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  • Tora! Tora! Tora! [1970] Tora! Tora! Tora! | DVD | (17/04/2019) from £4.09  |  Saving you £15.90 (79.50%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Here is just one of the many mishaps chronicled in Tora! Tora! Tora!: "Sir, there's a large formation of planes coming in from the north, 140 miles, 3 degrees east." "Yeah? Don't worry about it." The epic film shows the bombing of Pearl Harbour from both sides in the historic first American-Japanese coproduction: American director Richard Fleischer oversaw the complicated production (the Japanese sequences were directed by Toshio Masuda and Kinji Fukasaku, after Akira Kurosawa withdrew from the film), wrestling a sprawling story with dozens of characters into a manageable, fairly easy-to-follow film. The first half maps out the collapse of diplomacy between the nations and the military blunders that left naval and air forces sitting ducks for the impending attack, while the second half is an amazing re-creation of the devastating battle. While Tora! Tora! Tora! lacks the strong central characters that anchor the best war films, the real star of the film is the climactic 30-minute battle, a massive feat of cinematic engineering that expertly conveys the surprise, the chaos and the immense destruction of the only attack by a foreign power on American soil since the Revolutionary war. The special effects won a well-deserved Oscar, but the film was shut out of every other category by, ironically, the other epic war picture of the year, Patton. --Sean Axmaker, Amazon.com

  • Move For Your Life [DVD] Move For Your Life | DVD | (26/12/2009) from £14.98  |  Saving you £1.01 (6.30%)  |  RRP £15.99

    21 Tai Chi and Qigong exercises for vitality. A unique self-help mind-body workout Angus Clark's Move For Your Life offers an easy fun way to good energy and keeping well. Move For Your Life is shot outdoors and including natural birdsong the film captures a 'nature' element that automatically lends itself to stress relief and relaxation. The viewer can enjoy learning these essentials of movement for health by picking out a single exercise with its own clear simple instructions or by choosing a run through of the whole set. Angus Clark is founder of the contemporary Living Movement Tai Chi style He is the author of one of the most definitive books on Tai Chi the internationally acclaimed 'Complete Illustrated Guide to Tai Chi'.

  • 10 Minute Solution Yoga 10 Minute Solution Yoga | DVD | (17/04/2019) from £4.44  |  Saving you £5.00 (50.10%)  |  RRP £9.99

    YOGA BASICS This flowing sequence focuses on basic yoga postures breathing and techniques. YOGA FOR BUNS & THIGHS excellent toning and strengthening postures that really target those lower-body problem areas! YOGA FOR ABS You'll target your midsection with proven techniques and postures that are challenging but super effective! YOGA BURN Through the use of dynamic movements you'll build strength burn calories and workout your whole body. YOGA FOR FLEXIBILITY & RELAXATION This segment is a great reward at the end your yoga workout or a long stressful day - it's also a fabulous way to start your day out right.

  • War Collection [DVD] War Collection | DVD | (19/10/2009) from £11.85  |  Saving you £3.10 (20.70%)  |  RRP £14.95

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  • The Paleface [DVD] The Paleface | DVD | (27/04/2015) from £5.19  |  Saving you £7.80 (60.00%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Bob Hope brings his own brand of laughing gas to the Wild West as a would-be "painless" dentist lassoed into marrying Jane Russell. She's a shapely outlaw turned undercover agent on the trail of some varmints selling guns to a hostile Indian tribe, and he's her unwitting cover. Hope cowers and cracks self-effacing jokes while bodies fall around him ("Brave men run in my family," he quips, then runs), but he's even funnier swaggering and sneering like a kid playing cowboy in a flamboyant costume apparently stolen from the Oklahoma! road show. The Paleface is one of his best films, and the unflappable Russell is a great match. Theme song "Buttons and Bows" (which Hope delivers with a clowning mock twang) won an Oscar®, and the 1948 film spawned a sequel (Son of Paleface, costarring Roy Rogers and Trigger) and a remake (The Shakiest Gun in the West with Don Knotts). --Sean Axmaker

  • The Thin Red Line [1999] The Thin Red Line | DVD | (12/06/2000) from £4.85  |  Saving you £15.14 (75.70%)  |  RRP £19.99

  • Wyatt Earp [1994] Wyatt Earp | DVD | (19/07/2004) from £3.79  |  Saving you £10.20 (72.90%)  |  RRP £13.99

    Lawrence Kasdan's sprawling Western epic chronicling the life of legendary lawman Wyatt Earp. From Wichita and Dodge City to the OK Corral and Dodge City this is a thrilling journey of romance adventure and desperate heroic action.

