Win 1 of 3 Copies of RECLAIM on DVD In Our Competition!


Ryan Phillippe and John Cusack star in this year’s answer to Taken, when RECLAIM arrives on digital platforms from 6th April, 2015, and region 2 DVD from 13th April, 2015, courtesy of Signature Entertainment.

To celebrate the release, we’ve three copies on DVD to give away to our readers.

Steven (Phillippe) and Shannon (Rachelle Lefevre, The Twilight Saga) risk their lives to uncover the truth behind their newly adopted daughter’s disappearance in a small town. They soon discover that all is not what it seems when they uncover a high-stakes underground child trafficking scam, which sends them on a high-octane mission of retribution.

For your chance to win RECLAIM on DVD, simply comment below telling us which John Cusack movie is your favourite and why?

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Tuesday 21st April 2015 and three valid comments will be chosen and notified by email.

• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• Entrants must be aged 15 years or older
• One entry per household
• There is no cash or other alternative to the prize stated and the prize is not transferable and no part or parts of the prize may be substituted for other benefits, items or additions.
• 3 winners will each win 1x Reclaim on DVD
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.

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  1. It has to be High Fidelity for me. I love the whole vibe to that film plus he looks hot. (yes, I am that shallow)

  2. Grosse Pointe Blank

    Underrated and brilliant film. If you aint seen it (yes, there are some out there who haven’t) then go watch it. NOW

  3. High Fidelity. A pretty faithful adaptation of the excellent Nick Hornby novel, and I enjoyed Cusack’s performance as the socially awkward and geeky Rob Gordon.

  4. I really enjoyed ‘Serendipity’ with Kate Beckinsale. Probably a little sickly sweet for most people but I saw it on a probably resonated with me more at the time 😉

  5. The Sure Thing – vastly underrated film and he’s hilarious and sweet in it. “I’m talking about a man who would rip your heart out and eat it JUST FOR PLEASURE!!! I’m talking about a total maniac!”

  6. He’s done so many movies but Stand by Me is an excellent film even though JC wasn’t one of the main characters.

  7. We loved hot tub time machine because it’s a great Friday night crazy, laugh out loud film to watch with a takeaway.

  8. Runaway Jury – it’s one of the better Grisham movie adaptations (although if they had stuck to cigarettes rather than guns it would have been even better)

  9. Being John Malkovich is my favourite. It has a constant supply of inventions, twists and surprises, It cleverly runs smoothly into new scenarios and strange scenes. Fantasic & unusual, this is a movie like no other!

  10. Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil – great music, excellent story and brilliant performance from all the actors

  11. The Sure Thing – funny and has a good ending. Watched when I was in college and it brings back good memories.

  12. Don’t laugh, but it’s 2012. I don’t know why exactly, simply that whenever I start drinking wine I like nothing more than to watch disaster movies. I am probably the only person who actually knows all the words to 2012 🙂

  13. Con Air one of my favorite movies ever as said on here before for a Nicolas Cage comp i annoy my wife with the lines on the film before they even say them.

  14. I love “Better Off Dead” from back in the 80’s, Even now the cry of “Two Dollars” can reduce me to helpless laughter. Has there even been a better dead pan line, after a scene cut, than ” Gee, I’m sorry your Mum blew up, Ricky”

  15. I was going to say Grosse Point Blank or Identity until someone mentioned midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil – a slow burner but a goodie.

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