9 (2009)
The post-apocalypse world is back... and this time its animated.
Alexander (2004)
The competitive, sexually confused, obsessive nature of a golden-haired conquerer in 3BC.
Ararat (2002)
Fictionalised re-examination of the Armenian genocide.
A Beautiful Mind (2001)
True story with Russell Crowe as a schizophrenic mathematical genius who overcomes inner turmoil to complete Nobel prize-winning theory.
Beginners (2010)
A young man is rocked by two announcements from his elderly father: that he has terminal cancer, and that he has a young male lover.
Closing The Ring (2007)
A widow's carefully constructed life unravels following the discovery of the ring worn by the man she loved 50 years before.
Cold Creek Manor (2003)
Trendy family moves to the country and is threatened by bad things that happened in the house.
Danny Collins (2015)
An ageing rock star decides to mend his decadent ways and seek out the son he has never met
Dracula 2001 (2000)
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The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (2011)
A journalist tries to solve a murder from the past with the help of a brilliant but damaged young woman.
Hector And The Search for Happiness (2014)
A psychiatrist goes hunting for the secret of happiness.
The Imaginarium Of Doctor Parnassus (2009)
A travelling show offers visitors the chance to choose between light and joy and darkness and doom.
The Insider (1999)
A whistleblower within a US cigarette company is groomed by a veteran TV journalist.
Inside Man (2006)
Spike Lee takes on the heist genre.
The Lake House (2006)
An architect and a doctor have a love affair between time zones.
The Last Station (2009)
The final days of Tolstoy, focusing on his marital strife.
Lucky Break (2001)
British cons plan an escape by staging a prison musical.
Man In The Chair (2007)
An elderly man rediscovers his taste for life when he helps a young film student.
The Man Who Would Be King (1975)
Two schemers plot a coup in the Middle East.
Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Fight (2013)
The story of Muhammed Ali's fight with the US government after he refused to participate in the Vietnam War.
Murder By Decree (1979)
Sherlock Holmes sets out to capture Jack The Ripper.
Must Love Dogs (2005)
Middlesomething divorced animal lovers dabble with internet dating.
My Dog Tulip (2009)
Bittersweet tale of one man and his dog.
National Treasure (2004)
Treaure hunt for kids and soft-centred adults who like watching Nicolas Cage sleep walking.
The New World (2005)
English nudge out natives, plunder Pocahontas and kick-start some place called America.
Nicholas Nickleby (2002)
A man tries to save his family - and kids at an abusive school - after they fall on hard times.
Remember (2015)
Zev has a mission: to avenge family, murdered 70 years ago by a Nazi guard who lives under an assumed identity in America.
The Sound Of Music (1965)
Julie Andrews climbs every mountain in the record-breaking World War II-ish musical.
Starcrash (1978)
Two smugglers are called upon to assist the galactic imperium in tracking down an evil count's ultimate weapon.
Syriana (2005)
A high-octane thriller for adults that exposes US dirty tricks in the Gulf oil business
Twelve Monkeys (1995)
A man is sent back through time from a dystopian world to try and stop terrorists releasing a deadly plague.
Up (3D) (2009)
A grouchy OAP has an action-packed adventure in the rainforest after flying there in his balloon-powered house.
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