  • Flags of our Fathers & Letters from Iwo Jima (2 Disc Special Edition) Flags of our Fathers & Letters from Iwo Jima (2 Disc Special Edition) | DVD | (09/07/2007) from £5.39  |  Saving you £20.60 (79.30%)  |  RRP £25.99

    Thematically ambitious and emotionally complex, Clint Eastwood's Flags of Our Fathers is an intimate epic with much to say about war and the nature of heroism in America. Based on the non-fiction bestseller by James Bradley (with Ron Powers), and adapted by Million Dollar Baby screenwriter Paul Haggis (Jarhead screenwriter William Broyles Jr. wrote an earlier draft that was abandoned when Eastwood signed on to direct), this isn't so much a conventional war movie as it is a thought-provoking meditation on our collective need for heroes, even at the expense of those we deem heroic. In telling the story of the six men (five Marines, one Navy medic) who raised the American flag of victory on the battle-ravaged Japanese island of Iwo Jima on February 23rd, 1945, Eastwood takes us deep into the horror of war (in painstakingly authentic Iwo Jima battle scenes) while emphasizing how three of the surviving flag-raisers (played by Adam Beach, Ryan Phillippe, and Jesse Bradford) became reluctant celebrities - and resentful pawns in a wartime publicity campaign - after their flag-raising was immortalized by Associated Press photographer Joe Rosenthal in the most famous photograph in military history. As the surviving flag-raisers reluctantly play their public roles as "the heroes of Iwo Jima" during an exhausting (but clearly necessary) wartime bond rally tour, Flags of Our Fathers evolves into a pointed study of battlefield valor and misplaced idolatry, incorporating subtle comment on the bogus nature of celebrity, the trauma of battle, and the true meaning of heroism in wartime. Wisely avoiding any direct parallels to contemporary history, Eastwood allows us to draw our own conclusions about the Iwo Jima flag-raisers and how their postwar histories (both noble and tragic) simultaneously illustrate the hazards of exploited celebrity and society's genuine need for admirable role models during times of national crisis. Flags of Our Fathers defies the expectations of those seeking a more straightforward war-action drama, but it's richly satisfying, impeccably crafted film that manages to be genuinely patriotic (in celebrating the camaraderie of soldiers in battle) while dramatising the ultimate futility of war. Eastwood's follow-up film, Letters from Iwo Jima, examines the Iwo Jima conflict from the Japanese perspective. Critically hailed as an instant classic, Clint Eastwood's Letters from Iwo Jima is a masterwork of uncommon humanity and a harrowing, unforgettable indictment of the horrors of war. In an unprecedented demonstration of worldly citizenship, Eastwood (from a spare, tightly focused screenplay by first-time screenwriter Iris Yamashita) has crafted a truly Japanese film, with Japanese dialogue (with subtitles) and filmed in a contemplative Japanese style, serving as both complement and counterpoint to Eastwood's previously released companion film Flags of Our Fathers. Where the earlier film employed a complex non-linear structure and epic-scale production values to dramatise one of the bloodiest battles of World War II and its traumatic impact on American soldiers, Letters reveals the battle of Iwo Jima from the tunnel- and cave-dwelling perspective of the Japanese, hopelessly outnumbered, deprived of reinforcements, and doomed to die in inevitable defeat. While maintaining many of the traditions of the conventional war drama, Eastwood extends his sympathetic touch to humanise "the enemy," revealing the internal and external conflicts of soldiers and officers alike, forced by circumstance to sacrifice themselves or defend their honour against insurmountable odds. From the weary reluctance of a young recruit named Saigo (Kazunari Ninomiya) to the dignified yet desperately anguished strategy of Japanese commander Tadamichi Kuribayashi (played by Oscar-nominated The Last Samurai costar Ken Watanabe), whose letters home inspired the film's title and present-day framing device, Letters from Iwo Jima (which conveys the bleakness of battle through a near-total absence of colour) steadfastly avoids the glorification of war while paying honorable tribute to ill-fated men who can only dream of the comforts of home. --Jeff Shannon

  • Stalingrad [1992] Stalingrad | DVD | (22/10/2001) from £4.50  |  Saving you £7.50 (57.70%)  |  RRP £12.99

    It's tempting to call the harrowing Stalingrad a World War II version of All Quiet on the Western Front, since both films take the perspective of ordinary German soldiers at ground level. Stalingrad surveys the misery of the battle of Stalingrad, the winter siege that cost the lives of almost one and a half million people--Russian defenders and German invaders alike. Not unlike Spielberg's approach to Saving Private Ryan, German director Joseph Vilsmaier rarely steps outside the action to comment on the higher purpose of the war, assuming the audience is aware of the evil of the Nazi regime. Instead, we simply follow a group of soldiers as they endure a series of gut-wrenching episodes, events that have the tang of authenticity and horror. Vilsmaier has a taste for symbolism and surreal touches, which only add to the unsettling sense of insanity this movie conjures up so well. --Robert Horton

