Back To The Future Trilogy (2005)
Box set release of the time-travel trilogy.
Back To The Future (1985)
A time travel classic of supreme comic invention, involving Marty McFly, a mad scientist and a DeLorean motorcar.
Back To The Future Part II (1989)
The continuing story of Marty McFly and Doc Brown, in which they discover bad things in the future.
Back To The Future Part III (1990)
Marty and the Doc head back to the Wild West.
Beowulf (2007)
An imaginative retelling of the Old English story about a hero who saves a kingdom from a monster and its mother.
Cast Away (2000)
Tom Hanks plays a modern-day Robinson Crusoe stranded on a desert island with a punctured football for a friend.
Contact (1997)
A radio ham finds proof of aliens.
A Christmas Carol (2009)
Charles Dickens tale of Christmas spirits gets a 3D makeover.
Death Becomes Her (1992)
The rivalry between two ageing actresses only becomes more bitter when they acquire the gift of eternal youth.
Flight (2012)
An airline pilot who lives on the wild side becomes a national hero... until his blood tests come back.
Forrest Gump (1994)
Tom Hanks is a simple Southern boy who achieves fame and fortune by being himself.
The Polar Express (2004)
A sceptical boy rides on a magic train to the North Pole on Christmas Eve. Out on re-issue.
Romancing The Stone (1984)
Odd-couple romance and adventure in the jungle.
The Walk (2015)
The story of French high-wire artist Philippe Petit's attempt to cross the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in 1974.
What Lies Beneath (2000)
Michelle Pfeiffer is haunted by the ghost of a murdered student.
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1998)
When a cartoon rabbit is accused of murder, his only hope is an animation-loathing gumshoe.
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