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American Pie for grown ups.
A doting father discusses his relationship history with the child whose mother he's about to divorce.
Two young women with a dark past come under suspicion when a child goes missing.
Santa's older brother is asked to help out at the North Pole, and everyone gets more than they bargained for.
Set in a dystopian future, a young boy and girl must fight to the death on live television.
Now the games are over, it's civil war in Part 1 of the final chapter
The rebels escort Katniss Everdeen into the Capital to assassinate President Snow, or die trying.
A Lego man joins a quest to save the universe.
It's been five years since everything was awesome and the citizens are facing a huge new threat: Lego Duplo invaders from outer space, wrecking everything faster than they can rebuild.
A look at two periods of the life of Beach Boy Brian Wilson.
A spaceship in human form, crewed by tiny aliens, comes to earth to retrieve an orb vital to the future of their planet.
A man tries to break his suicidal wife out of jail.
The Bellas are disgraced at Lincoln Centre but return to (subjective) greatness in Amsterdam
A pair of misanthropic manchildren learn mentoring responsibility.
Alien spawn turns a small Southern town into a monstrous menu.
True story of the little horse with the big talent, set against the backdrop of the American Depression.
The life of US President George W Bush, as seen by Oliver Stone.
Ensemble comedy about pregnant couples.
Fairly recently, in a land far far away (well, Pittsburgh) a porno is born.
Streaming Spotlight - Films set on the farm We're out in the fields for this week's recommendations
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Director puts femmes to the fore Martin Provost on Juliette Binoche, gender divisions and revolution
Dreams of reality Jason Neulander on perception, reality and breaking the rules in his debut Fugitive Dreams
Césars on the move France's Oscars delayed to March for live celebratory event
Slamdance announces largely virtual line-up Festival also shifts to February for 2021 edition
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