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Byline: Rick Fulton

Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs UHEIGH-HO... the famous dwarfs are off again with a return to DVD and Blu-ray - not bad for a Disney film made in 1937. It hasn't lost any of its lustre and charm as The Queen (voiced by Lucille La Verne) plots to kill stepdaughter Snow White (Adriana Caselotti). A great tale with fantastic songs. DVD PS17.99/Blu-ray PS20.99 Non-Stop 15 AGEING action hero Liam Neeson plays another ageing action hero as the success of Taken continues to strip him of his acting credentials. He plays a federal air marshall on a flight who gets a message that someone is going to be killed on the plane. Enjoy the action sequences and forget the plausibility. DVD PS19.99/Blu-ray PS24.99 Ride Along 12A BUDDY comedy with few laughs. Kevin Hart plays a high school security guard who tries to prove himself by joining the police force like his brother-in law James (Ice Cube). James takes him on a 24-hour patrol neither will forget. It's like a male version of The Heat without laughs or chemistry between leads. DVD PS19.99/Blu-ray PS24.99 The Guillotines 15 AN action-packed period thriller from Infernal Affairs director Andrew Lau. Emperor Yongzheng (Lau) amasses a secret army known as the Guillotines, who protect him by eliminating anyone who poses a challenge to his rule. When the time comes for their 349th assignment, the Guillotines discover they too are expendable. DVD PS17.99 Mr Sloane 15 NICK Frost stars in this Sky Atlantic comedy series. He plays the down-on-his luck accountant of the title who loses his job and wife Janet (Olivia Colman), plunging him into the pits of suicidal despair. A free-spirited American woman called Robin (Ophelia Lovibond) shows him what his life could be like, if he has courage to change. DVD PS19.99
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jul 4, 2014
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