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Bond 50 on Blu-Ray

This 50th-anniversary collection comes with 22 of the 23 major Bond films that will keep you "shaken, not stirred." Relive the glory days of suave Sean Connery and Roger Moore while feeling lustful for Ursula Andress as Honey Ryder and Jane Seymour as Solitaire. Including over 120 hours of bonus features, the set will take them deeper into the brilliant mind of 007 and showcase how all of the classic characters and cars have fashioned these films into the most quintessential spy series of all time. $199.99 on

NFL Super Bowl Collection I-XLVI

This collection is a touchdown! The 23-disc set includes all of the original highlight reels and unforgettable football moments that will make any diehard fan yell for more. Set includes a stimulating in-depth look into the gridiron world with a 26-page book and a bonus program that contains a countdown of the top 10 Super Bowls. Don't forget to get them a jersey from their favorite player so they can really savor this intense set of football memories. $175.99 on

The Dark Knight Trilogy on Blu-Ray

This five-disc set includes everything a Dark Knight fan could want in a collection. It comes will all three excellent movies, two bonus features discs featuring a documentary on the Batmobile and a 64-page book titled, "The Art and Making of the Dark Knight Trilogy." They'll be glued to the couch for weeks exploring the psyche of Bruce Wayne, Batman's incarnation and how director Christopher Nolan decided to end the trilogy with a bang. $54.99 on

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