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Seven Underrated Movies On DVD

J. A. Eyers "jaeyers"
 
Alien 3 [DVD] [1992]
Alien 3 [DVD] [1992]
"Dark, depressing, serious and daring - the antithesis of Aliens. Sigourney Weaver is superb, and her sacrifice makes for a powerful denouement."
Alien Resurrection [1997] [DVD]
Alien Resurrection [1997] [DVD]
"Sumptuous cinematography, well-choreographed set pieces and another delicious performance from Sigourney Weaver, this time going all out with a new alien Ripley."
Enemy at the Gates [2001] [DVD]
Enemy at the Gates [2001] [DVD]
"Bob Hoskins plays Khrushchev, the irritating kid from My Family gets hanged and the true winners of World War Two finally get some mainstream screen time. The Stalingrad sequence is superb."
Deep Blue Sea [1999] [DVD]
Deep Blue Sea [1999] [DVD]
"It's like somebody took the second half of Titanic and mixed it with the first half of Jaws and thought it would make a great film. They were nearly right, too."
John Carpenter's The Thing [DVD] [1982]
John Carpenter's The Thing [DVD] [1982]
"Like Alien, but stuck in the Antarctic and with a sense of humour. Very grim and nihilistic, and with an open ending that will keep you wondering."
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (Special Edition) [1984] [DVD]
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (Special Edition) [1984] [DVD]
"Captain Kirk steals the Enterprise, blows it up, rescues Mr Spock, escapes an exploding planet and still manages to make time to beat up the Klingons. The best of the odd-numbered Star Trek movies."
The Abyss (Two-Disc Special Edition) [DVD] [1989]
The Abyss (Two-Disc Special Edition) [DVD] [1989]
"The theatrical version was an underwater Close Encounters, that's why a director's cut was needed. James Cameron's most intelligent film."