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Frances O Connor: List of Movies, Films and TV Shows

  • Mr Selfridge - Series 1-3 [DVD] [2015] Mr Selfridge - Series 1-3 | DVD | (20/04/2015) from £4.99  |  Saving you £35.00 (87.50%)  |  RRP £39.99

    Join the award-winning cast of Mr Selfridge in this Complete Series Set that includes all 30 episodes from Series One Two and Three. Jeremy Piven (Golden Globe® and Emmy® winner Entourage) stars as the famboyant American entrepreneur Harry Gordon Selfridge who comes to England to change the face of retail through his lavish department store. Supported by a glamorous cast including Frances O’Connor as Harry’s wife Rose Katherine Kelly as the alluring socialite and close-ally Lady Mae Grégory Fitoussi as creative director Henri Leclair and Aisling Loftus as successful store worker Agnes. The gripping storylines from the frst two series span the period from 1909 when Selfridges frst opened its doors to the First World War. Series three continues post-war at a time where Selfridges offers the world an escape from the depression and gloom. Though the store may be thriving Harry’s charmed personal life starts to unravel. Bonus Features Selfridges: Then & Now The Making of Mr Selfridge Deleted Scenes Behind the Scenes

  • The Importance Of Being Earnest [2002] The Importance Of Being Earnest | DVD | (21/07/2003) from £5.21  |  Saving you £4.69 (29.30%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Oscar Wilde's The Importance Of Being Earnest revolves around the clever scheming of two friends Algernon Moncrieff (Rupert Everett) and Jack Worthing (Colin Firth) both of whom lead double lives in order to increase their opportunities for pleasure. Jack who lives in the country comes to London as often as he can to look after his wicked invented brother Earnest while Algernon creates an invalid friend called Bunbury whose constant illnesses allow him to escape family pressures

  • A.I. Artificial Intelligence [Blu-ray][Region Free] A.I. Artificial Intelligence | Blu Ray | (18/07/2011) from £8.79  |  Saving you £9.04 (50.30%)  |  RRP £17.99

    A.I. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE is the story of David (Haley Joel Osment), the first mecha (a futuristic term for a mechanized human being) designed with the ability to love. A couple whose son is in a coma "adopts" David to help them recover from their loss. Naturally, things do not go as planned, and David is forced to leave the mother (Frances O'Connor) he's been "imprinted" to love, and make his way in the world. Traveling with Teddy, a hi-tech stuffed bear, David escapes the Flesh Fair, where angry humans destroy mechas to "purge artificiality," and unexpectedly befriends Gigolo Joe (Jude Law in a wry performance), a robot designed to pleasure women. Joe agrees to help David in his quest to become human.Director Stanley Kubrick originally developed A.I., at one point asking Spielberg to direct it. When Kubrick passed away, Spielberg took the reins. Using a treatment and thousands of drawings commissioned by Kubrick, Spielberg wrote his own screenplay (his first since 1979's CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND). Osment, perhaps the only pre-teen actor who can effectively convey existential angst, gives a marvelous performance, helping Spielberg create a gorgeous futuristic fairy tale that questions the very nature of what we call life.

  • Bedazzled [2000] Bedazzled | DVD | (02/08/2004) from £5.43  |  Saving you £6.50 (50.00%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Brendan Fraser stars in Bedazzled as Elliot, a dweebish office worker who yearns for Alison (Frances O'Connor), a coworker who barely knows he exists. When he blithely says he'd give his soul for Alison, the Devil appears in the fetching guise of Elizabeth Hurley and promises him seven wishes in exchange. Elliot is dubious at first, but agrees out of desperation. Unfortunately, his every wish always leaves the Devil with a little wiggle-room. When he asks to be rich and powerful, the Devil turns him into a drug lord beset on all sides. When he asks to be a successful, well-endowed writer, the Devil adds a male lover to the mix. The setup and situations are clever, though this Bedazzled has less bite than the original 1968 version starring Dudley Moore and Peter Cook. It does, however, provide some better comic substance for Fraser than most of his previous roles and will give his fans something to enjoy. O'Connor is entirely pleasant in her largely straight role, and Hurley fills out her part delectably by filling out a number of revealing outfits. This is an enjoyable bit of froth. --Bret Fetzer, Amazon.com

  • The Hunter [DVD] The Hunter | DVD | (29/10/2012) from £8.01  |  Saving you £7.50 (46.90%)  |  RRP £15.99

