Samuel L Jackson Collection: 1408 / Black Snake Moan / Changing Lanes / Coach Carter / Shaft (5 Discs) - £6.66 delivered at Amazon
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Samuel L Jackson Collection: 1408 / Black Snake Moan / Changing Lanes / Coach Carter / Shaft (5 Discs) - £6.66 delivered at Amazon

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Found 15th Jul 2010Made hot 18th Jul 2010
£6.66 for this 5 disc boxset of Samuel L Jackson films.

1408: Renowned horror novelist Mike Enslin (Cusack) only believes what he can see with his own two eyes. After a string of bestsellers discrediting paranormal events in the most infamous haunted houses and graveyards around the world, he scoffs at the concept of an afterlife. Enslin's phantom-free run of long and lonely nights is about to change forever when he checks into suite 1408 of the notorious Dolphin Hotel for his latest project, "Ten Nights in Haunted Hotel Rooms." Defying the warnings of the hotel manager (Jackson), the author is the first person in years to stay in the reputedly haunted room. Another bestseller may be iminent, but like all Stephen King heroes, Enslin must go from skeptic to true believer - and ultimately survive the night.

Black Snake Moan: In a small Tennessee town, two unlikely souls are about to be lured together at the sticky crossroads between rage and love. Found lying on the side of the road, beaten and nearly dead, is Rae (Christina Ricci), a 22 year old who has developed a reputation around town for having an insatiable "itch" for sex. Her rescuer is Lazarus (Samuel L. Jackson), an ex-blues guitarist who has grown used to lifes relentless strains of trouble and sorrow. Desperate for a change himself, Lazarus holds Rae prisoner, and sets out to "cure" her of her wicked ways. But to get to the deep, dark bottom of Rae's mystery, Lazarus will first have to face the demons that reside in both their hearts, especially when Raes one true love Ronnie (Justin Timberlake), a Guardsman who was supposed to be headed for Iraq, comes looking for her. Against its Southern gothic background, Black Snake Moan unfolds in raw, revealing and ultimately transcendent shades of blue.

Changing Lanes: Affluent Wall Street lawyer Gavin Banek (Ben Affleck) and recovering alcoholic Doyle Gipson (Samuel L. Jackson) are both on their way to vital court hearings when they get involved in a fender bender accident with each other on New York's FDR Drive. In a rush, Banek leaves the scene without doing things by the book, but he leaves behind an important document. Stranded, Gipson is late for a custody hearing, and so begins a cruel game of one-upmanship between the men. Changing Lanes is an engrossing, intelligently scripted urban drama.

Coach Carter: Inspired by a true story, Samuel L. Jackson and Ashanti star in this inspirational account of a high school basketball coach (Jackson) who received high praise - and staunch criticism - for benching his entire undefeated team due to their poor academic performance...

Shaft: Crooked cops on the take, small-time drug lords, sleazy informers and sadistic rich kids ready to kill: for police detective John Shaft, it's just another night in the underbelly of New York City, another shift facing down cops and criminals who want him dead and a legal system that thrives on money, not justice.

With Samuel L. Jackson in the starring role and John Singleton directing, Shaft is a new approach to one of the great film icons of the 1970s. He's tough, he's smart, he's cool - just what you'd expect from a man whose uncle and mentor is John Shaft, who, now as then, is played by Richard Roundtree. Also starring in the Paramount Pictures presentation are Vanessa Williams, Jeffrey Wright, Christian Bale, Dan Hedaya, Busta Rhymes and Toni Collette.

3 Comments

Good spot, some good films here.

all his worst films then...why no snakes on a plane just to top it off. (pulp fiction, lakeview terrace, jackie brown, the negotiator, die hard 3, jurassic park etc etc all better than this ****)...

while room 1408 has jackson in it , the movie is john cusack, minor role for sj ... shaft - good movie , the other 3 ive not seen . its a collection of sj movies - doesnt claim to be the ultimate ( and even those are rubbish sometimes ) . not to fussed either way but good price for 5 movies so voting hot
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