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  • Tractor Tom is a children's television series animated in the hi-tech style of Toy Story and Shrek. Tom is a bright red tractor who lives and works on Springhill Farm with all his mechanical and barnyard friends. With his big heart and curious spirit, he is always getting into fun-filled adventures that combine great humour with funky music. This volume features the following episodes: "Ring Tone", "Showtime Tom", "Apple Squash", "Baa Baa Tom Sheep" and "Football Crazy".

    Contains 1 disc. Cert U.

  • The sequel to the 2005 blockbuster Fantastic Four, Rise Of The Silver Surfer finds the Marvel superhero quartet of Reed Richards (Ioan Gruffudd), Sue Storm (Jessica Alba), Johnny Storm (Chris Evans), and Ben Grimm (Michael Chiklis) facing an extraterrestrial threat in the form of the title character (played by Doug Jones and voiced by Laurence Fishburne), an enigmatic being whose presence on Earth could signal the planet's end. Amidst the ensuing action, Reed and Sue attempt to tie the knot, and an old foe (Dr. Doom, portrayed by Julian McMahon) waits in the wings, allowing for plenty of levity and drama. This Fantastic Four outing, once again directed by Tim Story, gets much of its verve from the Silver Surfer himself. Played by Jones, an actor best known for his dual roles in Pan's Labyrinth, the Surfer is more than just CGI sheen, with subtle movements that seem truly alien and a voice of supreme gravitas, courtesy of Fishburne. Reed and Sue deal with wedding woes, while the fiery Johnny (aka The Human Torch) and a rock-solid Ben (The Thing) provide an extra dose of humour in a power-switching plot, making the film much lighter than other Marvel offerings.

    Contains 1 disc. Cert PG.

  • What really happens on the farm when the farmer isn't looking? In director Steve Oedekerk's (KUNG POW: ENTER THE FIST, ACE VENTURA: WHEN NATURE CALLS) computer-generated animation feature, the farm animals can do everything humans do. They talk, walk upright, buy human contraband from a 'grey market' run by the gophers, and even turn the barn into a nightclub. Of course, they do all of this in secret. The biggest party animal is Otis (voiced by Kevin James), a happy-go-lucky cow who's always up for a crazy stunt or practical joke (bizarrely, the movie is full of male cows with udders). But Otis' carefree attitude doesn't sit too well with his father, Ben (Sam Neill), the barnyard patriarch and protector. While he loves his slacker son, Ben thinks that Otis needs to learn some responsibility if he is to continue his legacy. When the dangerous coyote season arrives and Ben is no longer able to serve as barnyard security, mayhem ensues and the farm starts to resemble an amusement park. Alas, Otis is still too immature to take the lead, preferring instead to woo bovine beauty Daisy (Courtney Cox) and party with his friends. But when push comes to shove, will Otis stand up to the coyotes and protect the barnyard, or will he turn the udder cheek? This coming-of-age tale is bolstered by the human antics of the animals and genuine laugh-out-loud moments for all ages. Wanda Sykes voices Bessy, Daisy's cynical cow friend, and Danny Glover voices Miles the Mule, a sage elder on the farm. Songs by Tom Petty and Peter Gabriel, as well as other artists, elevate the soundtrack above typical children's fare. Contains 1 disc. Cert PG.
  • Daredevil (Ben Affleck), a street smart vigilante crime-fighter, falls in love with the beautiful martial arts master Elektra (Jennifer Garner), but when she and her family are targeted by a vicious assassin, Daredevil is faced with losing the one thing he loves.

    Contains 1 disc. Cert 15.

  • The Way Back is the critically acclaimed new release from renowned director Peter Weir (Master and Commander, The Truman Show), starring Colin Farrell, Jim Sturgess, ED Harris, Mark Strong and Saoirse Ronan. Inspired by an incredible true story, this epic film of survival against-the-odds tells the story of a group of seven prisoners who escaped from a Soviet gulag in Stalin-era Russia and walked over 4,000 miles across some of the most unforgiving terrain in the world, crossing the Siberian Arctic, the Gobi desert and the Himalayas before finally arriving in British ruled India. Contains 1 disc. Cert 12.

  • In this sequel to Daredevil, the Marvel series is drawn upon once again to present the mysterious and powerful character of Elektra (Jennifer Garner), a professional assassin with special skills. Clad in a red suit, she relies on her mental acuity, which allows her to see a short distance into the future. With this talent she can stalk her victims and kill them before they are even aware of her presence. She is cold and introspective to a fault, shunning all human contact in favour of meditating on her powers. Even so, she is haunted by the memories of her youth, when as a small girl she witnessed her mother's brutal murder by a mysterious horned enemy.

    When a mission leads her to a father and daughter, Mark (Goran Visnjic) and Abby (Kirsten Prout), something deep inside her causes her to abort the assassination. But before she knows it, a team of the highly dangerous ninja experts called the Hand are sent to take out Mark and Abby themselves. The leader of the Hand, Kirigi (Will Yun Lee), has a greater objective in mind for Mark and Abby, and Elektra decides to defend the helpless twosome until she solves the mystery behind why the Hand wants them dead. Highlights of the film centre on Elektra's impressive moves in her red-hot suit, flinging her Sai weapons with menacing accuracy.