  • Days Of Glory [2006] Days Of Glory | DVD | (28/07/2008) from £2.99  |  Saving you £0.80 (13.40%)  |  RRP £5.99

    The critically acclaimed and Oscar nominated war epic Days of Glory (Indigenes) is a chronicle of courage and sacrifice... told with power grace and feeling and brought alive by first-rate acting. Telling the true story of a band of World War II soldiers who heroically fought their way across Europe while battling discrimination within their own ranks the film was hailed for its eloquent performances and potent action sequences.

  • The Long Riders [1980] The Long Riders | DVD | (11/06/2001) from £3.59  |  Saving you £7.00 (53.90%)  |  RRP £12.99

    This terrific Walter Hill Western follows the careers of the James and Younger brothers--and uses the nifty idea of casting actual clans of acting siblings in the roles. Thus, the James brothers are played by James and Stacy Keach; the Youngers by David, Keith, and Robert Carradine; the Millers by Randy and Dennis Quaid; and the Fords by Christopher and Nicholas Guest. Hill, working with an evocative Ry Cooder score, creates a film that is at once breathtakingly exciting and elegiac in its treatment of these post-Civil War outlaws. The Keaches in particular bring a surprising dignity to the roles of Frank and Jesse James, while David Carradine is a hoot as Cole Younger--and the Quaids mimic real life (as it was for them then) in their battles as the Miller brothers. Bloody, to be sure, but also bloody good. --Marshall Fine

  • Tai Chi For Seniors Tai Chi For Seniors | DVD | (05/09/2005) from £9.95  |  Saving you £3.01 (20.10%)  |  RRP £14.99

    Tai Chi is the world's most popular exercise with 180 million people enjoying the form every day! 180 000 000 people worldwide enjoy Tai Chi every day. Tai Chi practitioners live longer have a more active life and their health potential increases dramatically. Other exercises dissipate your energy while Tai Chi increases it! This leaves you refreshed and relaxed when you finish. The slow dance-like speed of Tai Chi creates balance flexibility and calmness. Tai Chi integrates your mind and body and is very effective at relieving stress. Learn Tai Chi from an international Tai Chi judge with 28 years teaching experience. Mark Johnson has personally taught Tai Chi to several thousand seniors in the past 10 years. With a background in acupuncture he teaches Tai Chi from the perspective of self-healing called Chi Gung. Mark has been a Chi Gung Healer for 20 years and is one of the founding fathers of the National Chi Gung Association.

  • No Strings Attached / I Love You Man / She's Out of My League Triple Pack [DVD] No Strings Attached / I Love You Man / She's Out of My League Triple Pack | DVD | (15/10/2012) from £5.54  |  Saving you £10.45 (65.40%)  |  RRP £15.99

    <b>No Strings Attached:</b> Academy Award Winner Natalie Portman (Black Swan) and Ashton Kutcher (What Happens in Vegas...) star in the hilarious hit comedy that takes a modern look at what happens when friends-in-need do the deed. Emma is a busy doctor who sets up a seemingly perfect arrangement when she offers her best friend Adam a relationship with one rule: <i>No Strings Attached</i>. But when a fling becomes a thing, can sex friends stay best friends? <b>I love You Man:</b>Friendless P...

  • Jersey Girl [DVD] Jersey Girl | DVD | (25/04/2011) from £5.69  |  Saving you £14.30 (71.50%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Forget about who you thought you were and just accept who you are! In Kevin Smith's latest acerbic romantic comedy/drama New York publicist Ollie Trinke (Ben Affleck) has it all: the perfect life with a beautiful wife and a child on the way. However Ollie is soon to learn that sometimes in life you can't take the path that you'd once planned...

  • A Fistful Of Dollars [1964] A Fistful Of Dollars | DVD | (09/08/2005) from £4.09  |  Saving you £11.90 (74.40%)  |  RRP £15.99

