9 (2009)
The post-apocalypse world is back... and this time its animated.
Alice In Wonderland (2010)
Re-imagining of Alice as a teenager.
Back To The Future Trilogy (2005)
Box set release of the time-travel trilogy.
Back To The Future (1985)
A time travel classic of supreme comic invention, involving Marty McFly, a mad scientist and a DeLorean motorcar.
Beowulf (2007)
An imaginative retelling of the Old English story about a hero who saves a kingdom from a monster and its mother.
Charlie's Angels (2000)
Can girls kick it in big-screen adaptation? Course they can.
Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle (2003)
Sequel with Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu making mincemeat of bad guys.
Dead Man (1995)
Road movie about the friendship of a wounded young man in the western frontiers, who hooks up with a Native American.
Epic Movie (2007)
The Chronicles Of Narnia is spoofed, with the aid of assorted super-ish heroes.
It Is Fine. Everything Is Fine! (2007)
Film noir fantasy for the unlikeliest of heroes.
Like Mike (2002)
A boy finds a pair of trainers that give him the power to play basketball like Michael Jordan.
Nurse Betty (1999)
A waitress becomes obsessed with chasing her soap opera dreams after witnessing her husband's murder.
What's Eating Gilbert Grape (1993)
The eccentricity of a one parent family, living in a wooden house, near a small town in Texas.
What Is It? (2005)
Avant garde examination of a lonely life.
Wild At Heart (1990)
Sailor and Lula go on the run, after Lula's mum bids to kill her daughter's beau.
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