The Amityville Horror (2005)
Remake of axe-wielding angry dad in true-life adaptation of horror in haunted house.
The Contender (2000)
Rival vice-presidential candidates are embroiled in battle of PR and intrigue in this intelligent political satire.
The Cradle Will Rock (1999)
Art and politics in Depression era America.
Dogville (2003)
A beautiful fugitive hides out in a Rocky Mountain village.
Hard Eight (1996)
A veteran gambler takes a young drifter under his wing.
The Insider (1999)
A whistleblower within a US cigarette company is groomed by a veteran TV journalist.
In Good Company (2004)
Ageist comedy of office politics and father/daughter issues.
Lost Souls (2000)
The son of the devil returns.
Magnolia (1999)
Isolated casualties of urban malaise in San Fernando Valley.
The Matador (2005)
The last fling of a burned out hitman and his uncommon friendship with a failing businessman.
Mr. Popper's Penguins (2011)
Penguins prove pivotal for a part-time pop.
Psycho (1998)
Colour, shot-for-shot remake of Hitchcock's classic.
The Rock (1996)
FBI boffin Nicolas Cage and grizzled lifer Sean Connery save Alcatraz from wacko army general.
Rules Of Engagement (2000)
Courtroom drama about an army officer facing trial over a botched rescue mission.
The Shaggy Dog (2006)
Remake of family comedy about a bad dad who periodically turns into a dog.
The Sum Of All Fears (2002)
Another case for Jack Ryan.
You Kill Me (2007)
An alcoholic hitman means a dangerous woman.
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