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  • Hannah and Her Sisters, Movie
  • Inherent Vice, Movie
  • The Human Centipede III (Final Sequence), Movie
  • The Last Five Years, Movie
  • Trash, Movie
  • The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Movie
  • Boy, Movie
  • Citizenfour, Movie
  • That Sugar Film, Movie
  • La belle et la bête (2014), Movie
  • Maggie, Movie
  • The Humbling, Movie
  • Shaun the Sheep, Movie
  • Big Eyes, Movie
  • Seventh Son, Movie
  • Cinderella (2015), Movie
  • Lost River, Movie
  • Selma, Movie
  • Kingsman: The Secret Service, Movie
  • Blackhat, Movie

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Inherent Vice, Movie

Inherent Vice

Joaquin Phoenix reteams with The Master director P.T. Anderson to play pothead private investigator 'Doc' Sportello in a shaggy dog detective film set in 1969. Based on the Thomas Pynchon novel, described as "The Big Lebowski meets Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas".

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The Last Five Years, Movie

The Last Five Years

Anna Kendrick (Pitch Perfect) leads this adaptation of Jason Robert Brown’s stage musical as a struggling actress recounting the highs and lows of her love affair with a young novelist. From the director of PS I Love You.

Maggie, Movie


Arnold Schwarzenegger leads this zombie drama as a loving father placed in an agonising situation – to stay by his infested daughter’s side as she slowly turns. Co-led by Abigail Breslin, the Academy Award-nominated star of 2006's Little Miss Sunshine.

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Trash, Movie


Three-time Oscar-nominated director Stephen Daldry (Billy ElliotThe Reader) adapts Andy Mulligan’s novel about three kids from Brazil who find themselves running for their lives when a discovery in a rubbish dump has them immediately pursued by police.

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The Humbling, Movie

The Humbling

Barry Levinson (Rain Man) adapts Philip Roth's bestselling novel about an ageing, washed-up actor who starts to confuse performance with real life. Played by Al Pacino, the former stage legend enters an affair with a young lesbian (the great Greta Gerwig, Frances Ha) who idolises him.

Citizenfour, Movie


Insider portrait documentary on Edward Snowden, filmed as the 29-year-old blew the whistle on mass surveillance by the United States and four allied Governments - including our own - in 2013. Winner of Best Documentary Feature at the Academy Awards and the BAFTAs.

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Seventh Son, Movie

Seventh Son

Fantasy film following a mystical knight (Jeff Bridges) and his 14-year-old apprentice (Ben Barnes) as they prepare to battle the malevolently powerful witch Mother Malkin (Julianne Moore). Based on the first book in the Wardstone Chronicles series of young adult novels by Joseph Delaney.

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Big Eyes, Movie

Big Eyes

Tim Burton directs the biographical drama of painter Margaret Keane (Amy Adams), set in the 1950s. Follows her success as an artist, and eventual legal issues with her husband (Christoph Waltz) who takes credit for her work in the 1960s.

Home, Movie


DreamWorks’ animated family sci-fi about the Boov, a group of passive aliens who follow their self-indulgent leader (voiced by Steve Martin) to planet Earth in the hope of finding refuge. Co-stars Rihanna and Jim Parsons.

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