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Prometheus Blu Ray 3D £5.99 using £5 off code @ Rakuten / Link Entertainment

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Already best price around on the site and using code XMAS5 takes the price down to £5.99 Sold by LinkEntertainment at Rakuten Returning to the genre he helped define, Sir Ridley Scott has crafte…
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Already best price around on the site and using code XMAS5 takes the price down to £5.99

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Returning to the genre he helped define, Sir Ridley Scott has crafted the most unforgettable experience of 2012 in Prometheus. This gripping, thought-provoking and often terrifying masterpiece features a stellar ensemble cast including Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender, Guy Pearce, Noomi Rapace, Logan Marshall-Green and Idris Elba and is a must-have for any self-respecting film fan. After scientists Elizabeth Shaw (Rapace - The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo) and Charlie Holloway (Marshall-Green - Devil) discover mysterious cave drawings that point to the origins of mankind, they soon find themselves aboard the spaceship Prometheus, sponsored by Weyland Industries and on a journey to uncover the secrets of humanity. Overseen by the imperious Meredith Vickers (Theron - Snow White & The Huntsman), looked after by the android David (Fassbender - X-Men: First Class), and backed up by a team of scientists Shaw and Holloway arrive on the isolated moon LV-223 to discover an abandoned alien spaceship and the truth... that not all is as it seems...
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[helper] 1 Like #2

Good searching skills 8)

I had a look yesterday and will opt for Mad Max Trilogy blu ray £5.32 with a code - silly price. It will actually be 32p as they have given certain accounts £5 of free points on top of the promo code.

Edited By: Chanchi32 on Dec 26, 2014 01:30
1 Like #3
Chanchi32

Good searching skills 8)

I had a look yesterday and will opt for Mad Max Trilogy blu ray £5.32 with a code - silly price. It will actually be 32p as they have given certain accounts £5 of free points on top of the promo code.

I opened up half of dozen accounts or more with the last code, just used the new code to get Captain Phillips steelbook £6.52 and The Incredibles £5.58.
1 Like #4
Once in a lifetime experience watching this at the cinema. A gentleman on the row in front had some sort of panic attack. Apparently this wasn't the first time. His other half called a member of staff who then notified a Paramedic. They came into the auditorium, stopped the film, turned on the lights to attend to him. Thankfully he was fine. They then told everyone the film would not be restarted again and issued complimentary tickets as we all left. This was perhaps 20 to 30 mins before the end of the movie. Had travelled many miles to this particular cinema. Never managed to go back to see it before it was no longer being showed. Eventually watched it at home once the BD was released. Watched from the start as had kinda forgotten exactly what had happened prior to the movie being stopped. Enjoyed it but you can rarely ever better your first viewing at the cinema with subsequent viewings of a movie imo.
#5
thebaron69
Chanchi32

Good searching skills 8)

I had a look yesterday and will opt for Mad Max Trilogy blu ray £5.32 with a code - silly price. It will actually be 32p as they have given certain accounts £5 of free points on top of the promo code.

I opened up half of dozen accounts or more with the last code, just used the new code to get Captain Phillips steelbook £6.52 and The Incredibles £5.58.

Had one account, tried using previously posted code but didn't work. Opened up two new accounts and these too wouldn't accept the code. Asked on a couple of different threads if anyone knew what I might be doing wrong but sadly got no reply. Missed out on a few bargains that others had posted having purchased. Is there some special trick that needed to be done?

Thanks.
#6
Not worth £0.00599!
#7
Trust me the 3D Version is rubbish in terms of its manipulation of the 3D, nothing wrong with the price but you won't be dazzled at all. Stay Clear folks & yes I have it myself so I know
#8
The 3D version just adds another dimension of pissiness
#9
spatter
The 3D version just adds another dimension of pissiness

Yes, I had to watch this film twice just to make sure it was as bad as I thought it was the first time around, and I was right. It has nothing of the atmosphere, tension and plot of the first two alien films, and has many flaws which you can find listed on various film review sites. A massive let down, if I watch it a third time I'll phone the doctor and get myself sectioned.
#10
cheekster
Once in a lifetime experience watching this at the cinema. A gentleman on the row in front had some sort of panic attack. Apparently this wasn't the first time. His other half called a member of staff who then notified a Paramedic. They came into the auditorium, stopped the film, turned on the lights to attend to him. Thankfully he was fine. They then told everyone the film would not be restarted again and issued complimentary tickets as we all left. This was perhaps 20 to 30 mins before the end of the movie. Had travelled many miles to this particular cinema. Never managed to go back to see it before it was no longer being showed. Eventually watched it at home once the BD was released. Watched from the start as had kinda forgotten exactly what had happened prior to the movie being stopped. Enjoyed it but you can rarely ever better your first viewing at the cinema with subsequent viewings of a movie imo.

