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James Cameron's epic action, sci-fi masterpiece starring Schwarzenegger in his most iconic role, has been stunningly restored by Cameron himself and is loaded with special features. First hitting our screens in 1991 with ground-breaking special effects, this version will take the seminal blockbuster to the next level of effects and into the 21st century for a new generation of fans.
It has been 10 years since the events of Terminator. Sarah Connor's ordeal is only just beginning as she struggles to protect her son John, the future leader of the human resistance against the machines, from a new Terminator, sent back in time to eliminate John Connor while he's still a child. Sarah and John don't have to face this terrifying threat alone however. The human resistance have managed to send them an ally, a warrior from the future ordered to protect John Connor at any cost.
The battle for tomorrow has begun.
Three horror films based on stories by acclaimed author, Stephen King.
Cat's Eye (1985)
Silver Bullet (1985)
Maximum Overdrive (1986)
e'Lollipop is the extraordinary story of two inseparable South African children, Tsepo and his orphaned friend Jannie.
They meet when Jannie’s parents die tragically in a car accident in the Lesotho mountains. Jannie is sent to a missionary station in Tsepo’s village where they become best friends as Jannie finds his place in his new home. Together with their dog Sugarball, life is full of childhood fun and antics until tragedy strikes again: Jannie, now 10 years old, is seriously injured when one of their games goes horribly wrong. In the face of much adversity, Tsepo and his community pull together so that Jannie can get specialised medical treatment. A daunting challenge lies ahead... At what cost will Jannie survive?
Tsepo and Jannie’s inspirational story unfolds against the breathtaking backdrops of a dramatic African landscape and New York City in the mid-1970s. e'Lollipop is a life-changing story that reminds us of the true value of friendship, community, sacrifice and family - despite our color or creed.
e'Lollipop is a South African classic of international stature that transcended the boundaries of it’s day imposed by Apartheid.
A collection of 17 films starring the Hollywood screen legend.
The films featured are:
Roger Moore stars as the eponymous sleuth in this made-for-TV crime drama.
With his faithful companion Dr. John Watson in tow, Sherlock Holmes travels to New York City where his nemesis Professor Moriarty has pulled off an audacious bank robbery. While the duo reacquaint themselves with their old friend Irene Adler, Moriarty kidnaps her son and uses him to blackmail Holmes into not taking on the case.
Undeterred, the detective resolves to get the boy back and solve the puzzling mystery himself.
John Carpenter's highly influential modern horror/suspense film, which set the trend for two decades of re-makes and sequels.
Six-year-old Michael Myers is confined to an insane asylum after stabbing his sexually active teenage sister to death on Halloween night 1963. Exactly fifteen years later Michael escapes, returning to his home town of Haddonfield with psychiatrist Doctor Loomis in hot pursuit.
Bookish babysitter Laurie Strode, all alone in the house on Halloween night, soon discovers that she is Michael's next target.
The 25th Anniversary Blu-ray release of Goodfellas, Martin Scorsese's unforgettable film which looks at the power and brutality of mob life, features a new documentary with interviews from Robert De Niro, Leonardo DiCaprio, Harvey Keitel, Ray Liotta and more, and a 36-page photo book exploring the film’s far-reaching influence. The book also includes a letter written by Martin Scorsese. Cited by film critic Roger Ebert as “the best mob movie ever”, the 2-disc Blu-ray has been remastered from a 4k scan of the original camera negative, supervised by Scorsese himself.
Goodfellas explores the criminal life like no other movie. Following the rise and fall of a trio of gangsters over 30 years, it’s an electrifying, fact-inspired tale of living – and dying.
Based on the true life best seller “Wiseguy” by Nicholas Pileggi, the film earned six Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture and Best Director and was named 1990’s ‘Best Film’ by the New York, Los Angeles and National Society of Film Critics.
Richard Dreyfuss stars as cable worker Roy Neary, who experiences a close encounter of the first kind – witnessing UFOs soaring across the sky. Meanwhile, government agents have close encounters of the second kind – discovering physical evidence of extraterrestrial visitors in the form of a lost fighter aircraft from World War II and a stranded military ship that disappears decades earlier only to suddenly reappear in an unusual place.
Roy and the agents follow the clues that have drawn them to reach a site where they will have a close encounter of the third kind – contact.
