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UNSTOPPABLE BLU RAY TRIPPLE PLAY ASDA - £10 instore only maybe - probably nationwide
UNSTOPPABLE BLU RAY TRIPPLE PLAY  ASDA - £10 instore only maybe - probably nationwide

UNSTOPPABLE BLU RAY TRIPPLE PLAY ASDA - £10 instore only maybe - probably nationwide

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found this in my local asda store today ... was previously £19.00 this week ... couldnt resist buying it at a bargain £10 for blu ray / dvd and digital copy all in one. i assume this will be nationwude

£16.93 on Amazon
£17.49 on play


TAKEN FROM AMAZON :-

Amazon.co.uk Review
Orson Welles once said that directing a movie was like playing with the greatest toy train set in the world, and Tony Scott seems to be taking him literally. With the caboose of Scott's Taking of Pelham 123 barely in the distance, the filmmaker turned to Unstoppable, a train-chase picture loosely inspired by a true story (and perhaps just a smidgen by Runaway Train, the 1985 film based on an Akira Kurosawa script). At a Pennsylvania rail yard, some clueless workers let an unmanned train get loose, and the thing is soon hurtling across the countryside. Did we mention that it's pulling a few cars' worth of highly toxic material? Did you doubt it would be? Meanwhile, old-time engineer Denzel Washington and new conductor Chris Pine are making a routine run nearby--of course, in the movies, a routine run almost always turns into something wild. This odd couple is the only hope for stopping the runaway, while upper management dithers and an operations-room dispatcher (Rosario Dawson) spends most of the movie talking into her headset. Scott is an unabashed manipulator, and he yanks all the strings at his disposal for this whipped-up pageant: song cues, hype-filled reaction shots, stunts aplenty. It's all so aggressive, it makes you wish the exciting story could be allowed to tell itself. But the pulse does quicken, if you can turn your mind off for a while. And although it's faint praise, the movie is undeniably better than Pelham 123.--Robert Horton

19 Comments

i noticed this today when i picked up due date and the mechanic for £10 on blu ray - think they also had the green hornet for same money

Original Poster

yeah i saw teh mechanic a few days ago .. just before my pay-day .. was out of stock when i went to get it lol . woudl love to knwo the cold voters find it cheaper

crap film though

Original Poster

spurski

crap film though




not sure , i havn't watched it yet .. besides thats not the point of the site

Original Poster

reviews on amazon :-

39 Reviews
5 star: (11)
4 star: (18)
3 star: (4)
2 star: (3)
1 star: (3)


Average Customer Review
3.8 out of 5 stars (39 customer reviews)


Good film, watched it a few weeks ago

Caught it in the cinema. It was entertaining without being too taxing. Denzel Washington play a good Denzel Washington and Chris Pine plays a fine 'young punk' i.e. Kirk again though without a Klingon in sight this time...

TALON1973

not sure , i havn't watched it yet .. besides thats not the point of the … not sure , i havn't watched it yet .. besides thats not the point of the site



I know I still voted hot.

Awesome! Wanted this since it was released but I refuse to pay £20 for a film. Heading over ASDA soon so I'll keep my eye out

Cliched blue-collar romanticism. Mid-afternoon Channel 5 fodder. Wait til it hits a fiver.

Orson Welles and Tony Scott in the same sentence?! Priceless.

Seen this on a seefilmfirst deal on here at the flicks..... thank GOD I never paid to see it!!

didnt like this at all, it was so unrealistic. other than that it was ok.
Edited by: "jay_leeds" 13th Jun 2011

jay_leeds

didnt like this at all, it was so unrealistic. other than that it was ok.



Its based on a true story, this actually happened

I thought it was a great film, really enjoyed it, however its a one watch, its good but once you see what happens, there isnt anything in it for a second watch, so for a £10 not bad,

The_Flash

Its based on a true story, this actually happenedI thought it was a great … Its based on a true story, this actually happenedI thought it was a great film, really enjoyed it, however its a one watch, its good but once you see what happens, there isnt anything in it for a second watch, so for a £10 not bad,



The main thing i didnt like was the fact that they only tried to get someone on the train once with a helicopter, when that went wrong they should have just tried agian, as the news helicopter in the film some how magically manages to stay up to speed with the train throughout the film. I'm not being picky as i though other than that the rest of the film is pretty good but getting someone on a train to press the brakes is not that hard and dramatic.

Saw this over the weekend and thought it was defiantly worth a watch

Same price in Sainsbury's.

Was £16.99 in Asda York and I think Green Hornet was the same price.
Edited by: "Kindred" 13th Jun 2011

i liked it def worth £10 x
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