Next best is £25.41 at Tesco (online).
Best price when bought seperately:
Desperately Seeking Susan - £3.88
Moonstruck - £5
Working Girl - £4.99
Romancing The Stone - £3.99
When Harry Met Sally - £3.88
Desperately Seeking Susan: If you know what to look for, you can find almost anything in the personal ads... including the love of your life! Rosanna Arquette is irresistible and, in her first starring role, Madonna gives a marvellous comedic performance in this delightful mad-cap comedy of mistaken identity.
Moonstruck: Fall under the delightful spell of Moonstruck, the mesmerising romantic comedy. Cher, Nicolas Cage and Olympia Dukakis excel in this explosively funny tale about beautiful but unlucky in love, Loretta (Cher), a widow who finds love through the intervention of the Manhattan moon. With her wedding to a close friend just weeks away, she meets and falls hopelessly in love with his younger brother (Cage).
Romancing The Stone: Joan Wilder's (Kathleen Turner) sophisticated New York lifestyle is turned into a whirlwind adventure. From darkest Colombia, her troublesome sister makes a frantic phone-call screaming for help. Joan is on her way to buy her sisters freedom - unaware that every crook in Colombia will soon be breathing down her neck. Her only hope is the gun-toting jungle hustler Jack Colton (Michael Douglas).
When Harry Met Sally: This splendid and irresistible film is one of the best-loved comedies of all time. Will sex ruin a perfect relationship between a man and a woman? That's what Harry (Billy Crystal) and Sally (Meg Ryan) debate during their trip to New York. And eleven years later, they're still no closer to finding the answer. Will these two best friends ever accept the attraction that exists since the first moment when Harry met Sally?
Working Girl: Beauty. Brains. Charm. Tess McGill (Melanie Griffith) has them all. She's got everything except the right haircut, the right clothes and the right job. Tess decides to take matters into her own hands when her classy seductive boss (Sigourney Weaver) breaks a leg skiing and Tess steps, literally, into her boss's shoes. Suitably disguised Tess forms an alliance with a capable and attractive Wall Street investment banker (Harrison Ford).