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WALL·E

WALL·E

Pixar's latest, about a pint-sized robot called Wall-E...

Waar

Waar

War-on-terror thriller from Pakistan portraying the efforts of security forces in their fight against terrorism - a retired officer is forced back into service when a major attack looms. A massive hit at local box offices, Waar has become Pakistan's highest grossing film of all time.

Wadjda

Wadjda

Wadjda, a young Saudi Arabian girl, challenges her country's conservative traditions by facing off against her neighbour in a bike race... This is the first feature to be directed both entirely in Saudi Arabia and by a Saudi woman (Haifaa Al Monsour), no small feat for a country that banned cinemas for over 30 years.

Wag the Dog

Wag the Dog

Dustin Hoffman gives an Oscar-nominated performance in this comedy, co-starring with Robert De Niro as a professional pair looking to manufacture a war in order to help a shamed president win a re-election.

Wagner & Me

Wagner & Me

Great British actor and writer Stephen Fry explores his passion for the world's most controversial German composer - Richard Wagner (1813 - 1883).

Wah-Wah

Wah-Wah

Directed by actor Richard E. Grant (the genius that is Withnail in 'Withnail & I'), a semi-autobiographical story
Waiting For 'Superman'

Waiting For 'Superman'

Documentary from the director of An Inconvenient Truth that analyses the failures of America's public education by following several students...

Waitress

Waitress

A pie-centric indie film about a woman (Russell) trapped in a life from which she dreams of escape
Wajib: The Wedding Invitation

Wajib: The Wedding Invitation

Comedic Arabic drama observing the lives of Palestinians in Israel. Stars real-life father and son Mohammad Bakri and Saleh Bakri.

Wake (2009)

Wake (2009)

When things get tough for Carys Reitman, she does what any emotionally isolated, modern girl would do - she crashes other peoples funerals.

Wake in Fright

Wake in Fright

Classic, brutal Australian drama, nominated for the Palme d'Or in 1971, about a bonded teacher who arrives in a rough outback mining town, planning to stay overnight. But, as his one night stretches to five, he plunges headlong toward his own destruction.

Wakefield

Wakefield

Bryan Cranston has a nervous breakdown that causes him to leave his wife and live in his attic in this drama co-starring Jennifer Garner.

Walesa: Man of Hope

Walesa: Man of Hope

Polish filmmaking legend Andrzej Wajda, at age 87, returns with this biographical film on Lech Walesa (Robert Wieckiewicz), the controversial figurehead of the Solidarity - the first mass trade union in the Soviet Bloc.

Walk Like a Panther

Walk Like a Panther

Stephen Graham is part of a group of '80s wrestlers who are forced to don the lycra one last time when their local pub is threatened with closure.

Walk of Shame

Walk of Shame

Elizabeth Banks stars in this morning-after comedy about a reporter who has eight hours to get from her one-night stand to a big job interview in downtown Los Angeles – without her phone, car, purse, money or I.D. Co-stars James Marsden.

Walkabout

Walkabout

Australian screen legend David Gulpilil made his feature film debut in this haunting classic of cultural dislocation by Nicolas Roeg (Don't Look Now).

Walking Out

Walking Out

A father and son find themselves in trouble in the Montana wilderness in this Sundance Grand Jury Prize-nominated survival drama.

Walking Tall: Lone Justice

Walking Tall: Lone Justice

An ex-soldier cleans up his hometown, taking on a drug-lord in order to protect his wife who's a key witness in a drug trial.

Walking on Water

Walking on Water

A look at The Floating Piers, a gigantic yellow bridge, and its creator Christo, an 83-year-old artist known for his large-scale installations.