Armageddon (1998)
A drill team head to space to stop an asteroid destroying Earth.
Black Hawk Down (2001)
Attempt by US Special Forces to arrest Somali war lords in Mogadishu goes hideously wrong.
The Big Bang (2010)
A private investigator goes in search of a boxer's missing girlfriend... and a stash of diamonds.
Blades Of Glory (2007)
Rival male figure skaters who hate each other enter the Montreal Winter Olympics in the pairs section.
Contact (1997)
A radio ham finds proof of aliens.
Crash (2004)
Slice of Los Angeles paranoia, incorporating fear, anger, racial tension and a miracle.
Date Night (2010)
A married couple's plan to hit the town goes badly awry.
Drive Angry (2011)
A man escapes from Hell to try and rescue his baby granddaughter from a cult that intends to sacrifice her.
Elysium (2013)
In a futuristic world, a man who is confined to the slums of earth, finds the space station retreat of the rich offers his only hope of survival.
Equilibrium (2002)
Brave New World by any other name, with Christian Bale as a cop who sees the light.
Go (1999)
A sex-drugs-and-rave-till-you-cave flick?
Heat (1995)
A cop and a career thief end up on a collision course.
The Homesman (2014)
Two pioneers unite to escort three mentally ill women from Nebraska to Iowa.
The Lone Ranger (2013)
The masked hero and his sidekick ride again.
The Perfect Storm (2000)
Soggy disaster flick.
Prison Break: Season 3 (2007)
Plenty of cons, lots more pros.
Strange Days (1995)
Forbidden memories on disk, yours for the right price.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)
The turtles battle to save New York from the evil plans of a billionaire scientist
Ultraviolet (2006)
Adrift in a Technicolor future, a dying vampire struggles to protect a human child
What's The Worst That Could Happen? (2001)
Martin Lawrence is a friendly crook and Danny DeVito is a crooked businessman.
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