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Wedding Crashers: Uncorked DVD £2.99 + Free Delivery/Quidco @ HMV

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Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn are an unbeatable combination as two Washington DC lawyers who get their kicks, and their girls, by crashing weddings. Displaying talent, wit, intelligence, and ample char…
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Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn are an unbeatable combination as two Washington DC lawyers who get their kicks, and their girls, by crashing weddings. Displaying talent, wit, intelligence, and ample charm, the pair seldom fails at their mutual mission of seduction. But eventually they get bored with the routine. Everything explodes when they crash an upper-crust wedding given by US Senator William Cleary (Christopher Walken). Jeremy (Vaughn) makes the ostensible mistake of seducing Cleary's sexually ravenous daughter Gloria (Isla Fisher) and John (Wilson) falls head over heels for the beautiful, slightly sarcastic older sister, Claire (Rachel McAdams). But Claire is nearly engaged to a slimy, macho, ivy-league snob played with beady-eyed gusto by ALIAS's Bradley Cooper. The boys get lured away on a weekend trip to the Cleary's estate, which is when the film begins to resemble an early 1930s pre-code comedy with its innuendo-filled banter, eccentric grandmothers, suspicious rivals, and copious bed-hopping. Vaughn's motor-mouth aggression plays off Wilson's irresistible sensitivity (and vice versa) to such perfection that they leave other contemporary romantic comedy teams in the dust. They manage to get plenty of laughs and warmth from their believably close male friendship without resorting to any cliched homoerotic references. Their respective love interests are also outstanding, particularly McAdams who displays extraordinary wit and presence in addition to her stunning beauty. Walken is surprisingly low-key as the senator, tuning his usual craziness down to a few tensile stares. Seventies mini-series staple Jane Seymour is memorable as the senator's sex-starved, boozed-up wife, who makes a play for John.

Special Features
Extended 'Uncorked' Version (128 Minutes) Featuring Footage Unseen At The Cinema & Standard Theatrical Version (119 Minutes)
Audio Commentary By Director David Dobkin
Audio Commentary By Owen Wilson And Vince Vaughn
Deleted Scenes
Event Planning - Featurette
The Rules - Featurette
The Rules Of Wedding Crashing
99 Red Balloons - Scene
'Circus' Music Video By The Sights
Theatrical & Teaser Trailers
Widescreen 2.35:1 Anamorphic
Dolby Digital 5.1 / Dolby Digital 2.0
Languages - English
Subtitles - English
Region 2 / PAL / Colour
Running Time 128 Minutes
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#1
Worth it for Will Ferrell

"MOM........MEATLOAF!"
banned#2
lmao http://www.picturehoster.org/storage/22.jpg
banned#3
coldd
[mod]#4
bargainsgalore
coldd


Please explain why BG
#5
andywedge
Please explain why BG


This should explain why.
#6
Adiebear
Worth it for Will Ferrell

"MOM........MEATLOAF!"


Classic
I could watch this film over and over again. Hot vote for you Andy.
#7
Cold due the movie being rubbish. Just because its £3 does not mean its a hot deal.

I also don't care if I can't find it cheaper anywhere else as I wouldn't want people to buy it anyway!
#8
matt3454
I also don't care if I can't find it cheaper anywhere else as I wouldn't want people to buy it anyway!


I do believe that's the attitude this forum was built on.
suspended#9
bargainsgalore
coldd


Please post one of your amazing deals so that we can fill it with hotness

/sarcasm
banned#10
matt3454
Cold due the movie being rubbish. Just because its £3 does not mean its a hot deal.

I also don't care if I can't find it cheaper anywhere else as I wouldn't want people to buy it anyway!


Agreed. How is a bad film worth £3?, a bad film is worth nothing
banned#11
andywedge
Please explain why BG


Some people clearly don't have good reason for voting hot, so why should I need a good reason for voting cold. But on this occasion I will oblige, it's a poor film, therefore not worth £3, quite simple really.
suspended#12
bargainsgalore
Some people clearly don't have good reason for voting hot, so why should I need a good reason for voting cold. But on this occasion I will oblige, it's a poor film, therefore not worth £3, quite simple really.


it's not about if YOU like it. it's about how good the price is. the next cheapest is £4.99 at Play.com
so this is a good deal as its almost half the price of the next cheapest
#13
bargainsgalore
Some people clearly don't have good reason for voting hot, so why should I need a good reason for voting cold. But on this occasion I will oblige, it's a poor film, therefore not worth £3, quite simple really.


"quite simple really", indeed you are.

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