The Taking of Pelham 123 DVD (1974 version) - £2.99  instore only @ Sainsbury's - selected stores
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The Taking of Pelham 123 DVD (1974 version) - £2.99 instore only @ Sainsbury's - selected stores

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Found 30th Jul 2009
Got this for £2.99 instore. Don't know if it is nationwide but a good price as the next best online is £4.89! Guessing its cos the new one is out soon. Got Nectar points too! Great movie!

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Less than half the price of a cinema ticket for one person where i'm from...

andyat2002;5888099

Less than half the price of a cinema ticket for one person where i'm … Less than half the price of a cinema ticket for one person where i'm from...



... and the original is good, whereas the remake is not supposed to be very good at all.

damn these in store offers.

actually its the same price on play.com + you can use quidco.

original is a classic,actually enjoyed the new one would give it a 7/10

boothy;5888287

original is a classic,actually enjoyed the new one would give it a 7/10




Funny you should say that as I gave it 7/10 on my amazon review . . :-D

]New film

tallpete33;5888320

Funny you should say that as I gave it 7/10 on my amazon review . . … Funny you should say that as I gave it 7/10 on my amazon review . . :-D]New film



I never think this is worthwhile before the DVD comes out. Reviews of DVDs are meant to be of the DVD, which you can't review until you know what extras etc. are on it and so forth.

IMdB and others (I personally like Criticker.com) are for movie reviews.

Finjibuns;5888276

actually its the same price on play.com + you can use quidco.



Yep. Bought it a few days ago. Smart move by Play.

ravenheart;5888478

I never think this is worthwhile before the DVD comes out. Reviews of … I never think this is worthwhile before the DVD comes out. Reviews of DVDs are meant to be of the DVD, which you can't review until you know what extras etc. are on it and so forth.IMdB and others (I personally like Criticker.com) are for movie reviews.




A lot of people look (inc myself) look at amazon for a broader spectrum of reviews from the general public before going to the cinema so it is valid.

Extras - basically a few deleted scenes and 10 minutes of directors commentary on just about every DVD release. I think I once looked at some extras in 2003. Never again, got much better things to do with my time.

2-disc "special" editions are just a way of rinsing more money out of the buying public.

Didnt realise this was a remake, interesting.

If you have Sky (and prob other sites ) you can get this on True Movies Sky 321 / 322

Forgot to say the old version:oops:
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