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  • Anomaly New!
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    Anomaly

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    • British talent Noel Clarke (Kidulthood) is a man who can do it all: acting, writing, producing and directing. Here, he churns out an action-thriller with some incredible fight sequences to enjoy. And guess what? Clarke performed all his own stunts too.

    • Director:  Noel Clarke
    • Starring:  Ian Somerhalder, Noel Clarke, Luke Hemsworth, Alexis Knapp, Brian Cox
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  • Friday Night Lights New!
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    Friday Night Lights

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    • It isn't necessary to understand the workings of American Football to enjoy this tale of family, friendship and community dreams. It was a smash in the cinema and it'll be a smash in your living room – and not just on a Friday night.

    • Director:  Peter Berg
    • Starring:  Billy Thornton, Lucas Black, Jay Hernandez, Derek Luke, Garrett Hedlund, Tim McGraw, Lee Young
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  • Green Street Hooligans New!
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    Green Street Hooligans

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    • Elijah Wood finds his world turned upside down and inside out when he falls into the hands of a West Ham football firm. It has top-notch performances (the oft-underrated Charlie Hunnam is here), a fine script and a compelling storyline. Back of the net.

    • Director:  Lexi Alexander
    • Starring:  Elijah Wood, Claire Forlani, Charlie Hunnam
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  • Intruders ('12) New!
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    Intruders ('12)

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    • Being haunted by a nameless, faceless, black-hooded stranger in your living dreams is bad enough, but when Clive Owen is thrown into the ring it has us hiding straight under the duvet. It's an intelligent film and just for the record: Clive's on top form.

    • Director:  Juan Fresnadillo
    • Starring:  Clive Owen, Daniel Bruhl, Ella Purnell, Carice van Houten, Kerry Fox
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  • Mr. Bean's Holiday New!
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    Mr. Bean's Holiday

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    • He isn't just laugh out loud funny. He's fall out of your seat funny, in a way other comic creations simply don't compare. Here, we join him as he discovers the French, romance, bicycling, and in one of our favourite ever Bean scenes: how to milk a cow.

    • Director:  Steve Bendelack
    • Starring:  Rowan Atkinson, Steve Pemberton, Lily Atkinson, Preston Nyman, Sharlit Deyzac, Francois Touch
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  • Ray New!
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    Ray

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    • The inspirational journey of musical legend Ray Charles is a tale of hope, redemption and the power of the human spirit. An incredible true story of a musician who just never quit, with Jamie Foxx in the role which landed him an Academy Award.

    • Director:  Taylor Hackford
    • Starring:  Jamie Foxx, Regina King, Kerry Washington, Terrence Howard, Larenz Tate, Richard Schiff
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  • Sydney White New!
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    Sydney White

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    • A modern day telling of an age-old fairytale and a very American one at that. The seven dwarfs are seven college dorks on a 'hot or not' list. It's a dopey, goofy, slightly lazy girls-night-in romantic comedy.

    • Director:  Joe Nussbaum
    • Starring:  Amanda Bynes, Sara Paxton, Matt Long, Jack Carpenter, Jeremy Howard, Crystal Hunt
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  • Top Dog New!
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    Top Dog

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    • Fans of Lock Stock, The Football Factory and Green Street will enjoy this Cockney mobster flick from director Martin Kemp. He's a man more than a little familiar with the genre, having played many a gangster in his time, most notably in The Krays (1990).

    • Director:  Martin Kemp
    • Starring:  Jason Flemyng, Vincent Regan, Leo Gregory
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  • 21 Grams
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    21 Grams

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    • A thought-provoking and stylish drama with Sean Penn, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Naomi Watts among the cast and Alejandro González Iñárritu in the director's chair. A startlingly powerful film that was met – totally deservedly – with unequivocal acclaim.

    • Director:  Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu
    • Starring:  Sean Penn, Benicio Del Toro, Naomi Watts, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Eddie M
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  • A Serious Man
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    A Serious Man

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    • A thoroughly watchable – yet at times toe-curlingly funny – period comedy from the great filmmaking siblings who gave us The Big Lebowski and O, Brother Where Art Thou. Our verdict? This tragi-comic tale is right up there alongside them.

