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Monday Amazon Deals: Coen Brothers, Kindles, World War Z, RPGs, Dragon Ball, more! - Si, and I like potatoes.
Monday Amazon Deals: Coen Brothers, Kindles, World War Z, RPGs, Dragon Ball, more!
In honor of the FAA's decision to allow electronics on flights during takeoff, Amazon's got a one-day 15%-off deal on the Kindle, Kindle Fire HD, and Kindle Fire HDX, with the items reduced to $59, $118, and $195, respectively! You'll need the coupon code "THNKSFAA" for this one.

In DVDs, the Animation Deal of the Week is on various seasons of Dragon Ball Z for 60% off.

The TV Deal of the Week is on seasons of Sons of Anarchy for 60-69% off on Blu-Ray and DVD.

The Bundle of the Week is the Marvel Bundle on Blu-Ray, which is actually the Fox Marvel bundle, so has no Avengers stuff, but does nab you four X-Men movies (three of them good), plus the first Wolverine movie, Daredevil, Elektra, and both Fantastic Four movies on Blu-Ray for $59.99 (70% off). Okay, that only three good movies total (the first, second, and fourth X-Men flicks), but Daredevil and Wolverine are at least enjoyable cheesefests (I actually consider the former a tad underrated). At least they're not trying to saddle you with a Ghost Rider flick or Spider-Man 3.

The Blu-Ray Deal of the Week nabs you Coen Brothers Collection (with Blood Simple, Fargo, Miller's Crossing, and Raising Arizona) for $19.49 (68% off).

Also on sale: The Blu-Ray/DVD combo of Willow for $12.49 (50% off), the Blu-Ray/DVD/Digital combo of Olympus Has Fallen for $14.99 (63% off), the Blu-ray/DVD/Digital combo of World War Z for $14.96 (63% off), and the first season of Revolution for $19.99 (67% off) on DVD and $29.99 (57% off) on Blu-Ray.

In video games, Tales of Xillia for the PS3 is down to $29.99 (50% off), and Final Fantasy XIII-2 for the Xbox is $9.99 (50% off).

And finally, on the Kindle, Robert McCammon's Mystery Walk is on sale for $1.99 today only.
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elsewhereangel From: elsewhereangel Date: November 4th, 2013 06:49 pm (UTC) (Link)
Caught Ghost Rider the other day. Had cause to wonder if it was not so terrible that it had popped out the other side to brilliant with Nicholas Cage playing Nic Cage playing Elvis.

We never have agreed on movies much though.
yendi From: yendi Date: November 5th, 2013 01:57 pm (UTC) (Link)
I don't necessarily disagree, but Cage has done so many dreadful movies (right to the point of inspiring a great recurring character on SNL), that I find that only one or two of them are necessary. If you've seen him in, say, National Treasure or The Wicker Man, Ghost Rider becomes just more of the same (and the same goes for any other combo).
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