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Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (15th Anniversary Edition) [Blu-ray+HDUV] £6.00 in store @ Fopp (also in £5 for £30 @ Hmv)

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Only released last week, thought this was a decent price. Next cheapest appears to be Zoom (£9 w/code). Also in the 5 for £30 @ Hmv Yu Shu Lien (Michelle Yeoh) has been charged with bringing the Gr…
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Quick summary of what's special versus the previous HD releases?
See review in comment #1 :)

Thanks. I was hoping for something less "professional" and more unbiased. I stopped reading that site years ago. Like, have they "fixed" the awful subtitle translations. I know of at least three different sets of subs (online, Region 4 DVD and BluRay) that even when you ignore the idiomatic nature they all give very different meaning to many scenes. And I don't speak Mandarin.

Edited By: PeterGalbavy on Nov 08, 2016 12:33
PeterGalbavy
Quick summary of what's special versus the previous HD releases?

See review in comment #1 :)
Quick summary of what's special versus the previous HD releases?
decided to expire this at least 'til Sony start shipping the correct disc (see above comments)
Heat for the price but my god what an ugly cover lol
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The Hangover Trilogy [Blu-ray] £7.00 in store @ Fopp

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Spotted in M/cr Comedy trilogy from director Todd Phillips. In 'The Hangover' (2009) Ed Helms, Bradley Cooper and Zach Galifianakis star as three friends who lose their best friend, Doug (Justin Ba…
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I feel the opportunity to start the one liners/quotes. "Who let the dogs out". :-)
1st great.... next two ......coasters
good find op, heat added :)
http://i.imgur.com/UOvIIbil.jpg

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None of these in Poundland though. Hot.

Mrs just came back with a bag full of them for me from the Covent Garden branch.
sam_of_london
Many blue ray are only £1 in Poundland


​Many blu-rays are too :)
Cheers Fuzzy. Just picked up American Hustle, Moon and TGWTDT for £3 each as well as Futureworld (£5) and It (£7 with uv copy). Heat.
CharlesCalthrop
sam_of_london
Many blue ray are only £1 in Poundland

And all of them are Twilight films in my branch..


​They get sold out very fast. I have got lots of different ones from them
Wish we had a Fopp (Newcastle)
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Slightly off the path but Hellraiser Trilogy Blu-ray is available at Sainsbury's (Charlton at any rate) for £20. No idea if it's national


Looks like it is as picked up the only available copy in Truro store this morning
black sunday aka The mask of satan is superb :) one of my fave bava movies :)
Not as cheap, but may save you travelling to a Fopp store...

[ http://store.hmv.com/film-tv/hmv-loves-arrow-academy-on-blu-ray ]
Awful looking films...
Damn we have no Fopp anywhere near me.
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The Firm: Special Collectors Edition (Blu-ray) £8.00 in store @ fopp

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Appears to be at least a tenner at most other places. although also in the 3 for £20 @ Amazon which makes it slightly cheaper for those who prefer them. This also includes Clarke's 1989 drama 'Ele…
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A cup of tea would have been nice
Symptoms is the same price, so I'll probably pick that up (I can wait a bit longer to get The Firm/Elephant).

I think Culloden/The War Game and Farewell My Concubine are the same price too...not bad! But Flipside titles of late have been a bit pricier on releae (£12.99), so £8 is a good £5 saving.
Never realised how short this film actually was till recently, only about an hour long
I'll never forget the scene where his son puts the razor blade in his mouth :-o
I think all estate agents model themselves on Bex
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Stephen King's It Blu-ray (and ultraviolet) £6.00 at Fopp

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Spotted at Fopp Nottingham but likely to be National. If not will update post accordingly.
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The film is OK, but the novel is brilliant - King at his best. Ending is a disappointment though.
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fuzzydunlop
Worth noting this should be £7 not £6 (they changed the stickers from £6 to £7 in the one near me) though they should honour it if it's the wrong sticker though
​thats bizarre it scanned through as £6 when I bought one and staff made no mention of it. Will amend post if others confirm this. Cheers

