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  • Ray Tango (Sylvester Stallone) and Gabe Cash (Kurt Russell) are rival L.A. policemen with one thing in common: each thinks he is the best. Team them and they’re like oil and water. But frame then for a crime and they’re like a match and kerosene.  

    Stallone and Russell deliver sweaty excitement, sex appeal and outrageous laughs in this action-comedy from the director of Runaway Train. The two stage a prison breakout that’s a breathless rush of weapons and wisecracks – then roar after the shadowy crimelord (Jack Palance) who set them up. Tango & Cash are out to clear their names. Join them and feel the rush.

  • This holiday season Clark Griswold (Chevy Chase) vows his clan will enjoy “the most fun-filled family Christmas ever.” Before you can sing “Fa-la-la-la-lah,” he decks the halls with howls of folly in the perennial favourite National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.  

    Seeing is believing. There are 25,000 lights on the roof. An exploding turkey on the dining room table.  A SWAT team taking siege outside. A festive supporting cast (including Beverly D’Angelo, Randy Quaid, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Juliette Lewis, William Hickey & more). And a John Hughes script full of wit, heart and sheer goofiness. Yule love it!

  • Did you ever see a dream stalking...?

    The kids on Elm Street have. For five years, a walking nightmare named Freddy Krueger has haunted their sleep--seeking revenge for the horribly disfiguring death he suffered at the hands of the children's parents. Now, through the dreams of an unborn child, Freddy has resurrected himself... and he's looking for new victims in A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child.

  • Mel Gibson and Danny Glover are back as a volatile pair of Los Angeles police detectives with completely opposite law-enforcement styles.

    This time the cops are unhappy with their assignment to baby-sit an accountant. But the mob wants the accountant dead--and is killing everyone who gets in its way in this blockbuster action comedy. 

  • After witnessing his parents brutal murder as a child, millionaire-philanthropist Bruce Wayne pledges his life to fighting crime disguised as Batman. His long-time nemesis, The Joker, has sinister plans for the citizens of Gotham City. His greed is matched by his obsession with photojournalist Vicki Vale. But Batman is there to counter the Joker’s every move. With the fate of Gotham and Vicki in the balance, will good or evil prevail?

  • Clint Eastwood stars as a homicide detective tracking a sex killer through New Orleans' French Quarter in this complex and hard-edged psychological thriller.

    Detective Wes Block's (Eastwood) private life becomes part of an investigation as women whom he has known intimately are found raped and murdered. The tension increases as his daughters and his new girlfriend become potential victims. 

  • Thriller specialist Philip Noyce (Patriot Games, The Bone Collector) directs three splendid actors. Sam Neill (Event Horizon, Bicentennial Man), Nicole Kidman (Eyes Wide Shut) and Billy Zane (Titanic) – in riveting performances. 

    Joe and Rae Ingram (Neill and Kidman) do the right thing and rescue the half-delirious sole survivor (Zane) of a crippled schooner. But soon the stranger will plunge the unwary pair into an intense battle of cat and mouse. And life or death.

  • The commically inept graduates of the Police Academy are back to save the day! A heinous crime ring known as the Wilson Heights Gange, headed by the mysterious Masterrmind, has unleashed the worst outbreak of lawlessness and mayhem the city has ever known.. not only endangering the lives of innocent citizens, but also threatening something even more sacrosant, the city's real estate values.

    Meanwhile, the eternally uptight and painfully inept Lt. Harris, suspecting that a spy lurks within the precinct walls, creates his own havoc.

    In a dilemma this grave, circumstances this desperate, only one team of crime busters can come to the rescue, those fast-firing, wacky characters from the Police Academy.

  • The game of conquest is underway. Anything goes when a predatory, wealthy widow (Glenn Close) challenges a notorious rake (John Malkovich) to seduce a beautiful young newlywed (Michelle Pfeiffer). But this time, a cardinal rule will be broken: two players will fall in love – with tragic results. 

    This acclaimed winner of three Academy Awards® boasts grand 18th-century sets and costumes. But its characters could step into the 20th-century without missing a beat. Directed by Stephen Frears from a scandalous 1782 novel and Christopher Hampton’s compelling 1986 play, “Dangerous Liaisons” is “nasty, decadent fun; the surprise is how much anguished emotion seeps through its cool marble heart”.

  • Mac McKussic may have quit the business of drug dealing. But – inside and outside the law – the business won’t quit him.  

    Mel Gibson (as Mac), Michelle Pfeiffer, Kurt Russell and Raul Julia star in this high-gloss, high-stakes thriller from Chinatown Academy Award® winner Robert Towne. Russell is Mac’s pal Nick, a cop under pressure to bring Mac down; Julia plays a Mexican lawman with shady intentions; and Pfeiffer is a cool restaurateur torn between her feelings for Nick and Mac.