    • Director:  Ethan Coen, Joel Coen
    • Starring:  Michael Stuhlbarg, Richard Kind, Fred Melamed, Adam Arkin, Sari Lennick
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  • A Simple Wish
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    A Simple Wish

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    • One of the few truly great films to sit down with the little ones to watch and enjoy. The wand may be broken... but the spell isn't. It's a sweet family comedy which sees Martin Short parading as the Fairy Godmother one little girl didn't quite wish for.

    • Director:  Michael Ritchie
    • Starring:  Kathleen Turner, Martin Short, Teri Garr, Robert Pastorelli, Mara Wilson, Amanda Plummer
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  • Angela's Ashes
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    Angela's Ashes

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    • One man's story of childhood, showing us the harsh reality of idealistically innocent early years and the human face of poverty and survival. It's stark and it's compelling, with unforgettable performances from a star-studded cast.

    • Director:  Alan Parker
    • Starring:  Emily Watson, Robert Carlyle, Joe Breen
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  • Back to the Secret Garden
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    Back to the Secret Garden

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    • A secret garden at the end of your lawn? Yes, please. If you've been charmed by such tales as The Railway Children and The Borrowers, then this will almost certainly be your cup of tea. As English as Her Majesty, Wimbledon and a wet weekend.

    • Director:  Michael Tuchner
    • Starring:  Joan Plowright, Cherie Lunghi, George Baker, David Warner, Leigh Lawson, Florence Hoath
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  • Blues Brothers 2000
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    Blues Brothers 2000

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    • Shine those shoes and strike up the band: a one, two, a-one two three four! The magnificent Blues Brothers are back for more outrageously good music and plenty of heavy attitude as they hit the road once again. The Good Lord works in mysterious ways.

    • Director:  John Landis
    • Starring:  Dan Aykroyd, John Goodman, Aretha Franklin, Nia Peeples, Joe Morton, J. Evan Bonifant
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  • Born on the Fourth of July
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    Born on the Fourth of July

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    • Giving perhaps his definitive performance as he tells the real-life story of a former U.S marine, Tom Cruise is – quite simply – sublime. This great box office hit of the Eighties from director Oliver Stone is disturbing, moving and completely compelling.

    • Director:  Oliver Stone
    • Starring:  Tom Cruise, Raymond J Barry, Caroline Kava, Josh Evans
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  • Break-Up, The
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    Break-Up, The

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    • Think you've got relationship problems? Watch this and think again. There are crazy rows, quotable scenes and plenty of hilarious moments in what we call the ultimate anti-romantic comedy. Will there be tears before bedtime? You bet.

    • Director:  Peyton Reed
    • Starring:  Jennifer Aniston, Vince Vaughn, Jason Bateman, Joey Lauren Adams, Judy Davis, Jon Favreau
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  • Bring It On Again
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    Bring It On Again

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    • Great fun, big laughs and plenty of cat-fights for the second in the series. Didn't see the first one? No worries, this has nothing to do with the first film, so get stuck in. Winter weekend feel-good stuff for lazing about on the sofa with the girls.

    • Director:  Damon Santostefano
    • Starring:  Anne Judson-Yager, Bree Turner, Faune Chambers, Joie Lenz
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  • Broken Flowers
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    Broken Flowers

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    • A brilliantly dry comedy headed by the legend we call Bill Murray – on great form here – as an ageing and failing lothario on a chaotic journey to discover his past and his present. Poignant, smart, entertaining and enigmatic

    • Director:  Jim Jarmusch
    • Starring:  Bill Murray, Sharon Stone, Jessica Lange, Jeffrey Wright, Tilda Swinton, Julie Delpy, Frances Conroy
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  • Children of Men
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    Children of Men

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    • Be sure to see this here and now. Everything about this phenomenally haunting, almost biblical movie will stay with you forever. A mash-up of prophecy and mesmerising fiction, this is British movie-making at its very best.