Hi bought it yesterday and in fairness many had the 6 quid sticker still visible underneath so perhaps store specific. Here's my local (heat from me btw)

http://i.imgur.com/8nMpoY3h.jpg
fuzzydunlop
Worth noting this should be £7 not £6 (they changed the stickers from £6 to £7 in the one near me) though they should honour it if it's the wrong sticker though


​thats bizarre it scanned through as £6 when I bought one and staff made no mention of it. Will amend post if others confirm this. Cheers
NeoTrix
Do they all float?
They all float down the river X)
Do they all float?
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I, Robot 3D Blu-Ray (Inc 2D Blu-Ray) - £3.00 - Plus others @ FOPP Instore

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'I, Robot 3D' found at Fopp in Nottingham for £3. Great price for a 3D Blu-Ray - that's only £1 per dimension. I have absolutely no idea why someone thought 'I, Robot' needed the 3D post conversion tr…
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Thanks mate, picked one up this morning after a good look around. Wasnt a single one in the 3d blu ray section. There was some bargains tho.
21 and 22 jump street blu rays, both £4 along with 2 percy jackson and ice age 3 and 4 movies at £4 per box set.

Glad you got some bargains. Totally forgot about Ice Age, will add that to the listing.
Thanks mate, picked one up this morning after a good look around. Wasnt a single one in the 3d blu ray section. There was some bargains tho.

21 and 22 jump street blu rays, both £4 along with 2 percy jackson and ice age 3 and 4 movies at £4 per box set.
Oh nice! Need to get the train station in the morning, will leave a little earlier and will pop in! Thanks op!
Oh yay,will smith being will smith,again
Been this price for a month or two now. The conversion is just ok but still, great price for a 3d bluray of a watchable film. Heat btw.
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The Raid 1 & 2 Blu ray Fopp Nottingham £6.00

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Two awesome movies together for 6 quid. Currently 8.99 on Amazon.
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Awesome films
great! thank OP
Great movies.
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La Grande Illusion (Studio Canal Collection) [Blu-ray] £6.00 in store @ Fopp

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Usually at least twice this price, cheapest I've seen it During WWI, three French officers are captured. Captain De Boeldieu is an aristocrat while Lieutenant Marechal was a mechanic in civilian li…
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Did you see any other of these StudioCanal Collection titles for about the same price, Fuzzy? I already have this one - as well as Breathless, Pierrot Le Fou, Le Cercle Rouge, Army of Shadows, Belle de Jour, That Obscure Object of Desire, and Mulholland Drive - but I'm still after these ones in particular for a good price (generally £10-15 elsewhere): Le Quai Des Brumes, Le Mépris, Last Year in Marienbad, The Trial, The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum, The Servant, The Go-Between, The Pianist
And maybe these too (of which I have the Amaray editions but they're annoyingly bare bones): The Deer Hunter, The Elephant Man, The Ladykillers, Delicatessen, The Graduate
Stupidly I remember buying a few of the above in Fopp a couple of year sago, but ignoring Le Mépris and The Elephant Man for some reason. Think I just had bought too many that day and couldn't get them all, but regret not getting Le Mépris specifically! Now I'll have to keep an eye out, or wait for the Godard box set to fall in price.
Sorry, the only other one I noticed was Breathless (which has been on offer many times). Re The Ladykillers; I know it's not particularly cheap but is the 3rd release from last year bare bones also (?)
I don't think so, cause they rebranded it as a Vintage Classics title with new artwork, so I imagine it's essentially the exact same disc from the StudioCanal Collection release (i.e. the same transfer and extras, but possibly with a new disc menu to rebrand it as Vintage Classics).
Shame I didn't know mine was barebones until I finally watched it - and I honestly don't understand why StudioCanal decided to re-author completely new discs just to remove the extras! Luckily I realised for Mulholland Drive (I used to have the barebones Amaray release but managed to get the digibook in Fopp at some point) but I still have annoyingly barebones editions of The Deer Hunter, The Elephant Man, Delicatessen and The Graduate (all from the HMV 5 for £30 offer, since the digibooks were expensive and hard to find at the time...and still often are).
Thanks I only ask as I bought the new version recently but haven't checked it yet. I have The Deer Hunter digibook but think it only adds a commentary (I could be wrong).
I think that's the case anyway! Look on the back maybe?
Nah, The Deer Hunter digibook disc has a bunch of extras apparently: http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/The-Deer-Hunter-Blu-ray/5813/#Review
Should be okay though.The Graduate has been restored recently so might get a new disc from StudioCanal, and I reckon The Deer Hunter and maybe even The Elephant Man will get the same sometime in the near future (at least in the next few years).

