Son of Rambow £5.99 delivered @ HMV

Son of Rambow £5.99 delivered @ HMV

Found 23rd Dec 2008
Son of Rambow on DVD is only £5.99 delivered @ HMV

Next best price is £6.48

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Writer-director Garth Jennings and producer Nick Goldsmith, who as Hammer & Tongs have made music videos for such groups as Fatboy Slim, Supergrass, Blur, and REM, follow up their 2005 film, THE HITCHHIKER'S GUIDE TO THE GALAXY, with the charming indie SON OF RAMBOW, a love letter to the movies.

SON OF RAMBOW stars Bill Milner as Will Proudfoot, a shy, reserved young boy who is different from the other kids because his family is part of the Brethren, a religion that shuns the outside world, not allowing him to have friends at school or to watch television. While in the hallway in school one day because he can't watch an educational film in class, Will gets into a fight with Lee Carter (Will Poulter), a tough kid who gets into trouble all the time. Lee forces Will to help him make a homemade version of the Sylvester Stallone film FIRST BLOOD, but after watching the original, Will is captivated by the movie and writes his own sequel, casting himself as the son of Rambo (he misspells the name of the character). Will and Lee use their imagination and lots of grit to get the project off the ground, bonding as only blood brothers can. But soon the entire school wants to participate in the movie, including ultra-cool French exchange student Didier Revol (Jules Sitruk), jeopardizing the integrity of the production as well as Will and Lee's growing friendship.
Milner and Poulter, both making their feature-film debuts, are engaging as the lead characters. Jennings sets SON OF RAMBOW in the 1980s, before cell phones, digital cameras, and YouTube changed the way people communicate. Amid a soundtrack that includes music from such seminal period bands as the Cure and Depeche Mode, the two young boys learn about family and friendship, jealousy and ego as their carefully controlled worlds threaten to implode.


Great film!!! Heat + Rep


Iver never actually seen this film however since it came out its been a film that i have always wanted to watch.......have checked the reviews and they all say how great the film is and how funny!!! will deffinately be going to get this.... thank you

Only people in their 30s need apply. :whistling:

Didnt think much of this film. Pretty weird in my opinion.

But then again some people may like its humor. Anyway enough of the review jargon.

Hot deal considering its a pretty new film.


Only people in their 30s need apply. :whistling:


Why did you say that?

My son is 18 and watched this, loved it.


WHAT??? Why did you say that? My son is 18 and watched this, loved it.

Good, glad to hear it :thumbsup:

However as good as the film is, i feel that a large part of the charm is derived from those of us that were of a similar age at the time when the film is based. It certainly reminds me alot of my youth and what i used to get up to. :whistling: I think most people 45 without the rose tinted glasses might wonder what all the fuss is about.
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