Survive the big freeze with some great DVDs
It's beginning to look a lot like frostbite out there, so why not curl up with a decent DVD on a cold winter's eve? It's been a bumper week for new releases and there are some fab films on offer in your local 'vidyoh' shop.
If you missed it in the cinema (you were clearly under a rock) then why not catch the last installment of Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy? The Dark Knight Rises sees Batman return to Gotham after 8 years and attempt to save the city from Bane and his sidekick, Selina Kyle. If the reviews are anything to go by then this one is worth a watch!
Andrew Garfield hit our screens as The Amazing Spiderman earlier this summer and now's your chance to catch Marc Webb's (it's so hard to refrain from being punny) reboot of the franchise once more. You know the story already; spider bites boy, boy becomes superhero. But there's a twist in the tale this time as Peter does his best to make sense of the few murky clues he has about his past and discovers the shocking secret that will change his life forever.
Rounding off the action pack is The Bourne Legacy. Jeremy Renner takes the lead in the first Matt Damon-less Bourne movie, which shifts the focus on to Alex Cross. The CIA operative makes the vow to give himself over completely to 'the operati' in the fourth installment in the action thriller franchise.
If you're feeling a bit festive then New Years Eve will be right up your alley. This ensemble RomComDramedy features a host of stars including Robert DeNiro, Sarah Jessica Parker, Michelle Pfeiffer, Ashton Kutcher, Lea Michele and Zac Efron. It follows the lives and loves of several New York singles and couples as their tales intertwine over the course of one New Year's Eve. It's the perfect option if you've trying to save Love Actually for later in the season!
And finally, if you're in the mood for a good laugh then grab your thunder buddy and take a break with Ted because Seth McFarlane's summer hit is finally on the shelves. Mark Wahlberg stars as John, a man whose Christmas wish as a child was that his teddy bear, Ted , would come to life and be his best friend forever. His wish comes true but Ted isn't exactly suitable for children under 3, or John's long suffering girlfriend, played by Mila Kunis.
Story by Sarah Doran | 12:44 | Wednesday 5th December 2012 | Movie News
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