Here's the back of the Ladykillers hope it helps (couldn't find anything online) ...

http://i.imgur.com/IFYKKAd.jpg
fuzzydunlop
velocirapta
fuzzydunlop
velocirapta
Did you see any other of these StudioCanal Collection titles for about the same price, Fuzzy? I already have this one - as well as Breathless, Pierrot Le Fou, Le Cercle Rouge, Army of Shadows, Belle de Jour, That Obscure Object of Desire, and Mulholland Drive - but I'm still after these ones in particular for a good price (generally £10-15 elsewhere): Le Quai Des Brumes, Le Mépris, Last Year in Marienbad, The Trial, The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum, The Servant, The Go-Between, The Pianist
And maybe these too (of which I have the Amaray editions but they're annoyingly bare bones): The Deer Hunter, The Elephant Man, The Ladykillers, Delicatessen, The Graduate
Stupidly I remember buying a few of the above in Fopp a couple of year sago, but ignoring Le Mépris and The Elephant Man for some reason. Think I just had bought too many that day and couldn't get them all, but regret not getting Le Mépris specifically! Now I'll have to keep an eye out, or wait for the Godard box set to fall in price.
Sorry, the only other one I noticed was Breathless (which has been on offer many times). Re The Ladykillers; I know it's not particularly cheap but is the 3rd release from last year bare bones also (?)
I don't think so, cause they rebranded it as a Vintage Classics title with new artwork, so I imagine it's essentially the exact same disc from the StudioCanal Collection release (i.e. the same transfer and extras, but possibly with a new disc menu to rebrand it as Vintage Classics).
Shame I didn't know mine was barebones until I finally watched it - and I honestly don't understand why StudioCanal decided to re-author completely new discs just to remove the extras! Luckily I realised for Mulholland Drive (I used to have the barebones Amaray release but managed to get the digibook in Fopp at some point) but I still have annoyingly barebones editions of The Deer Hunter, The Elephant Man, Delicatessen and The Graduate (all from the HMV 5 for £30 offer, since the digibooks were expensive and hard to find at the time...and still often are).
Thanks I only ask as I bought the new version recently but haven't checked it yet. I have The Deer Hunter digibook but think it only adds a commentary (I could be wrong).

I think that's the case anyway! Look on the back maybe?

Nah, The Deer Hunter digibook disc has a bunch of extras apparently: http://www.blu-ray.com/movies/The-Deer-Hunter-Blu-ray/5813/#Review

Should be okay though.The Graduate has been restored recently so might get a new disc from StudioCanal, and I reckon The Deer Hunter and maybe even The Elephant Man will get the same sometime in the near future (at least in the next few years).
velocirapta
fuzzydunlop
velocirapta
Did you see any other of these StudioCanal Collection titles for about the same price, Fuzzy? I already have this one - as well as Breathless, Pierrot Le Fou, Le Cercle Rouge, Army of Shadows, Belle de Jour, That Obscure Object of Desire, and Mulholland Drive - but I'm still after these ones in particular for a good price (generally £10-15 elsewhere): Le Quai Des Brumes, Le Mépris, Last Year in Marienbad, The Trial, The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum, The Servant, The Go-Between, The Pianist
And maybe these too (of which I have the Amaray editions but they're annoyingly bare bones): The Deer Hunter, The Elephant Man, The Ladykillers, Delicatessen, The Graduate
Stupidly I remember buying a few of the above in Fopp a couple of year sago, but ignoring Le Mépris and The Elephant Man for some reason. Think I just had bought too many that day and couldn't get them all, but regret not getting Le Mépris specifically! Now I'll have to keep an eye out, or wait for the Godard box set to fall in price.
Sorry, the only other one I noticed was Breathless (which has been on offer many times). Re The Ladykillers; I know it's not particularly cheap but is the 3rd release from last year bare bones also (?)
I don't think so, cause they rebranded it as a Vintage Classics title with new artwork, so I imagine it's essentially the exact same disc from the StudioCanal Collection release (i.e. the same transfer and extras, but possibly with a new disc menu to rebrand it as Vintage Classics).
Shame I didn't know mine was barebones until I finally watched it - and I honestly don't understand why StudioCanal decided to re-author completely new discs just to remove the extras! Luckily I realised for Mulholland Drive (I used to have the barebones Amaray release but managed to get the digibook in Fopp at some point) but I still have annoyingly barebones editions of The Deer Hunter, The Elephant Man, Delicatessen and The Graduate (all from the HMV 5 for £30 offer, since the digibooks were expensive and hard to find at the time...and still often are).