    A ruthless mercenary with a secret agenda comes to Australia to search for the last remaining Tasmanian Tiger. As his dramatic hunt for the elusive Tiger goes on and he discovers the mysteries hidden within the wild landscape, long-forgotten emotions resurface. Can a human who has led an immoral life find connection and redemption too?Based on the acclaimed novel by Julia Leigh, The Hunter is a powerful psychological drama that tells the story of Martin (Willem Dafoe), a mercenary sent from Europe by a mysterious biotech company to the Tasmanian wilderness on a dramatic hunt for the last Tasmanian Tiger.Directed by Daniel Nettheim, The Hunter stars Academy Award nominee Willem Dafoe (Antichrist, Spider-man, The English Patient, Platoon), Frances O'Connor (Artificial Intelligence: AI, Mansfield Park) and Sam Neill (The Dish, Jurassic Park, The Piano).

  • A.I. Artificial Intelligence [2001] - 2 disc set A.I. Artificial Intelligence - 2 disc set | DVD | (18/03/2002) from £5.39  |  Saving you £8.60 (61.50%)  |  RRP £13.99

    History will place an asterisk next to A.I. as the film Stanley Kubrick might have directed. But let the record also show that Kubrick--after developing this project for some 15 years--wanted Steven Spielberg to helm this astonishing sci-fi rendition of Pinocchio, claiming (with good reason) that it veered closer to Spielberg's kinder, gentler sensibilities. Spielberg inherited the project (based on the Brain Aldiss short story "Supertoys Last All Summer Long") after Kubrick's death in 1999, and the result is an astounding directorial hybrid. A flawed masterpiece of sorts, in which Spielberg's gift for wondrous enchantment often clashes (and sometimes melds) with Kubrick's harsher vision of humanity, the film spans near and distant futures with the fairy-tale adventures of an artificial boy named David (Haley Joel Osment), a marvel of cybernetic progress who wants only to be a real boy, loved by his mother in that happy place called home. Echoes of Spielberg's Empire of the Sun are evident as young David, shunned by his trial parents and tossed into an unfriendly world, is joined by fellow "mecha" Gigolo Joe (played with a dancer's agility by Jude Law) in his quest for a mother-and-child reunion. Parallels to Pinocchio intensify as David reaches "the end of the world" (a Manhattan flooded by melted polar ice caps), and a far-future epilogue propels A.I. into even deeper realms of wonder, just as it pulls Spielberg back to his comfort zone of sweetness and soothing sentiment. Some may lament the diffusion of Kubrick's original vision, but this is Spielberg's A.I., a film of astonishing technical wizardry that spans the spectrum of human emotions and offers just enough Kubrick to suggest that humanity's future is anything but guaranteed. --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com On the DVD: A perfect movie for the digital age, A.I. finds a natural home on DVD. The purity of the picture, its carefully composed colour schemes and the multifarious sound effects are accorded the pin-point sharpness they deserve with the anamorphic 1.85:1 picture and Dolby 5.1 sound, as is John Williams's thoughtful music score. On the first disc there's a short yet revealing documentary, "Creating A.I.", but the meat of the extras appears on disc two. Here there are good, well-made featurettes on acting, set design, costumes, lighting, sound design, music and various aspects of the special effects: Stan Winston's remarkable robots (including Teddy, of course) and ILM's flawless CGI work. In addition there are storyboards, photographs and trailers. Finally, Steven Spielberg provides some rather sententious closing remarks ("I think that we have to be very careful about how we as a species use our genius"), but no director's commentary. --Mark Walker

  • Timeline [2003] Timeline | DVD | (17/04/2019) from £7.64  |  Saving you £12.35 (61.80%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Just enough of Michael Crichton's novel survives in Timeline to make it a passable popcorn thriller. It's likely that Crichton fans will lament the shallowness of director Richard Donner's film, and its gee-whiz style of acting lays waste to any scientific credibility that Crichton's scenario might have retained. Still, the Crichton formula is a sturdy one, following the model of Westworld and Jurassic Park by involving a small band of adventurers in a fantastical realm of danger and death. In this case, a group of archaeologists and combat experts (led by Paul Walker and Frances O'Connor) use a "3-D fax machine" (so much for technobabble) to time-travel back to France in 1357, in hope of retrieving Walker's father (Billy Connolly) and returning safely to the present. No such luck. Fending for themselves against marauding hordes of medieval French warriors at war with the invading British, these semi-intrepid travellers find their body count rising, and the deadline for their return home is rapidly approaching. All well and good, so far, and the castles-and-crossbows action reaches a fever pitch, but it's obvious that Donner is too lazy to make the much better film that this could and should have been. Despite its enjoyable highlights, Timeline is perfunctory entertainment. --Jeff Shannon