    • Director:  Alfonso Cuaron
    • Starring:  Clive Owen, Julianne Moore, Michael Caine, Charlie Hunnam
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  • Curious George 2: Follow That Monkey!
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    Curious George 2: Follow That Monkey!

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    • A second helping of the irresistible (and totally unstoppable) Curious George. A monkey making friends with a baby elephant then taking her under his wing? Yes please. A family animated comedy full of heart and bursting with charm. What's not to like?

    • Director:  Norton Virgien
    • Starring:  Jerry Lewis, Matt Lauer, Tim Curry, Frank Welker, Jeff Bennett, Jamie Kennedy
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  • Doomsday
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    Doomsday

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    • Fast-paced and filled with splatter, this apocalyptic joyride is gloriously entertaining. If you're into the likes of Mad Max and Escape To New York, then it won't be difficult to soak up the Grindhouse atmosphere of this supremely ambient picture.

    • Director:  Neil Marshall
    • Starring:  Malcolm McDowell, Rhona Mitra, Bob Hoskins, Adrian Lester, Alexander Siddig
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  • Duplicity
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    Duplicity

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    • Julia Roberts and Clive Owen have gotten steamy in the past and here they're reunited – to swindle their bosses. From the pen of the same guy who gave us the Bourne films and The Devil's Advocate, this is one to watch – in every way.

    • Director:  Tony Gilroy
    • Starring:  Julia Roberts, Clive Owen, Paul Giamatti, Tom Wilkinson, Denis O'Hare
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  • For Richer or Poorer
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    For Richer or Poorer

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    • Now here's a premise for a feel-good comedy. Meet the couple running faster than a bouncing cheque. On the verge of arrest – and divorce – they take shelter in the one place they think the taxman won't find them: in a remote religious community.

    • Director:  Bryan Spicer
    • Starring:  Tim Allen, Kirstie Alley, Wayne Knight, Michael Lerner, Larry Miller, Jay O. Sanders
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  • Freeze Frame ('04)
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    Freeze Frame ('04)

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    • British stand-up Lee Evans seldom branches out into the world of drama. He was awesome in the comedies Funny Bones and There's Something About Mary, but here he is – in a surprisingly dramatic role. But can he cut the mustard? Absolutely. He's brilliant.

    • Director:  John Simpson
    • Starring:  Colin Salmon, Lee Evans, Sean McGinley, Rachael Stirling
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  • Gladiator
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    Gladiator

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    • Russell Crowe gets skirted up and heads to Rome to take revenge. Joaquin Phoenix and Oliver Reed (fact: this was the latter's final film) also star in this stellar movie which was drenched in awards. Watch it and see why. Ridley Scott: we salute you.

    • Director:  Ridley Scott
    • Starring:  Russell Crowe, Joaquin Phoenix, Richard Harris, Connie Nielsen, Oliver Reed, Derek Jacobi
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  • Harry and the Hendersons
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    Harry and the Hendersons

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    • Meet Big Foot. He's a part of the family. He uses the bathroom and eats from the refrigerator. He wasn’t invited... and he’s not an intruder. A treat for any child of the '80s and for every first-timer. Follow that footprint – and fall in love.

    • Director:  William Dear
    • Starring:  John Lithgow, Melinda Dillon, Don Ameche, Margaret Langrick
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  • King Kong ('05)
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    King Kong ('05)

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    • There's something wild and wonderful tearing up Times Square again – over sixty years later! For outstanding visual effects, perfect casting and a classy re-telling of an iconic Hollywood story, you can't go wrong with this. Peter Jackson: we salute you.

    • Director:  Peter Jackson
    • Starring:  Naomi Watts, Adrien Brody, Jack Black, Kyle Chandler, Colin Hanks, Jamie Bell
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  • Leatherheads
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    Leatherheads

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    • What's the deal? You have George Clooney on form from start to finish. You get prime sporting suspense scenes and winning teams. There's romance for the ladies. All of that with a Randy Newman score on top. What's not to love about all that? We ask you.