Thanks I only ask as I bought the new version recently but haven't checked it yet. I have The Deer Hunter digibook but think it only adds a commentary (I could be wrong).
fuzzydunlop
velocirapta
Did you see any other of these StudioCanal Collection titles for about the same price, Fuzzy? I already have this one - as well as Breathless, Pierrot Le Fou, Le Cercle Rouge, Army of Shadows, Belle de Jour, That Obscure Object of Desire, and Mulholland Drive - but I'm still after these ones in particular for a good price (generally £10-15 elsewhere): Le Quai Des Brumes, Le Mépris, Last Year in Marienbad, The Trial, The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum, The Servant, The Go-Between, The Pianist
And maybe these too (of which I have the Amaray editions but they're annoyingly bare bones): The Deer Hunter, The Elephant Man, The Ladykillers, Delicatessen, The Graduate
Stupidly I remember buying a few of the above in Fopp a couple of year sago, but ignoring Le Mépris and The Elephant Man for some reason. Think I just had bought too many that day and couldn't get them all, but regret not getting Le Mépris specifically! Now I'll have to keep an eye out, or wait for the Godard box set to fall in price.
Sorry, the only other one I noticed was Breathless (which has been on offer many times). Re The Ladykillers; I know it's not particularly cheap but is the 3rd release from last year bare bones also (?)

I don't think so, cause they rebranded it as a Vintage Classics title with new artwork, so I imagine it's essentially the exact same disc from the StudioCanal Collection release (i.e. the same transfer and extras, but possibly with a new disc menu to rebrand it as Vintage Classics).

Shame I didn't know mine was barebones until I finally watched it - and I honestly don't understand why StudioCanal decided to re-author completely new discs just to remove the extras! Luckily I realised for Mulholland Drive (I used to have the barebones Amaray release but managed to get the digibook in Fopp at some point) but I still have annoyingly barebones editions of The Deer Hunter, The Elephant Man, Delicatessen and The Graduate (all from the HMV 5 for £30 offer, since the digibooks were expensive and hard to find at the time...and still often are).
velocirapta
Did you see any other of these StudioCanal Collection titles for about the same price, Fuzzy? I already have this one - as well as Breathless, Pierrot Le Fou, Le Cercle Rouge, Army of Shadows, Belle de Jour, That Obscure Object of Desire, and Mulholland Drive - but I'm still after these ones in particular for a good price (generally £10-15 elsewhere): Le Quai Des Brumes, Le Mépris, Last Year in Marienbad, The Trial, The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum, The Servant, The Go-Between, The Pianist
And maybe these too (of which I have the Amaray editions but they're annoyingly bare bones): The Deer Hunter, The Elephant Man, The Ladykillers, Delicatessen, The Graduate
Stupidly I remember buying a few of the above in Fopp a couple of year sago, but ignoring Le Mépris and The Elephant Man for some reason. Think I just had bought too many that day and couldn't get them all, but regret not getting Le Mépris specifically! Now I'll have to keep an eye out, or wait for the Godard box set to fall in price.

