There are always tons of DVDs on sale. It can be slightly daunting to go through them to separate the good from the bad. Here is a list the top 17 DVD’s on sale, that are worth your time. Below is everything from the dark comedy Burn After Reading, and The Lives of Others. There are even a few classic movies on the list. The prices range from DVDs under $15 to $40.00.
There are a few Blu-Ray discs on the list; all of which are under $20.00. Check it out…
- Burn After Reading | $12.49
- Wanted | $12.49
- Labyrinth | $7.49
- W. | $13.99
- The Lives of Others | $11.49
- In Bruges | $11.49
- The Evil Dead | $14.99
My pick of the week: The Lives of Others is a fantastic movie. I would highly recommend it if you haven’t seen it. It has won a slew of awards from various festivals. Watch the trailer below.
- Knocked Up (Unrated) | $16.99
- Forgetting Sarah Marshall (Three-disc/Unrated) | $16.99
- Charade | $29.99
- Le Plaisir | $39.99
My pick of the week:You really can’t go wrong with either one of the Judd Apatow movies, Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Knocked Up are both funny movies. They are really good lazy day movies to watch on a Sunday morning. If I HAVE to pick I’ll say Knocked Up but both are great.
- Pixar Short Films: Volume 1 | $19.49
- Signs | $19.49
- Ratatouille | $19.49
- Gangs of New York | $19.49
- No Country for Old Men | $19.49
- The Prestige | $19.49
My pick of the week: I am really curious what is on the Pixar Short Films DVD; it is probably really good. But, in case that doesn’t peak your interest, I would recommend No Country for Old Men. It is an intense movie, and Javier Bardem does a great job as the bad guy. Seriously, he is so creepy. You would never want to see him in a dark alley. Watch the trailer for No Country for Old Men.