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Following the death of their friend, two girls in their late twenties embark on a road trip to spread his ashes. Seph and Alex take turns driving. Dan is in the glove compartment, in tupperware, decreasing in volume as the trip progresses. (imdb)
Ever imagined what life would be like if humans were apes in modern life? That is the portrayal in this deeply thought provoking mind boggle. (imdb)
Lucy (Scarlett Johansson) becomes the first human to use 100 percent of the brain's capacity.
The Wipers Times (2013) - TV Movie
When Captain Fred Roberts discovered a printing press in the ruins of Ypres, Belgium in 1916, he decided to publish a satirical magazine called The Wipers Times - "Wipers" being army slang for Ypres. Full of gallows humor, The Wipers Times was poignant, subversive and very funny. Produced literally under enemy fire and defying both authority and gas attacks, the magazine proved a huge success with the troops on the Western Front. (bbc)
The Lady Vanishes (2013) - TV Movie
While traveling by train, a young socialite is befriended by a charming yet enigmatic older woman; however, when the woman disappears, the other passengers deny she ever existed. (imdb)
A biography of Austrian Formula 1 champion driver Niki Lauda and the 1976 crash that almost claimed his life. Mere weeks after the accident, he got behind the wheel to challenge his British rival, James Hunt. (imdb)
A Touch of Cloth (2012) - TV Series
DCI Jack Cloth and DC Anne Oldman are paired to investigate a series of grisly murders done by a devious killer. (imdb)
Entertaining the Troops (2011) - TV Movie
The lives of the performers, including ballerinas, magicians, contortionists and impressionists, who were sent to the front lines during the Second World War to boost the morale of soldiers. Singer Vera Lynn and comedy writer and actor Eric Sykes recall the dangers they faced, while combat veterans share their memories of wartime entertainment.
The Secret Life of Bob Monkhouse (2011) - TV Movie
When Bob Monkhouse's widow died and his house was being prepared for market, the amazing extent of his private collection of video and audio recordings was realised. Among them were many treasures which had previously been believed to be lost to the nation. This films delves into just some of the highlights of that trove, and reveals the multi-layered man behind the glossy TV persona. (imdb)
Crooked House (2008) - TV Series
A ghost story about a cursed house. The cursed house - Geap Manor - weaves together three ghost stories set during Georgian times, the 1920s and the present day. (imdb)
Seven Ages Of Rock (2007) - TV Series
A seven part series, produced by the BBC, on the history of rock music.
Oliver Twist (2007) - TV Mini-Series
Adaptation of Dickens' classic in five half hour episodes.
Marple: Ordeal by Innocence (2007) - TV Episode
Miss Marple is invited to the wedding of a friend, but the gaieties are interrupted when a stranger arrives; he provides the missing evidence which proves that the black sheep of the family, Jacko, was wrongfully hanged for murder. This raises the question of who in the household did kill the cold-hearted mistress of the house two years previously. As usual, Miss Marple is needed to uncover the hatred, jealousy, lust etc. behind the family's facade and sort out the threads of the mystery. (imdb)
The Shadow in the North (2007) - TV Movie
A dramatisation of Philip Pullman's second novel about Victorian heroine Sally Lockhart. It's six years since The Ruby in the Smoke, and Sally has her own financial consulting business. When a client loses a fortune following the unexpected collapse of a shipping firm, the young businesswoman grows suspicious and sets out to investigate - and a clairvoyant soon puts her on the trail of the richest man in Europe and a terrifying new weapon, the Hopkinson Self-Regulator.
The Rabbit is the world's belling-selling vibrator. In the past year alone, millions have been sold all over the globe. Now experts are warning the Rabbit is becoming the new addiction; women who start using often find they simply cannot stop. RABBIT FEVER is the first film to follow the trials and tribulations of a group of Rabbit Addicts as they attempt to kick their Rabbit habit. (imdb)
Green Wing (2004) - TV Series
An offbeat comedy from the team behind 'Smack the Pony', set in a hospital, and is very much character-based, with storylines involving a staff liasion officer who hates people, a humourless consultant who thinks he's funny, and a handful of sexual predators and inadequates. (imdb)
Keen Eddie (2003) - TV Series
A wisecracking N.Y. cop with no respect for authority, finds himself a fish out of water when he ends up being assigned to a police precinct in the U.K. (imdb)
A librarian begins a passionate affair with a mysterious woman who walks into his library. When she suddenly disappears he travels down to London to search for her only to discover that she has three identities - dancer, dominatrix and con-woman. But which one is the real Miranda? (imdb)
The fate of mankind rests in the hands of one Lara Croft (Jolie), a twenty-first century heroine inspired by the most popular interactive video character in history. (Paramount Pictures)
Hippies (1999) - TV Series
In 1969 London, the editor of an underground magazine and his friends get into wacky situations. (imdb)
This dramatization of the 48 hours leading up to the Battle of the Somme in 1916 underscores the bitter loss of innocence of a group of idealistic young men, including 17-year-old Billy Macfarlane who's enlisted in order to be with his older brother, Eddie. But Eddie's sent home after being wounded, leaving his innocent brother behind to face the slow, inevitable countdown to the bloodiest massacre in British military history.