Beautiful Kate (2009)
Drama sees old wounds reopened when a man returns home to his dying father.
Blow (2001)
True story of smalltown boy who runs away to California to become the biggest drug dealer.
Blow Dry (2001)
A hair stylist has her final moment of glory when a hairdressing competition comes to town.
Divorcing Jack (1998)
Comedy thriller, a newspaper columnist finds himself on the run from the local Northern Ireland hardman.
Hacksaw Ridge (2016)
An act of supreme bravery by a conscientious objecting junior medic in the battle for Okinawa
The Hard Word (2002)
Aussie heist flick, involving three brothers in the slammer, a bent lawyer and a blonde tart.
Hilary And Jackie (1998)
Biopic of Jacqueline du Pre and her relationship with her sister.
Mammal (2016)
After Margaret, a divorcée living in Dublin, loses her teenage son, she develops an unorthodox relationship with Joe, a homeless youth.
My Son The Fanatic (1996)
The relationship between a Pakistani taxi driver and a prostitute.
Ned Kelly (2003)
The myth The Kelly Gang is brought down to earth in an unromantic biopic.
The Rookie (2002)
True life story of Jim Morris, the oldest rookie in major league baseball.
Saving Mr. Banks (2013)
The true story of Mary Poppins’ journey to the big screen.
Six Feet Under: The Complete Fifth Series (2005)
Last look at the body of a hugely successful TV series before burial.
Step Up (2006)
Another high school dance number.
To Have And To Hold (1996)
A man haunted by the memory of a woman from his past, falls for her lookalike.
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