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When a man meets a beautiful woman for the second time, the plans the mysterious Adjustment Bureau have for his life go awry.
A man makes his wife's art a massive success - while claiming he created it himself.
Comedy about a desperate B-movie producer.
In 19th century Wessex, a young woman inherits a farm and attracts the attention of three contrasting suitors.
Documentary of a final interview with Federico Fellini, plus rare footage.
That would be the old resurect- the-nostalgic- 60s-TV Show trick.
A workaholic estate agent learns to appreciate his family when trapped in a haunted house.
Terence Stamp is an old lag, out to avenge his daughter's death.
Comedy about fidelity in which a man becomes worried his actress wife is having an affair with a co-star.
A boy who discovers a magical place that spans worlds and times comes to realise that it's under threat - and perhaps only he can save it.
Sometime secret agent, sometime thief Modesty Blaise is set on the trail of stolen diamonds in this comic strip adaptation.
Working class life for young mother with criminal lovers in Sixties London. On reissue
An elderly man struggles to deal with his terminally ill wife's desire to be part of her local choir.
Lucas's Star Wars origins story returns to the big screen in 3D.
The Man of Steel takes on a trio of Kryptonian rebels.
Reworked version of Superman II, featuring footage origianlly relegated to the cutting room floor.
Story of a plot to assassinate Hitler.
Comic adaptation about an ordinary young man who becomes an elite agent of justice.
Jim Carrey agrees to say 'Yes' to everything for 12 months.
Stay-At-Home Seven: June 1-6 Streaming and TV highlights this week
That’s the way to do it Mirrah Foulkes on timelessness, theatricality and Judy & Punch
Streaming Spotlight: Sundance With Subtitles This week we look at some world cinema gems from the indie festival
Changing visions Nicholas Ashe Bateman on doing things differently in The Wanting Mare
Forbidden fruit Keola Racela on wholesomeness, horror and comedy in Porno
Wes Anderson ensures Cannes show goes on McQueen, Kawase, Ozon, Vinterberg, Maiwenn and Pixar in the selection
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