George Clooney, blithely sending up his own dapper image) who talks his chain-gang buddies (Coen-movie regular John Turturro and newcomer Tim Blake Nelson) to light out after some buried loot he claims to know of. En route they come up against a prophetic blind man on a railroad truck, a burly one-eyed baddie (the ever-magnificent John Goodman), a trio of sexy singing ladies, a blues guitarist who's sold his soul to the devil, a brace of crooked politicos on the stump, a manic-depressive bank robber, and--well, you get the idea. Into this, their most relaxed film yet, the Coens have tossed a beguiling ragbag of inconsequential situations, a wealth of looping, left-field dialogue and a whole stash of gags both verbal and visual. O Brother (the title's lifted from Preston Sturges' classic 1941 comedy Sullivan's Travels) is furthermore graced with glowing, burnished photography from Roger Deakins and a masterly soundtrack from T-Bone Burnett that pays loving homage to American 30s folk-styles: blues, gospel, bluegrass, jazz and more. And just to prove that the brothers haven't lost their knack for bad-taste humour, we get a Ku Klux Klan rally choreographed like something between a Nuremberg rally and a Busby Berkeley musical. --Philip KempOn the DVD: This two-disc set duplicates the original single-disc release of the film which included a handful of cast and crew interviews, and adds an additional disc with more interviews, two brief behind-the-scenes featurettes about the production design and the post-production digital colouring of the film, a couple of storyboard-to-scene comparisons and a music video of "Man of Constant Sorrow". There's also a 16-minute documentary to promote the companion Down from the Mountain concert. Frankly there's not a lot here to justify spreading it across two discs: a more pleasing not to say generous offering would have been to cram all these extras onto Disc 1 and give us Down from the Mountain as the second disc. --Mark Walker
Pieces Of April | DVD | (14/06/2004)
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April Burns (Holmes) is the black sheep of her family who has left suburbia for a Lower East Side tenement. To reconnect with her mother Joy (Patricia Clarkson) and father Jim (Oliver Platt) she invites them and her wisecracking brother (John Gallagher Jr.) and perfect sister (Alison Pill) for Thanksgiving dinner at her apartment and against their better judgment the Burnses pile up in the family station wagon pick up Grandma (Alice Drummond) and head to the big city from the
Our House | DVD | (06/09/2004)
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Alex Rose (Stiller) and Nancy Kendricks (Barrymore) are a young professional New York couple in search of their dream home. When they finally find the perfect Brooklyn brownstone they are giddy with anticipation. The duplex is a dream come true complete with multiple fireplaces except for one thing: Mrs. Connelly (Eileen Essel) the cranky old lady who lives on the rent-controlled top floor. Assuming she is elderly and ill they take the apartment but their hopes are quickly dashe
Chasing Liberty | DVD | (30/01/2013)
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Every family has a rebel. Even the First Family! She's the President's daughter. But she just wants to be herself. Multi-talented Mandy Moore makes her romantic comedy debut as Anna who finally gets Dad (Mark Harmon) to reduce the number of agents while she goes to a music club. But when Anna arrives at the club she realizes her father has backed out of the deal she ditches the agents and goes on the run with Ben a handsome photographer she meets. Anna doesn't tell Ben who she is.
Balls Of Fury | DVD | (02/02/2009)
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In this secret society the competition is brutal; the stakes are high; and the balls --more often than not-- are white. Welcome to the unsanctioned underground and utterly unhinged world of clandestine ping-pong tournaments. Down-and-out former professional ping-pong phenom Randy Daytona (Fogler) is sucked into this maelstrom when FBI Agent Ernie Rodriguez (Lopez) recruits him for a secret mission. Randy is determined to bounce back and win and to smoke out his father's killer -- arch-fiend Feng (Walken).
Wild Hogs | Blu Ray | (27/08/2007)
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Tim Allen John Travolta Martin Lawrence and William H. Macy hit the road in this rollicking comedy-adventure about a group of middle-aged friends who decide to rev up their routine suburban lives with a freewheeling motorcycle trip. When this mis- matched foursome who clearly have grown far more used to the couch than the saddle set out for a once-in-a-lifetime experience - they encounter a world that holds far more than they ever bargained for.
