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  • Substitute a cell phone for a glass slipper, a convertible for a two-door pumpkin, and an L.A. suburb for a kingdom far, far away and what do you get? A happily-ever-laughter twist on the Cinderella tale!

    Sam (Hilary Duff) scrubs floors at a diner, copes with her wicked stepmother and stepsisters, and dreams of going to Princeton (the perfect spot for a would-be princess to find a prince). Buy maybe she has a Prince Charming already: her anonymous e-mail buddy (Chad Michael Murray), who arranges to meet her at the Halloween dance, Sam panics when the mystery man turns out to be the coolest guy on campus. Can he love a girl not part of the in crowd? Can fairy tales come true? Only if Sam stands up for herself and turns her dreams into reality.

  • Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen take their sister act to the next level with the action comedy New York Minute.  Top student Jane Ryan (Ashley) goes to Manhattan for a college-scholarship competition.  

    Her rebellious sister Roxy Ryan (Mary-Kate) is also headed to the city, to crash a video shoot.  But anything can happen – and does – in a romp involving a pursuing truant officer (Eugene Levy), a smuggler, cute boys (Jared Padalecki, Riley Smith) and the girls’ realisation that when the chips are down, a sister can be the best friend of all.

  • Amanda Bynes (Big Fat Liar, The Amanda Show) stars as Daphne, an irrepressible American teen who impulsively jets over “the pond” to meet the aristocratic father (Colin Firth of Bridget Jones’s Diary) she never knew. 

    Determined to fit into dad’s world, Daphne stifles her vibrant personality to be the perfect debutante while plunging into a whirl of garden parties, fashion shows and more. Can good intentions and proper etiquette conquer all? Not if that means Daphne must also abandon who she really is. She’s going to remain true to herself. And she’s doing it with the smarts and courage every girl wants to see.

  • He put the money in his jacket… and the jacket on a kangaroo… and now it’s gone! The chase is on and so is the fun when two Brooklyn buddies sent to Australia to deliver $50,000 cross paths with Kangaroo Jack, a prankster of a ’roo who sprints off with the loot. 

    Producer Jerry Bruckheimer (Armageddon, Remember the Titans) brings his adrenaline-rush style to this family crowd-pleaser.

  • Something huge is on the horizon. Hogarth Hughes just rescued an enormous robot that fell from the stars to Earth. Now young Hogarth has one very big friend and an even bigger problem: How do you keep at 50-foot-tall, steel-eating (junkyard cars are especially tasty) giant a secret? 

    It’s even harder when a nosy government agent arrives in town to hunt down the ‘alien invader’ and the combined land, sea and air might of the US military is sent to demolish the giant. The result: an incredible adventure that’s part metal, part magic, all heart.

  • No stones in slingshots. No skirmishes too late in the day. They’re rules of war for the youngsters of two neighbouring Irish villages. And here’s another rule: if you spit shake on something, you better follow through. 

    Kids will be kids; but sometimes they, in their own fanciful ways, will be adults. “What’s unique and marvellous about War of the Buttons,” says Oscar® -winning Chariots of Fire screenwriter Colin Welland, “is that it’s not an adult’s view of childhood at all, but a child’s view of adulthood.”

  • From the sreenwriter of ‘The Secret Garden’ comes this stunning new version of Anna Sewell’s beloved tale. Beginning in a lantern-lit stable on a country estate, Black Beauty’s wondrous story is told through his own eyes. His journey will take him through happy times and sad, good owners and bad, trusted friends and hated enemies, disasters both natural and man-made. 

    Over two decades Black Beauty will come to experience the best and the worst of human nature, all the while seeking a safe place where he will be loved and treated with kindness.

  • From Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to The Wizard of Oz, many classic tales through the centuries wouldn't be half as exciting without the devious doings of a witch. Now add another to the venerable tradition of stores that delivery family fun every witch way, a collaboration combining the effects wizardry of executive producer Jim Henson and the imagination of Willy Wonka creator Roald Dahl. 

    Academy Award® winner Angelic Huston won the Los Angeles and National Society of Film Critics Best Actress Awards for her marvelous work as the Grand High Witch in this enchanting fable directed by Nicolas Roeg. Jasen Fisher plays Luke, the nine-year-old who must fol the plans of a society of witches to turn the world's children into mice. It won't be easy; they're already transformed him into one! But some big bad witches may be no match for the resoucefulness of a single tiny rodent.

  • It is the 75th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz and a special edition with 2 hours worth of extras is available to buy now on Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D and DVD.

    In this classic musical fantasy, Judy Garland stars as Dorothy Gale, a young Kansas farm girl who dreams of a land "somewhere over the rainbow." Dorothy's dream comes true when she, her dog, Toto, and her family's house are transported by a tornado to a bright and magical world unlike anything she has seen before. Unfortunately, she makes a mortal enemy of a wicked witch when the house falls on the hag's sister. Now, befriended by a scarecrow without a brain, a tin man with no heart and a cowardly lion--and protected by a pair of enchanted ruby slippers--Dorothy sets off along a yellow brick road for the Emerald City to beseech the all-powerful Wizard of Oz for his help to return home.

    From generation to generation, The Wizard of Oz brings us together – kids, grown-ups, families, friends. The dazzling land of Oz, a dream-come-true world of enchanted forests, dancing scarecrows and singing lions, wraps us in its magic with one great song-filled adventure after another. Based on L. Frank Baum’s treasured book series, The Wizard of Oz was judged the best family film of all time by the American Film Institute.

    Winner of Academy Awards for Best Music, Song "Over The Rainbow" and for Best Music, Original Score. A special Oscar for "the best juvenile performer of the year" was awarded to Judy Garland.

    Based on the novel by L. Frank Baum.