Includes All 3 Versions of the Film:
When German Shepherd Charlie B. Barkin (voice of Burt Reynolds) ends up in heaven without any good deeds to his credit, he tricks his way back to Earth to help a young orphan girl named Anne-Marie (Judith Barsi) to even the score with Carface (Vic Tayback), the gangster pitbull who double-crossed and killed him.
The film also features the voices of Loni Anderson, Dom DeLuise and Melba Moore.
In this film based on the Academy Award-winning 1937and 1954 films, the career of hopeful, young singer Esther Hoffman(Streisand) is launched by fading rock star John Norman Howard (KrisKristofferson), who also wins the young singer's heart.
Hoffman becomes a leading lady on stage and in Howard's life, but as Howard's career flounders, he sinks into an abyss of alcohol and cocaine...
Four city businessmen take a weekend canoeing trip through the remote Appalachian wilderness, before the area is flooded for a new dam.
Their inexperience and pride make them easy targets for hostile, inbred hillbillies, and the men all react differently to their situation as it becomes more perilous.
Directed by John Boorman, this three-time Oscar-nominated film serves as an allegory for America's experiences in Vietman.
From the classic Roald Dahl story comes a lip-smacking delight with jolly tunes, among them The Candy Man and Pure Imagination.
With a golden ticket young Charlie Bucket wins a tour of the factory of wily mogul Wonka and run by his Oompa-Loompa crew. There Charlie, his Grandpa Joe and others discover a kind heart is a finer possession than a sweet tooth.
Don't let the tour leave without you!
Mel Brooks' Oscar-nominated horror spoof, the follow-up to 'Blazing Saddles' and the highest grossing black-and-white film of all time.
Gene Wilder plays Frederick Frankenstein, a teacher who inherits his grandfather's Transylvanian estate; Marty Feldman plays Igor, his hunchback assistant; and Peter Boyle, the tap-dancing monster he brings to life in his laboratory.
The full, unexpurgated version of Tinto Brass's infamous soft-porn Roman epic. Malcolm McDowell stars as the deranged Emperor whose depraved acts include giving his horse political office, sleeping with his own sister and executing anyone who remotely displeases him. Gore Vidal provides the (uncredited) screenplay. The film, which is punctuated by a sequence of elaborate orgy scenes, remained in limbo for two years as Brass wrangled over the right to a final cut, and various versions have been in circulation over the years since its initial release.
Collection of three festive musicals.
In 'White Christmas' (1954), two army buddies (Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye) team up after the war and become a successful song-and-dance act. While on a skiing holiday the pair stage a benefit to save an inn run by their old commander, who is beset by financial difficulties resulting from a lack of snow.
In 'The Little Prince' (1974), when a pilot (Richard Kiley) is forced to land in the Sahara desert, he discovers a little prince from a distant planet. The boy tells him about his interplanetary journey, and all the important people he met along the way. But it's only on Earth that the Little Prince learns the true miracles of life from his new friend the pilot and the curious characters they encounter together.
Finally, in 'Scrooge' (1970), miserly Ebenezer Scrooge (Albert Finney) is so mean-spirited that he resents giving his clerk Bob Cratchit (David Collings) the day off for Christmas. At night, Scrooge is visited by the ghost of his late partner Jacob Marley (Alec Guinness), who warns him that three spirits will visit him in an attempt to save his soul.
Smokey and the Bandit (1977)
Smokey and the Bandit II (1980)
Smokey and the Bandit III (1983)
A remake of the 1937 classic, this time as a musical about a Hollywood couple going through bad times.
Would-be singer Esther Blodgett (Judy Garland) finds herself taken under the wing of fading star Norman Maine (James Mason) when she saves him from making a drunken fool of himself on stage. Changing her name to Vicki Lester, Esther becomes a star, and is soon married to Norman.
However, as Vicki's star rises, so Norman's falls. Harold Arlen/Ira Gershwin songs include 'The Man That Got Away'.
Teenager Baby (Jennifer Grey), goes with her family on vacation to Kellerman's holiday resort in the Catskill's Mountains. Things are pretty tame until she meets Johnny (Patrick Swayze), a dance teacher at the resort who mesmerises Baby with his dance moves, his passion and his misunderstood 'bad boy' image.
During that summer of 1963, Johnny teaches Baby how to dance. And more importantly, how to love.
The wartime antics of the Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard were an essential part of British entertainment in the years spanning 1968 to 1977.