Uptown Girls | DVD | (21/06/2004)
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Brittany Murphy stars as Molly Gunn the free-spirited daughter of a late great rock star who has never managed to find her way to settle down and manage her life and money. She is a party girl who is constantly getting her heart broken and now she has had all her money stolen. Destitute Molly takes a job as a nanny to an uptight young girl with an unloving businesswoman for a mother. Her precocious charge Ray is ""an eight year old going on forty"" who doesn't take well to her new
St Trinians | Blu Ray | (14/04/2008)
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Starring Stephen Fry Colin Firth Rupert Everett Mischa Barton Russell Brand and Gemma Arterton St. Trinian's is the sixth in a series of films based on the works of cartoonist Ronald Searle. St Trinian's a school for young ladies with its anarchic doctrine of free expression brings together a motley crew of ungovernable girls who using their wit and ingenuity save the school from bankruptcy.
Beauty Shop | DVD | (19/09/2005)
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The place that can change your whole look on life. From the filmmakers that brought you Barbershop and Barbershop 2 Queen Latifah stars as Gina a hairstylist who opens a shop of her own. Gina Norris (Queen Latifah) is a long way from the Barbershop. She's moved from Chicago to Atlanta so her daughter can attend a prestigious music school and she's made a name for herself at a posh salon with her cutting-edge hairstyles. But when her egotistical
Alien Autopsy (Ant & Dec) | DVD | (03/07/2006)
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From the director of Shameless and Phoenix Nights (Jonny Campbell) comes the truth behind one of the biggest hoaxes the world has ever seen.
Be Cool | DVD | (12/09/2005)
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Everyone is looking for the next big hit... Disenchanted with the movie industry Chili Palmer (Travolta) decides to try his hand in the music industry he romances the sultry widow (Thurman) of a recently whacked music exec poaches a hot young singer (Christina Milian) from a rival label and discovers that the record industry is packin' a whole lot more than a tune!
The New Guy | DVD | (10/03/2003)
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Nerdy high school senior Dizzy Harrison ((Qualls) has finally gotten lucky -- he has a second chance to be the guy with no past in this hilarious story about wiping the slate clean and reinventing yourself. Transforming from dud to stud at his new school with the help of inmate Luther (Griffin) geeky Dizzy becomes the cool ""Gil Harris"" and sets out to destroy the popularity-obsessed social system boost school morale and win the heart of Danielle (Dushku) the gorgeous girl-next-
Intolerable Cruelty | Blu Ray | (24/01/2011)
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From Academy Award winners Joel and Ethan Coen comes this outrageously funny comedy about a man who wins in court and a woman who courts to win. Top divorce attorney Miles Massey (George Clooney) has got it all serial gold-digger Marilyn Rexroth (Catherine Zeta-Jones) wants it all. When Miles falls for the unobtainable Marilyn a hilarious battle of deceit ensues as underhand tactics deceptions and an undeniable attraction escalate as the two square off this classic battle of the sexes.
