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    • Universal Pictures UK

      Serenity [Blu-ray] [Region Free]

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      "Please note this is a region B Blu-Ray and will require a region B or region free Blu-Ray player in order to play.                                Can't stop the signal... Beloved television cult director Joss Whedon (Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Angel) makes a spectacular first foray onto the big screen with Serenity, the cinematic adaptation of his wildly popular but short-lived sci-fi series, Firefly. A mix of space western, comedy, and drama, Serenity follows captain Malcolm ""Mal"" Reynolds (Nathan Fillion) and his ragtag crew as they trade their way around the edges of civilized society. Of particular interest are two passengers they take on, Simon and River Tam (Sean Maher and Summer Glau), a brother and his telepathic sister on the run from the corrupt governing Alliance. As notorious former members of the anti-Alliance opposition, Mal and his crew make it difficult for Simon and River to stay hidden. Everything goes completely awry when a government assassin is sent to retrieve River. As Mal is forced to choose between his close-knit crew and the brother and sister newcomers, it becomes apparent that River harbors both a dangerous secret and astounding fighting powers, and Mal decides that discovering the truth about what she knows might just be worth his time. Many of the film's action sequences revolve around Summer Glau's martial arts skills in her portrayal of River. Glau prepared for her role with Hong Kong stuntwoman Ming Lu, as well as stunt coordinators Chad Stahelski and Hiro Koda, and as a result performed nearly all the stuntwork herself. In addition to the stellar stunts, realistic graphics, and an often haunting score, the film's actors display a rare chemistry that brings viewers both into their lives and into a possible version of humanity's future.   Actors Nathan Fillion, Gina Torres, Alan Tudyk, Morena Baccarin,"

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    • Universal Pictures UK

      Dr Seuss' The Lorax [DVD] [2012]

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      The imaginative world of Dr Seuss comes to life like never before in this visually spectacular adventure

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      £2.63

    • Universal Pictures UK

      What Dreams May Come [DVD] [1998]

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      "Chris Nielsen e sua moglie Annie sono legati da un amore illimitato. Hanno due figli che sono la loro gioia continua. Una mattina, come tutte le mattine, i due bambini salgono con la baby-sitter sulla macchina che li conduce a scuola. Ma stavolta non arrivano a destinazione: un incidente e i due ragazzi muoiono. Rimasti soli, Chris e Annie provano a continuare a vivere. Ma niente è più come prima. Annie perde l'equilibrio mentale ed è ricoverata in manicomio, poi faticosamente i due recuperano un certo equilibrio. Ma un giorno anche Chris muore, e trova ad attenderlo Albert, un giovane di colore, che lo guida nell'aldilà e gli dice: ""Tu non sei scomparso, sei solo morto"". Chris è felice di vedere che per lui il Cielo consiste nell'esistenza in uno dei magnifici dipinti di Annie. Gode della stupenda maestà di questo Mondo dipinto, pieno dei romantici ricordi che aveva diviso con lei. E, mentre pensa questo, ne sente la mancanza, vorrebbe averla ancora con sé. Viene a sapere che anche Annie è morta, ma si è suicidata e quindi per loro non c'è speranza di tornare insieme. Annie è andata all'inferno. Ma Chris non rinuncia, è deciso ad andare verso l'inferno e porta con sé il Tracker, filosofo e saggio dai comportamenti ambigui. Chris entra nell'inferno, passa sopra le teste dei condannati, ritrova infine Annie. La sua costanza ha avuto il premio. Nell'aldilà marito e moglie si riuniscono e capiscono che è il momento di ricominciare daccapo sulla Terra. Ecco allora un bambino e una bambina che si avvicinano e giocano nella grande New York."

