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Sequel to Get Shorty moves into the music business.
British class comedy about a council estate lad with a tearaway talent for bowls.
A former boxer-turned-drug runner lands in a prison battleground after a deal gets deadly.
Jennifer Lopez enters the mind of a serial killer in scary scientific experiment.
Four couples go on holiday together and discover that the relationship therapy offered by the resort is not optional.
A socially awkward guy agonises over whether or not to tell his business partner that his wife is unfaithful.
Misfits enter LA dodgeball tournament in a bid to save gym from closure.
A divorced dad finds himself at loggerheads with his son's new stepfather.
A couple are forced to visit the relatives they hate over Christmas.
Santa's older brother is asked to help out at the North Pole, and everyone gets more than they bargained for.
An act of supreme bravery by a conscientious objecting junior medic in the battle for Okinawa
A boy goes to look for America (and himself).
An young woman gets involved with a group of geeky older men who have found a way to work the sportsbook system in Las Vegas to their advantage.
Jon Favreau and Vince Vaughn in drugs money courier comedy
Husband and wife assassins find themselves targeting each other.
Three men who should know better start a college fraternity to get close and personal with girls.
Colour, shot-for-shot remake of Hitchcock's classic.
Comedy remake of the Seventies most infamous TV cop double act.
Hanging out with unemployed actors in East Hollywood.
Teenager from the 'burbs attempts to quit suckin'.
Members of a neighbourhood watch scheme attempt to see off an alien invasion.
A womanising duo, who specialise in trawling weddings, take on their last, hilarious challenge.
Discovering and forgetting Jean-Paul Civeyrac on Novalis, Flaubert, Pasolini, Rose Pourquoi and A Paris Education
A right royal victory Inside the Glasgow Short Film Festival awards ceremony
The optimism of tragedy Rebecca Miller on family, wisdom and Arthur Miller: Writer
NFTS Scotland courses launched Bursaries available for students from underrepresented groups
Weinstein Company non-disclosure agreements ended "No one should be afraid to speak out," says Bob Weinstein
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