    • Director:  George Clooney
    • Starring:  George Clooney, Renee Zellweger, John Krasinski, Jonathan Pryce
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  • Meet Joe Black
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    Meet Joe Black

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    • Clocking in at just over three hours, it's hardly a breezy tale. Yet it's one which deserves our full attention. Both darkly poetic and strangely life-affirming, it's a stylish flick for the true romantics, with one or two totally sparkling performances.

    • Director:  Martin Brest
    • Starring:  Anthony Hopkins, Brad Pitt, Claire Forlani, Marcia Gay Harden, Jeffrey Tambor, Chris Cooper
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  • My Generation: Who's Still Who
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    My Generation: Who's Still Who

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    • Aside from contributions from band-members Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend, this fab documentary features tributes from Sting, Noel Gallagher and Eddie Vedder. And we just love that moment when the Edge picks up the guitar to play 'My Generation'.

    • Director:  Murray Lerner
    • Starring:  Roger Daltrey
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  • Patch Adams
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    Patch Adams

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    • A simple premise: laughter is the best medicine. And the wonderful Patch Adams is the man who prescribes just that. This is truly a feel-good comedy with the always-missed Robin Williams at the helm, giving us yet another five-star performance.

    • Director:  Tom Shadyac
    • Starring:  Robin Williams, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Monica Potter, Steve Oedekerk
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  • Public Enemies
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    Public Enemies

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    • The charming Johnny Depp plays the ultra-charming Dillinger, an American folk hero due to his insatiable appetite for robbing the banks that many people held responsible for the Great Depression. It's engrossing, entertaining – and deliciously true.

    • Director:  Michael Mann
    • Starring:  Johnny Depp, Christian Bale, Billy Crudup, Marion Cotillard, Channing Tatum, Giovani Ribisi
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  • Red Dragon
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    Red Dragon

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    • We've thought of alternate titles for this return to the adventures of the famous cannibal killer. Hannibal: the Early Years? Silence Before The Lambs? Totally worth a punt for watching the forever-missed Philip Seymour Hoffman in action.

    • Director:  Brett Ratner
    • Starring:  Anthony Hopkins, Edward Norton, Ralph Fiennes, Philip Hoffman, Emily Watson, Mary-Louise Parker
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  • Rory O'Shea Was Here
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    Rory O'Shea Was Here

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    • A decent story told with plenty of grace and with buckets of Irish charm. Both wonderfully funny and hugely uplifting, take a look and see for yourself the things which are truly important in life. Bonus watching: James McAvoy. Don't you just love him?

    • Director:  Damien O'Donnell
    • Starring:  James McAvoy, Steven Robertson, Brenda Fricker, Romola Garai, Tom Hickey, Adam Fergus
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  • Sabrina The Teenage Witch
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    Sabrina The Teenage Witch

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    • What more could a girl wish for on her sixteenth birthday? A new album from her favourite band? Make-up? New clothes? For Sabrina, she not only has to think of her prom dress but also her broomstick. The Witch is back and this time, she's learning to fly.

    • Director:  Tibor Takacs
    • Starring:  Melissa Joan Hart, Ryan Reynolds, Michelle Beaudoin, Tobias Mehler, Chailene Fernetz, Sherry Miller
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  • Shaun Of The Dead
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    Shaun Of The Dead

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    • Go to the Winchester. Have a pint. Wait for this all to blow over. Helped along by a star-studded cast of British favourites, this apocalyptic comedy is a total howler. Only Nick Frost and Simon Pegg could get away with it.

    • Director:  Edgar Wright
    • Starring:  Simon Pegg, Bill Nighy, Lucy Davis, Nick Frost, Penelope Wilton, Kate Ashfield
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  • Sleepers
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    Sleepers

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    • There's a heart-wrenching storyline, a tight screenplay, a hauntingly beautiful score (which bagged an Oscar for John Williams) and an ensemble cast of top-notch acting talent with Dustin Hoffman, Robert De Niro and Brad Pitt among it. Simply sublime.