  • The Missing [DVD] The Missing | DVD | (26/12/2014) from £6.44  |  Saving you £-1.99 (-22.10%)  |  RRP £9

    One moment there’s a hand in yours – and one moment it’s gone. For Tony Hughes the emptiness of those seconds that turn into panic-stricken minutes then weeks then years it is a moment he cannot forget – and now he can never let go. What happened to Tony and Emily’s son Oliver when they holidayed in France? Was he lost? Kidnapped? Trafficked? Murdered? The not knowing haunts them tears at them shreds their marriage. Set in England and France over eight years The Missing follows Tony and Emily’s story along with the French police who witness a small town and a way of life overturned by events as they witness a man out of control out for the truth out for some kind of justice. In a world full of hope and despair passion and injustice – how far will one man go to ease the pain inside? The answer lies in The Missing.

  • Mansfield Park [2000] Mansfield Park | DVD | (04/02/2002) from £4.99  |  Saving you £7.92 (49.50%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Patricia Rozema is a Canadian director with the nerve to helm smart, big budget movies, as she proves again in Mansfield Park. She had her first hit with the quirky I've Heard the Mermaids Singing (1987) in which the heroine, a mouse among art gallery sharks, eventually comes into her own, surpassing the mentor who's risen on her back. Similarly, in Mansfield Park, adapted from Jane Austen's strongly autobiographical novel, penniless city mouse Fanny Price (Frances O'Connor) comes to live in a handsome country manor with the Bertrams, her heartless, class-conscious relations. After many cruel setbacks, Fanny manages, by dint of writing talent and moral integrity, to win the day and the love of her life Edmund (Trainspotting's Jonny Lee Miller). Unlike filmmakers who dress up Austen's money-driven world in sweetness and light, Rozema rubs our noses in the fact that the Bertrams' wealth flows from the blood and sweat of faraway slaves. The adaptation never euphemises the down-and-dirty slum life which has swallowed up Fanny's mother and threatens Fanny if she refuses to marry the handsome but hollow fortune hunter (Alessandro Nivola) chosen for her by her benefactors. Playwright Harold Pinter is compelling as Mansfield Park's patriarch, Sir Thomas Bertram, capable of kindness but stone-cold when his aristocratic will is crossed. Embeth Davidtz (playing Mary, the amoral sibling of Fanny's suitor, with wonderfully seductive verve) and O'Connor almost resemble each other--and they are sisters of a sort, each vying, according to her talents, in a stock market where women must parlay sex to stay alive. In this entertaining ride in the socioeconomic fast lane circa 1806, Jane Austen comes across as a full-blooded proto-feminist with savvy charm.--Kathleen Murphy, Amazon.com

  • Mr Selfridge: Series 2 [DVD] Mr Selfridge: Series 2 | DVD | (24/03/2014) from £5.29  |  Saving you £16.01 (64.10%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Back for a second series the ITV hit Mr Selfridge brings to life the spectacular rise of the American retail genius Harry Selfridge in a lavish and seductive series set in glamour of bustling London at the emergence of modern retail. Harry his family friends lovers and staff open up a rich cross section of London life. From the fashionable Mayfair society to the bright lights grease-paint glamour and backstage intrigue of London's theatres; from business board rooms private poker games and smoky jazz halls to the back-street cafes of the working men and women. It is the story of turn of the century ambition eccentricity and commercial enterprise against the remnants of stuffy Victorian and Edwardian values.

  • The Importance of Being Earnest [DVD] The Importance of Being Earnest | DVD | (02/05/2011) from £6.99  |  Saving you £13.00 (65.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Oscar Wilde's The Importance Of Being Earnest revolves around the clever scheming of two friends Algernon Moncrieff (Rupert Everett) and Jack Worthing (Colin Firth) both of whom lead double lives in order to increase their opportunities for pleasure. Jack who lives in the country comes to London as often as he can to look after his wicked invented brother Earnest while Algernon creates an invalid friend called Bunbury whose constant illnesses allow him to escape family pressures in London. The pairs' deception leads to complications in their romantic lives when they are discovered by Cecily (Reese Witherspoon) Jack's ward whom Algernon is pursuing and Gwendolyn (Frances O'Connor) Algernon's cousin whom Jack adores. Looming over everything and everyone is Gwendolyn's mother Lady Bracknell (Judi Dench) a tyrannical figure with plots of her own to hatch. The pursuit of love sex money and social position lead all the characters into a series of hilarious entanglements.

