After The Sunset (2004)
Light-hearted take on To Catch A Thief, transplanted to the Bahamas.
Holly (2006)
An American fence in Vietnam risks everything to help a 12-year-old trafficked slave.
Liar (1997)
When a prostitute is found dead and diced, a textile heir finds himself under suspicion of murder.
Murder By Numbers (2002)
Sandra Bullock investigates motiveless murder around prestigious high school.
Reservoir Dogs (1992)
Quentin Tarantino’s ultra-cool reworking of the tired old heist genre.
Rumble Fish (1983)
The heroism of teenage violence against a background of iconic posturing.
Rush Hour (1998)
Culture-clash crime and chop-socky romp.
Starsky And Hutch (2004)
Comedy remake of the Seventies most infamous TV cop double act.
To Wong Foo Thanks For Everything, Julie Newmar (1995)
Three drag queens get stuck in a small town en route to a big competition.
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