    • Director:  Barry Levinson
    • Starring:  Kevin Bacon, Billy Crudup, Robert De Niro, Minnie Driver, Ron Eldard, Dustin Hoffman
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  • Sneakers
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    Sneakers

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    • Both a top-notch caper comedy and a gripping spy thriller, this is a star-studded smash of '90s cinema. Note: if the great Ben Kingsley's American accent slips from time to time, it only adds to the charm of this highly entertaining hi-tech farce.

    • Director:  Phil Alden Robinson
    • Starring:  Dan Aykroyd, Ben Kingsley, Mary McDonnell, River Phoenix, Sidney Poitier, Robert Redford
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  • The Adventures of Brer Rabbit
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    The Adventures of Brer Rabbit

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    • Featuring some of the finest voices of African-American talent, including Wanda Sykes and Danny Glover, with a stellar hip-hopping soundtrack, this movie tells some of the greatest tales from the Caribbean, Gullah and West African Anansi traditions.

    • Director:  Byron Vaughns
    • Starring:  D. L. Hughley, Danny Glover, Wayne Brady, Nick Cannon, Wanda Sykes
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  • The Babe
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    The Babe

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    • John Goodman goes a long way to fill the boots (or the gloves) of a man defined by a life of heavy drinking, heavy eating – and heavy success on the baseball field. As any American might tell you: John Goodman was born to play the legendary Babe Ruth.

    • Director:  Arthur Hiller
    • Starring:  John Goodman, Kelly McGillis, James Cromwell, Trini Alvarado, Bruce Boxleitner
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  • The Bourne Ultimatum
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    The Bourne Ultimatum

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    • Matt Damon is brought out of hiding for yet more perfectly crafted spy action. All the things we love about the previous films are here and we're completely swept along with it. To director Paul Greengrass we say: we salute you. Nobody does action better.

    • Director:  Paul Greengrass
    • Starring:  Matt Damon, Paddy Considine, Edgar Ramirez, Corey Johnson, Scott Adkins, Joan Allen, Joey Ansah
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  • The Game
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    The Game

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    • It's engrossing, intelligent and super-stylish. Not exactly a biggie at the box office, but a huge post-cinema success with a cultish element to it – in that Shawshank Redemption sort of way. Prepare for 128 glorious, brain-pumping minutes of filmmaking.

    • Director:  David Fincher
    • Starring:  Michael Douglas, Sean Penn, Deborah Kara Unger
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  • The Guru
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    The Guru

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    • Utterly hilarious and completely charming, this Bollywood/Hollywood caper is simply a joy. With phenomenal dance routines and a sprinkling of British charm via the wonderful Jimi Mistry, summertime comedies don't get better than this.

    • Director:  Daisy Mayer
    • Starring:  Heather Graham, Marisa Tomei, Rob Morrow, Jimi Mistry, Christine Baranski, Michael McKean, Thomas Mc
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  • The Hulk
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    The Hulk

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    • The cult comic book hero is brought to life by the brilliant Ang Lee (Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon) for over two hours of totally tremendous, bicep-busting, rip-roaring fun. The wonderful Nick Nolte almost steals the show as the Hulk's dad.

    • Director:  Ang Lee
    • Starring:  Eric Bana, Jennifer Connelly, Sam Elliott, Josh Lucas, Nick Nolte
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  • The Ice Harvest
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    The Ice Harvest

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    • Brimming with deliciously dark humour – as bitter as the winter itself – this is a caper comedy in the spirit of Fargo and the Coen Brothers. Top marks to John Cusack and Billy Bob Thornton for two fully engaging, hilarious and magical performances.

    • Director:  Harold Ramis
    • Starring:  Robert Benton, Richard Russo
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  • The Match ('99)
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    The Match ('99)

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    • Packed with cameos from big names of the era, including soccer star Alan Shearer and Samantha Fox, this is a British comedy with a simple premise: whichever team wins the match gets to keep the other team's pub. Let's hope it doesn't end on penalties.

