Titles You Haven't Rated (9)
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Brilliant young general Macbeth pulls off a glorious victory in battle before returning to an indolent court where honours are dispensed by whim. Spurred on by prophesying drifters and an ambitious wife, Macbeth sets his sights on the throne. In Kit Monkman's adventurous new adaptation, this compelling tale of unchecked ambition, soured friendship, lost intimacy and the descent into nihilism is encountered in a strange and claustrophobic territory partly conjured by the mind. (usa)
Ex-jailbirds Eddie and Paul are on parole and working in a New York diner. Their lives are a dead end. That is, until English lawyer Katherine Rookwood walks into the diner with an offer they can't refuse. (imdb)
Press (2018) - TV Mini-Series
Set in the fast-paced and challenging environment of the British newspaper industry, Press will immerse viewers in the personal lives and the constant professional dilemmas facing its characters. The series follows their lives as they attempt to balance work and play, ambition and integrity, amid the never-ending pressure of the 24-hour global news cycle and an industry in turmoil.
Southcliffe (2013) - TV Mini-Series
In this timely and ambitious four-part dramatic series, director Sean Durkin (Martha Marcy May Marlene) and celebrated British television writer Tony Grisoni tell the tragic tale of a "sleepy little English market town" turned upside down when one of its little-liked residents turns his guns on his fellow citizens. (tiff.net)
A Royal Marine awakens to find himself imprisoned and forced to fight to the death against inhuman opponents again and again. (imdb)
29 year-old clothing importer Fran Goldman (Gerard Kearns) offered his fiancée everything - including his heart and a two-bedroom penthouse flat in Kentish Town. Unfortunately she didn't want them - so four weeks before their wedding she called it off. Deciding to stay in London rather than honeymoon on his own, Fran remains convinced that she'll see the error of her ways and change her mind. (Wikipedia)
The Nativity (2010) - TV Mini-Series
British four-part drama television series. The series is a re-telling of the Nativity of Jesus (en.wikipedia.org)
A teenager is cast in the Mercury Theatre production of "Julius Ceasar" directed by a young Orson Welles in 1937.
Doom, the landmark videogame that electrified a generation, leaps from the computer screen to the big screen as a terrifying sci-fi horror action adventure, transporting audiences to a dark and disturbing future with all the visceral excitement and horror that made its gaming predecessor a global phenomenon. (Universal)