Churchill: The Hollywood Years (2004)
A conspiracy is revealed: Churchill was really an American G.I.
Father Came Too! (1963)
Slapstick, fast-paced Sixties rom-com about Big Daddy and the newlyweds.
Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone (2001)
The boy wizard's first adventure.
The Jackal (1997)
An IRA terrorist is granted freedom to track down an assassin.
Lara Croft Tomb Raider (2001)
Bringing the video game adventurer to life.
The Longest Day (1962)
An epic exposition of the D-Day landings, with a host of well known faces.
Millions (2004)
Two brothers on a housing estate experience a financial miracle.
Saving Grace (1999)
A widow in debt finds a way to make grass - of a less than legal kind - grow greener.
The Smallest Show On Earth (1957)
Virginia McKenna and Bill Travers inherit a flea pit cinema with an eccentric staff.
Venus (2006)
Love, with catheters, for an ageing act-or who is seduced by the beauty of passion’s young promise.
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