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  • Audio CD (4 Mar. 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Pro TV
  • ASIN: B0000075T2
  • Other Editions: VHS Tape  |  DVD  |  Blu-ray
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 252,454 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
When Blu-rays are done properly, ideally going back to their original film elements, they can look absolutely breathtaking. This is just as true for a film from the 30s or 40s as it is for a film 10 years old. But when people are already dubious about the upgrade from DVD to Blu-ray, films like When Saturday Comes are an absolute travesty.

The film itself is not too bad. Sean Bean plays Sheffield United fan Jimmy Muir, and when he gets scouted putting in some amazing performances for his local non-league team, he gets the chance to really impress and make a debut for The Blades. But he's got a crazy brother, and his dad's a raging alcoholic, and his home life threatens his success and potential. It's a classic rags to riches story, the script itself is predictable, but Bean's always good value and he puts in a good performance here (though it's obvious he can't even pretend to know how to kick a ball!), and Pete Postlethwaite is excellent as his short-tempered manager. It's not a great football film (see The Damned United for one of those), but it's worth a watch. However, whatever you do, please do not buy it on Blu-ray. It looks more like a dodgy VHS that a cutting-edge Blu-ray, the image is soft and murky, the colours are all dull. I honesty have never seen anything as awful as this on Blu-ray, and if distributors continue to release rubbish like this people will start to lose confidence in Blu-ray, which is a shame because as I mentioned at the start of this review, if done properly they can look stunning. There's no excuse for this. I'd give it 3 stars on DVD, it only gets 1 star on Blu-ray. Avoid like the bubonic plague.
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I was not expecting a lot from this film but was pleasantly surprised. It is about the life of a factory worker (Jimmy Muir played by Sean Bean) who loves his football, drinking & family. Jimmy meets the office wages clerk (Emily Lloyd) and falls for her. Then he gets offered a trial at his beloved Sheffield United. On the eve of the trial due to pressure from his mates he goes on a bender. He loses his chance of a football career and his girl. Then fate steps in when an accident happens at the mine. This time he will not make the same mistake again. He calls on Ken (Pete Postlethwaite - excellent as always)to help him train and get a second trial. Great sound track. Good northern film. Very watchable.
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By Brit Boy TOP 500 REVIEWER on 30 July 2012
Format: DVD
1996's 'When Saturday Comes' is a low budget, uplifting British drama which has some very good moments.

Sean Bean is excellent as the film's main character Jimmy, a man who dreams of becoming a professional footballer, only to be tied down by his hard-drinking friends,an unsupportive father, and his own bad habits. What this movie touches upon the most is that of the importance of having courage, and how the unwise choices that you take will affect your life. It's naturally very touching in parts as it is amusing, and you just can't help but feel sorry for Jimmy and his brother, for life isn't easy in their gritty northern town of Sheffield (which is Bean's real-life home town), and there are only really two things to do there: work down a pit, or work in a factory. Despite what he's seen happen to the folk around him, Jimmy is determined however to do something more with his life.

This film notably has very strong acting, especially from the late Pete Postlethwaite who makes a great supporting player as the talent scout who spots Bean's character, and a good story. I would definitely say that 'When Saturday Comes' will not just appeal to fans of football, as there is enough to look at here for other people to really enjoy it for what it essentially is, an excellent gritty British drama which really leaves you feeling good after you've watched it.

Apart from the customary scene selection, this DVD release has no special features, which is a shame, as I'd have welcomed a good commentary option over this delightful little flick, which Sean Bean has said was one very close to his heart.
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Format: DVD
When Saturday Comes is a footBall Drama Film set in Sheffield about a boy called Jimmy Muir who as we first seen him has two options after his last day at School he can rather go down the pit or work down at the Factory as suggested by his careers advisor at School.But the boy has other ideas he wants to play professional football thats all he has ever wanted to do.
Some years later that boy has grown up and becomes Sean Beans Character(Adult)Jimmy Muir and works at a Factory.The film then goes through the various trails and tributations of him experiencing family life,romance with Emily Lloyd(the romance interest) who he meets at the factory,his sucess on the football pitch playing for the local pub football team, and how he manages his life.
All in all i would say i enjoyed watching this film,if you are in to a football as well as Sean Bean,ie you like some of the films that he has done then its well worth a look
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Format: DVD Verified Purchase
A really enjoyable film, bit of swearing, but nothing you wouldn't hear any day of the week and not done offensively. A brilliant cast, Sean Bean gives a tremendous performance and is very ably supported by the now late Pete Postlethwaite. who was one of Britain's finest actors. I can watch this film over and over and never get fed up with it. In my opinion, it certainly rates as one of the "must see" films of all time - it has everything, humour tinged with sadness and certainly stirs the emotions.
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