Sorry, the only other one I noticed was Breathless (which has been on offer many times). Re The Ladykillers; I know it's not particularly cheap but is the 3rd release from last year bare bones also (?)
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The Wave [Blu-ray] £6.00 in store @ Fopp

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In 1905, a tsunami devastates a small mountain town. Scientists know it will happen again - it's only a matter of when. Present day - as one man prepares to move from his hometown with his family, his…
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this is worth the price as its one of the more realistic disaster movies :)
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Another great movie in a simialr vein:http://gb.imdb.com/title/tt1675192/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_31
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Another great movie in a simialr vein:

http://gb.imdb.com/title/tt1675192/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_31
good find op, a must see,heat added :)
Superb film, superb price - heated OP>
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Commando Directors Cut Blu Ray £6.00 @ Fopp - Manchester

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Been waiting for this to go cheaper online but it's been at the £8-10 mark and saw this in Fopp in Manchester for £6 which was definitely the cheapest I've seen it. Product Description Arnold Sc…
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Sicario [Blu-ray+HD UV] £6.00 in store @ Fopp

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One of the best films of last year in my opinion. Also in Hmv's 5 for £30 (in store) Emily Blunt, Benicio del Toro and Josh Brolin star in this action thriller from director Denis Villeneuve. F…
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Got this for 5 on blu ray.

Awful film in my opinion.

My god did it drag on
Film has a great start but then it sort of dies. watched on Netflix would not recommend to buy but good price
It was incredible and intense cinematic fair - that soundtrack!

I loved it. Hot from me.
one of my favourite film's of last year and many years. tense and nerve wracking at times. adored it in the cinema
Obviously not for everyone but was 10/10 for me.
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Kelly Reichardt Collection [Blu-ray] £15.00 in store @ Fopp

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A fiver a film, not seen it this cheap (I believe 'Meek's Cutoff' can't be had its own either.) This essential collection brings together for the first time on Blu-Ray the three films that helped
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Any idea if the Jarmusch box set is on sale there too?

I don't think so mate, will be popping in this afternoon though so will have a look
Any idea if the Jarmusch box set is on sale there too?
Very good price, and one of my favourite filmmakers working today. Worth getting her recent film Night Moves as well, which was hugely overlooked when it came out (but was one of my favourite films of that year).

Also very much worth getting the Jim Jarmusch box set from Soda as well. Wish they would do more box sets like these but I guess they're not that strong sellers...which is a massive shame as these are two of the best US directors around and their films are always beautiful.
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Dead Man (Steelbook Edition) [Blu-ray] £10.00 in store @ Fopp

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Great looking steelbook (spotted in M/cr) In nineteenth century America, William Blake (Johnny Depp) travels West to take up a position at Dickinson's metal works, only to find that the vacancy has…
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Zavvi selling this as a 'Zavvi exclusive' for £12.99
Would love to get this but already have the box set. Great film though, in fact it might be Johnny Depp's best performance. Such a strange and unique film, even amongst Jarmusch's filmography.
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21 & 22 Jump Street Blu ray Fopp Nottingham £3.00

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Great deal IMO, 2 good films on Blu ray, great bit of craic for 3 quid
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Also spotted in Fopp Cambridge Circus/Shaftsbury Avenue. They also have loads of other decent blu ray titles for £3 - though obviously this being two films, it's the hottest deal!
Good price. But if you're lucky, you may find it for £1 in Poundland.
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Tales Of Hoffmann - Special Edition (Studio Canal) [Blu-ray] + many more SC Vintage Classic titles £10.00 in store @ Fopp

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Only released a few months back this is the lowest I've seen this. Loads of other Vintage Classic titles for the same price (pics in first couple of posts) The Tales of Hoffmann has been beautifull…
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Shadows (The John Cassavetes Collection) (Blu-ray+DVD ) £6.00 in Fopp

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A tad niche perhaps but I don't think I've seen this for less. They also had 'Opening Night', 'A Woman Under the Influence'and 'Faces' for the same price (also by Cassavetes) Dual Format Edition co…
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Great price...hope it doesn't mean it's going OOP and they're trying to get rid of the last copies. I still need both Faces and Opening Night, but not gonna be near a Fopp anytime soon!