Envy | DVD | (10/01/2005)
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Success didn't go to his head; it went to his neighbour! Tim (Stiller) and Nick (Black) have been best friends for life. However the friends' equal footing is suddenly tripped up when one of Nick's harebrained get-rich-quick schemes actually succeeds: `Vapoorizer ' a spray that literally makes dog poop or any other kind for that matter evaporate into thin air; to where exactly is anyone's guess. Nick's fortune and Tim's own envy grow to equally outrageous proportions when the f
The Invention of Lying | Blu Ray | (01/02/2010)
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It's official: Ricky Gervais is a genius. He may not have cured cancer or discovered a new branch of mathematics, but having created The Office, Extras, and now The Invention of Lying has secured him a place in the history of comedy. The Invention of Lying imagines a world in which everyone unfailingly tells the truth; they don't even know what fiction is. Every thought, however humiliating or harsh, tumbles out unvarnished. Then one day, a desperate unemployed writer named Mark (Gervais) concocts a lie--and in a world where everyone is unfailingly honest, a lie is believed with total and absolute gullibility. Mark can get anything he wants...but the one thing he truly wants is the love of a girl named Anna (Jennifer Garner, Alias, Juno), and she's the one person he can't bring himself to lie to. The Invention of Lying balances a brilliant overall idea with inspired comic bits and deft cameo turns by a star-studded cast (among the many famous faces in bit roles are Philip Seymour Hoffman, Edward Norton, Jason Bateman, Christopher Guest, Tina Fey, Jeffrey Tambor, and more). The second half of the movie, which follows Mark's romantic pursuit of Anna, isn't quite as marvelous as the gradual unfolding of the situation and Mark's grappling with his strange new ability, but that doesn't keep the movie from being a unique and dazzling comedy. Simply not to be missed. Also featuring comedian Louis C.K., Rob Lowe, and Jonah Hill. --Bret Fetzer
Swing Vote | DVD | (28/09/2009)
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Swing Vote stars Kevin Costner as Bud Johnson - an apathetic lovable loser who has an unhealthy affection for beer! Molly (Madeline Carroll) is Bud's 12 year old daughter - but unlike her father Molly is smart conscientious and passionate! Molly takes care of both of them until one mischievous moment on Election Day when she accidentally sets off a chain of events which culminates in the presidential election coming down to one vote her dads. Suddenly Bud Johnson the nobody becomes the voice for everybody when the world realizes that his vote will be the one that elects the next president. Politicians invade the small town of Texico New Mexico and its unwitting inhabitants waging war for Bud's vote.
Vampires Suck | Blu Ray | (14/02/2011)
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Sink your teeth into the hysterically funny spoof Vampires Suck - it's positively dripping with outrageous humour and bloody good fun! Becca an angst-ridden teenager at a new high school finds herself torn between two supernatural suitors: a moody vampire and an extremely hairy werewolf. From two of the comedy masterminds who wrote Scary Movie and Co-starring Ken Jeong (The Hangover) this comedy will leave you howling for more! This edition also contains a Digital Copy of the film now you can watch Vampires Suck when you want where you want!
I'll Be There | DVD | (02/02/2004)
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Olivia just met the perfect man for her mum: her dad! Being a rock star isn't what it used to be not for Paul Kerr. Seventeen years ago Paul was on the crest of a wave. His music and his stage charisma was filling clubs all over the UK and drawing legions of screaming fans. One of those fans was a music-loving free spirit named Rebecca. Paul and Rebecca spent three extraordinary days and nights together before he flew to America and became a superstar with endless rounds of concert
Meet The Spartans | Blu Ray | (18/08/2008)
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The Dilemma | Blu Ray | (30/05/2011)
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Director Ron Howard (Splash) returns to his comedy roots with The Dilemma, a deft screwball drama-comedy with a decidedly modern spin. Costars Vince Vaughn (Ronny) and Kevin James (Nick) manage to be funny as well as poignant--and their "bromance" is one of the most touching and believable relationships on the big screen. The supporting cast is top-notch too. Jennifer Connelly, effortlessly lovely and graceful, plays Beth, Ronny's girlfriend. Winona Ryder, who makes a welcome return to film, plays Nick's wife, Geneva. "The dilemma" of the title occurs when Ronny sees Geneva with another man. Should he tell his best friend his wife is cheating on him? And what's the best time to drop a bombshell like that on someone you love? The Dilemma is surprisingly poignant for a comedy--the emotions and heartbreak are faced straight on. And Vaughn and James are more than capable of expanding their doofusy personas to show nuance and defeat. The supporting cast, as with all Howard films, is also great--including Channing Tatum as Geneva's partner-in-crime; Queen Latifah, who commands the screen as always; and of course Howard's brother Clint in a cameo. But the heart of The Dilemma is played out among the four main characters, who are solid, engaging, and sometimes appropriately off-putting. The Dilemma asks "Is honesty really the best policy?" And the answer, deftly portrayed with rueful humour and poignancy, is somewhere between secrets and lies. --A.T. Hurley