Leon - The Director's Cut [Blu-ray] [1994] £7.48 @ amazon - HotUKDeals
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This film is captivating. The blend of brutality and tenderness is awesome and arresting. At once a violent "hit man" movie yet also a story of reluctant, astonishing love. Beautifully filmed, desperately sad. A spectacle not to be missed.
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Great film.
Great film.

Understatement :)
£7.49 @ hmv aswell plus 5% quidco
Amazing film at a great price.
Amazing film
I bought this version on Blu-ray last time it was here and it is fantastic!
Nice extra scenes on this version,
Nice find, brilliant film used HMV to get the quidco thanks
One of my favourite films and have 3 versions off it now...lol

Original R2 DVD release
Region 1 Deluxe edition DVD
Blu ray version
Great film and price.
Wallet now £7.48 lighter :thumbsup:
Cracking deal mush! and leon is buff tingz
Great film.

agreed, one of the all time best films
Great movie, great deal

the un-cut version makes everything fit into place

Some good extras on the disc too.
Required viewing for those who think 'Taken' is a great movie...
Yeah Thumbs up - a great movie, just ordered with Sin City from Amazon, heat added.
gutted just paid 10.99 for this from HMV
its been this price on blu ray for a while, I sat down to watch this the other day and I must admit I actually prefer the Theatrical cut. Still one of my all time favourites!
this is a top film, but is this version the same as the international uncut version ???
Brilliant movie - and a "must watch" if you haven't yet seen it!
this is a top film, but is this version the same as the international uncut version ???

Yeah, man. There are the 2 versions on the Blu-Ray disc- the family killer version and the kids' version. The cinema version is in the extras... I don't either. Plus the docs in lovely standard definition as in the 10th anniversary US/Intl version on DVD.

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