    This is the movie that launched the spaghetti Western and catapulted Clint Eastwood to stardom. Before director Sergio Leone picked him out, Clint had played only a few bit parts in features plus his role as Rowdy Yates in the TV Western series Rawhide. Leone cast him for his stillness and physical presence, famously remarking that when Michelangelo was asked what he had seen in a particular block of marble, he said Moses, but that what he, Leone, saw in Eastwood was just that, a block of marble. Leone also claimed that it was he who gave the character his trademark cigar and poncho, though Eastwood has said he brought his own wardrobe to Italy. Whoever takes credit, A Fistful of Dollars (Per un pugno di dollari in Italian) was an extraordinary success when launched in Italy in 1964. Eastwood had to wait longer for it to be a hit in the USA. The film was based on Kurosawa's 1961 samurai picture Yojimbo, but Leone had forgotten to clear the copyright. Eventually a deal was done, but A Fistful of Dollars was not released in the USA until 1967. It scored an equally resounding success, as did its sequels in the Dollar Trilogy, For a Few Dollars More and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. The advertising campaign promoted Eastwood's character, laconic, amoral, dangerous, as The Man with No Name (though in the film he's clearly referred to as Joe), and audiences loved the film's refreshing new take on the Western genre. Gone are the pieties about making the streets safe for women and children (women are virtually absent from the Trilogy). Instead it's every man for himself. Striking too was a new emphasis on violence, with stylised, almost balletic gunfights and baroque touches such as Eastwood's armoured breastplate. The popularity of the Dollars films had a marked influence on the Hollywood Western, for example Sam Peckinpah's The Wild Bunch, but its most enduring legacy is Clint Eastwood himself, still in action at the age of 70. --Edward Buscombe

  • Disney Junior Collection [DVD] Disney Junior Collection | DVD | (14/10/2013) from £6.39  |  Saving you £12.60 (66.40%)  |  RRP £18.99

    Disney Junior Collection (Doc Mcstuffin Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: I heart MinnieJoin Minnie Daisy and all your Clubhouse pals for a mousekemagical celebration! Today is Minnie&amp;rsquo;s birthday. Can Mickey and the gang get everything ready and keep the party a secret until it&amp;rsquo;s time to shout Surprise!? Only if you help them pick the right Mouseketools. Soar above the clouds with Daisy and Minnie as they use rainmaking Pitter-Patter-Glitter to make their flowers bloom. And share the fun when Goofy babysits Minnie Daisy Mickey Donald and Pluto after a time machine turns them into mischievous toddlers. Overflowing with music laughter and delightful adventures I &amp;hearts; Minnie is the perfect way to say I love you!. Special Features: You're Invited to Minnie's Birthday Party Sofia the First

  • John Wayne John Wayne | DVD | (26/03/2007) from £12.28  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £9.99

    McLintock (Dir. Andrew V. McLaglen 1963): Cattle baron banker and model citizen George McLintock has the world in his hands. The only thing missing is his wife Katherine who left him two years earlier suspecting him of adultery. In an effort to get on with his life McLintock saves a beautiful but impoverished widow from resettlement and hires her as his cook welcoming both her and her two children into his home. Sparks begin to fly and McLintock's simple and serene li

  • 49th Parallel [1941] 49th Parallel | DVD | (15/04/2002) from £7.75  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £9.99

    49th Parallel is a powerful and important piece of World War 2 propaganda which controversially was filmed from the point of view of a group of German soldiers. Asked to make a flag waver by the Ministry of Information the brilliantly gifted film-making team of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger elected to set the action in Canada. The film features a stellar cast who all waived their fees in the interests of the war. A Nazi U-boat is sunk by the Canadian Air Force and all the crew are lost except six men who had been sent ashore before the attack. They stumble across an Eskimo village where Scott Peter and his Eskimo servant Martin live. Also present is a French trapper Johnnie (played by Laurence Olivier) who panics when held at gunpoint and is shot by one of the Nazis. After this the Allies send an S.O.S. plane and it is the intention of the Nazis to hijack it and fly to neutral America. When the plane arrives there is a scuffle but they manage to take off. Will they be caught before they kill again?

  • Valdez Is Coming [1971] Valdez Is Coming | DVD | (14/03/2005) from £4.99  |  Saving you £6.00 (46.20%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Town constable Bob Valdez (Lancaster) must confront evil double-crossing rancher Frank Tanner (Cypher) after he's duped into leaving a widow penniless. After an attempt on his life Valdez summons the courage and strength he learned in the army to plan a righteous and bloody revenge. Tension mounts when after wounding one of Tanner's henchmen our hero sends him back to the land baron with the immortal message of the title ""Valdez is coming""...

  • Glorious 39 [DVD] [2009] Glorious 39 | DVD | (29/03/2010) from £4.58  |  Saving you £13.41 (74.50%)  |  RRP £17.99

    This tense psychological thriller is set betweet present day London and the idyllic British countryside around the outbreak of the Second World War. Anne a budding young actress stumbles across secret recordings of a sinister Nazi appeasement plot that will stop at nothing to achieve its aims. As close friends die in suspicious circumstances she finds herself in extreme danger and finds out how badly she has been betrayed.

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