We are talking about under £2 per Blu-ray here! Most of these do have great soundtracks too and visually they are quite impressive too.
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Gadgets: iPad 2 and iPhone 4s. Dab radio: Roberts Dreamtime.
Even at £2, Pearl Harbor is £2 too expensive.
A film about a radioactive chicken, and it's got a great soundtrack?
But I shall accept your compliment, even though you did promise not to go blurting it around.
Enemy of the State is a great film. And there's some other not bad ones in there.
John Duncan wrote:
BenLaw wrote:Con Air's a top film.Oh yes. Can't help but think that this is in spite of Nicolas Cage, rather than because of him, though...
BenLaw wrote:Con Air's a top film.
Con Air's a top film.
Oh yes. Can't help but think that this is in spite of Nicolas Cage, rather than because of him, though...
I normally avoid Cage films. It's like he made Raising Arizona then forgot how to act.
I do really like kick Ass (despite him) and I thought he was good in Knowing.