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In a legendary time of heroes, the mighty warrior Beowulf battles the demon Grendel and susequently incurs the hellish wrath of the beasts ruthlessly seductive mother. Their epic clash forges the timeless legend of Beowulf.
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#1
Excellent film. If you have a blu-ray player I'd highly recommend paying the extra for this in high-def. Great find though!
#2
really want this in hd dvd but cant find it cheap anywhere
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dandoc2;3006836
really want this in hd dvd but cant find it cheap anywhere


Amazon Marketplace has a US Import for just over £11 [New & inc. Postage] :)

or a couple on fleabay:
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Amazon Marketplace has a US Import for just over £11 [New & inc. Postage] :)

or a couple on fleabay:
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We dont compare prices with marketplace / private sellers and no links to ebay allowed :)
#5
Now I told you this would be worth buying at a fiver a couple of months down the line. :roll: Thanks to OP, I've been waiting patiently. This was my favourite book as a child, Let's hope all of the negative reviews I've seen are woefully mistaken!!!!:oops::whistling:
#6
god this film sucks cake exit. avoid.
#7
RiKx
god this film sucks cake exit. avoid.


I haven't got a clue why you would say it sucks (an Americanism by the way). The film is a good old fashioned story, with a good beginning, middle and end, and the animation is fantastic. I would love to see this on HD/Blu-Ray. I know everyone's entitled to an opinion but this film is NOT craap.

(By the way, I'm sick and tired of spelling craap wrongly just because HUKD THINK that craap is a swear word, expletive, or offensive. It isn't in the UK, so why bother censoring a non-swear word? Perhaps you really think it is due to lack of education?)
#8
paulace
I haven't got a clue why you would say it sucks (an Americanism by the way). The film is a good old fashioned story, with a good beginning, middle and end, and the animation is fantastic. I would love to see this on HD/Blu-Ray. I know everyone's entitled to an opinion but this film is NOT craap.

(By the way, I'm sick and tired of spelling craap wrongly just because HUKD THINK that craap is a swear word, expletive, or offensive. It isn't in the UK, so why bother censoring a non-swear word? Perhaps you really think it is due to lack of education?)


Craap' is vulgar, but less so than 'sh*t'. In addition to 'excrement', it can be used to mean 'stuff' or 'things'. Like ****, it may also be used as an adjective: a Brit might describe something as being craap or craappy, in the same way they might describe something slightly worse as **** or ******. There are two possible origins for the word. The word has links to the Middle English for chaff, and the Middle Dutch 'to tear off' which is more suitable than ever in these days of velvet-soft toilet tissue. A second possible origin is the Victorian plumber named Thomas Crapper who gave the world the syphonic flush: British Standard 7357 (1990) still requires that 'Cisterns shall be supplied with an efficient flushing apparatus of the valveless syphonic type which prevents the waste of water.' Crapper left his name not only on toilet cisterns, but also on manhole covers across southern England. And thus a crapper is a toilet, and not the person who uses it.

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Craap is obsolete slang for money, which is presumably the origin of the Craps game. So an American might 'throw a ****', that is they might throw a seven while trying to make a point. These American usages leaves Brits either s******ing or confused or both.
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Craap is a noun rather than a verb, and Brits will 'have a ****', except when they are afraid, then they are '******** it'.
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Confusingly 'crapulence' (from the Latin for being drunk) is sickness caused by heavy drinking. However it often also involves toilets.

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Here's a clue as too why it sucks (American you say, well that's a revelation.....-rolls eyes- ) -
never said anything about the story, which is in it's original form fine. This however is poorly acted, uninteresting, boring, typical Zemeckis diatripe and a complete waste of $150 million that it reportedly cost. The only reason i didn't walk out is that i was with someone, although afterwards i found out that they wanted to do the same. I'd rather sit through Troy again that watch this. Actually i take that back - nothings THAT bad except the english patient....
#9
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eh.....what.....when.....?
Liked this film when we saw it at the cinema in 3D. A little bit weird and unsettling in places...and then there's Angelina Jolie of course.....*dribble* Worth a punt at £5.

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