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Check out the following films:
Fight Club

Fight Club [R18+]

Like all cult cinema, Fight Club was not a genuinely favoured movie upon release amongst the masses, quality usually being overlooked thanks to marketing or just misconception. Upon release it was clear that much of the audience was made up of Brad Pitt fans and not entirely fans of the brilliant subversive novel.

The Master

The Master [MA15+]

Like Anderson's previous films The Master is a hypnotic experience, populated with characters that are un-redeemable and complicated human beings. Joaquin Phoenix is a naval veteran and the portrait of the American post World War II drifter, his journey unfolding in a non linear way after he arrives home from war unsettled and uncertain of his future, happening upon the cult like ‘The Cause’ and its charismatic leader.

Doctor Zhivago

Doctor Zhivago [PG]

The turbulence of revolutionary Russia is overwhelming and the performances, notably of Julie Christie, are unforgettable. There are layers, plot-lines, characters & themes, reminiscent of traditional Russian greats; Tolstoy & Chekov, but this is a Hollywood epic with a star studded cast. The story centres on Yuri Zhivago, a doctor with a penchant for poetry who, although married, falls in love with another woman, amidst the turmoil of the Russian Revolution.

Fantastic Mr. Fox

Fantastic Mr. Fox [PG]

With this stop-motion animated adaptation of the Roald Dahl classic, director Anderson moves from quirky films for adults to imaginative children's fare. Anderson reunites with previous collaborators Murray and Blanchett.


Spider-Man [M]

Nerdy high-school student Peter Parker is an orphan living with his Aunt May and Uncle Ben when his life is changed after he's bitten by a genetically altered spider, giving him amazing abilities. After his uncle is involved in a terrible accident, Peter realizes his powers and becomes a Superhero, later facing off with the Green Goblin.

Touch of Evil

Touch of Evil [M]

A narcotics agent and a crooked cop clash over a murder investigation in a Mexican border town. Orson Welles directed and stars in this acclaimed 1958 film, one of his great stylistic triumphs. Great Latin rock score by Henry Mancini. New longer version - reconstructed and re-edited - is said to represent Welles' original intentions. Opening one-take segment is a knock-out.

Star Trek

Star Trek [M]

J.J. Abrams' reboot of this much loved franchise sees Kirck and Spock combat a Romulan who threatens the United Federation of Planets. Well executed with an impressive ensemble cast.


Titanic [M15+]

100 year old Rose tells her story of the Titanic and its ill-fated voyage. Spectacular in original format 70mm.


Kick-Ass [MA15+]

Kick-Ass is anything but standard super-hero fodder. Of course, the genius of it all is that whilst the film might be far from ordinary, its unlikely heroes absolutely are. Self-reflexive, genuinely funny and entertaining at every corner, Kick-Ass lives up to its title.

Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre [M15+]

A tonally perfect adaptation of the canonical novel by Charlotte Bronte, Fukunaga's Jane Eyre is aesthetically breathtaking. Wasikowska's Jane and Fassbender's Rochester do justice to the characters and what can only be described as stunning art direction tells a very detailed visual story. A fine film and an accomplishment in literary adaptation.