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Light-hearted take on To Catch A Thief, transplanted to the Bahamas.
A tough Chicago cop falls for a drifter with a dodgy past.
Animated adventure about a quest to find the lost city.
Young lad from up north finds freedom through ballet.
Hollywood retelling of the story of William Wallace.
Jane Austen romance, Bollywood style.
Evil cats try to take over the world.
A French music teacher brings new meaning to the lives of his troubled charges.
Busybody neighbours force unfestive couple to enter into the spirit of Christmas.
A young woman finds herself torn between idolising her father and hating him for his indifferent attitude towards her.
Rival vice-presidential candidates are embroiled in battle of PR and intrigue in this intelligent political satire.
An FBI man faces conflicted loyalties after infiltrating the mob.
Documentary following the director's battle with prostate cancer.
Lock up your biologists! Second rate comic sci-fi effort where the jokes fall as flat as the science... though the stars all have glossy kissable hair of course.
Three sisters growing up in a dysfunctional Canadian home in the late Sixties.
A select group of scientist soldiers search for earth spirit in devasted America after alien colonisation.
Director Agnes Varda goes in search of those who live on what others leave behind.
Eight more episodes from the iconic Seventies TV comedy sketch show.
A prison guard's relationship with a death row prisoner. Now out to own on Special Edition two-disc DVD.
Love and anguish amongst Turkish immigrants in Germany.
Modern take on the Invisible Man sees Kevin Bacon do a disappearing act.
A millionaire offers $1 million to anyone who can spend the night in a haunted asylum.
A New York socialite faces financial ruin after falling victim to the rumour of an affair.
Documentary on the making of the most famous blow job in the history of blue movies.
Retelling of the 12th Century battle for Jerusalem.
The life and ideas of a scientist who believed in sexual healing.
After losing his job, Hawazaki becomes a paid assassin of other unemployed men.
A woman struggles to escape her criminal past.
Bringing the video game adventurer to life.
Cockney gangland drama shows business and buddies don't mix.
The last hurrah from Arthur Daley and his dodgy deals.
Texas Ranger goes undercover to protect teenage cheerleaders.
Tom Cruise is back as Ethan Hunt in the big action sequel to the TV spin off.
Men without jobs in Galicia share friendship, black humour and alcohol.
Tragic story sees a woman recall her life.
An impoverished mother turns to murder as a method of survival at a time of civil war.
Three teenage girls coping with growing up in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.
A taste of Pete and Dud from their ATV sketch show in the Sixties.
The three-hour, $139 million take on the historical event that launched the USA into the Second World War.
Tim Burton's monkeys are revolting.
A little girl comes to terms with the death of her mum.
A Palestinian family is subjected to Israeli occupation of the most personal kind.
Two sceptic believers test the fallibility of true love in a cold Toronto winter.
The genius that is Ray Charles.
A master criminal plans one last heist.
The story of Shrek the Ogre, a creature that looks like a cross between Danny de Vito and something that just fell out of your nose...
Anakin's personal struggle against the Dark Side becomes more difficult as rebellious robots and an enemy within threaten to topple the Republic.
Super-hacker Hugh Jackman is induced to work for an out-of-control government agent John Travolta.
A disillusioned actor joins a team of five specially selected all-American heroes aiming to thwart evil terrorists in Parker and Stone's attempt to make a Jerry Bruckheimer movie using puppets.
A misfit schoolkid dreams of being a footie star.
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Dreams of reality Jason Neulander on perception, reality and breaking the rules in his debut Fugitive Dreams
Slamdance announces largely virtual line-up Festival also shifts to February for 2021 edition
Dave Prowse dies at 85 Fellow Star Wars cast members pay tribute
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