DVD prices constantly fluctuate, so it’s a good thing that we always keep an eye out for those extreme sales so you don’t have to. This week, we’ve found a nice batch of movies for super-cheap on Amazon.com and they range from the John Hughes classic, The Breakfast Club to the contemporary bromance, I Love You, Man, both of which can be bought at an affordable price.
Check out some of the great deals available this week…
Pick of the Week: Late-great director John Hughes’ film, The Breakfast Club is the popular 1985 film that changed the way detention was viewed forever. It centered on five high school students from different cliques who are assigned detention on a Saturday morning. Throughout the day they pour their hearts out to each other and discover that they have a lot more in common than they thought. It stars the queen of 80′s teen films Molly Ringwald and Emilio Estevez.
More than $10
- Boondock Saints | $12.99
- Ratatouille | $13.99
- The Incredibles | $14.99
- Taken | $10.49
- I Love You, Man | $12.49
Pick of the week: Every so often, there is an action adventure film that actually thrills. Pierre Morel’s drama Taken does just that. It has a father-daughter relationship that’s put to the test when an ex-spy has to use all his skills to save his child who’s been forced into the European slave trade. Liam Neeson is a badass in this movie that keeps you guessing until the very end.
- Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull | $12.00
- Black Hawk Down | $12.99
- Jennifer’s Body| $14.49
- The Silence of the Lambs | $9.99
Pick of the week: I’m going to go with the classic crime thriller The Silence of the Lambs on this one. Director Jonathan Demme tells the story of FBI agent Clarice Starling (Jodie Foster) who must trust and confide in the psychotic serial killer, Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins) in order catch another murderer who skins his victims. The talent alone make this film worth watching. Both Foster and Hopkins give the performances of a lifetime and they’ve got their Oscars to prove it.
Which film from this weeks lists is your favorite?