Lethal Weapon Collection - 1 - 4 Boxset (Blu-Ray) £7.99 @ Base - HotUKDeals
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Arguably Hollywood’s premier mismatched cops franchise, the four Lethal Weapon movies are gathered together in high definition for the first time, in this highly entertaining, action-packed boxset.
The mismatched cops here? That’d be livewire Riggs, played by Mel Gibson, and straight-down-the-line, edging closer to retirement Murtaugh, played by Danny Glover. The pair have a terrific chemistry together, and by the end of the fourth film, the franchise has also brought in the likes of Joss Ackland, Patsy Kensit, Rene Russo, Joe Pesci and Chris Rock, amongst others.
The best Lethal Weapon film? That’d be the first, though, when Riggs really does feel like an unpredictable character on the edge. That’s softened as the franchise moves on, where it favours comedy over such elements of drama. But it’s not a bad transition, and the movies remain just as enjoyable. For when the Lethal Weapon films do comedy, it really works. Just look at the scene with the bomb attached to the toilet in Lethal Weapon 2.
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3 Likes #1
Good find!
[helper]#2
Great price, have some heat!
#3
Saw the base.com price in the other thread and realised I haven't got this!
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"Hey Riggs!"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DGNIXBd-kgU

http://www.metroactive.com/papers/metro/07.09.98/gifs/lethalweapon4-9827.jpg

Edited By: Jas10 on Jul 06, 2014 17:51
#5
Old films that have been on TV and they want £2 each. What a rip off. However I can see that in comparison to elsewhere these are cheap, so they are still a deal. Heat added.
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jdbigguy
Old films that have been on TV and they want £2 each. What a rip off. However I can see that in comparison to elsewhere these are cheap, so they are still a deal. Heat added.

yeah .... and try finding them on tv station that does 1080p

ALL films end up on tv ... people buy them for the ability of being able to watch them when they want , not at the tv stations mercy


Out of interest from anyones that's owned the dvd boxset. Is the picture quality a BIG improvement ?

Edited By: TALON1973 on Jul 06, 2014 18:14
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TALON1973
jdbigguy
Old films that have been on TV and they want £2 each. What a rip off. However I can see that in comparison to elsewhere these are cheap, so they are still a deal. Heat added.

yeah .... and try finding them on tv station that does 1080p

ALL films end up on tv ... people buy them for the ability of being able to watch them when they want , not at the tv stations mercy
You are right, but my point was about the film companies screwing every penny out of us that they can.
#8
heat added
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jdbigguy
TALON1973
jdbigguy
Old films that have been on TV and they want £2 each. What a rip off. However I can see that in comparison to elsewhere these are cheap, so they are still a deal. Heat added.

yeah .... and try finding them on tv station that does 1080p

ALL films end up on tv ... people buy them for the ability of being able to watch them when they want , not at the tv stations mercy
You are right, but my point was about the film companies screwing every penny out of us that they can.

I don't really see £2 a film being such a screwjob
3 Likes #10
jdbigguy
TALON1973
jdbigguy
Old films that have been on TV and they want £2 each. What a rip off. However I can see that in comparison to elsewhere these are cheap, so they are still a deal. Heat added.

yeah .... and try finding them on tv station that does 1080p

ALL films end up on tv ... people buy them for the ability of being able to watch them when they want , not at the tv stations mercy
You are right, but my point was about the film companies screwing every penny out of us that they can.
If you consider £2 per film being a rip-off then you're in for a hell of a life.
#11
jdbigguy


You are right, but my point was about the film companies screwing every penny out of us that they can.

Well it depends on how you look at it ....Technology moves on . Films became available to own in the early 80's on vhs ( I don't count Betamax lol ) . That then moved onto dvd , and now its blu ray . I'm missing out on some formats as they basically lost out ( laserdisc , hd-dvd , vcd etc ) . To keep watching something you have to buy into the next technology . Ive still got a few vhs tapes , but I don't think ive looked at one in well over 10 years . the player itself is still around , but sits in my cupboard :( that how things move on .

If you look at music .... technically we are going backwards , not forwards ... mp3 is **** compared to cd and vinyl
#12
I have lethal weapon on .. ahem.. HD DVD and the picture quality is very good for an 80's film. I've seen much more recent HD films that look no where near as good. It probably the same transfer so expect a good picture. Can't speak for the other two and I won't mention that other one at all!
#13
Super hot

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