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Free inside Mail tomorrow the rather excellent film The Graduate and on Sunday Austin Powers. Neither have been freebies before. Then continuing one a day for 12 days in pick ups from Tesco and Sainsbury's (interestingly no longer WH Smiths)

The Elephant Man
Nominated for eight Oscars and starring movie giants John Hurt as the Elephant Man and Anthony Hopkins as a well meaning surgeon, this is an extraordinary and intensely moving true story of bravery and humanity. Forced into circus sideshows and spurned by polite society, the Elephant Man attempts to fit into a world ruled by Victorian sensibilities.

Mr & Mrs Bridge

Husband and wife team, Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward star as Mr & Mrs Bridge, an affluent and conservative couple living in 1930s Kansas who feel the pressure on their already stale marriage as their children leave home to pursue their own lives. This is the touching story of a family staying together against all the odds.

The Cotton Club

The Cotton Club is award winning director Francis Ford Coppola's acclaimed take on the crime-filled underworld of the infamous jazz age. The Cotton Club is the place to be. Gangsters mingle with the rich and famous and very beautiful people. Richard Gere gives an inspired performance as a young musician who is dranw into this glittering world where violence hides beneath the glamour.

The Lion In Winter

Starring Peter O'Toole and Katherine Hepburn as King Henry II of England and his formidable wife Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine, this film follows the story of their quest to determine who should be the future King of England. The relationship between them is fiery and their passions turn from tenderness to fury as they scheme and cajole their three sons.


Julie Christie plays the part of Darling in this story of a stylish, amoral model in 1960's London, during the era which saw the ascension of the model girl to the status of international idol. The men in her life, willingly or involuntarily, help her on the way to the top. Also stars Dirk Bogarde as a TV interviewer and Laurence Harvey as a cynical advertising executive.

El Cid

El Cid, starring Hollywood giants Charlton Heston and Sophia Loren, is a tribute to one of history's greatest legends. This dazzling spectacle, with a cast of thousands, fills the screen with action and romance - from knights in armour jousting on horseback to massive battles on sea and land, where columns of warriors stretch across the horizon.


Clive Owen heads a strong cast in this atmospheric thriller of sexual and financial temptation set in London's gambling world. Jack Manfred (Owen) is an aspiring writer going nowhere fast. Against his better judgement and to make ends meet he takes a job as a croupier but is soon drawn into the glamour and intrigue of the casino, with disasterous results.

Black Narcissus
Based on a novel by Rumer Godden, Black Narcissus stars Deborah Kerr and Jean Simmons as nuns dedicated to the Indian mission in which they work. Obstacles in the life of a nun's community high in the Himalayas range from a cynical British Agent to suspicious natives. The mission prospers, but often at the expense of spiritual progress.

A Town Like Alice

This is a tale of endurance, cruelty and comradeship with two of British cinema's top stars, BAFTA winner Virgin McKenna and Oscar winner Peter Finch. It tells the story of a group of women befriended by a touch Australian POW, who are captured by the Japanese in Malaya during World War II and are forced to endure appalling hardships as they trek through the jungle.

The Go-Between

Based on the novel by LP Hartley, The Go-Between links the prsent and the past taking on ageing bachelor back to the long hot summer when he was twelve and lost his boyish hear to a beautiful, headstrong young woman who used his adoration to suit her own purposes. Starring cinemas favourites Julie Christie and Alan Bates.

Farewell My Lovely

The neon-drenched, smoke-filled LA of 1941 forms the background for this acclaimed adaptation of Raymond Chandler's novel. Philip Marlowe (Robert Mitchum) has two cases on his books - and they may not be as unconnected as they seem. Before he knows it, Marlowe finds himself surrounded by murder, intrigue and a secret but deadly connection.

The Cassandra Crossing

A terrorist infected with a deadly virus boards the Stockholm to Geneva Express and exposes everyone onboard to the disease. With an all-star cast including Sophia Loren, Burt Lancaster and Richard Harris, this film tells the spectacular and terrifying story of 1,000 doomed passengers trapped aboard a plague-infested train and the race against time to save them.
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great deal - pity you have to put up with the stigma of buying the daily mail!

H+R :-D
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great deal - pity you have to put up with the stigma of buying the daily mail!

H+R :-D

Buy a porno and put the daily mail inside it. That's what I would do to avoid an :oops: moment
lol! Perfect plan..

[SIZE="5"]i'll have big jugs, 40 plus, mayfair and ummmm....ehhhh....*cough* [/SIZE][SIZE="1"]the daily mail [/SIZE] [SIZE="5"]*cough*[/SIZE]
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Great deal, but am boycotting the Daily mail due to their hateful comments on Stephen Gately today, see what Charlie Brooker has written about their scum tactics here -

How they can't let his family and friends have some peace, without revolting comments is beyond contempt.
Great deal, but am boycotting the Daily mail due to their hateful comments on Stephen Gately today, see what Charlie Brooker has written about their scum tactics here -

How they can't let his family and friends have some peace, without revolting comments is beyond contempt.

Aye, utterly disgraceful bit of 'journalism' that was.
wow - i never knew it was that's mental that a mainstream paper can publish such vitriolic bile!
Some very good films in this selection.

Of course it entails buying the Daily Mail but to be honest the Muir column is no different from the rest of writing in the paper - it's just what you expect. Just as the Guardian column is no different from the rest of the writing in that paper. Same old same old.....

You really don't need to read a paper these days - you already "know" how they are going to report a story. It's all sensationalist headlines and then their columnists give their "take" on it. The Mail is reactionary and surprise, surprise The Guardian is offended. The Mail prides itself on printing what a certain percentage of the population are really thinking. The Guardian thinks people shouldn't be allowed to think that way.

The trouble is they expect the public to pay upto a £1 an issue to read their views and keep them in jobs. But circulation is dropping and that's why they need freebies like this to prop it up. The Sunday Times and the Saturday and Sunday Telegraph all have free DVDs this weekend...
Daily Mail, bunch of *****, cold

Shame, because it's a good deal, but wouldn't want to advocate buying the trash.
i get the daily mail, only because i got a deal on it, half price paper for 12 weeks, and then i can cancel, but i get a £50 gift card for Asda. so im making money and getting free papers, but more importantly free dvds.

as for the gately comments, cant comment myself as i dont really read the paper just flick through, and im not interested in the death so i havent read it, but i guess i will now.
I think a lot of people buy papers for 3 reasons:

1 - Because they get a good subscription deal (as above)
2 - Because there is a freebie inside or a token collect for a freebie
3 - Because there is a money off coupon inside.

If none of the above existed the circulation figures would be a lot lower than they are already.

That leaves a far smaller percentage of people buying them purely to read the news or read the views of left and right wing people on the news. Perhaps journalists should realise this.

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