Film DVD round-up: Skyfall, Tower Block and Hit & Run

18 February: James Bond is resurrected, Sheridan Smith is targeted and Dax Shepard exposes himself

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Film DVD round-up: Skyfall, Tower Block and Hit & Run
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Jamie Healy
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Skyfall (Cert: 12)
5 stars

Daniel Craig returns in the biggest, Bafta-winning Bond of all

Formats: DVD and Triple Play (Blu-ray, DVD and digital copy)

Extras: The DVD includes four featurettes covering various aspects of the production with contributions from the cast and crew – but at 12 minutes, it’s a bit measly. The Blu-ray pads out this “making-of” doc to a full hour, and it also boasts two feature commentaries (one from director Sam Mendes and another featuring producers Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli together with production designer Dennis Gassner), plus there’s footage of the movie’s gala premiere at the Royal Albert Hall.

Read our review for Skyfall


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Tower Block (Cert: 15)
4 stars

East End residents find themselves under sniper fire

Formats: DVD and Blu-ray

Extras: About six minutes of interviews with the cast and crew.

Read our review for Tower Block


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Hit & Run (Cert: 15)
2 stars

An ex-getaway driver jeopardises his witness protection status

Formats: DVD

Extras: Several deleted scenes and three short featurettes in which co-director/writer/star Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell discuss the making of the film.

Read our review for Hit & Run


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