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  • A musical twist on an enduring classic! Katie (Lucy Hale of Pretty Little Liars) dreams of being a recording artist but is continually thwarted by her cruel stepmother (Missi Pyle) and stepsister (Megan Park of The Secret Life of the American Teenager). When her stepsister takes credit for Katie’s amazing voice and Luke (Freddie Stroma) falls for the wrong girl, Katie must learn to stand up for her dreams before he falls into the arms of her wicked stepsister.

  • 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.

  • The Christmas spirit isn’t served up with more heartfelt warmth of observant hilarity than in this beloved adaptation of Jean Shepherd’s holiday story. 

    In 1940’s Indiana, nine-year-old Ralphie (Peter Billingsley) dreams of his ideal Christmas gift: a genuine Red Ryder 200-shot Carbine Action Air Rifle. But when gruff dad (Darren McGavin) and doting mum (Melinda Dillon) regularly respond with “You’ll shoot your eye out!” Ralphie mounts a full-scale, hint-dropping Santa-begging campaign. He also endures all kinds of childhood calamities from snowsuit paralysis to the yellow-eyed Scotty Farkus affair to the dreaded tongue-on-a-frozen-flagpole gambit. We triple-dog-dare you to unwrap a more welcome Yuletide classic!

  • Al Pacino stars in this riveting thriller about a forensic psychologise who receives a phone call threatening that he has only 88 minutes to live. As the minutes tick away, tension mounts, suspicions rise and bloody flows. With a serial killer he helped convict awaiting execution and a copycat killer on the loose as suspects, Jack Gramm has 88 minutes to solve the biggest murder of his career... his own!

  • Meet a dewy-eyed ingénue, a gee-whiz tenor, stuck-up stars, hard-up producers, brassy blondes and ‘shady ladies from the 80s’ They’re all denizens of 42nd Street, belting out ageless Harry Warren/Al Dubin songs and tapping out Busby Berkeley’s sensational Depression-lifting production numbers. The put-on-a-show plot spins merrily full of snappy banter and new faces Ruby Keeler, Dick Powell and Ginger Rogers. The show-stopping numbers (Shuffle off to Buffalo, You’re Getting to Be a Habit with Me and the title tune) still dazzle. 42nd Street shows good times never go out of style.

  • Hero is a word we hear often in sports, but heroism is not always about achievements on the field of play. "42" tells the story of two men-the great Jackie Robinson and legendary Brooklyn Dodgers GM Branch Rickey-whose brave stand against prejudice forever changed the world by changing the game of baseball. 

    In 1946, Branch Rickey (Harrison Ford) put himself at the forefront of history when he signed Jackie Robinson (Chadwick Boseman) to the team, breaking Major League Baseball's infamous color line. But the deal also put both Robinson and Rickey in the firing line of the public, the press and even other players. Facing unabashed racism from every side, Robinson was forced to demonstrate tremendous courage and restraint by not reacting in kind, knowing that any incident could destroy his and Rickey's hopes. Instead, Number 42 let his talent on the field do the talking-ultimately winning over fans and his teammates, silencing his critics, and paving the way for others to follow.

  • Welcome to Las Vegas, Nevada, where Elvis has just left the building with £3.2m cash. Thomas Murphy (Kevin Costner) is no everyday Elvis impersonator. Heavily armed he leads an eclectic gang of outlaws (Christian Slater, David Arquette, Bokeen Woodbine and Howie Long) in a bullet-laden robbery for one of the most daring heists in criminal history at the 2001 International Elvis Convention.

  • Based on Frank Miller's graphic novel Xerxes and told in the breathtaking visual style of the blockbuster "300", this new chapter of the epic saga takes the action to a fresh battlefield - on the sea - as Greek general Themistokles (Sullivan Stapleton) attempts to unite all of Greece by leading the charge that will change the course of the war.

    "300: Rise of an Empire" pits Themistokles against the massive invading Persian forces led by mortal-turned-god Xerxes (Rodrigo Santoro), and Artemesia (Eva Green), vengeful commander of the Persian navy.

  • The epic graphic novel by Frank Miller (Sin City) assaults the screen with the blood, thunder and awe of its ferocious visual style faithfully recreated in an intense blend of live-action and CGI animation. Retelling the ancient Battle of Thermopylae, it depicts the titanic clash in which king Leonidas (Gerald Butler) and 300 Spartans fought to the death against Xerxes (Rodrigo Santoro) and his massive Persian army. Experience history at swordpoint and movie making with a cutting edge.