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After directing the frenzied CRANK, Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor helm another adrenaline-fuelled film with this thriller. 300's Gerard Butler stars as Kable, a man living in a near-future dystopia driven by online games. Kable is the world's best player at its biggest game, where players take control of real people, but the competition really begins when he tries to fight the system itself.
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#1
Might be crap but worth a try at this price. Heat added.
#2
Great price for a controversial film. See debates on other more expensive deals for this film.
#3
isnt the worst film ever, but it isnt exacly great either
#4
Its a woefully bad movie but a brilliant price for a new bluray release. They must have loads of these in a warehouse somewhere, its been cheap since just after it was released
#5
I actually thought it was a good film.

The sheer chaos portrayed in the action sequences is outstanding, the plot is original and some of the pragmatics underlying its themes are quite valid (if exaggerated to no end).

Well worth the price.
#6
Worth a fiver of anyones money just to see Amber Vallettas derriere in HD lol.
#7
here's hoping all bluray start around this price, surely it's time the price came down now
#8
this isnt really a new release, its a good 5 month old ish
#9
crap film but cheap enough.
#10
irshybar
here's hoping all bluray start around this price, surely it's time the price came down now


I'd guess from that, that you're not a BR fan eh? I find it a little bit annoying how people keep saying 'the price should be coming down to alot lower now' when oif you look at DVDs which stayed well above the £20+ mark (for new releases) for several years.... and now that the BRs have been about for 4-5 years the fact that something which is an incredible piece of technology are now ranging from only £10 - £18 for new releases are pretty darn good. And no doubt with the infuse of HD TVs being sold because of the world cup this is likely to drop even more....
#11
kennyt
I'd guess from that, that you're not a BR fan eh? I find it a little bit annoying how people keep saying 'the price should be coming down to alot lower now' when oif you look at DVDs which stayed well above the £20+ mark (for new releases) for several years.... and now that the BRs have been about for 4-5 years the fact that something which is an incredible piece of technology are now ranging from only £10 - £18 for new releases are pretty darn good. And no doubt with the infuse of HD TVs being sold because of the world cup this is likely to drop even more....


yes i am bluray fan, i just think they are a bit superficialy high, just like video games, soon enough after a few weeks of release they come down in price, i guess i am a traditional tight wad.
#12
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#13
It's still £5.08 too much for this absolute abomination of a film.

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