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WHO DARES WINS (15, Blu-ray pounds 13.99) ??wis Collins, of Professionals fame, stars in this faintly engaging terroristrescue drama. With anti-nuclear activists holding hostages in a London embassy, he must infiltrate the gang. Not a great film, but the extras are good.
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THE NIGHT PORTER (18, pounds 9.99, Blu-ray pounds 15.99) ????e mid 70s, the atrocities of the Nazi regime gave rise to some arty but X-rated flicks about power and subjugation. This is the most interesting as a concentration camp survivor (Charlotte Rampling) begins an affair with a former guard.
SALUTE (PG, pounds 14.99) E99) of the two merican Tommy d John who black ute during Olympics The tale of the two African-American athletes - Tommy Smith and John Carlos - who gave the black power salute during the 1968 Olympics gets a timely release. The focus is also on their white rival, Aussie, Peter Norman.
AT THE EARTH'S CORE (PG, pounds 9.99) ??ter Cushing stars in a limp adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs' tale of two Victorian era adventurers who drill into the Earth's core. It's a movie that's perhaps best forgotten.
THE PLAYERS (18, pounds 9.99) Jean Dujardin, star of The Artist, stars in a very different movie as a man behaving badly in a series of short films exploring the bedroom habits of the modern metrosexual. Never has the male of the species appeared so loathsomely funny.
AFFAIR: Charlotte Rampling and Dirk Bogarde