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The Day After Tomorrow / Phone Booth / Road To Perdition [3 DVD Box set] - £3.99 @ Morrisons !

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Cheapest online is £9.99 @ Coolshop The Day After Tomorrow: From the Director of "Independence Day" comes a spectacular roller-coaster ride that boasts pulse-pounding action and sensational, mindb… Read More
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The Day After Tomorrow:
From the Director of "Independence Day" comes a spectacular roller-coaster ride that boasts pulse-pounding action and sensational, mindblowing special effects. When global warming triggers the onset of new Ice Age, tornados flatten Los Angeles, a tidal wave engulfs New York City and the entire Northern Hemisphere begins to freeze solid. Now, climatologist Jack Hall (Dennis Quaid) his son Sam (Jake Gyllenhaal) and a small band of survivors must ride out the growing superstorm and stay alive in the face of an enemy more powerful and relentless than any they've ever encountered: Mother Nature!

Phonebooth:
Stu Shepard (Colin Farrell) is an arrogant publicist lying his way to success in New York. Everything changes however when he unknowingly answers a call in a phone booth he's been using to cheat on his wife. Now he is at the mercy of the caller (Keifer Sutherland) who, as an invisible sniper somewhere in the buildings above, is holding him hostage with demands to come clean with his wife (Radha Mitchell) and his girlfriend (Katie Holmes). Relying on his wife and the unlikely help of Capt. Ramey (Forest Whitaker) Stu's life will change even if he does manage to escape alive. This highly original suspense thriller from director Joel Shumacher (Tigerland, 8MM, Falling Down) is filled with action and unbelievable moments when all of New York comes to a standstill for one harrowing conclusion.

Road To Perdition:
He shouldn't have been there. But in the moment that Michael Sullivan's son witnesses a brutal slaying, the lives of this 12-year-old and his gangster father are shattered irrevocably and their destinies forever joined. Now, targeted by the mob he's devoted his life to, Sullivan and his son find themselves with nowhere to turn and a sadistic killer in relentless pursuit. It's here - in a fierce and primal struggle to stay alive and protect his boy - that this lifelong gangster will discover honour and redemption. Riveting, powerful and visually stunning, Road to Perdition ranks among the classic gangster movies of all time. Tom Hanks, Paul Newman and Jude Law are unforgettable as desperate men with everything at stake. Academy Award winning director Sam Mendes (American Beauty, 1999) brings his haunting vision to a hard-edged story of lost innocence, conflicting loyalty and bloodthirsty ambition.
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banned#2
phonebooth is a random film and day after tommorrow is alirite but aint seen the other one
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phonebooth is a random film and day after tommorrow is alirite but aint seen the other one


Road to Perdition is a very fine film, Phone Booth is as you say 'random' but watchable and well The Day After tomorrow... it's 2 hours you will never get back. Odd box set, can't see any connection.
#4
worth it just for phone booth, great movie that is
#5
The day after tomorrow is garbage - but I loved it! A guilty pleasure I could watch again
#6
I agree with stezo2k - Phone Booth is one of the best films to have come out of Hollywood in years. Road to Perdition is excellent, too. Two great films and one stinker (but a watchable stinker) for under 4 is a good buy.

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