Tuesday, 22 July 2014

DVD Round-Up

First up this week is Terry Gilliam's The Zero Theorem, and interesting and at times intense take on the meaning of life. Much like Gilliam's masterpiece Brazil, this film is full of junk box sets and dialogue you have to take a double take at, but sometimes the film, with all its frivolity (like singing pizza boxes) can feel a bit heavy. If your a fan of Gilliam or are interested in philosophy, then this film is for you.

Also re-released on DVD and Blu-Ray this week is The Beatles first film A Hard Days Night, released to commemorate it's 50th anniversary. We will be doing a Virgin Viewings for this film coming out on Saturday, so look forward to our review of it then

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