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The Halcyon - Season 1 | DVD | (20/03/2017)
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The Halcyon is a drama set in war time 1940 and tells the story of a bustling and glamorous five star hotel at the centre of London society. Set to a soundtrack of the era, it shows London life through the prism of war and the impact it has on families, politics, relationships and work across every social class. Starring Steven Mackintosh (Luther), Olivia Williams (Hyde Park on Hudson), Sope Dirusu (The Huntsman: Winter's War), Liz White (The Woman in Black) and Hermione Corfield (Mission Impossible - Rogue Nation?). Click Images to Enlarge
The Sixth Sense | DVD | (08/01/2001)
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Seventh Son | DVD | (27/07/2015)
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In a time of enchantments when legends and magic collide the sole remaining warrior of a mystical order (Oscar&reg; winner Jeff Bridges) travels to find a prophesized hero born with incredible powers the last Seventh Son (Ben Barnes). Torn from his quiet life as a farmhand the unlikely young hero embarks on a daring adventure with his battle-hardened mentor to vanquish a dark queen (Julianne Moore) and the army of supernatural assassins she has dispatched against their kingdom.
To Kill a King | DVD | (01/09/2008)
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1645: After years of civil war King Charles I is overthrown and two heroes have emerged - Lord General Thomas Fairfax and his best friend and deputy General Oliver Cromwell. Their friendship is threatened when Fairfax and his wife conspire to return the King to power and Cromwell instead orders his execution seizing control. His armies spread violence and fear throughout the country and Fairfax realizes Cromwell must be stopped and their bond as two comrades-at-arms irreparably broken.
Justin and the Knights of Valour | DVD | (03/02/2014)
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Justin (Freddie Highmore) dreams of becoming one of the Knights of Valour but his father Reginald (Alfred Molina) wants him to follow in his footsteps and become a lawyer. After an inspiring visit to his beloved grandmother he bids farewell to his supposed lady-love Lara and embarks on a quest to become a Knight. Along the way he meets the beautiful feisty Talia (Saoirse Ronan) a quirky wizard called Melquiades (David Walliams) and the handsome Sir Clorex (Antonio Banderas) who teach and test him in the ancient ways of the Knights of Valour. Soon Justin must rise to the challenge when banished former knight Sir Heraclio (Mark Strong) and his army return and threaten to destroy the Kingdom.
Seventh Son | Blu Ray | (27/07/2015)
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In a time of enchantments when legends and magic collide the sole remaining warrior of a mystical order (Oscar&reg; winner Jeff Bridges) travels to find a prophesized hero born with incredible powers the last Seventh Son (Ben Barnes). Torn from his quiet life as a farmhand the unlikely young hero embarks on a daring adventure with his battle-hardened mentor to vanquish a dark queen (Julianne Moore) and the army of supernatural assassins she has dispatched against their kingdom. Bonus Features: Deleted / Alternate Scenes Alternate Ending The Making of Seventh Son The Legend and The Lore of the Seventh Son Visual Effects Gallery
The Ghost | DVD | (20/09/2010)
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Based on Robert Harris' acclaimed novel The Ghost is the story of a ghostwriter hired to take over writing the memoirs of one former British Prime Minister (Pierce Brosnan - James Bond The Thomas Crown Affair) after the ex-Prime Minister's first co-writer dies in an accident. Soon after the Ghost accepts the assignment a high-ranking British official accuses Lang of illegally seizing suspected terrorists and handing them over for torture by CIA a war crime. The controversy brings reporters and protesters swarming to the Martha's Vineyard mansion where Lang is staying with his wife Ruth (Olivia Williams) and his media-handler turned mistress Amelia (Kim Cattrall - Sex And The City My Boy Jack). As The Ghost works he begins uncover to clues revealing the previous writer may have pieced together a dark secret linking Lang to the CIA and that somehow this information is hidden in the manuscript he left behind. From acclaimed director Roman Polanski (Oliver Twist The Pianist Chinatown) and resonating with topical themes this atmospheric and intriguing political thriller charts one man's determination to discover the truth and to tell it if necessary from beyond the grave.
Miss Austen Regrets | DVD | (28/04/2008)
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Based on Jane Austen's actual letters and diaries this drama unravels the secrets of this elusive woman. Jane is nearing her forties and has never married. To her niece Fanny Knight - a young pretty girl desperate to fall in love - Jane is a favourite aunt who offers the wisdom and knowledge that will help her in her own search for a happy marriage. But surely the woman so capable of writing love on the page must have experienced love herself? Jane surrenders little to her niece but secrets there are and Jane is forced to examine afresh the reasons why she has remained single.
