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Spotted it while shopping.... Rather annoying as I'd only ordered it from Play.com at £16.99 earlier that day. Angry

Cue me frantically trying to connect The Wife's HTC - stupidly left mine at home - to mobile internet, while trawling the aisles to see if I can cancel my order, to find that it's already "processing", so I can't..... banging head against wall

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RE: Looper BD - £12 in Sainsburys.

£12.99 Sainsburys online

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Hmm, I'm going in there tomorrow lunchtime, will keep my eyes open for that, ta.

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RE: Looper BD - £12 in Sainsburys.

I just hope it wasn't specific to Gravesend store at about 5:43 p.m on Wed 30th Jan.

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I guess I'll find out soon enough! Got to be honest I can't even remember seeing BDs in the local store before now, although I haven't really looked too closely.

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Girlfriend picked one up today for 12.99 from Sainsbury p

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Wait until it comes down in price.... it's not such a great movie tbh.

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Alantiggger wrote:

Wait until it comes down in price.... it's not such a great movie tbh.

Really? It got mostly very good reviews.

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I think it was a good movie, but found it dragged quite a bit more on second veiwing.  £12 is a bargain.

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Good film but IMO not so good that it needs to be bought and watched immediately, I'd wait until it's under £10. Also doesn't surprise me that it drags more on second watch, so maybe better as a rental. 

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RE: Looper BD - £12 in Sainsburys.

The offer was there,

but the shelves were all bare.

I got Dredd instead.

I DONE A HAIKU!!!

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RE: Looper BD - £12 in Sainsburys.

Not quite. shame on you

You're one short on the second line by my reckoning..

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RE: Looper BD - £12 in Sainsburys.

Balls.

I was going to put "but the cupboard was all bare" on the second line but shelves made more sense, I just didn't check the syllables.

"Shel-ves"? No?

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Paul. wrote:

I think it was a good movie, but found it dragged quite a bit more on second veiwing...

Phew, you've just saved me £12.99  Smile

(Mission: Impossibe Ghost Protocol Blu-ray is £8 at Sainsbury's; reckoned it'd be rude not to, so...)

EDIT: Well, that was a waste of £8: a 130-minute vainglorious Tom-fest built around gratuitous product/country placement.

New yardstick: if one's a fan of Bourne and Craig-era Bonds, Mission films now fall short?

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Balls.

I was going to put "but the cupboard was all bare" on the second line but shelves made more sense, I just didn't check the syllables.

"Shel-ves"? No?

What about "But the shelving was all bare"?

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RE: Looper BD - £12 in Sainsburys.

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Balls.

I was going to put "but the cupboard was all bare" on the second line but shelves made more sense, I just didn't check the syllables.

"Shel-ves"? No?

What about "But the shelving was all bare"?

Yes, that would have worked nicely. Sad