The Marvel Heroes Box Set (Dvd): X-Men 1-3 / Elektra / Daredevil / Fantastic Four £6.99 @ Play.com
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The Marvel Heroes Box Set (Dvd): X-Men 1-3 / Elektra / Daredevil / Fantastic Four £6.99 @ Play.com

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Found 28th Sep 2010Made hot 28th Sep 2010
This superb Marvel box features the following sci-fi adventures:

1. X-Men - 2000
2. X-Men 2 - 2003
3. X-Men 3 - 2006
4. Elektra - 2005
5. Daredevil - 2002
6. Fantastic Four - 2005

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was going to post this.

comes round often but always a great deal.

good deal for some good films

Nice stocking filler, voted hot

Awesome deal with some amazing movies.

It's a shame Silver Surfer is missing in this box.

Dirt cheap. Great deal.

well, i suppose it's a good price for the Bryan singer Xmen films and 4 coasters.

Does anyone know if these are siutable for a 4 year old? (Like the original batman film) or are they more like the modern batman films?

alano1963 - Sep 28, 2010 13:56Does anyone know if these are siutable for … alano1963 - Sep 28, 2010 13:56Does anyone know if these are siutable for a 4 year old? (Like the original batman film) or are they more like the modern batman films?



Personally speaking, I'd say the only film in the set which could get away with being 'suitable' is Fantastic Four. (and I believe that is rated PG accordingly?)

(voted hot btw)
Edited by: "BurntEffigy" 28th Sep 2010

alano1963

Does anyone know if these are siutable for a 4 year old? (Like the … Does anyone know if these are siutable for a 4 year old? (Like the original batman film) or are they more like the modern batman films?



Well they are certificate 15 - I'd say not..!

"I'd love to feel an airbag go off in my face"

alano1963

Does anyone know if these are siutable for a 4 year old? (Like the … Does anyone know if these are siutable for a 4 year old? (Like the original batman film) or are they more like the modern batman films?



All of these are very child friendly.

Wong

All of these are very child friendly.

The box says cert 15 ?

15 cos Daredevil has a bit of swearing, and is probably the most violent of the lot on offer - oh and in the first X-men, Wolverine stabs himself through the shoulders (not that you see any blood or anything)

but for a 4yo? nah, probably not. I'd stick to the cartoon versions of the various characters.

its hardly bride of chucky is it, i let my 4 year old watch these when he was younger and it didnt do him any harm, i said as much last time i visited him in Rampton.

Varying quality but this is a hot deal.

As for the 4 year old, none suitable apart from Fantastic Four (I haven't seen Electra) but all the X-Men films are cert. 12
X-Men: There's a scene where a politician swells up as if filling with water before exploding which would upset many of that age.
X2: Some disturbing imagery of Wolverine's past.
X-Men Last Stand: Vinnie Jones is in it. No child deserves this.
Daredevil: Although a better film than it's given credit for, it's too violent for children.
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