The Contract

Enjoyable and tense thriller with two great leads and some questions to ask.

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The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus

Doctor Parnassusowns he is able to guide people’s imaginations with his Imaginarium.

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The Hurt Locker

The Hurt Locker follows a team of bomb disposal experts in Iraq.

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The Princess Bride

When a young boy is off school sick, his grandfather sits by his bedside and reads the reluctant boy a fairytale.

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War, Inc.

In this intelligent and funny political satire, John Cusack plays Hauser, a haunted hit man hired by the CEO of a private American corporation to kill a middle-east oil lord.

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And God Created Woman

Famous French director Roger Vadim remade his own 1950s movie in 1988

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Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story

This 2006 film from director Michel Winterbottom is the tale of two phenomenally

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Cachorro (Bear Cub)

Cachorro, with an English title Bear Cub, is a Spanish movie about a gay dentist named Pedro and the tribulations of his active social life, which came full circle when he had to take in a 9-year-old nephew.

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Ghoul School

If you like entering into the world of splatter, the indie horror film Ghoul School, directed by Timothy O’Rawe and starring the likes of Joe Franklin, Scott Gordon, and William Friedman, is a pretty good choice.

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The King’s Speech

King George VI (Colin Firth) struggles to overcome his debilitating stammer in the wake of his brother’s (Guy Pearce) scandalous abdication just before the onset of World War II.

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The Black Hole

Epic piece of Disney Sci Fi with an unusually hard edge, some fantastic production design and the best realised robots outside of “Star Wars”, “The Black Hole” was originally released in 1979 and directed by Gary Nelson.

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Bad Movie Police Case #2: Chickboxer

And you thought it couldn’t get any worse. After the shockingly unsuccessful “Bad Movie Police 1 (Galaxy of the dinosaurs in case you had scrubbed it from your memory with bleach) you would think that the filmmakers might just quietly take themselves off to a retirement home and do us all a favour.

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Abomination: The Evilmaker II

This indie film revolves around a couple of friends who went into the woods as one of them is experiencing tough times in her life.

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Bent Volume 2

This is another low-budget horror movie by renowned independent film movie director Jason Santo.

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Manic

This is a look at how society deals with teenagers with mental illnesses and the need to control them while they themselves are seeking their own internal control.

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