Great deals are hard to find, especially on good entertainment. That’s where I come in. Instead of paying $13 to go see a film at a theater, wait and buy the film and watch it over and over again, in the comfort of your own home for far less. I have found cheap DVD/Blu RAY deals for film lovers everywhere. Check out the different deals on films, new and old. Don’t snooze on these great deals, get them while you still can.
Here is a list of some of the films I found this week on Deepdiscount and Amazon:
- Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince | $9.49
- Million Dollar Baby | $7.62
- License to Wed | $8.51
- One Fine Day | $8.80
My pick of the week: From these four films I have to go with Million Dollar Baby. The main reason is Clint Eastwood. The man can do no wrong when it comes to films. At his age, he can still act as good as anyone and has proven to the movie world, as well as audiences worldwide, that he is just as talented behind the camera. As if that wasn’t enough, the film also stars Oscar winners Hilary Swank and Morgan Freeman, both of which gave performances of a lifetime in this film about a woman boxer who goes from being a waitress who steals her customers leftovers as dinner to a successful boxing champion.
- Night at the Museum | $11.23
- 27 Dresses | $11.23
- Easy Virtue | $14. 72
- What Happens in Vegas | $11.23
My pick of the week: Although all four are frees spirited, fun movies to watch, my pick is 27 Dresses. This romantic comedy, a.k.a chick flick, stars the always lovable Katherine Heigl and was directed by Anne Fletcher. This film plays off of the saying “always the bridesmaid, never the bride”. Heigl plays a girl that has been a bridesmaid an unheard of 27 times because she just can’t say no when asked. It is predictable from the very beginning but you can’t help but fall in love with Heigl’s character.
My pick of the week: Lot of good picks. New classic vs. old. I gotta go with… Jack Nicholson‘s “You can’t handle the truth!” It is powerful line, in a powerful scene in one of the best movies of our time. Rob Reiner directed A Few Good Men which was a battle of one man (Nicholson) stopping at nothing to keep his honor as a officer in the military and one man (Cruise) will stop at nothing to find the truth about a Marine that was murdered while serving his time in the military.
Which film would you want to own and watch over and over again?