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Sainsbury's In-Store - 3 for 18 quid

MRH_69

Standard Member
Not a massive selection, but picked up the following:-

Casablanca 2 disc (EAN = 321900 656818)
Downfall 2 disc (EAN = 060049 147093
Little Britain Series 1 (EAN = 014503 149420)

I await the posts that say, "you could have got X,Y, Z cheaper elsewhere" :)
 

KevD

Distinguished Member
MRH_69 said:
I await the posts that say, "you could have got X,Y, Z cheaper elsewhere" :)
I think you would be doing well to get all those for less than what you paid, the cheapest is about £7 each. And you didnt have to wait for delivery :)
However I am sure Partyweb will be able to pull out some crazy deals from somewhere with various links and voucher ;)
 

partyweb

Distinguished Member
KevD said:
...However I am sure Partyweb will be able to pull out some crazy deals from somewhere with various links and voucher ;)

Nah, KevD, you've done better than me. Best I could do was a combined price of about £23 :D

MRH_69, can you remember what other bargains were in the sale?
 

partyweb

Distinguished Member
Hmmm, could be very tempted by the following 3 for £18:

Kung Fu Hustle
The Cave
National Treasure

:thumbsup: Ok I 'caved' in :rolleyes: and ordered the above.
 

partyweb

Distinguished Member
smashed said:
Have you seen National Treasure and The Cave Partyweb ? :rolleyes:

No, but I do enjoy the odd no-brains-no-story-action-popcorn-movie from time to time & from what I've read there's extreme mixed revews of both so @ £6 each it's worth the risk. :smashin:
 

partyweb

Distinguished Member

partyweb

Distinguished Member
KevD said:
I think it suffered a bit from being released at the same time as The Descent which was a much better film. However, I thought The Cave was enjoyable :thumbsup:

:smashin: Cheers KevD, that sums up what I'd read about it too.
 
C

Chumpy

Guest
It's an old 80's movie, so the image has been remastered and sound with DTS. I'd like to say I've watched my copy, but my trusty old Pioneer 717's are playing up with this disc and I haven't yet.

It's not an HD, Blu-Ray, or WMV-HD Disk if that's what you're thinking.
 

New Start Neil

Distinguished Member
Chumpy said:
It's an old 80's movie, so the image has been remastered and sound with DTS. I'd like to say I've watched my copy, but my trusty old Pioneer 717's are playing up with this disc and I haven't yet.

It's not an HD, Blu-Ray, or WMV-HD Disk if that's what you're thinking.

I was just wondering if it was worth a purchase!?

I've got the original single DVD release & I love the film, but is it worth getting this 'special' edition?

Thanks for your help. :thumbsup:
 

smashed

Prominent Member
I like Cage films... and I like Bruckheimers etc...
but National Treasure was just dull to be honest and a real letdown :(

Hope you enjoy it more.
 

partyweb

Distinguished Member
Azzin said:
I was just wondering if it was worth a purchase!?

I've got the original single DVD release & I love the film, but is it worth getting this 'special' edition?

Thanks for your help. :thumbsup:

:smashin: Compare the differences here:
http://www.dvdcompare.net/comparisons/film.php?fid=2277

I've got the R2 SE and as well as the extras it came with a nice 8 page booklet and a shiny embossed slipcover. Dunno if that helps sway you.
 

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