  • The Hunter [Blu-ray] The Hunter | Blu Ray | (29/10/2012) from £10.99  |  Saving you £9.00 (45.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    A ruthless mercenary with a secret agenda comes to Australia to search for the last remaining Tasmanian Tiger. As his dramatic hunt for the elusive Tiger goes on and he discovers the mysteries hidden within the wild landscape, long-forgotten emotions resurface. Can a human who has led an immoral life find connection and redemption too?Based on the acclaimed novel by Julia Leigh, The Hunter is a powerful psychological drama that tells the story of Martin (Willem Dafoe), a mercenary sent from Europe by a mysterious biotech company to the Tasmanian wilderness on a dramatic hunt for the last Tasmanian Tiger.Directed by Daniel Nettheim, The Hunter stars Academy Award nominee Willem Dafoe (Antichrist, Spider-man, The English Patient, Platoon), Frances O'Connor (Artificial Intelligence: AI, Mansfield Park) and Sam Neill (The Dish, Jurassic Park, The Piano).

  • Mercy [DVD] [2014] Mercy | DVD | (15/06/2015) from £4.99  |  Saving you £8.00 (61.60%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Based on a short story ”Gramma” by Stephen King MERCY tells the tale of two young boys (The Walking Dead‘s Chandler Riggs and Super 8‘s Joel Courtney) who move with their mother to take care of their dying grandmother at her decrepit farmhouse. When they suspect that the elderly woman they love has encountered a dark spirit they fear she might not be the only one who won’t make it through the summer alive. Once George (Riggs) and Buddy McCoy (Courtney) arrive at their Gramma Mercy’s (Shirley Knight) what they find inside her 150-year-old home is nothing short of terrifying. As the brothers experience deeply disturbing phenomena they believe to be the work of an ancient witch they must fight for their lives and overcome the evil forces threatening their family.

  • Madame Bovary (Repackaged) [DVD] Madame Bovary (Repackaged) | DVD | (23/01/2012) from £4.89  |  Saving you £5.10 (51.10%)  |  RRP £9.99

    Marriage to the reliable but unexciting Charles, a provincial doctor, has left Emma feeling unfulfilled and leads her to look elsewhere for satisfaction. She embarks on a series of affairs and, since this glamorous lifestyle demands more money than Charles can provide, she runs up enormous debts with a devious local tradesman, Lheureux. It seems that Emma’s fantasies may lead to her destruction – unless beauty, self-belief and ambition can help her survive… Bored, frustrated and desperate for romance, Emma Bovary is in pursuit of passion…

  • Ice [DVD] Ice | DVD | (16/10/2017) from £4.19  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    The human race finds itself contemplating the dawn of a new ice age in this epic disaster starring Richard Roxburgh, Frances O'Connor, Claire Forlani, Ben Cross, Simon Callow, Patrick Bergin with Stephen Moyer and Sam Neill. The destructive effects of global warming cause unimaginable devastation and panic worldwide. It is 2020. Global warming has turned the regions of Southern Europe to desert and the Arctic polar ice cap is disappearing rapidly. There is a refugee crisis on an unprecedented scale as populations migrate north. Energy companies are turning to increasingly dangerous methods to extract what little oil is left on Earth. Environmental scientist and activist Professor Thom Archer, warns of the imminent possibility of a new ice age. His findings suggest that Halo, the corporate energy company drilling on the Greenland Glacier are causing it to melt, with alarming consequences. Archer heads to the Polar Alliance subcommittee and presents his findings to a sceptical audience, failing to convince anyone of the danger ahead. Intent on exposing Halo, Archer receives a frantic call from friend and colleague Ben Jameson and heads to the glacier. Jameson, an expert Glaciologist, claims to have found damning evidence that proves Archer's findings are correct. Arriving on the ice cap, the effects of Halo's actions are clear to see. With the realisation that the human race is under immediate threat, Archer races home to his family hoping he's not too late. The collapse of the glacier is every bit as devastating as Archer imagined. Astonishing weather patterns emerge and plunge the world's temperatures into steep decline.