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      £6.95

    • Universal Pictures UK

      Jaws [DVD] [1975]

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      "Seventies blockbuster movie, directed by Steven Spielberg. A large man-eating shark wreaks havoc off the coast of Long Island whilst local sheriff Martin Brody (Roy Scheider) finds himself caught between a panicking community and a town council eager to play down the reported deaths. However, the mounting bodycount cannot be ignored, so Brody heads off on a shark hunt, accompanied by marine biologist Matt Hooper (Richard Dreyfuss) and salty old sea-dog Quint (Robert Shaw). John Williams won an Oscar for his menacing score.<br/><br/>"

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    • Universal Pictures UK

      Peter Kay: Live at the Top of the Tower [DVD]

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      "For his first video Live at the Top of the Tower, Bolton comedian, actor and Channel 4 star Peter Kay returns to his roots--both as a stand up and by performing live in Blackpool, his childhood haunt. Bolstered by the acclaim heaped on his two television series (That Peter Kay Thing and Phoenix Nights), Kay is very much at the top of his game. Odd then that his live routine suffers from something of a false start, relying on characters from and references to his TV show and an awkward batch of jokes. Once settled though, Kay happily emerges as one of the funniest men in the country. His humour is fairly traditional in its sources but succeeds by its very universality. Much is made both of his family life and growing up in the 1980s, the reasons why he makes such a great guest on the rash of television shows dissecting the decade. His style will be very familiar to fans of Phoenix Nights (his words on the Northern club circuit: tomorrow's acts at yesterday's prices, today--are straight from his Brian Potter character) and his acting and writing have obviously been hugely influenced by his life as a stand up. He emerges from the video as a great visual comic, a brilliant mimic and an inspired observationalist--his piece on the perils of Teletext is one of the highlights. Those who have taken to the likes of Mark Park, Cheryl Avenue, Jerry Sinclair and Kay's countless other creations should not hesitate when it comes to Live at the Top of the Tower, nor should anyone else with a sense of humour. --Phil Udell"

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    • Universal Pictures UK

      "To Wong Foo, Thanks For Everything, Julie Newmar [DVD]"

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      "This clunky road movie about three drag queens (Patrick Swayze, Wesley Snipes, and John Leguziamo) who get stranded in a sleepy Nebraska town on their way to a beauty contest, is too uplifting for its own good. Released during drag's mid-90s heyday when RuPaul and the Wigstock documentary were all the rage, <I>To Wong Foo</I> aimed straight for the mainstream with its inoffensive camp and ""can't we all get along"" morality. While gay-activist groups howled about straights getting the lead roles in <I>To Wong Foo</I>, in the end the filmmakers really couldn't have done better than this trio of actors. John Leguziamo provides real sass and bite as a Latino (or should we saw Latina?) drag queen, and Wesley Snipes is surprisingly fierce as the imposing leader of the pack. Saddled with a cloying Southern accent and off-kilter wig, Patrick Swayze barely holds his own with his co-stars, though. <I>To Wong Foo</I> is best viewed as a cultural artefact of a time when it seemed as though drag could rule all tomorrow's parties. --<I>Ethan Brown, Amazon.com</I>"

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    • Universal Pictures UK

      Strange Days [DVD] [1996]

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      "James Cameron wrote the script for <I>Strange Days</I>, a not-so-futuristic science fiction tale about a former vice cop (Ralph Fiennes) who now sells addictive, virtual reality clips that allow a user to experience the recorded sensations of others. He becomes embroiled in a murder conspiracy, tries to save a former girlfriend (Juliette Lewis), and has a romance with his chauffeur and bodyguard (Angela Bassett). Cameron's ex-wife, director Kathryn Bigelow (<I>Point Break</I>), brought the whole, busy, violent enterprise to the screen, and while the film's socially relevant heart is in the right place, its excesses wear one out. Some of the casting doesn't quite click either: Fiennes isn't really right for his nervous role, and Lewis is annoying (and unbelievable as the hero's much-yearned-for former squeeze). Expect some ugly if daring moments with the virtual reality stuff. --<I>Tom Keogh, Amazon.com</I>"

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      £3.00