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Training Day DVD £2.99 + Free Delivery/Quidco @ HMV
Training Day DVD £2.99 + Free Delivery/Quidco @ HMV

Training Day DVD £2.99 + Free Delivery/Quidco @ HMV

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Antoine Fuqua (THE REPLACEMENT KILLERS, BAIT) turns up the intensity level with TRAINING DAY, a charged drama about police corruption in downtown Los Angeles. Ethan Hawke stars as Jake Hoyt, a well-intentioned young officer who thinks he's found his ticket to becoming a detective in the form of undercover officer Alonzo Harris (Denzel Washington). Harris is a notorious figure in the streets and in the office. He also has the authority to make Jake's professional wishes come true, provided Jake is able to prove his worth on Alonzo's team. At first, Alonzo's blunt, carefree demeanour provides a shock to Jake's optimistic system, but as it becomes clear that Alonzo is dangerously out of control, Jake must decide whether or not to risk his future in the name of the law.
Washington's performance as the hardened, pragmatic detective is a sight to behold. He delivers his lines with a devilish ferocity that keeps the film bubbling throughout. Hawke slips into the role of the rookie everyman with ease, providing a good contrast to Washington's fiery presence. Former video director Fuqua completes the picture by casting musicians Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, and Macy Gray in supporting roles.

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hmm, im guessing this is the cheapest price for the movie, but its so old, id say £2.99 is overpriced these days. i paid this for the hd-dvd version, id say £2 max for older films on dvds these days.

but if its the cheapest fair enough, but i wouldnt say its a super deal or anything.

but it is a great film

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speakerwizard;6095514

but it is a great film



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stingersplash;6095464

hmm, im guessing this is the cheapest price for the movie, but its so … hmm, im guessing this is the cheapest price for the movie, but its so old, id say £2.99 is overpriced these days. i paid this for the hd-dvd version, id say £2 max for older films on dvds these days.but if its the cheapest fair enough, but i wouldnt say its a super deal or anything.



as is citizen kane but still a classic movie
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Good price for a denzel film

paid £2 last week at Morrissons :whistling:

anyone know what kind of case this comes in? looking to replace my old R1 cardboard case copy
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