Captain Mainwaring, Sergeant Wilson, Corporal Jones and Privates Pike, Godfrey, Walker and Frazer would create enough hilarity in their own incompetence and heroic, if misplaced endeavours, but add a vicar, a verger, an overbearing ARP warden - and Pike's mum and the whole thing gelled into a comedy masterpiece.
Dad's Army had the lot: class tension; comic characters; farcical situations and hilarious scripts by Jimmy Perry and David Croft and is cherished as one of the nation's favourite situation comedies.
Contains Complete Series: One, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, The Christmas Specials and all 3 surviving episodes of Series Two.
Failed Broadway producer Max and timid accountant Leo come up with a foolproof plan to make a fortune, by staging a musical which is guaranteed to flop and close after one night. A mad Nazi seems to have the perfect raw material - a tribute to the Führer entitled 'Springtime for Hitler'.
However, the show is taken for a comedy classic, and becomes an overnight success. The two schemers, faced with financial ruin, determine to blow up the theatre in which the show is taking place.
Experience the extraordinary animation, dazzling special effects and award-winning music of Walt Disney's Mary Poppins in this restored 45th Anniversary Edition!
Join the practically perfect Mary Poppins for a Jolly Holiday as she magically turns every chore into a game and every day into a whimsical adventure. Along the way, you ll be enchanted by unforgettable characters such as the multitalented chimney sweep Burt.
Unpack Mary's magical carpetbag full of bonus features, including all-new bonus from the Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Broadway production of Mary Poppins. You won't need a Spoonful Of Sugar to love every moment of this timeless Disney classic!
Footloose jumps with spirit, dazzling dance numbers and an electrifying musical score.
It portrays the timeless struggle between innocent pleasure and rigid morality, when city-boy Ren McCormick finds himself in an uptight Midwestern town where dancing has been banned.
Ren revolts with best friend Willard and the minister's daughter.
Peter Bogdanovich's early career as a film writer stood him in good stead for this comedy drama about the early days of the motion-picture industry.
Leo Harrigan (Ryan O'Neal) is a lawyer and Buck Greenway (Burt Reynolds) is a cowboy and gunman. Both are sent to California to shut down a renegade group of silent-movie makers -- financed by blustery H.H. Cobb (Brian Keith) -- who are in violation of the Motion Picture Patents Co. Trust.
Harrigan and Greenway somehow find themselves working with the movie crew instead of shutting them down; as they join forces with cameraman Franklin Frank (John Ritter), leading lady Kathleen Cooke (Jane Hitchcock), and precocious prop girl Alice Forsyte (Tatum O'Neal). Greenway becomes a star and Harrigan a respected director, but both battle over the affections of Cooke.
Four films from the legendary Ealing Studios. 'The Ladykillers' (1955) is the last of the Ealing comedies. Eccentric landlady Mrs Wilberforce (Katie Johnson) believes her new lodger, Professor Marcus (Alec Guinness), and his associates the Major (Cecil Parker), Louis (Herbert Lom), Harry (Peter Sellers) and One-Round (Danny Green) to be amateur musicians. However, they are in fact the perpetrators of a bank heist, looking to whisk their ill-gotten gains out of London. All goes well until Mrs Wilberforce is persuaded by Marcus to claim his 'trunk' from the station; it is only then that the criminal genius' carefully laid plans begin to go awry... In 'The Man in the White Suit' (1951), eccentric Sidney Stratton (Alec Guiness) is a laboratory cleaner in a textile factory who invents a material that will neither wear out nor become dirty. Initially hailed as a great discovery, Sidney's astonishing invention is suffocated by the management when they realise that if it never wears out, people will only ever have to purchase one suit of clothing. 'The Magnet' (1950) is a gentle comedy about childhood, guilt and half-truths starring a young James Fox (then known by his real name, William Fox) as Johnny Brent, a mischievous boy who tricks a younger boy (Keith Robinson) into giving him his magnet in return for an 'invisible' clock. Having successfully obtained the magnet, Johnny immediately starts to feel guilty about his swindling behaviour. His guilt sparks a chain of misplaced assumptions that lead to a search being mounted for the boy, who has run away after becoming convinced that he is wanted for murder. John Mills stars in the docu-drama 'Scott of the Antractic' (1948), which captures the ill-fated final expedition to the South Pole in 1912 of British explorer Robert Scott. This classic drama highlights the problems which beset the journey, and is accompanied by the music of Vaughn Williams.
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
The Sons of Katie Elder
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