This week’s list of cheap DVDs span from under $10 for regular discs to Blu-ray’s that are just a few dollars more. We have the critically acclaimed films The Cove and Cast Away, the eighties staple Pretty in Pink, and the cult hits My Big Fat Greek Wedding and Big Trouble, Little China to fill your basket. Which film will you choose?
Here are the movies available on Amazon at bargain prices…
- The Cove | $ 9.49
- Pretty in Pink | $6.99
- My Big Fat Greek Wedding | $5.98
- Shrek the Third | $9.49
- Shakespeare in Love | $9.49
Pick of the Week: The Cove
Director Louie Psihoyos brings us an eye opening documentary about animal abuse in a lagoon off the coast of Japan. Using state-of-the-art equipment, a group of activists led by renowned dolphin trainer Ric O’Barry infiltrate a cove near Taijii, Japan to expose both a shocking instance of animal abuse and a serious threat to human health. The Cove won a well deserved Oscar this year. Check it out if you haven’t already.
$10 and Up
- Terminator Salvation | $12.99
- Angels and Demons | $14.99
- The Patriot | $10.49
- Four Christmases | $11.99
- The Box | $13.49
Pick of the week: Terminator Salvation
Director McG had big shoes to fill when he decided to take on the next sequel in the long running Terminator franchise. The film centered on an adult John Connor (Christian Bale) and his fight to rid his futuristic world of machines with the aid of a cyborg named Marcus Wright (Sam Worthington). Even though the film was mediocre in every sense of the word it was responsible for giving American audiences their first look at Worthington.
- Old School | $11.49
- Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride | $ 12.49
- Cast Away | $11.49
- Big Trouble, Little China | $13.99
- The Phantom | $8.99
Pick of the week: Old School
Will Ferrell, Vince Vaughn, Luke Wilson, and Jeremy Piven star in this hilarious farce about four guys who relive their college days when one of them accidentally buys a house on campus property. They form their own fraternity and invite every misfit male student to join. Old School is like the grandfather to Todd Phillips‘ The Hangover.
Which film will you pick up this week?