The Sixth Sense - 2 Disc Collector's Edition | DVD | (14/10/2002)
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M Night Shyamalan's The Sixth Sense sets itself up as a thriller, poised on the brink of delivering monstrous scares, but gradually evolves into more of a psychological drama with supernatural undertones. Many critics faulted the film for being mawkish and New Agey, but no matter how you slice it, this is one mightily effective piece of filmmaking. The bare bones of the story are basic enough, but the moody atmosphere created by Shyamalan and cinematographer Tak Fujimoto made this one of the creepiest pictures of 1999, one that forsakes excessive gore for a sinisterly simple feeling of chilly otherworldliness. Bruce Willis is in his strong, silent type mode here, and gives the film wholly over to Haley Joel Osment, whose crumpled face and big eyes convey a child too wise for his years; his scenes with his mother (Toni Collette) are small, heartbreaking marvels. And even if you figure out the film's surprise ending, it packs an amazing emotional wallop when it comes; it will have you racing to watch the movie again with a new perspective. You may be able to shake off the sentimentality of The Sixth Sense, but its craftsmanship and atmosphere will stay with you for days. --Mark Englehart
The Postman | DVD | (25/09/1998)
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Falling from the Oscar-winning glory of Dances with Wolves to the opposite end of the critical and box-office scale, Kevin Costner must have been deeply humbled when this three-hour postapocalyptic tale--his sophomore effort as a director--was greeted with a critical thrashing and tepid audience response. One of the most conspicuous flops of its decade, the 1997 release must have seemed like a sure thing on paper: a kind of futurist Western starring Costner as a charismatic drifter-turned-hero who leads the resistance against a military tyrant (Will Patton) by reviving the long-dormant postal system to reunite isolated communities in their fight for freedom. The movie bombed, but, like many audacious failures, it's got qualities that make it at least partially endearing, and its earnestness (although bordering on corny) keeps it from being entirely silly. Faint praise, perhaps, but Costner's ode to patriotism is occasionally stirring and visually impressive. --Jeff Shannon
It Follows | DVD | (29/06/2015)
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For 19-year-old Jay (Monroe), the fall should be about school, boys and weekends at the lake. Yet, after a seemingly innocent sexual encounter she suddenly finds herself plagued by nightmarish visions; she can't shake the sensation that someone, or something, is following her. As the threat closes in, Jay and her friends must somehow escape the horrors that are only a few steps behind. With a riveting central performance from Monroe and a strikingly ominous electronic score by Disasterpeace, IT FOLLOWS took the 2014 Cannes Film Festival by storm and will be released by RADiUS in the Winter of 2015.
Hyde Park on Hudson | DVD | (27/05/2013)
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Academy Award nominee Bill Murray stars as Franklin D. Roosevelt in this delightful look at one of the most pivotal meetings in history. As Great Britain faces an imminent war with Germany, the US President and his wife invite King George VI (Samuel West - Mr Selfridge) and Queen Elizabeth (Olivia Colman - The Iron Lady, Tyrannosaur) for a weekend at their home in upstate New York. But during the first-ever visit of a reigning British monarch to America, international affairs must be juggled with the complexities of Roosevelt's domestic establishment, as wife, mother, and mistresses all conspire to make the royal trip an unforgettable one. As British and American traditions clash with hilarious consequences, they somehow begin to develop a close bond and strengthen the ties between England and America forever. Hyde Park on Hudson is a charming and fresh look at true events and the mysteries of love and friendship, from the acclaimed director of Notting Hill. Special Features: Deleted Scenes A Look Inside Hyde Park on Hudson First Days (Audio Piece with Static Onscreen Image) Commentary with Director Roger Mitchell and Producer Kevin Loader
Dollhouse - Complete Series 1 and 2 | DVD | (11/10/2010)
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Dollhouse: Complete Seasons 1 & 2 Box Set
Sex And Drugs And Rock And Roll | DVD | (17/05/2010)
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A biography of Ian Dury who was stricken with polio at a young age and defied expectations by becoming one of the founders of the punk-rock scene in 1970s Britain.
The Sixth Sense | Blu Ray | (11/08/2008)
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After the assault and suicide of one of his ex-patients award-winning child psychologist Malcolm Crowe (Bruce Willis) is left determined to help a young boy named Cole who suffers from the same diagnosis as the ex-patient - they both see dead people. Malcolm cannot rest until he makes amends for his feelings of failure created by the mental breakdown of the first patient. Cole is a young boy who is paralyzed by fear from his visions of dead people. His mother is at her wits end trying to cope with Cole's eccentricities. With the help of Dr. Crowe Cole goes on a journey of self as he learns to overcome his fears all the while discovering the purpose of his gift.
