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The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (DVD) - £1.99 @ Choices UK
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (DVD) - £1.99 @ Choices UK

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (DVD) - £1.99 @ Choices UK

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Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett star in this fantasy drama based on a 1922 short story by F. Scott Fitzgerald. The film tells the story of Benjamin Button (Pitt), a man born in unusual circumstances: he is born an old man and ages backwards before finally reaching babyhood. As his strange and often problematic life unfolds, he meets an assortment of interesting characters, including Daisy (Blanchett), granddaughter of one of the residents in the old people's home where Benjamin 'grows up', with whom he has a lifelong romance.

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I've voted hot on the price, although its the worst film I've even seen. Think it's a 'marmite' film as a couple of my friends loved it.

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I've voted hot on the price, although its the worst film I've even seen. … I've voted hot on the price, although its the worst film I've even seen. Think it's a 'marmite' film as a couple of my friends loved it.



Excellent price, great film in my opinion. You're the first person I know to say they disliked it that much!

Hot price but you have to make your purchase above £2.50 to go to checkout,so you can't buy just this for £1.99

It's a dreadful film, and very long. Good value if you like the pence / minute ratio.

If you see the lead actors and think it will be a great film, then you will be disapointed.
If you think of it as an extended metaphor art type film, then you may well like it.

Good price, but not for all.

I couldn't understand why there wasn't any medical experts and scientists that were a bit curious about him.

I also agree a dreadful film, and very long. I wouldn't take it if it was free, but that's just my opinion.

I thought this was a great film, touching and human with a great pence per minute ratio.

I didn't think this would be any good, but I was wrong. It has some beautifully touching moments. Blanchett and Swinton are very good.
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