Dark Water (2005)
So-so adaptation of Hideo Nakata's Japanese horror movie.
Deep Impact (1998)
We're all doomed (again).
Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde (2008)
A modern update of Stevenson's classic story about a doctor and his murderous alter ego.
Enigma (2001)
A complex World War Two tale of intrigue, romance and code-breaking.
Ever After (1998)
Re-imagining the Cinderella story without the hocus pocus.
Gregory's Two Girls (1998)
Gregory as schoolteacher, 20 years on from Forsyth's original, fantasises about a pupil while a fellow teacher tries to win his heart.
Hitman (2007)
Assassin Number 47 hits the big screen.
Mission: Impossible II (2000)
Tom Cruise is back as Ethan Hunt in the big action sequel to the TV spin off.
My Week With Marilyn (2011)
Biopic exploration of the tension that developed between Monroe and Laurence Olivier on the set of The Prince And The Showgirl.
New Town Killers (2008)
A skint teenager realises his life may be on the line after entering into a deadly game of hide and seek.
One Last Chance (2004)
Black comedy, set in the Highlands of Scotland.
Perfect Creature (2007)
Vampires and humans are co-existing peacefully, until the killings start.
Regeneration (1997)
War poets meet in a military hospital for shell shocked soldiers.
Ripley's Game (2002)
John Malkovich plays the enigmatic Tom Ripley in a new tale of multiple murders
To Kill A King (2003)
Power struggle in 1645, as Oliver Cromwell instigates a reign of terror in England.
The Truth About Love (2004)
The lies about infidelity and why blindfold sex is better than looking at your wife.
This Year's Love (1999)
Musical beds in Camden Town.
A Thousand Kisses Deep (2010)
Caught in a timeless world of passions and betrayals, Mia searches for the truth behind a mysterious woman's death.
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