If you're looking for an inexpensive way to boost your DVD library head over to Amazon. They have dozens of great movies - not the usual suspects of poor rip-offs and telemovies toy usually see in the bargain bins - on sale for less than $5 on DVD. And there are Blu-ray versions of many for less than $10. Here are the highlights.
If you want to look through the entire catalog of movies, from the Fox Studio, pop over to Amazon's Fox Great Movie Sale for a look.
I watched Independence Day: Resurgence on a plane recently and while it's not quite as much fun as the first instalment, it's not a total waste of 114 minutes. It kept me entertained, unlike The Greatest Showman - 15 minutes of that was enough for me.
This is perhaps my favourite sci-fi movie of the last few years. It's become a "go to' movie when I want to watch something that doesn't treat me like a fool. And, as well as being smart, it's very entertaining.
If you're looking for something for younger members of the family, then these four flicks could fit the bill
Assassins Creed (DVD): $4.50
Battle of the Sexes plots the story of an infamous moment in sports history as Billie Jean King looks horns with misogynistic former player Bobby Riggs. It's a great movie that covers a chapter in sport that has had massive, long-term repercussions.
Battle of the Sexes (DVD): $5.00
The Kingsman movies are gratuitous in almost every way. But they are fun. Well worth a look.
For those looking for some more serious movies, these last few are all great. All four will cost you less than $20 and provide you with many hours of entertainment.
Hidden Figures (DVD): $5.00
The Revenant (DVD): $4.25
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