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100 Movies Scratch Poster
  • 100 Movies Scratch Poster
  • 100 Movies Scratch Poster
  • 100 Movies Scratch Poster

100 Movies Scratch Poster

Film 'buff'

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£12.99$18.19€14.79

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100 Movies Scratch Poster
£12.99
  • Show (and scratch) off your well-rounded film tastes
  • Watch your way through 100 cinematic classics and obscure titles
  • The most satisfying way to keep track of all the films you've seen
  • Triangular gift box, if you wrap it up they'll think it's a Toblerone
Stop staring mindlessly at Netflix documentaries and start working your way through the 100 Movies Scratch Poster.

Scratch away the foil panels to show off the films you've already seen, then use the remainder as your very own cinematic bucket list.

Covering a wide range of years and genres and featuring more obscure titles such as 'Mary and Max' and 'Baahubali', this isn't just some mashup of IMDB and Rotten Tomatoes data – this is a hand-picked selection of the greatest movies of all time for you to discover.
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19 Reviews

Average 5/5 stars
  • "Bought this for my boyfriend's who studies media and he loved it! Scratching of each film is very satisfying. Fab gift!"
    Miss Chloe - 9th of February, 2018
  • "I brought this for my boyfriend who is OBSESSED with films. He had already watched 56 of them! 44 to go! "
    Kari Gibson - 31st of January, 2018
  • "Beautifully presented, and I'm impressed at the variety of films and genres on here! This should be very fun to work through!"
    Rowan - 9th of January, 2018
  • "Great gift for when we’re arguing about what to watch. Although I’m not looking forward to Mean Girls is the only film left...."
    Gemma - 29th of December, 2017
  • "Great idea! Makes choosing a film for film night a bit easier as we can never decide!"
    Christopher woods - 27th of December, 2017

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