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Unstoppable Blu Ray £10.00 instore @ Sainsburys
Unstoppable Blu Ray  £10.00 instore @ Sainsburys

Unstoppable Blu Ray £10.00 instore @ Sainsburys

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Not sure if this is UK wide but found today in the Poplar's Sainsbury's store in Stevenage.

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Read what really happened, and you will think the "true life movie" is a joke.

The train was never really out of control, and matter of fact...... Well you can read what happened.

How hollywood does it, I dont know.

canada16

Read what really happened, and you will think the "true life movie" is a … Read what really happened, and you will think the "true life movie" is a joke. The train was never really out of control, and matter of fact...... Well you can read what happened. How hollywood does it, I dont know.




Next you'll be telling me the Jason Bourne films are fictional...

Well as much as I'd love to watch a tedious documentary about a train that was mildly out of control...

This movie was really good, and was actually looking to see how much this was yesterday. Not sure if its a tenner purchase for me though

Actually just read what really happened, seems pretty like the film to be honest but not going to ruin it for people who want to buy this

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canada16 - Jun 08, 2011 14:20
Read what really happened, and you will think the "true life movie" is a joke.
The train was never really out of control, and matter of fact...... Well you can read what happened.
How hollywood does it, I dont know.

Hollywood does it because it makes money - simple as that. And if any of us declined to watch a film because the American's had rewritten history we'd not have seen anything from Saving Private Ryan to U-571 to Pearl Harbor all of which were based on real life events but have been embellished by the film makers (some better than others) Personally I don't really care when it comes to action blockbusters. This looks and sounds superb on a 50" plasma in DTS-HD Master Audio which is all I care about if it's a Blu Ray I'm going to buy (as in I must like the film if I'm going to buy it) However I will not pay 20th Century Fox asking price for their Blu Rays. They are by far the most expensive studio for Blu Ray discs although they might finally be waking up at last. This and Predators were down to the £10 mark within a month to six weeks of release - I'm simply not prepared to pay £18 to £25 for a Blu Ray disc.

Don't think any true life movie is that accurate, and this only says inspired by true events.

Got to agree on the £10 price tag for blurays, I generally wait for the £6 price mark

Just come on here to see if anyone has posted this as I spotted it in Sainsbury's Truro this morning. Amazed this is so cold. £10 beats best internet price by over £6!.
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