Not sure I understand your post as this film is substandard sci-fi fare, if that had happened when watching 2001 A Space Odyssey in the cinema I would have cried for a lifetime.
#11
Loved this film, nice find OP!
#12
But this movie proves you can have major surgery then run a marathon, lord knows why the NHS let people lay around in beds to recuperate?

Other than that I have to say it was a bit pishym this review says it all for me (spoliers!)

Edited By: spannerzone on Dec 26, 2014 10:46
1 Like #13
Site is crap, keeps saying please correct the following errors, but their are no errors highlighted.
#14
Good spot. Thanks for posting. :)
#15
Can't check out unfortunately.
"Please correct the following errors"
I can't see any errors...
Don't think I've actually managed to buy anything on Rakuten yet
#16
fishmaster
cheekster
Once in a lifetime experience watching this at the cinema. A gentleman on the row in front had some sort of panic attack. Apparently this wasn't the first time. His other half called a member of staff who then notified a Paramedic. They came into the auditorium, stopped the film, turned on the lights to attend to him. Thankfully he was fine. They then told everyone the film would not be restarted again and issued complimentary tickets as we all left. This was perhaps 20 to 30 mins before the end of the movie. Had travelled many miles to this particular cinema. Never managed to go back to see it before it was no longer being showed. Eventually watched it at home once the BD was released. Watched from the start as had kinda forgotten exactly what had happened prior to the movie being stopped. Enjoyed it but you can rarely ever better your first viewing at the cinema with subsequent viewings of a movie imo.

Not sure I understand your post as this film is substandard sci-fi fare, if that had happened when watching 2001 A Space Odyssey in the cinema I would have cried for a lifetime.

Wasn't commenting on the movie being one of the best ever made but instead that it's unlikely that myself or maybe even others will visit a cinema and have the movie stopped just before the ending so you end up leaving not knowing how the movie ends until months later when you watch it at home!
#17
cheekster
fishmaster
cheekster
Once in a lifetime experience watching this at the cinema. A gentleman on the row in front had some sort of panic attack. Apparently this wasn't the first time. His other half called a member of staff who then notified a Paramedic. They came into the auditorium, stopped the film, turned on the lights to attend to him. Thankfully he was fine. They then told everyone the film would not be restarted again and issued complimentary tickets as we all left. This was perhaps 20 to 30 mins before the end of the movie. Had travelled many miles to this particular cinema. Never managed to go back to see it before it was no longer being showed. Eventually watched it at home once the BD was released. Watched from the start as had kinda forgotten exactly what had happened prior to the movie being stopped. Enjoyed it but you can rarely ever better your first viewing at the cinema with subsequent viewings of a movie imo.

Not sure I understand your post as this film is substandard sci-fi fare, if that had happened when watching 2001 A Space Odyssey in the cinema I would have cried for a lifetime.

Wasn't commenting on the movie being one of the best ever made but instead that it's unlikely that myself or maybe even others will visit a cinema and have the movie stopped just before the ending so you end up leaving not knowing how the movie ends until months later when you watch it at home!

It was an unusual thing to happen, panic attacks suck though. Kudos to the guy for having a go at watching the film even though he was ill. Shame it spoilt things for everyone else though.
1 Like #18
Website defective,does not allow to palce order errors highlighted but no error
#19
Website defective,does not allow to palce order errors highlighted but no error
#20
Thanks for the post.
#21
Standard blu-ray release is missing the 2nd blu-ray disc of extras, so even if you have no interest in 3D this is the set to get (3D disc + 2D disc + extras disc).
#22
SOLD OUT :(
#23
cheekster
Once in a lifetime experience watching this at the cinema. A gentleman on the row in front had some sort of panic attack. Apparently this wasn't the first time. His other half called a member of staff who then notified a Paramedic. They came into the auditorium, stopped the film, turned on the lights to attend to him. Thankfully he was fine. They then told everyone the film would not be restarted again and issued complimentary tickets as we all left. This was perhaps 20 to 30 mins before the end of the movie. Had travelled many miles to this particular cinema. Never managed to go back to see it before it was no longer being showed. Eventually watched it at home once the BD was released. Watched from the start as had kinda forgotten exactly what had happened prior to the movie being stopped. Enjoyed it but you can rarely ever better your first viewing at the cinema with subsequent viewings of a movie imo.

I wish that I had been taken out by paramedics to a mental hospital before the stupid scene with the black mud monster!
#24
ChipsBigbowl
Can't check out unfortunately.
"Please correct the following errors"
I can't see any errors...
Don't think I've actually managed to buy anything on Rakuten yet
managed to place an order,checked details a few times then tried to add a telephone number through checkout(currently blank) to ,some websites don’t require it but tried to enter one to see if worked ,but wouldn’t let me said was an error with it so edited via account details link instead then went through to checkout and then finally went through.There is a bug doing it through checkout page though,needs fixing and information needs to be clearer.
#25
sold out:(
#26
A blu-ray of a movie that is effectively part one of a blu-ray box set trilogy.
#27
Something to avoid on its release....

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