Band Of Brothers - Complete HBO Series commemorative gift set (6 Disc Box Set) - £13.97 delivered @ Amazon ! - HotUKDeals
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Amazon.co.uk Review
A genuinely epic achievement, the 10-part World War II drama Band of Brothers is a television series that makes big-screen Hollywood war movies look small in comparison. Based on the book by historian Stephen Ambrose, the series follows the US 101st Airborne Division's "Easy" E-Company from initial training through D-Day and across Holland, Belgium, Germany and Austria until the end of the war. Coproduced by Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks, the series take its initial inspiration from Saving Private Ryan and borrows that film's visceral visual approach to combat scenes using hand-held camerawork and de-saturated photography. But where Band of Brothers excels is in its scrupulous attention to the realities of military life (retired US Marine Captain Dale Dye, who also co-stars, is the man to credit).
After the high drama of the parachute drop on D-Day, Easy's greatest trial comes during the Battle of the Bulge, when they are besieged at Bastogne in the depths of winter. In one of the most harrowing and credible depictions of war ever committed to film we see the men enduring the repeated artillery attacks of the German forces and experience, if only vicariously, some of the sheer terror of the assault, while being humbled by the soldiers' courage and determination. Such feelings are enhanced by the series' masterstroke--bookend interviews with the surviving members of Easy Company, who talk with barely suppressed emotion of the experiences we see recreated. The endorsement of these veterans elevates Band of Brothers beyond any mere "war film"--its extraordinary achievement is that it shows the horror and savagery of war without gloss or jingoism, and yet celebrates the fraternal bonds and dogged heroism of the men who fought.
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#1
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#2
I am sorry but this is cold for me...the blueray version sells for around £15-17 every now and then so the DVD set should be way less than £10
#3
sam1970
I am sorry but this is cold for me...the blueray version sells for around £15-17 every now and then so the DVD set should be way less than £10


+1
#4
ANd if you dont want the bluray version......
#5
Cost £20 when I bought it on DVD and I thought that was hot. Who cares if it's not Blu Ray. Any good series or movie holds it own with the storytelling and dialogue. HOT!
#6
sam1970
I am sorry but this is cold for me...the blueray version sells for around £15-17 every now and then so the DVD set should be way less than £10


I dont have a bluray player, and I cant see myself ever owning one.

Therefore I vote your comment cold, and this deal HOT!
banned#7
It regularly used to be found for a tenner.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/370043/band-of-brothers-box-set-6-discs-9-

So best price available at the moment, but not that good a deal.
#8
I paid £20 for this not so long back...Hot from me
#9
just what i was after.thanks x
#10
sam1970
I am sorry but this is cold for me...the blueray version sells for around £15-17 every now and then so the DVD set should be way less than £10


me to.
#11
Wonderful series, really a must-watch, the various characters are amazing and the end is a heart warming experience. Highly recommended.
#12
2Thumbs;7139456
I dont have a bluray player, and I cant see myself ever owning one.

Therefore I vote your comment cold, and this deal HOT!

I feel sorry for you...you dont know what you are missing:whistling:
#13
Best mini-series ever. Fantastic price.
#14
sam1970
I feel sorry for you...you dont know what you are missing:whistling:


Ignorance is bliss I s'pose. ;-)
banned#15
Alright for 360 owners I suppose
#16
sam1970
I feel sorry for you...you dont know what you are missing:whistling:


+1 from me, he's missin' out!

Definteily worth the extra £5 for the Bluray version, the upgrade is both picture and sound quality is rather amazing.

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