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Fred And Ginger | DVD | (06/02/2006)
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This mammoth of a box set contains eight discs and eight of the finest Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers features. Contains: 1. Top Hat 2. Shall We dance 3. Follow The Fleet 4. Carefree 5. The Gay Divorcee 6. Swing Time 7. Flying Down To Rio 8. The Story Of Vernon And Irene Castle For individual synopses please refer to the individual box sets.
The Fred And Ginger Collection | DVD | (10/11/2003)
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Contains the film titles: Top Hat: A musical comedy full of high style romance mistaken identity... and Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers dancing and singing 11 of Irving Berlin's best songs. When Jerry Travers meets lovely Dale Tremont it's love at first sight for him. Unfortunately Dale's affections chill when she mistakenly believes he's her best friend's new husband. Now she's engaged to someone else... Will she find out Jerry's real identity before she goes ahead and mak
Girls' Night In - Pretty Woman / The Proposal / Runaway Bride | DVD | (17/05/2010)
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Titles Comprise: Pretty Woman: Julia Roberts stars a street-wise down-on-her-luck working girl whose chance encounter with a handsome corporate mogul leads to an improbable love affair... and a modern-day Cinderella fantasy that has captured the hearts of movie-goers all over the world. Featuring a chart-topping soundtrack this is an irresistible and timeless romantic comedy. Runaway Bride: Roberts and Gere confirm their status as an eternal screen team in this delightful laugh-filled romantic comedy. Roberts plays small-town girl Maggie Carpenter whose marches down the aisle become a series of near Mrs. when she bolts before saying I Do. Gere is Ike graham a cynical big city newspaper columnist eager to write a tell-all story about Maggie. But the more Ike finds out about skittish Maggie the more he finds he's falling in love... The Proposal: Sandra Bullock is at her funniest in the fresh laugh-out loud romantic comedy The Proposal. On the verge of being deported and losing the high-powered job she lives for the controlling Margaret announces she's engaged to her unsuspecting put-upon assistant Andrew (Ryan Reynolds). After proposing a few demands of his own the mismatched couple heads to Alaska where they have four short days to convince his quirky family and a very skeptical immigration agent that their charade is real. Featuring a star-studded supporting cast including Mary Steenburgen Craig T. Nelson and the delightfully inappropriate Betty White this madcap comedy will have you saying yes to The Proposal again and again.
Eddie Murphy Box Set - Trading Places / Coming To America | DVD | (20/10/2003)
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Eddie Murphy's 1988 vehicle Coming to America was probably the point at which his status as a mainstream big-screen comedian finally gelled, following the highly successful 48 Hours pairing with Nick Nolte. Never mind the hackneyed storyline: under John Landis's tight direction, he turns in a star performance (and several brilliant cameos) that is disciplined and extremely funny. Murphy plays an African prince who comes to New York officially to sow his wild oats. Privately, he is seeking a bride he can marry for love rather than one chosen by his parents. With his companion (Arsenio Hall, who pushes Murphy all the way in the comedy stakes), he settles in the borough of Queens and takes a job in a hamburger joint. A succession of hilarious satire-barbed adventures ensue, plus the required romantic conclusion. The script is crammed with ripe one-liners , but "Freeze, you diseased rhinoceros pizzle" has to be the most devastating hold-up line of all time. Film buffs will appreciate a brief appearance by Don Ameche as a down-and-out, but this is Murphy's film and he generates warmth enough to convert the most ambivalent viewer. On the DVD: The only--rather pointless--extra on offer is the original theatrical trailer which adds nothing apart from a rapid recap of the story. But the 1.78:1 anamorphic widescreen presentation (the picture quality is diamond sharp) and Dolby Digital 5.1 soundtrack recreate the original authentic cinematic experience. The choreography of 1980s pop diva Paula Abdul in the lavish wedding scenes and Nile Rodgers' pounding musical score are the main beneficiaries. --Piers Ford