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Recommend a good, cheap film DVD to watch on Saturday

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Ok, so I've gotta work saturday and by the time I get home the missus will (hopefully) be almost ready to head out with the girls. I'm already planning to watch the football but I was hoping to watch … Read More
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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
Ok, so I've gotta work saturday and by the time I get home the missus will (hopefully) be almost ready to head out with the girls. I'm already planning to watch the football but I was hoping to watch a DVD too. The problem is I can't decide on a good film to watch.

I want to watch a proper Hollywood blockbuster-style action film but I can't make my mind up which one. Can anyone recommend a good title and also the cheapest store I can buy it from (Internet prices are no good as I want to buy it on my way home).
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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
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#1
Oh yeah, I'm looking for a standard DVD not HD or Blu-Ray... cheers
#2
Doomsday
#3
Rent out Vantage Point.
#4
have you seen the departed?
#5
#6
Yeah, the Departed was excellent. I was hoping for the sort of film that you can watch without thinking about it too much tho... something like Day After Tomorrow, Godzilla, or Die Hard
#7
Vantage Point looks quite good but I'll save that for when I want to watch something with the missus.

I want to take advantage of having the TV to myself so I can watch the sort of film that the missus turns her nose up at... (a film not porn!)
#8
Tesco's have a lot of dvd's at £3 I bought 2 last night "The Kingdom" and "Training Day"
The also had Transporter 1 & 2, Crank, Goodfellows and lots more
banned#9
what shops are available would make things easier as you stated 'cheap'
banned#10
batman begins

or even the new one if you have decent broadband
#11
American Gangster, Four Brothers are also good films to watch
I always watch this type on my own as is my wife is watching it take twice as long as I have to keep pausing the film to explain "Whose That?" "What is he doing now? " Whats going on ?"
#12
i watched that APOCALYPTO by mel gibson, awesome mayan action movie. english subtitles but visually stunning.
#13
I work in the City Centre so I have access to the usual suspects like Zavvi, HMV, WH Smiths, Woolworths. On my drive home I pass pretty much all the big supermarkets.
#14
APOCALYPTO looks OK but the idea of having to read sub-titles puts me off
#15
csiman
batman begins

or even the new one if you have decent broadband


I can't be fussed with having to download a film and then burn it to disc. By the time I get home I'll be in a lazy mood and just wanna put my feet up and watch the TV .:lazy:
#16
funkster1848
APOCALYPTO looks OK but the idea of having to read sub-titles puts me off


there aren't many!! not much dialogue, but surprisingly good film
#17
Have you seen Casino Royale yet? Best movie of this type I have seen in years. Also, the last Bourne movie was very very good.
#18
how about some slightly older classics like shawshank redemption,la confidential
suspended#19
usual suspects if you havent seen it? donnie brasco both are older films newer ones not really sure i did enjoy vantage point at the cinema, new rambo maybe?
#20
Have you seen Transformers?
#21
got sky ???
#22
robbieshanks
Have you seen Casino Royale yet? Best movie of this type I have seen in years. Also, the last Bourne movie was very very good.


I like the odd Bond, but I haven't seen any of the Bourne's
#23
csamual
got sky ???


yeah I've got the full Sky package and disappointed with what they have to offer over the weekend. I always Sky+ any good films but there hasn't been any good ones of late
#24
steve1986
usual suspects if you havent seen it? donnie brasco both are older films newer ones not really sure i did enjoy vantage point at the cinema, new rambo maybe?


I watched Usual Suspects last week. One of my favourites. I haven't seen Donnie Brasco but heard plenty of good things about it... what's the cheapest instore price you know of?
#25
irshybar
how about some slightly older classics like shawshank redemption,la confidential


Shawshank is another favourite of mine but again, one that I watched only the other day. I might give La Confidential a try, what's the cheapest instore price you know of?
#26
Man on fire is a cracking film. Well, I thought so anyway :thumbsup:
suspended#27
its about 3 pounds in zavvi and hmv well worth it one of my favourite movies ever!hope ive helped
#28
fern
Tesco's have a lot of dvd's at £3 I bought 2 last night "The Kingdom" and "Training Day"
The also had Transporter 1 & 2, Crank, Goodfellows and lots more


I would recommend Transporter 1 or Crank if you haven't sen them :thumbsup:
#29
I would recommend Training Day, a hell of a film, Pulp Fiction?
#30
If you haven't seen LA Confidential, then defo get it :thumbsup:
#31
Charlie&Lola
Man on fire is a cracking film. Well, I thought so anyway :thumbsup:


I agree, I've seen it a few times and still think it excellent
#32
funkster1848;3009881
I agree, I've seen it a few times and still think it excellent

Its this Training Day and The Bone Collecter I would class as Denzil's best film's

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