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Scientists create a robot boy, with emotions, in a globally warmed, flooded future world.
An ambitious lawyer and a recovering alcoholic have a bad day in New York after a car crash.
Film noir plotting meets a fiendish science fiction underworld in an extravagant fantasy.
Extravagant sci-fi fantasy about a hunted man struggling with his memory gets a directorial polish.
Two people struggle to stay together after the death of their child.
Melodramatic retelling of Mary Shelley's novel.
A history of the CIA told through the life story of an increasingly paranoid agent.
Violence begets violence in a study of retribution and small town defiance.
On the run, Bruce Banner must come to terms with his alter ego, the Hulk, in order to defeat a hostile version.
A boy goes to look for America (and himself).
A man goes in search of his father and embarks on a relationship with tragic consequences.
Big screen adaptation of the Sixties sci-fis series about a family sent to colonisation new worlds.
Puppet retelling of the life of Christ.
A glimpse into the life of a serial killer who must struggle against his alter ego as he attempts to quit.
A fantasy romance between an Irish burglar and an ill heiress with violent interruptions from Lucifer's gangster henchmen.
Robin goes back to his roots before the hood.
A high-octane thriller for adults that exposes US dirty tricks in the Gulf oil business
After a presidential assassination, secret service agents try to work out what happened via five different perspectives.
The secrets and passions of an isolated community, trapped by the fear of mythical beasts.
Condensing language Timothy Greenfield-Sanders on Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am, Lou Reed and what's in a gaze
Orbital dynamics Shelagh McLeod on working with Richard Dreyfuss, space, nursing homes and Astronaut
Zeffirelli - cinema’s master of opulence Cultural icon dies at 96
10 films to catch at Edinburgh Film Festival We pick some of our favourites from this year's line-up
Laughing and crying Laughing director Valerio Mastandrea and Chiara Martegiani on crying on cue
Picking up signals Antonin Baudry on Claude Lanzmann, Das Boot and The Wolf's Call
Julianne Moore to receive Karlovy Vary Crystal Globe Red carpet welcome for Affleck, Clarkson and Crudup
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