BTW, for any Cassavetes fans, the Limited 3-Disc Edition of The Killing of a Chinese Bookie is knocking about for £8-ish various places online. I got one recently, and even though the corners of the slipcover was a little bashed-up, the third disc is worth getting. Rare short films you probably will never see elsewhere, and not in the standard 2-Disc edition.
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Straight outta Compton Blu Ray £6.00 @ fopp

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cheapest I've seen it worse comes to it get £4 cash £5 trade at cex. Was at fopp Manchester store
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Straight Outta Europe lol heat added
Also part of 2 for £12 with Zoom.co.uk then 10% off with code SIGNUP10 so £10.80 delivered.
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Nufcno9
how much Is it to borrow someone sky go account who pays all the channels?
I don't know.How much it is to borrow someone's Sky Go account?......wait there is this a joke? Is the punchline coming next?

Yeah there is, it's:

These people have the vote.
I can't stand rap music but, although I've no idea how accurate to the truth this movie is, it's a damn great watch and had me listening to the first few tracks of the album for a few days.
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how much Is it to borrow someone sky go account who pays all the channels?
I don't know.How much it is to borrow someone's Sky Go account?......wait there is this a joke? Is the punchline coming next?
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blu Ray homeland season 1+2 £5.00 @ fopp

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Seems Good price for two seasons and new
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Totally great series. This is the first series I went out of my way to watch since Grange Hill. Shows what I think of most tv.
polskasweetiepie
how many season are there now...6?

Five at the moment. Season 6 will air in early 2017 I think. Season 7 is a possibility also.
how many season are there now...6?
Worth it just for season one. (Season two is not so good.)
best 5 quid you would ever spend on a tv programme.
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Senna - Triple Play (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy) £3.00 in store @ Fopp

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Had a fair few copies in Manchester, the single disc version is usually considerably more than this Senna is the true story of Brazilian motor-racing legend, Ayrton Senna, whom many believe was the…
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Knew Senna in his FF/F3 days, his car control in the wet was unreal even back then. He was a legend in his own lifetime and a very generous and likeable man off the track.
Any chance someone could pick up a copy for me if it isn't too much trouble please? Obviously I'll cover the purchase and postage charges, thank you.
Less than a fiver on ebay.co.uk

Thanks, picked up a copy.
ajaybhadresa
Hiya,
There weren't any left when I went today. Sorry!
DrapedINDarkness
ajaybhadresa
Jagsingh29
No Fopp near me :( Can someone buy for me and I'd happy pay for it plus postage costs?
Hi mate,
I should be in Fopp on Saturday so I'd be more than happy to do that for you.
You would not be a star and pick up two would you?

At least you tried and I am grateful for this, so my thanks to you.
Hiya,

There weren't any left when I went today. Sorry!

DrapedINDarkness
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Jagsingh29
No Fopp near me :( Can someone buy for me and I'd happy pay for it plus postage costs?
Hi mate,
I should be in Fopp on Saturday so I'd be more than happy to do that for you.
You would not be a star and pick up two would you?
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BuzzDuraband
Looks like a great price. But the question is, what do you think of it mate?
Not watched it (probably rubbish though :D )
Ha ha I assume you had never heard of Asif Kapadia either?
From IMDB 'Kapadia's feature documentary SENNA (Universal Pictures / Working Title, 2011), the thrilling story of the Brazilian motor-racing legend Ayrton Senna, was a break out hit at the international box office. The film was Nominated for three BAFTA awards, winning Best Documentary and Best Editing, as well as being nominated for Best British Film. SENNA broke records at the cinema and on DVD & Bluray in the UK. The film has won many awards around the world including the World Cinema Documentary Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival, Best Documentary at the London Critics Circle, the BIFA award for Best Documentary, the Audience Award for Best International Feature at the Los Angeles Film Festival and was nominated by the Producers Guild of America for the Documentary Theatrical Motion Picture Award 2012.''
Senna is up there with the top 10% docu-movies ever made.

It's true I haven't seen it although my 'rubbish' comment was a bit of an in-joke between me and Buzz ;) Obviously you weren't to know that :)
Amazing documentary, really. I think I'm never gonna get tired of it. Bring me tears everytime I watch it. Heat
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