    • Director:  Mick Davis
    • Starring:  Max Beesley, Tom Sizemore, James Cosmo, Richard Grant
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  • The Moguls
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    The Moguls

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    • Curtain twitchers of the world: unite! We like to think of this as Boogie Nights for the backwaters. It's a delightful, awkward and outrageously funny small-town comedy with one or two jaw-dropping neighbourly favours becoming the stars of the show.

    • Director:  Michael Traeger
    • Starring:  Jeff Bridges, Joe Pantoliano, Tim Nelson, Ted Danson, William Fichtner
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  • The Money Pit
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    The Money Pit

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    • Something for anyone who's either been in love or in debt – or both. A hugely enjoyable, slapstick-filled '80s comedy starring two of the decade's biggest stars: Tom Hanks and Shelley Long. Our favourite scene? So many. But we love the one with the bath.

    • Director:  Richard Benjamin
    • Starring:  Tom Hanks, Joe Mantegna, Shelley Long, Maureen Stapleton, Alexander Gudunov
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  • The Watcher
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    The Watcher

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    • With the looks of an angel and the personality of the Devil, Keanu shines in his first ever psycho-killer character role. It's a psychological portrait of a serial killer and a look into the relationship which develops between him and his would-be captor.

    • Director:  Joe Charbanic
    • Starring:  Keanu Reeves, Marisa Tomei, James Spader, Gina Alexander, Robert Cicchini, Chris Ellis, Ernie Hudson, Jenny McShane, Yvonne Niami, Rebekah Smith
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  • Thursday
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    Thursday

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    • When your past catches up with you, what do you do? One of the most memorable indie films of the day, this action-crime drama is all the sweeter when an old favourite of ours, Mickey Rourke, gets involved. Graphic, funny and riotous right the way through.

    • Director:  Skip Woods
    • Starring:  Aaron Eckhart, Thomas Jane, Mickey Rourke, Michael Jeter, James LeGros, Paula Marshall
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  • Undercover Brother
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    Undercover Brother

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    • Meet the coolest cat in town. With a range of outrageous characters, great music and the added genius of Dave Chappelle's magic thrown in for good measure, this is a spoof of those '70s 'blaxploitation' pictures. Even James Brown calls in for a cameo.

    • Director:  Malcolm Lee
    • Starring:  Eddie Griffin, Denise Richards, Dave Chappelle, Neil Harris
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  • Wanted
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    Wanted

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    • Ever had a day when a family secret comes as more than just a jaw-dropping surprise? For James McAvoy – a bored office worker and average joe – today is just such a day. It's sexy, it's brutal, and thanks to the incredible cast, it's thrilling.

    • Director:  Timur Bekmambetov
    • Starring:  Angelina Jolie, James McAvoy, Morgan Freeman, Terence Stamp, Common, Thomas Kretschmann
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  • Enid Last
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    Enid

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    • Anything with Helena Bonham Carter has got to be worth a punt, right? Here she is – on fine form as ever – in the role that bagged her an International Emmy Award for Best Actress: playing the infamous children's writer who enchanted an entire generation.

    • Director:  James Hawes
    • Starring:  Helena Bonham Carter, Matthew MacFadyen, Claire Rushbrook, Denis Lawson, Joseph Millson, Ramona Marq
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    Knocked Up

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    • Here's Judd Apatow's irresistible follow-up to The 40-Year-Old Virgin, looking at a sudden impending parenthood from the male perspective. Apatow knows how to engineer decent comedy and once again he doesn't disappoint us. Funny, filthy and fantastic.

    • Director:  Judd Apatow
    • Starring:  Katherine Heigl, Seth Rogen, Paul Rudd, Leslie Mann, Tim Bagley, Melinda Bennett, Brianna Brown
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    Lost In Translation

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    • A beautiful, gentle, down-to-earth diamond of a story about two randoms who connect with each other in the unlikeliest of places. One to watch with your heart and soul. Favourite scene? One word: karaoke. One name: Bill Murray.

    • Director:  Sofia Coppola
    • Starring:  Giovani Ribisi, Scarlett Johansson, Bill Murray, Anna Faris
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  • Something New Last
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    Something New

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