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Two professional ‘peace-keepers’ try to bring law and order to a town run by a murderous rancher. But matters are complicated when a young widow arrives.
Two factions struggle for control of mankind's destiny.
The Caped Crusader takes on Superman, leading Lex Luthor to capitalise on the situation.
Rumpy-pumpy and Pimms in Thirties theatre-land.
Has the serial seducer finally met his match?
Rincewind the wizard is forced to become a guide for the Discworld's first ever tourist.
A relationship between a woman and her tutor conducted almost entirely in the virtual space, takes an unexpected twist.
When a simple farm boy discovers a dragon's egg, he also finds his destiny: to recover the lost art of dragon riding and save the kingdom from evil.
Class war breaks out in a tower block.
A married actress falls for her leading man whilst making a film about an illicit affair.
An insurance clerk becomes determined to discover the truth behind a terror cell.
Retelling of the 12th Century battle for Jerusalem.
A guilt-ridden lion cub goes on an adventure. Reissued in 3D.
Jeremy Irons takes on Nabokov's dirty old man out to corrupt a young girl.
A day in the life of a investment firm's meltdown.
Shakespeare's tale of usuary and romance in Italy.
A former ballerina is recruited into Russia's spy school where students learn the artifice of the honey trap
An inventor travels through time to try to change the past.
A British film crew in the Second World War makes a propaganda film.
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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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