- Enjoy £1.00 credit to spend on movies or TV on Amazon Video when you purchase a DVD or Blu-ray offered by Amazon.co.uk. A maximum of 1 credit per customer applies. UK customers only. Offer ends at 23:59 GMT on Wednesday, November 30, 2016 Here's how (terms and conditions apply)
- Note: Blu-ray discs are in a high definition format and need to be played on a Blu-ray player.
- Important Information on Firmware Updates: Having trouble with your Blu-ray disc player? Will certain discs just not play? You may need to update the firmware inside your player. Click here to learn more.
Immortals - Triple Play (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy) [Region Free]
Get £1 Off Amazon Video*
|Price:||£6.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over £20. Details|
- Choose from over 13,000 locations across the UK
- Prime members get unlimited deliveries at no additional cost
- Find your preferred location and add it to your address book
- Dispatch to this address when you check out
Please be aware that the digital copy supplied with this product has now expired and cannot be redeemed.
Special Offers and Product Promotions
Frequently Bought Together
What Other Items Do Customers Buy After Viewing This Item?
Eons after the Gods won their mythic struggle against the Titans, a new evil threatens the land. Mad with power, King Hyperion (Mickey Rourke) has declared war against humanity. Amassing a bloodthirsty army of soldiers disfigured by his own hand, Hyperion has scorched Greece in search of the legendary Epirus Bow, a weapon of unimaginable power forged in the heavens by Ares.
Only he who possesses this bow can unleash the Titans, who have been imprisoned deep within the walls of Mount Tartaros since the dawn of time and thirst for revenge. In the king’s hands, the bow would rain destruction upon mankind and annihilate the Gods. But ancient law dictates the Gods must not intervene in man’s conflict. They remain powerless to stop Hyperion…until a peasant named Theseus (Henry Cavill) comes forth as their only hope.
Secretly chosen by Zeus, Theseus must save his people from Hyperion and his hordes. Rallying a band of fellow outsiders—including visionary priestess Phaedra (Freida Pinto) and cunning slave Stavros (Stephen Dorff)—one hero will lead the uprising, or watch his homeland fall into ruin and his Gods vanish into legend.
The epic adventure Immortals is directed by revolutionary visualist Tarsem Singh (The Cell, The Fall) and produced by Gianni Nunnari and Mark Canton, the producers of 300, as well as Ryan Kavanaugh (Dear John, The Dark Fields).
- It's No Myth
- Carravaggio Meets Fight Club (Tarsem's Vision, A Matter of Persepctive, Immortal Warriors, Settling a Score)
- Deleted Scenes [Lysander Defects to the Heraklions (:31), Hellenics Arrive at Mount Tartarus (1:24), Zeus Confronts Poseidon (1:16), The Minotaur Tracks Our Heroes (:34), The Young Gods Discuss the Epirus Bow (:33), Mondragon and Beastmaster Report to Hyperion (:57), Helios Reports To Cassander (1:04) and Hyperion Curses the Gods (:23)]
- Alternate Opening Scene: Young Theseus
- Alternate Endings: This is Our Last Embrace and Theseus Kills Hyperion
- Excerpt from "Immortals: Gods & Heroes" Comic Book (50-60 Still Images)
- Theatrical Trailer
Director Tarsem Singh never, ever, shortchanges you on his visuals. Presented in razor-sharp 1080p, and in 3D too, Immortals is a busy, dramatic and sparkling home cinema demonstration. It hardly skimps on the action, either.
Said action kicks off as Mickey Rourke’s King Hyperion amasses an army, with the intention of waging war on humankind. This he does quite successfully, until the small matter of Henry Cavill’s Theseus interjects. It turns out that Theseus has been chosen by Zeus to do battle with Hyperion, and that’s pretty much all you need to know, before settling down to a couple of hours of medieval fantasy battling.
Anyone familiar with 300 will know the score here. Story isn’t Immortals’ strength, instead giving way to wave after wave of blockbuster carnage. There’s some terrific CG work at play here, too, that makes good use of 3D. And rarely isn’t something of note happening on the screen.
The extra features are good, with the Blu-ray boasting a pair of alternative endings, along with a different opening too. The ones chosen for the final cut edge them out, but it’s interesting to see what else was considered. There’s some more traditional deleted material, too, and some welcome insights courtesy of the behind the scenes footage. It all rounds off a strong package, for a relentlessly entertaining film, warts and all. --Jon Foster --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
Top Customer Reviews
Brief sex, brief nudity. 3 stars is generous.
As this film has had loads of reviews I'll make this one short.
Had the director NOT filmed in dim/low light throughout a great deal of the films length (was there an electric power shortage?) AND with the ridiculous use of tinting filters it would certainly have made for a much kinder viewing on the eyes. As it is, in parts I found myself straining my eyes to actually see what was on the screen. The tinting made the colours look unnatural and did nothing to improve the overall viewing experience.
Why was it not shoot in good old Technicolour?
Mad with power, King Hyperion has declared war against humanity. Amassing a bloodthirsty army of soldiers disfigured by his own hand, Hyperion has scorched Greece in search of the legendary Epirus Bow, a weapon of unimaginable power forged in the heavens by Ares.
Only he who possesses this bow can unleash the Titans, who have been imprisoned deep within the walls of Mount Tartaros since the dawn of time and thirst for revenge.
In the king's hands, the bow would rain destruction upon mankind and annihilate the Gods.
But ancient law dictates the Gods must not intervene in man's conflict. They remain powerless to stop Hyperion, until a peasant named Theseus comes forth as their only hope.
Secretly chosen by Zeus, Theseus must save his people from Hyperion and his hordes.
As you would expect from an artist such as Tarsem Singh (a director who extends his name by one word each movie), the film is beautiful to look at. And in one instance, I was expecting something more arty than 300, the film it's destined to be compared to.
Then we meet the characters and it's back to basics really.
I cannot fault the acting, it's brilliant and Cavill and Rourke seem to be having a blast, and the support too is spot on.
It's just that in between all the psychedelic images we see on scree, there is dialogue so clunky and inane, it's very hard to swallow.
The fight scenes are okay, but it's nothing you haven't seen before, and the basic story is something straight out of Harry Hamlins loin cloth.
But thanks to a tremendous turn from Rourke and some of the years finest imagery, Immortals is one of those films you can just sit back, and go with it.
And the 3D doesn't hurt either, it really shows that in the right hands, 3D could be something wonderful, and not a gimmick.
It`s money down the toilet!
If you accept Immortals for what it is-a fun 'popcorn' movie-you'll have a great time watching it. Hopefully it will do well, as the ending clearly sets up a possible sequel, which promises more of a focus on the war between the Gods, which could be epic.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A visually interesting Sword & Sandals flick, the action scenes were decent though the characters and story could be dodgy at times.Published 23 hours ago by KingKLR
boring,over too dark,depressing waste 30min can bear no morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Maybe there's a good movie in here, although the screen was so dark most of the time it might as well have been a radio play: but to be good radio, the dialog should have been... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Richard Law
run of the mill fantasy adventure. Bit dreary at times. Silly at other times, but not badPublished 1 month ago by Dr. Patrick A. G. Degenaar
Didn't expect much from this film but actually enjoyed it - great visual effects with a reasonable storyline - pure escapism & a great way to relax.Published 1 month ago by Poppysixes
Watched it once quite enjoyed it but don't think I want to watch it again. Bit like a tame version of 300. But the excitement was missing. Read morePublished 1 month ago by James Martin
Just rubbish, zero story, story character, zero interest. Some places it was too dark to see who was slaughtering who or why. Theseus fights the Minotaur for ... Read morePublished 1 month ago by AC White