All Things To All Men (2013)
A bent copper tries to rip off a kingpin.
The Count of Monte Cristo (2002)
Swashbuckling adaptation of Dumas' story of a vengeful count.
Deception (2000)
An ex-con assumes his dead cellmate's identity and gets caught up in a heist.
Hilary and Jackie (1998)
Biopic of Jacqueline du Pre and her relationship with her sister.
Into The Blue (2005)
Underwater treasure evokes a moral dilmma for fit diver.
The Lone Ranger (2013)
The masked hero and his sidekick ride again.
Shadowlands (1993)
A late flowering of romance for the dry academic who created Narnia
Sunshine (1999)
Sobering and powerful film that follows three generations in upper-class Jews amid the early 20th Century.
Titus (1999)
Modern reworking of Shakespeare's revenge tragedy.
TRON: Legacy (2010)
Seven years after his mysterious disappearance, Kevin Flynn's son discovers his father is trapped in his own 'utopia'.
Vigo (1998)
While being treated in a TB sanatorium, aspiring filmmaker Jean Vigo meets a beautiful fellow patient.
Where The Heart Is (2000)
A teenage mother-to-be is abandoned in rural Oklahoma to make a life for herself and the baby.
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