    Plentiful action scenes and special effects certainly add some high-intrigue moments to the plot, but there is also a softer side to Elektra, which is about mothers and daughters. Elektra frequently flashes back to her mother's death and her memories of youth, while in present time she is forming a bond with young Abby, providing for some tender moments.

    Contains 1 disc. Cert 15.

  • Contains 1 disc. Cert U. Bob s building Fixham Harbour s new dinosaur-themed fun park with a giant roller coaster and fantastic rides. Everything is going to plan until the team begin unearth dinosaur bones on site! The machines can't contain their excitement and are eager to dig in and get mucky, but where are they going to put all the bones and who will be able to move them and will dinosaur hunter Scratch be lucky enough to find his own discovery? Fortunately Bob's got a plan and Rubble the new dumper truck can help!

  • Angelina Ballerina and her friends fall into all sorts of adventures involving a witch, a princess and the king and queen, before whom Angelina Ballerina dances as part of a spectacular royal party!

    Certificate U. 1 disc.

  • Welcome to my new DVD, Duel - It's all about challenges and some big questions. Which car makes the most smoke while going sideways - a Lambourghini Murcielago SuperVeloce or a Vauxhall VXR8 Bathurst S? What is best at drifting? The Jaguar XKR, the Louts Evora, Audi's R8 V10 or BMW's M3? To find out, I globe-trot from sun-drenched Spain to Silverstone via Oxfordshire and Swindon.

    There is serious science too. Can the Stig drift a car while wearing wellies? Can I corner in flippers? Can Formula One ace Anthony Davidson slide a car in ice skates? Who is best at off road driving? Kate Silverton, rugby's Matt Dawson, singer Ronan Keating or me? Which is the fastest - a car or a man? Find out as the Aston Martin V12 Vantage sprints against flying rugby winger Tom Varndell in a 100 metre drag race.

    I join forces against Vicki Butler-Henderson and Tiff Needell. There's carnage in an auto-test and I push the 190mph Aston Martin DBS Volante to the limit against Vicki in a £150,000 Ferrari California. I also pick a Ford Focus RS for a road race against his Stigness in a Lambourghini Gallardo Spyder. Who will win?

    What will hit the ground first from 150 feet up a penny or a Ford Scropio? Can the Stig ride a bicycle? And can a man with a rubbish car get it home using no fuel at all. Just a catapult. Meanwhile, there's a terrible accident with a Morris Marina and a piano and everything else explodes, including Ronan Keating.

  • Barney the big purple dinosaur entertains young viewers while teaching valuable lessons about friendship in this fairy-tale themed release, in which he teams up with his friends BJ and Baby Bop to tell his own versions of stories like Goldilocks and the Tortoise and the Hare. Contains 1 disc. Cert U.

  • With her cheerful nature, inquiring mind, and colorful fashion sense, Nickelodeon's adorable bilingual heroine Dora The Explorer has charmed both pre-school age children and their parents alike. Designed to simulate a computer game, the animated series follows the cute little Latina girl, her monkey PAL boots, and their anthropomorphic cohorts MAP and Backpack as they set out on problem solving adventures that encourage interaction and physical activity while teaching simple concepts such as counting, logic skills, and basic Spanish. In Singing Sensation, kids get the opportunity sing-along with Dora as she searches for a famed pirate ship. Contains 1 disc. Cert U.

  • Based on the classic Marvel Comics series, Sam Raimi's Spider-Man deftly details the origin of the web-slinging superhero. When awkward New York City teenager Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire) attends a class field trip to a laboratory, he gets bitten by a genetically altered spider while taking photos of his longtime crush, the lovely Mary Jane Watson (Kirsten Dunst). Soon he discovers this bite has given him remarkable powers heightened strength, dexterity, and awareness, along with the ability to cling to walls and shoot webs from his wrists. Hoping to win Mary Jane's heart using his new talents, Peter becomes distracted from home life with his doting Aunt May (Rosemary Harris) and Uncle Ben (Cliff Robertson), ultimately leading to tragedy and his new role as the crime fighting Spider-Man. Meanwhile Harry Osborn (Willem Dafoe), the industrialist father of Peter's friend Norman (James Franco), undergoes a transformation of his own, bringing about the creation of Spider-Man's arch-nemesis the Green Goblin. In order to save his loved ones and all of New York City--from the devastating force of the deluded Goblin, Spider-Man must take on the villain in a series of stunning battles. By staying true to the essence of the comic book, Raimi accomplishes the rare feat of crafting a superhero movie with a real heart. Rather than focusing solely on action and explosions, Spider-Man wisely shines the spotlight on the character of Peter Parker, played with perfect bewilderment by Maguire. The special effects, of course, are dazzling, but they are topped by an excellent cast that also includes the radiant Dunst, the menacing Dafoe, the brooding Franco, and the scene stealing J.K. Simmons as Peter's tough talking boss. (Raimi fans will notice cameos by the director's brother, Ted Raimi, and Evil Dead series star Bruce Campbell.) The result is a charming and amazingly entertaining film unafraid to combine CGI animation with sincere human emotion. Contains 1 disc. Cert 12.

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