54 (1998)
Life in New York's most famous night club, seen through the eyes of a naive employee.
Castle In The Ground (2019)
A former carer devastated by the loss of his mother finds relief in her painkillers and bonds with a local junkie as his former friends move away to attend college.
Churchill: The Hollywood Years (2004)
A conspiracy is revealed: Churchill was really an American G.I.
Closing The Ring (2007)
A widow's carefully constructed life unravels following the discovery of the ring worn by the man she loved 50 years before.
The Company (2003)
Robert Altman follows a Chicago ballet company as it prepares for a major show.
Dirty Oil (2009)
A documentary investigation into a Canadian oil operation which campaigners claim is destroying the environment – and residents’ health.
Panic (2000)
A hitman with a mid-life crisis meets a girl more messed up than him.
Partition (2007)
During the chaos following Partition, a Sikh man and a Muslim woman meet and fall in love, but the course of history is against them.
Relative Strangers (2006)
An adopted son finds his real parents and more than he had hoped for.
Scream 4 (2011)
When the survivor of the previous films returns to her home town, the killer reappears.
Scream (1996)
Clever homage to the horror genre, reinventing scary movies.
Scream 2 (1997)
Maniac serial killer is back for a second dose of scares.
Scream 3 (1999)
Scary and sassy slasher sequel.
Three To Tango (1999)
An architect falls for a woman who thinks he is gay.
Wild Things (1998)
A high-school teacher finds his name in the frame for two rape attacks.
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