Brad Pitt Collection : Sleepers / Meet Joe Black / Twelve Monkeys (3 DVD Box Set) - £4.97 delivered @ Tesco

Brad Pitt Collection : Sleepers / Meet Joe Black / Twelve Monkeys (3 DVD Box Set) - £4.97 delivered @ Tesco

Found 6th Feb 2010
Sleepers (1996):
To four boys growing up on the streets in the mid 1960s, Hell's Kitchen was a place of innocence ruled by corruption. The infamous New York City neighbourhood that stretched north from 34th to 56th Street and pushed west from the 8th Avenue to the Hudson River was guided by both priest and gangsters. The children who grew up there shared joyful times, but subscribed to a sacred social code-crimes against the neighbourhood were not permitted, and when they did occur, punishment was severe. Four friends made a mistake that changed their lives forever...

Meet Joe Black (1998):
Bill Parrish (Anthony Hopkins) has it all, success, wealth and power. Days before his 65th birthday he receives a visit from a mysterious stranger, Joe Black (Brad Pitt), who soon reveals himself as Death. In exchange for extra time, Bill agrees to serve as Joe's earthly guide. But will he regret his choice when Joe unexpectedly falls in love with Bill's beautiful daughter Susan (Claire Forlani)?

Twelve Monkeys (1995):
A lone time traveller from the year 2035 must solve a riddle that may save his people... but it may also take him to the brink of madness. Bruce Willis, Madeline Stowe and Brad Pitt star in this brilliant sci-fi masterpiece from Terry Gilliam. After the world's population is devastated by a killer virus, survivors must live in dark underground communities. Cole (Willis) "volunteers" to travel into the past to obtain a pure virus sample, thereby helping scientists develop a cure. Along the way, he crosses paths with a beautiful psychiatrist (Stowe) and a one-card-short-of-a-full-deck mental patient (Pitt). But the race is on, as Cole searches for The Army of the 12 Monkeys, a radical group linked to the deadly disease.
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3 Great films, IMO.

Hot hot hot.
wot no se7en, good set though
All three are fantastic films (especially Twelve Monkeys; Gilliam = Genius!)

Good find!
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