  • Mr Selfridge: Series 1 & 2 [DVD] [2014] Mr Selfridge: Series 1 & 2 | DVD | (24/03/2014) from £4.49  |  Saving you £31.50 (87.50%)  |  RRP £35.99

    Series 1 and 2 of the ITV hit Mr Selfridge brings to life the spectacular rise of the American retail genius Harry Selfridge in a lavish and seductive series set in glamour of bustling London at the emergence of modern retail. Harry his family friends lovers and staff open up a rich cross section of London life. From the fashionable Mayfair society to the bright lights grease-paint glamour and backstage intrigue of London's theatres; from business board rooms private poker games and smoky jazz halls to the back-street cafes of the working men and women. It is the story of turn of the century ambition eccentricity and commercial enterprise against the remnants of stuffy Victorian and Edwardian values.

  • The Missing [Blu-ray] The Missing | Blu Ray | (26/12/2014) from £15.15  |  Saving you £9.84 (39.40%)  |  RRP £24.99

    One moment there’s a hand in yours – and one moment it’s gone. For Tony Hughes the emptiness of those seconds that turn into panic-stricken minutes then weeks then years it is a moment he cannot forget – and now he can never let go. What happened to Tony and Emily’s son Oliver when they holidayed in France? Was he lost? Kidnapped? Trafficked? Murdered? The not knowing haunts them tears at them shreds their marriage. Set in England and France over eight years The Missing follows Tony and Emily’s story along with the French police who witness a small town and a way of life overturned by events as they witness a man out of control out for the truth out for some kind of justice. In a world full of hope and despair passion and injustice – how far will one man go to ease the pain inside? The answer lies in The Missing.

  • About Adam [2001] About Adam | DVD | (07/10/2002) from £3.11  |  Saving you £-4.55 (-228.60%)  |  RRP £1.99

    Directed by playwright Gerard Stembridge, About Adam is a charmingly funny romantic comedy set against an unusually trendy Dublin backdrop. Adam (Stuart Townsend) is the sweetly bashful young man for whom singing bistro waitress Lucy (Kate Hudson) falls. She introduces him to her family who adore him, she proposes marriage to him from onstage, he accepts. However, in a clever series of flashbacks and alternative narrative perspectives, we see that Adam has shown very different sides of his character and told a very different story about himself in seducing Lucy's bookish sister Laura (Frances O'Connor), her older, unhappily married sister Alice (Charlotte Bradley) and even inducing a deeply embarrassing boyish infatuation in young brother David. Two questions arise; which of these is the "real" Adam? And will he be exposed and punished as a bounder? The resolution, when it comes, is as pleasingly unpredictable as the film itself, which not only resolutely avoids the usual rustic clichés of skirling soundtracks and verdant scenery usually deployed in Irish films, but, in its deceptively light way, poses some pertinent questions about romance, fidelity and truth, while filling you with a warm glow. On the DVD: Presented in audio options 5.1 and 2.0. The disc contains various extras, including trailer, interviews with cast and director (in which Gerard Stembridge explains that Adam is "a joke on the New Man") and b-roll footage. However, the interviews are sloppily edited, while the b-roll footage consists of little than various inconsequential outtakes, which look like they've been grabbed randomly from the cutting room floor and sellotaped together. --David Stubbs

  • Piccadilly Jim [2004] Piccadilly Jim | DVD | (22/05/2006) from £2.99  |  Saving you £10.00 (77.00%)  |  RRP £12.99

    What's wrong with love? Piccadilly Jim was adapted from P.G. Wodehouse's novel by Julian Fellowes (Gosford Park) and directed by John McKay (Crush). London the 1930's: Following a string of scandalous incidents bad-boy American Jimmy Crocker - now labelled ""Piccadilly Jim"" by the gossip pages - proves to be a liability to his stepmother Eugenia's social climbing and his put-on father's dreams of returning to New York. Nesta Eugenia's sister and archriv

  • Cashmere Mafia [2008] Cashmere Mafia | DVD | (22/09/2008) from £3.99  |  Saving you £0.08 (0.80%)  |  RRP £9.99

    Following in the Jimmy Choos of Sex and the City and Ally McBeal Cashmere Mafia is a modern tale of four ambitious professional women as they struggle to balance lives and careers in New York City. Starring Lucy Liu (Charlie's Angels 1+2 Ally McBeal) Miranda Otto (Lord of the Rings Trilogy) Frances O'Connor (AI) and Bonnie Somerville (TV's Wedding Wars) and Directed by Payton Reed (Down with Love Bring it On)

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