Disneys Holes (DVD) - £2.99 @ HMV
Disneys Holes (DVD) - £2.99 @ HMV

Disneys Holes (DVD) - £2.99 @ HMV

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My lad has just read this book as part of the curiculum for year 6 - and loved it so just ordered the dvd for him.

Louis Sachar's acclaimed teen adventure novel comes to dazzling life with this wildly entertaining adaptation. Stanley Yelnats (Shia LaBeouf) is an unassuming adolescent whose family has been cursed for generations. One day, after Stanley is falsely accused of stealing a pair of shoes, he is sentenced to 18 months at Camp Green Lake. But when he gets there, he discovers that this camp is really more like a prison. Under the supervision of the fiery Mr. Sir (Jon Voight) and goofy Dr. Pendanski (Tim Blake Nelson), Stanley and his cohorts must spend each day digging holes in the desert, in order "to build character." Or at least that's what The Warden (Sigourney Weaver) says. When Stanley finally gathers up the courage to escape the camp, he and fellow escapee Zero (Khleo Thomas) stumble across a secret that will expose Camp Green Lake for the evil place that it is, and erase the Yelnats family curse forever. Director-producer Andrew Davis (THE FUGITIVE) performs a miraculous feat with HOLES, crafting a family film that is smart, funny, and engaging. Sachar's story teaches enormously valuable lessons about respect, teamwork, and honesty, making HOLES a must-see for treasure seekers everywhere.


great price...hot

Great film - great price, thanks

Agreed. Good price. Saw the film in the cinema when it came out and read the book in Year 8. Both were awesome!!!

My 7 year old states 'this is a fantastic film for kids around his age 5*****'

My daughters read the book as part of year 6 studies. I then bought the dvd which they could relate to as they'd read the book. I also bought the other books written by the same author & they are all just as good. Heat !!

Better than blowing at least that on a chocolate egg....Thanks.

Great book , film and film score.
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