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  • Based on the true story of the notorious serial killer and the intense manhunt he inspired, Zodiac is a superbly crafted thriller from the director of Se7en and Fight Club

    Featuring an outstanding ensemble cast led by Jake Gyllenhaal, Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo and Chloë Sevigny, Zodiac is a searing and singularly haunting examination of twin obsessions: one man’s desire to kill and another’s quest for the truth.

  • Big Oil means big money. Very big money. And that fact unleashes corruption that stretches from Houston to Washington to the Mideast – and ensnares industrialists, princes, spies, politicians, oilfield workers and terrorists in a deadly, deceptive web of move and countermove. 

    George Clooney (Academy Award and Golden Globe winner as Best Supporting Actor), Matt Damon and Jeffrey Wright lead a stellar cast in a lightning paced, whip-smart thriller written and directed by Traffic Academy Award Winner** Stephen Gaghan. From its very first scene, Syriana grips your mind and nerves with an intensity that doesn’t let go for an instant. What is the price of oil? This “celluloid punch to the solar plexus” (Sunday Express) has a jolting answer.

  • John Constantine sees demons walk the earth, and he aims to do something about it: send them back to hell! As Constantine, The Matrix’s Keanu Reeves fights a new otherworld foe in this eye-opening supernatural action thriller based on characters from the DC Comics/Vertigo Hellblazer Graphic Novels and set in a City of the Angels where spirit-world bounds have broken… and all hell is breaking loose. 

    Holy water. A dragon’s-breath flamethrower. A shotgun crafted from a crucifix. Armed with these and assisted by an intrepid cop (Rachel Weisz), John Constantine is a spiritual warrior gone to apocalyptic war. Be glad he’s on your side.

  • Double Academy Award® winner Robert De Niro stars as dedicated Manhatten homicide detective Vincent LaMarca in this gripping, suspense-filled thriller, inspired by true events. 

    Estranged from his wife and son Joey (James Franco – Spiderman), Vincent lives his life in solitude, keeping even his girlfriend (Frances McDormand – Almost Famous) at arm’s length. When Joey emerges as the prime suspect in a murder investigation, Vincent is devastated and is forced to face painful events of his past. As a cop, Vincent must bring a criminal to justice; as a father, he must find a way to save his son. Now he will put his life on the line in order to do right by both his family and his profession.

  • When Los Angeles family man and firefighter Gordon Brewer (Arnold Schwarzenegger – The 6th Day) loses his wife and child in a bombing credited to Claudio “The Wolf” Perrini (Cliff Curtis – Training Day), he suddenly finds himself plunged into the complex and dangerous world of international terrorism. 

    The official investigation seems to be going nowhere and Gordy knows that if the man responsible for murdering his family is ever going to be brought to justice he will have to take matters into his own hands. Gordy’s mission takes him deep into the guerrilla zones of Columbia. But just as he is closing in on “The Wolf”, Gordy meets the mysterious Selena (Francesca Neri – Hannibal) and her young son Mauro, who just happen to be the family of his target. 

    From the acclaimed Director of The Fugitive and Under Siege, Andrew Davis brings you a bone-breaking action thriller, with breath-taking stunts and amazing special effects that will keep you guessing right up to the explosive finale.

  • On his first day on the job as a narcotics officer, rookie LA cop, Jake Hoyt (Ethan Hawke – Gattaca) is sent out on the streets with veteran detective Alonzo Harris (Denzel Washington – The Hurricane, The Bone Collector) for a day that will make or break him.

    Pass the test he becomes a detective. Fail, it’s back to traffic duty. As Alonzo pushes his young charge to cross lines and break rules, Jake’s misgivings about his superior grow as he begins to suspect that Alonzo does not simply push the boundaries ... he has become a rogue cop. Winner of an Academy Award®, Training Day is a gritty, tough and realistic cop thriller, which will have you gripped from start to finish.

  • Alice Bowman is world-travelled and savvy but nothing could prepare her for this. Rebels in a politically volatile Latin American country have kidnapped her husband for ransom. The asking price: $3 million.

    Meg Ryan plays Alice and Russell Crowe is Terry Thorne, the hostage retrieval expert who becomes Alice's only hope in navigating a high-stakes game where terrorists value money over life. Taylor Hackford directs, steadily tightening the emotional vice as Terry and Alice try to smoke out the perpetrators and rescue Alice's husband (David Morse) and as both confront the gnawing awareness that they're attracted to each other.

  • Wall Street titan Steven Taylor seems like a devoted husband. He isn’t. Beautiful Emily Bradford Taylor seems like a faithful wife, she isn’t. And when Steven hires Emily’s lover to kill her, it seems like A Perfect Murder. It isn’t. In fact, little is what it seems in this sleek thriller.

    Michael Douglas, Gwyneth Paltrow and Viggo Mortensen star in A Perfect Murder, inspired by the play Dial M for Murder, filmed by Alfred Hitchcock in 1954. Fans of that classic will be in for a lot of suprises. So will Steven. At each unexpected twist in his “perfect” plot he improvises brilliantly. But  can he always stay one step ahead of the next jolt?

  • Hotshot attorney Kevin Lomax’s 64-0 case record has brought him a tempting offer from an elite New York firm. But the job Lomax accepts isn’t what it seems. The Devil is in the details. In this gleeful, modern gothic fable, Keanu Reeves plays eager Lomax and Al Pacino is the charismatic firm founder who knows there are cases to be won...and souls to be lost. 

    From Lomax’s court triumphs and skyrocket rise to its double-twist ending, The Devil’s Advocate is red‑hot entertainment. Lomax’s life, wife (Charlize Theron) and soul are on the line. He’s landed a job that’s Heaven on Earth... which can lead him straight to Hell.

  • Director Curtis Hanson and a terrific cast serve up a thrilling tale of police corruption and Hollywood glamour in this film of James Ellroy’s novel. 

    Three cops (Kevin Spacey, Russell Crowe, Guy Pearce), a call girl (Kim Basinger), a mysterious millionaire (David Strathairn), a tabloid journalist (Danny DeVito) and the Chief of Detectives (James Cromwell) fuel a plot rife with mystery, ambition, romance and humour. The film captured 1998 Academy Awards® for Best Supporting Actress (Basinger) and Best Adapted Screenplay (Brian Helgeland and Curtis Hanson).