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CertificationPG Our Rating

Hiro is a something of a tech kid prodigy but, having just showcased the merits of micro bots, finds someone else has decided to use them for evil. With the help of an unlikely big white health robot called Baymax and a bunch of enjoyably quirky sidekicks, Hiro takes on the forces of evil in an effort to save the day. A fun film with some good gags, great robots and swell animation.

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Certification15 Our Rating

A stunning visual account of man's struggle for survival in the 21st Century, a time when replicant life forms are beginning to surpass humans not just in intelligence but emotions, raising questions about our concepts of self. A post-modern sci-fi classic, THE great Hollywood movie of the '80s, the last great pre-computer film done with smoke-and-mirrors SFX and the definitive cult arthouse Sci-Fi film. This is the second version re-edited by Ridley Scott; all the good bits remain, with the onl find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Based on Philip K Dick's "Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep?" this is a stunning visual account of man's struggle for survival in the 21st Century, a time when robot life forms are beginning to surpass humans in not just intelligence but emotions, raising questions about our concepts of self. This is Ridley Scott's final version of this post-modern sci-fi classic; all the good bits remain, with the only differences being the lack of narration, the downbeat ending, and the blink-and-miss-it dre find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A stunning visual account of man's struggle for survival in the 21st Century, a time when replicant life forms are beginning to surpass humans not just in intelligence but emotions, raising questions about our concepts of self. A post-modern sci-fi classic, THE great Hollywood movie of the '80s, the last great pre-computer film done with smoke-and-mirrors SFX and the definitive cult arthouse Sci-Fi film. This is the originally released version with no unicorns in a dream, a voiceover to keep y find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A chance for fans of the Bladerunner experience (and aren't we all?) to see the first ever cut of Ridley Scott's dystopian masterpiece. This workprint represents the pre-theatrical release version that offers some alternative footage and includes the voice-over narration long absent from DVD and video. An interesting companion to the final, original and director's cuts. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

In a not far off dystopian future women have become infertile and governments have forgotten that Orwell's 1984' was supposed to be a searing indictment of what NOT to do. Into this less than hopeful world arrives a young woman who has achieved the miracle of pregnancy, everyone wants the child as a cynical totem for the people, and those planning rebellion are as ruthless as those in power. Finding a reluctant but increasingly determined guardian in the form of Theo, mother and child go in sea find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Transfer (1966), Cronenberg's first film, is a surreal sketch of a doctor and his patient. From the Drain (1967) finds two men in a bathtub, which may be part of a centre for veterans of a future war. Stereo (1969), Cronenberg's first official feature film, stunningly shot in monochrome, concerns telepaths at the Institute for Erotic Enquiry where patients undergo tests by Dr. Luther Stringfellow. In Crimes of the Future (1970) Cronenberg worked in colour and with a find out more...

DUNE (1985)

Certification15 Our Rating

Lynch has toiled to condense Frank Herbert's mammoth SF novel into two hours twenty: 10000 years in the future the life-and-death struggle between the Atreides and Harkonnens for the vital spice Melange, which is vital for space travel and is guarded by giant mile-long worms, takes place on a third planet - Arrakis, the desert planet, home to the Fremen, dune dwellers with vivid blue eyes. Fremen legend tells of a Messiah who will be able to drink the water of life, previous tasters having tried find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Truffaut's adaptation of Ray Bradbury's best-selling (and infinately better) sci-fi novel casts Julie Christie in a challenging dual role, both as wife and as a mysterious young stranger and marks his English language feature debut. Although set in a future where books are banned, the imagery is pure sixties kitsch, even as the stormtrooper-like firemen, led by Montag (Oskar Werner) burn the forbidden literature. When Montag meets a revolutionary schoolteacher (Christie) who reads and collects b find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

This episode is based round the second book in the series, Dune Messiah. Twelve years have passed since Paul became emperor and the name of Muad'dib now rings with the sound of anguish for many within the system. The leader of House Corrino, Princess Wensicia continues to plot during her exile, Paul loses his sight, but has vision, Chani gives birth to his twin children, but dies in childbirth, and the ghola mentat Duncan faces a moment of truth. find out more...