DVD’s are a very welcome gift for Fathers Day, hubbie is always eager to watch a film and Warner Bros. certainly have plenty of choice to satisfy any viewing cravings your partner might have. Lots of action, adventure or a bit of comedy to pick from. I love giving the gift of DVD’s because I get to benefit too, we can snuggle up on the sofa and get lost in a good film. To be honest I do find buying gifts for the males of the family much harder than the ladies, but a DVD bundle is something that even I can manage! Perhaps throw in a couple of beers and some popcorn (Joe & Seph's being my popcorn of choice).
I have a competition over on twitter to win a bundle of DVD’s ideal for you to gift your own dad or child’s dad this Fathers Day. Make sure your following @missingsleep to see my own competition but also the hashtag #WBFathersDay so you can see any other competitions currently running too!
The DVD bundle includes 1x Mad Max Anthology, 1x Horrible Bosses 2, 1x Vacation, 1x Edge of Tomorrow and 1x The Man From U.N.C.L.E DVD.
Mad Max Anthology
A great compilation if you want to revisit the first three films and have yet to catch up with the latest one (Fury Road). Lots of action, car chases and stunts.
Horrible Bosses 2
Nick, Dale and Kurt come over all entrepreneurial and set up their own business to avoid having horrible bosses again but they still end up hell bent on revenge when things don’t go quite to plan. As sequels go its great they have the entire original cast again and plenty of laughter is pretty much guaranteed!
This film follows Rusty as a grown up attempting his own journey to Walley World with his family, fans of National Lampoon’s Vacation will no doubt enjoy revisiting another ill-fated road trip adventure and enjoy the cameos of Chevy Chase and Beverly D'Angelo. Yes it can be frustrating watching road trips that go so wrong but they can be very funny too!
Live Die Repeat: Edge of Tomorrow
One for the sci-fi fans, this film is set in the future and has Tom Cruise battling (almost) invincible alien invaders, think Groundhog Day but with a MUCH bigger challenge to face (with lots more at stake!). Major Bill Cage (Tom’s character) learns from his experiences so each repetition of the same battle he is better prepared to stand a chance of stopping the aliens.
The Man From U.N.C.L.E DVD