Win SABOTAGE on Blu-Ray In Our Competition!


To celebrate the release of SABOTAGE on DVD and Blu-Ray in the UK, we’ve three copies on Blu-Ray to give away courtesy of 101 Films.

When an ex-Navy commando turned bodyguard (Marc Dacascos – American Samurai, Double Dragon) fails to protect his client from assassination, he discovers ties between the assassins, himself and the failed mission to save hostages from terrorists in which he survived being shot 7 times by an assassin (Tony Todd – Candyman). With the help of an FBI agent (Carrie-Ann Moss -The Matrix trilogy, Memento) he will try to bring the killers to justice and clear his name.

For your chance to win SABOTAGE on DVD, simply comment below telling us your favourite Carrie-Anne Moss film and why.

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

• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• Entrants must be aged 18 years or older
• One entry per household
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into
• There is no cash alternative to Prizes which are subject to availability, non-transferable, non-negotiable and non-refundable. Prizes may not be sold, offered for sale or used in connection with any other competition or promotion by the Prize winner
• 3 winners will each win 1x Sabotage on Blu-Ray
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.

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  1. Memento – incredible performances from both Moss and Guy Pearce. I also love the fact that you can watch the film in chronological sequence on the DVD.

  2. Matrix (the first one) – it was eyepopping when it first came out and still stands up today; great film

  3. The Matrix – timeless, epic film with a great cast and characters. Great special effects!

  4. The matrix because her acting is great her fighting moves are breathtaking and after Neo her Character is the most important

  5. I like her role in The Boy Who Smells Like Fish. “We all have our little quirks,”, that’s why : )

  6. Suspect Zero – a chiller that managed to get through the mass market unnoticed but is an absolute thriller.

  7. The Matrix – She was proper kick-ass in the first one. The later films she became more of a token girlfriend for Neo which was sad.

  8. The first Matrix film. I can still remeber going to see it at the cinema as a young teenger. Such an awesome film and she played Trinity very well.

  9. Silent Hill: Revelation is a very underrated movie. All the cast put in a stellar performance. Although The Matrix (the first one not the poor sequels) was an excellent movie.

  10. Memento, she really made this Neo-noir thriller special. Matrix ok but for acting it has to be Memento

  11. The Matrix is obviously her best action role and Trinity is just a frickin awesome character, fir dramatic roles I thought she was great in Chocolat. Haven’t seen her in much else though.

  12. Memento. An interesting film, a bit different to all the run of the mill films that Hollywood churns out with very little story, just one action shot after another.

  13. The Matrix was great for the leather pants alone! But my favourite will always be Memento which is still in my top 5 fave films of all time!

  14. My favourite was Memento! It’s a fantastic American neo-noir psychological thriller. It’s really very clever in that the film is presented in 2 different sequences of scenes. One series is in black and white and is in chronological order and the other is in colour and is shown in reverse order! Both of which meet at the end of the film! Really clever!

  15. Pompeii – having visited Pompeii the year before it was amazing to picture the city in its former glory. Good plot and great acting.

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