Rushmore | DVD | (22/01/2001)
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Wes Anderson's follow-up to the quirky Bottle Rocket is a wonderfully unorthodox coming-of-age story that ranks with Harold and Maude and The Graduate in the pantheon of timeless cult classics. Jason Schwartzman (son of Talia Shire and nephew of Francis Coppola) stars as Max Fisher, a 15-year-old attending the prestigious Rushmore Academy on scholarship, where he's failing all of his classes but is the superstar of the school's extracurricular activities (head of the drama club, the beekeeper club, the fencing club...). Possessing boundless confidence and chutzpah, as well as an aura of authority he seems to have been born with, Max finds two unlikely soulmates in his permutations at Rushmore: industrial magnate and Rushmore alumnus Herman Blume (Bill Murray) and first-grade teacher Rosemary Cross (Olivia Williams). His alliance with Blume and crush on Miss Cross, however, are thrown out of kilter by his expulsion from Rushmore, and a budding romance between the two adults that threatens Max's own designs on the lovely schoolteacher. Never stooping to sentimentality or schmaltz, Anderson and cowriter Owen Wilson have fashioned a wickedly intelligent and wildly funny tale of young adulthood that hits all the right notes in its mix of melancholy and optimism. As played by Schwartzman, Max is both immediately endearing and ferociously irritating: smarter than all the adults around him, with little sense of his shortcomings, he's an unstoppable dynamo who commands grudging respect despite his outlandish projects (including a school play about Vietnam). Murray, as the tycoon who determinedly wages war with Max for the affections of Miss Cross, is a revelation of middle-aged resignation. Disgusted with his family, his life, and himself, he's turned around by both Max's antagonism and Miss Cross's love. Williams is equally affecting as the teacher who still carries a torch for her dead husband, and the superb supporting cast also includes Seymour Cassel as Max's barber father, Brian Cox as the frustrated headmaster of Rushmore, and a hilarious Mason Gamble as Max's young charge. Put this one on your shelf of modern masterpieces. --Mark Englehart
Case Sensitive - Point of Rescue | DVD | (16/07/2012)
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When Geraldine Bretherick and her 5-year-old daughter Lucy are found dead in the bathroom of their luxury home, the case divides new DS Charlie Zailer and her DCSimon Waterhouse. Is it a murder-suicide or something even more sinister, and how watertight is the alibi of the apparently distraught husband Mark? Meanwhile, when Sally Thorne, a young working mother with a husband and twosmall children hears of the deaths, she is deeply shocked. Months before she’d met a man called Mark Bretherick at a hotel and they had a brief but passionate affair.Now, against the advice of her best friend, Esther, Sally feels the need to getin touch with Mark again to offer her sympathy. Based on the bestselling novel Point of Rescue by Sophie Hannah, this psychological thriller explores the darker side of motherhood, identity and love.
Peter Pan | DVD | (03/11/2008)
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Re-discover the timeless story of Peter Pan as you've never seen it before and be swept off your feet to a Neverland you'd never dreamt possible. Join the boy who wouldn't grow up and Wendy the girl who is told she has to in their adventure against Captain Hook and his pirate crew. Follow Tinker Bell the Lost Boys giant crocodiles and other fantastic creatures to a world where anything is possible and where dreams and imagination have a power all of their own.
The Man From Elysian Fields | DVD | (26/01/2004)
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Add The Man from Elysian Fields to the list of essential movies about the pains of writing. This wry comedy-drama charts the frustrations of a financially strapped novelist (Andy Garcia) as he desperately and secretly agrees to be an "escort" for ladies who need, err, escorting. This leads him into a Faustian bargain to help a beautiful client (Olivia Williams) whose husband, a once-great, now-dying writer (a mighty James Coburn), is struggling with a final work. Of course the fact that the men are sharing a project and a woman complicates matters--and Garcia's loyal wife (Julianna Margulies) is curious about all these nights spent away. The movie explores different levels of compromise and betrayal, yet it remains tartly amusing throughout. And it has a glorious casting inspiration: the director of the mysterious escort service is played by Mick Jagger, looking decadently elegant and purring like a vaguely satanic Siamese cat. --Robert Horton
Tara Road | DVD | (12/03/2007)
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Sometimes the best way to find yourself... is to lose yourself in someone else's life Tara Road tells the story of two women one Irish and one American - who swap houses one summer and change the course of their lives forever. An accidental phone call brings these two otherwise unrelated women together and in their mutual need for space and time alone they agree to a two-month house exchange. In swapping homes both women slowly find healing and strength through new surroundings and the kindness of others and gradually learn to accept the reality of their changed lives.