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ANT-MAN (2015)

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In the future world of Metro City a young boy has been vaporised but recreated as a robot by his scientist father. Astro Boy wanders the world seeking acceptance and gaining friends amongst other outcasts, before returning to save us all from a terrible fate.
A computer animated tale for younger children. find out more...

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The most compelling Batman yet - no longer the dithering idiot of the sixties but a merciless superhero seeking vengeance. Jack Nicholson steals the show, though, with a superbly over the top Joker (the casting department really worked overtime on that one...), and they battle it out amongst a frenzy of special effects. Highly enjoyable, don't miss it.

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A cartoon version of the adventures of the famous well known caped crusader. The 5 featured episodes are How Many Herrings In A Wheelbarrow, A Bird Out Of Hand, From Catwoman With Love, The 1001 Faces Of The Riddler and The Cool, Cruel Mr Freeze. find out more...

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Batman is back! Only this time he has to outwit Mr Freeze and not be seduced by Poison Ivy, beautifully overacted by Uma Thurman. For some reason, Batman requires assistance from Batgirl and Robin, but they seemed a bit useless to me. This is a dull film despite big effects and showbiz names. find out more...

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Finally...a Batman film that is truly Bat-tastic. find out more...

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A complete change of cast and a fresh crop of baddies mark this third Batman movie. Tommy Lee Jones is characteristically eerie as Two-Face, Jim Carrey dynamically manic, as the Riddler, and Batman gets to snog a bird for the first time! Slick and stylishly sinister. find out more...

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An anime-inspired direct-to-DVD anthology film comprising six short stories describing Bruce Wayne's transition from a tormented vigilantee to 'The Dark Knight' of a crumbling metropolis. From diverse creators, including Academy Award-nominated 'A History of Violence' scribe Josh Olsen, 'Batman Begins' writer David S Goyer and comics scribe Brian Azzarello. find out more...

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Bigger and more action packed than the first of the modern Batman interpretations, but with less character exploration and with a somewhat simplistic plot. If you're after big stars in silly costumes, a great Gothic backdrop and FX then this is your movie, but if you want something more it's disappointing compared to some of its successors. Pfeiffer is the neurotic secretary-cum-feline femme fatale Catwoman, DeVito the Penguin and Walken the corrupt businessman Shreck. Keaton, of course, is the find out more...