Discussion in 'Shopping, Deals, Discounts & Bargains' started by Barrovian, Feb 16, 2004.
£14.99 in store at Morrisons, if anyone is interested, as is 'Underworld'
Underworld £11.99 blackstar.co.uk
Yes, but I'm referring to in store High St prices, not online prices.
£7 with staff discount
Yes, but most people on here will find it easier to order online especially if its £3-4 cheaper
is league..... any good? the trailers look quite good n i'm into that kind of stuff but is the story any good? lol, coming from me who watches the fight scenes with surround sound right up in his bed room 24/7. the trailer dosent tell you much i dont think.
It has been slated in every review I've seen; I still want to see it just because it looks like something I'd like.
£20:00 at Woolies if you let them keep the change
LXG 2-disc £14.87 in Asda. Still not cheap enough to tempt me to buy it though. As mentioned earlier I haven't seen one good or even mediocre review of this film.
Its not the type of film that u need to have your brain switched on....
......I would not buy the film but rent it out which is what i did.....the film itself is not brilliant but i have seen a lot worse.
Good sound & picture on the dvd......storyline and production lets it down though....but lets not turn this into a review....at the end of the day...all films are down to personal taste!!
If it's not good it won't sell and it'll be cheap as chips in a few weeks.
My family and I love this film...
If you even vaguely have a passing interest in the comics (like, if one page flew by in a gust of wind once last year and you saw just a single panel) you'd think it's a gutless, nonsensical travesty.
It makes From Hell look like a masterpiece, and that sucked wet farts from various dead primates.
Avoid, unless it's in a bargain bin for £1.99 and you're curious about the extras (which are supposed to merely adequate).
I'd prefer it if the second disc came with an hour-long apology (direct to camera) from Sir Sean of Connery and Steve ("I directed Blade, you know, and a Rutger hauer film once") Norrington.
Shambolic and stoopid. Alan Moore must only sell the rights to these things because he needs a green vest made of dollar bills.
You like your comics then!!
Don't hold your feelings back Anephric
and what...pray...is wrong with From Hell?
I really liked it.
getting a little off thread here...sorry
I wouldn't even buy LXG if it was 99p in a bargain bin and I needed a replacement Amray case for another disc. I'd just be ashamed. It's truly, truly dreadful. Not even fun in a brainless way. The only worse film I've seen this year is House of the Dead
So nobody but GrahamC really liked this then
And I had such high hopes!!!!
My mate's obsessed with the game of this and he soooooo wants to see the film.
"Dogs of the AMS: time they made a move!!!"
Heh heh heh! Heh heh heh!
By the by, From Hell (the movie) is a cliched, wimped-out gutting of a complex, labyrinthine treatise on the nature of evil and violence towards women told (primarily) from the Ripper's point of view: why bother to make a film of this when all you're going to do is make a worse version of Murder by Decree and (god forbid) the Jack the Ripper tv series with Sir Micklewhite? And try to turn it into a pants whodunnit?
Again, I intone -- stoopid! And Johnny Depp's accent (and i normally like the Deppster) Objection, your honour!!
Well.... ..... to you cos' I liked it.......
Rented and watched LXG last night and............it 'sucked like an electrolux'. Worst film I've had the displeasure to see all year and I'm not a comic fan/purist...........absoulute drivel. It takes a lot for me to switch a movie off halfway through but I came VERY, VERY, close last night....I'm talking fingers hovering over the RC button.......oooh so close.......If I got this for Xmas I'd strike the sender off my Xmas card list for eternity, even if it was my own Mother............................
Closing this thread now as its more of a discussion on the merits of this film
There is a thread on DVD talk discussing this film
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