Another good HMV triple pack for the kids this time.
Play.com = £14.99
Elf (Dir. Jon Favreau, 2003): After inadvertently wreaking havoc on the elf community due to his ungainly size, a man raised as an elf at the North Pole is sent to the U.S. in search of his true identity. This charming fantasy is packed full of hysterically funny moments and is destined to be a future classic!
Around The World In 80 Days (Dir. Frank Coraci, 2004): Multi-skilled Chinese thief Lau Xing (Jackie Chan) has stolen a valuable jade Buddha. In order to evade detection from the authorities he adopts the name Passepartout and enters the service of Phileas Fogg (Steve Coogan), an English gentleman obsessed by time who likes to dabble as an inventor.
Upon a wager with his fellow members of a London gentleman's club that he can traverse the globe in 80 days or less, Fogg and trusty Passepartout (often using his extraordinary martial arts skills to get them out of trouble) set out on an extraordinary journey around the world using whatever weird and wonderful mode of transport available. However, the London police have mistakenly identified Fogg as the perpetrator of a bank robbery and a dogged detective is in close pursuit...
Boo, Zino And The Snurks (Dir. Lenard Fritz Krawinkel and Holger Tappe, 2004): German animation with featuring the voice of Captain Jean Luc-Picard!
When Gaya's power stone, the Dalamite, is stolen by the diabolical scientist Professor N. Icely (Lander) using his vortex machine, local hero Zino (Wrage), his trusted companion Boo (Mariot), the major's daughter Alanta (Watson) and the local trouble makers The Snurks are pulled into the swirling vortex as well. They awake to find themselves in a strange world filled with giants, monster rats and buildings that reach into the sky. Realising they are not in Gaya anymore, the group are shocked to discover that Gaya is not real but their homeland and themselves are in fact the creation of Albert Drollinger (Stewart) and have been pulled out of a TV show!