The Perfect Storn Deluxe Boxset DVD (RRP £50) - only £15.99 - HotUKDeals
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This is a very nice price on a very nice boxset. The Perect Storm Deluxe edition is only £15.99 delivered from BlahDVD - the next cheapest price online for this is £35 @ Amazon. So I'm not sure if it's a mis-price or just a genuinely good offer.

It's a movie I have not yet seen, but hope to see it sometime soon, as I know there are quite a few fans.

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Based on the engrossing nonfiction work by Sebastian Junger about the Andrea Gail--a commercial swordfishing boat that was lost at sea in October 1991--Wolfgang Petersen's THE PERFECT STORM brings the pages to life. The movie features a big-name cast (George Clooney, Mark Wahlberg) playing the gruff, edgy fishermen in the Gloucester, Massachusetts, port, as well as close-up camera shots of the boats moored on the wintry docks. Viewers are drawn into the closely knit New England community that is struck speechless by a fierce nor'easter made from three merging hurricanes. Meteorologists call it the Perfect Storm.
Despite the weather forecast, skipper Billy Tyne (Clooney) insists that his crew go out on one more 30-day swordfishing trip before the winter sets in. At sea, a series of tragedies ensues, including a man dragged overboard by one of the 300-foot-long lines and a bloodthirsty shark that gets reeled onto the deck accidentally. What's worse, the skipper's right-hand man, Bobby Shatford (Wahlberg), is homesick for his girlfriend back onshore. But it is not until the storm finally hits and the special effects--mountainous dark digitized waves--take hold that the Andrea Gail is rendered helpless even to Coast Guard helicopters and THE PERFECT STORM's terrifying true-story tragedy becomes reality.


[B][COLOR=red]SPECIAL FEATURES[/COLOR][/B]
[LIST]
[*]Introduction Sequence And Animated Menus
[*]Audio Commentary By Wolfgang Peterson
[*]Audio Commentary By Sebastian Junger Writer Of The Perfect Storm
[*]Witness To The Storm Featurette
[*]James Horner Featurette Creating An Emotion
[*]Conceptual Art Gallery With Commentary by Wolfgang Peterson
[*]HBO First Look Special "Making The Perfect Storm"
[*]"Yours Forever" photo montage
[*]Storyboard gallery with 239 stils
[*]Soundtrack promo
[*]Additional Box Contents: 8 Lobby Cards, Senitype: LE image plus 35mm film frame, Theatrical Poster, 6 Black and white photographs[/LIST]
#2
HMV at the Metro Centre were selling these off for £5 a few months back, didn't manage to get one as the only copy behind the counter was reserved.
#3
Remember, 5% cashback with Quidco. Good find!!! :thumbsup:
#4
Awful, awful film. 'True Story' my arse.

Also the film on it's own can be bought for less than 4 quid brand new so unless you're a crazy fan of commentaries then 12 quid for them seems a bit steep still.

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