Amazon Good Movie Deals

Friday, May 21, 2010 at 5:17 pm

These Amazon good movie deals are available for a limited time, but even more bargains will be offered in the future. Check the site regularly, or you can just pop in at Only Good Movies, where we’ll be happy to let you know what’s being offered.

If you’re interested in buying any of the movies or TV shows listed below, just click on the provided link to be taken straight to its Amazon page. If you make a purchase, we will get a small commission, but it doesn’t add to your total, and the money goes right back into our site.

New Releases

The following films have just hit DVD and Blu-ray, and Amazon offers the lowest price around.

Invictus – This uplifting drama stars Morgan Freeman as South African President Nelson Mandela, and Matt Damon as the captain of the country’s rugby team. Clint Eastwood directs this tale of two very different men trying to unite a nation.
You pay = $17.99 (save $10.99)

Valentine’s Day – A romantic comedy starring Julia Roberts, Jessica Alba, Bradley Cooper, Ashton Kutcher, Patrick Dempsey, Jessica Biel, Anne Hathaway, Jamie Foxx, Taylor Lautner, Taylor Swift, Patrick Dempsey, and many more.
You pay = $17.99 (save $10.99)

Extraordinary Measures – When his two children are stricken with a life-threatening illness, a couple (Brendan Fraser and Keri Russell) form their own company to find a cure, hiring a gruff-yet-brilliant research scientist (Harrison Ford) to help them.
You pay = $19.99 (save $8.96)

The Messenger – After returning from Iraq, Army Staff Sergeant Will Montgomery (Ben Foster) is assigned to the Casualty Notification service and paired with Captain Tony Stone (Woody Harrelson in an Oscar nominated role).
You save = $17.99 (save $12)

Amazon Good Movie Deals

In addition to all the new release movies on DVD and Blu-ray, Amazon is offering incredible sale prices on popular films and television shows. In fact, the current sale allows you to save up to 58% on select DVD and Blu-ray discs. But don’t take too long to respond, as these prices will end on May 24th.

Blu-Ray Deals

Blu-ray players are all the rage, and the following items are sure to keep you entertained.

Iron Man (Two-Disc Edition) – Robert Downey revived his career in the adaptation of the comic book about a billionaire industrialist who develops a suit of power armor and begins fighting crime.
You pay = $19.99 (save $20)

Star Trek (Three-Disc Edition) – Chris Pine stars as Captain James T. Kirk in this successful reboot of the franchise from director J.J. Abrams. Zachary Quinto is wonderful as Spock, and so is Karl Urban as Dr. McCoy.
You pay = $19.49 (save $20.50)

The African Queen – When World War I breaks out, a proper British missionary (Katharine Hepburn) teams up with a coarse boat captain (Humphrey Bogart in an Oscar-winning role) in order to sink a German gunboat.
You pay = $19.99 (save $20)

Forrest Gump (Sapphire Series) – Forrest (Tom Hanks) may not be the brightest bulb, but he still manages to make a fortune, rub elbows with some of the most important figures in the 20th century, and get Lt. Dan to stop being angry all the time. A touching classic thanks to Hanks’ sincere performance.
You pay = $16.99 (save $13)

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (Two-Disc Edition) – Those evil Decepticons are back, and it’s up to Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf), his hot girlfriend (Megan Fox), and the heroic Autobots to save the day. If you have kids who like lots of explosions and CGI effects, put this in the Blu-ray player and watch their eyes glaze over.
You pay = $19.99 (save $20)

For the Ladies

If you’re a female movie fan, the following should appeal to your romantic side.

Gone with the Wind (Two-Disc 70th Anniversary Edition) – An epic romance is played out against the backdrop of the Civil War, as the roguish Rhett Butler (Clark Gable) charms his way into the life of proper lady Scarlett O’Hara (Vivien Leigh).
You pay = $9.99 (save $14.99)

Twilight (Two-Disc Edition) – Teenager Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) falls in love with a mysterious boy (Robert Pattinson) at her high school, but it turns out that he’s a vampire. Based on the wildly popular series of books by author Stephenie Meyer.
You pay = $14.99 (save $11)

Up in the Air – As he travels around the country firing people, a corporate downsizer (George Clooney) must contend with a co-worker (Anna Kendrick) who threatens his job and an unexpected romance with a fellow traveler (Vera Farmiga).
You pay = $13.49 (save $9.50)

A Walk to Remember – Based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks, this tear jerker tells of the romance between a popular boy (Shane West) and the bookish daughter of the local minister (Mandy Moore). All of Sparks’ novels end with someone dying, so go ahead and get the tissues ready.
You pay = $5.99 (save $6.99)

TV Shows

Amazon also carries plenty of TV shows on DVD, and here are a few you should be aware of.

Glee: Season One – Centered around a high school glee club, this musical/comedy/drama stars a talented young cast as well as the music of stars such as Katy Perry, Madonna, Rihanna, Beyonce, Bon Jovi, and Bruce Springsteen.
You pay = $17.99 (save $21.99)

24: Season 7 – Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) returns for another season of torturing suspects and blowing holes in terrorists. This season features the show’s first female president, and don’t miss the thrilling attack on the White House and the return of a character long believed dead.
You pay = $19.99 (save $29.99)

Sons of Anarchy: Season One – The Sons of Anarchy are a motorcycle gang that rules the fictional town of Charming, California by any means necessary. While they keep the town free of drugs, they also line their pockets by running guns and engaging in other illegal activities. But what happens when one of the club’s highest-ranking members begins to have second thoughts about his life? Loosely based on Hamlet, this gritty show can be seen on the FX network.
You pay = $20.00 (save $28.99)


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