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All three films from the 'Jurassic Park' trilogy. In 'Jurassic Park' (1993) eccentric scientist John Hammond (Richard Attenborough) plans to open a theme park consisting of live dinosaurs, genetically engineered from DNA found in a preserved prehistoric mosquito. Archaeologists Alan Grant (Sam Neill) and Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern) are invited to view the park, along with chaos theory expert Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum), only to find themselves being hunted when the dinosaurs break free. In 'The Lost World - Jurassic Park' (1997) the action takes us four years on from the events documented in the previous film, when dinosaurs have bred on the neighbouring site of Isla Sorna. Park founder John Hammond (Attenborough) gets back in touch with Ian Malcolm (Goldblum) and asks him to join his girlfriend Sarah (Julianne Moore), who is already on the island, hoping that together they might be able to explain recent events there. But they are all unaware that a rival expedition is on its way to the island with plans to capture the dinosaurs and take them back to the mainland. 'Jurassic Park 3' (2001) has Dr Alan Grant (Neill) approached by the Kirbys (William H. Macy and Tea Leoni), a wealthy couple who want a guide to escort them on a flight over Isla Sorna. Grant agrees to take the flight; but almost as soon as they are over the island, the Kirbys move the goalposts and attempt a landing. It seems their son got lost on a previous visit and the Kirbys have mounted this expedition in order to get him back; nevertheless, it's not long before a first dinosaur attack disables the plane and the rescue party finds itself stranded and at the mercy of the island's prehistoric inhabitants.
Director Steven Spielberg's dinosaur blockbuster starring Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum. Eccentric scientist John Hammond (Richard Attenborough) plans to open a theme park populated by live dinosaurs which have been genetically engineered from DNA found in a preserved prehistoric mosquito. Archaeologists Alan Grant (Neill) and Ellie Sattler (Dern) are invited to view the park, along with chaos theory expert Ian Malcolm (Goldblum), only to find themselves being hunted when the dinosaurs break free. The film was a phenomenal box office success and a landmark in the development of computer-generated special effects.
Parts 1 and 2 of the multi BAFTA-winning political thriller. Bob Peck stars as an intense detective investigating the death of his daughter (Joanne Whalley-Kilmer). He discovers that a nuclear power plant is somehow involved, and uncovers evidence of a high-level government cover-up.
This film uses a mix of 3D model and 2D animation to tell the story of Christ through the eyes of a child.
In ancient Israel, young Tamar meets Jesus, a carpenter, whose ability to perform miracles and teachings on God draw a band of loyal followers around him.
As Jesus' popularity grows, he comes to challenge the authority of the established Judaic religious leaders, who begin to plot his downfall.
In 1917, Frances Griffiths arrives in Yorkshire to stay with her uncle Arthur Wright (Paul McGann), his wife, Polly, and daughter Elsie. Elsie and Frances assert that they have seen fairies while playing in the garden, and produce photographs of them which are authenticated by an expert. The pictures attract the attention of author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Peter O'Toole), who believes them to be genuine, and escapologist Harry Houdini (Harvey Keitel), who is sceptical. Before long, journalist John Ferret (Tim McInnerny) is investigating the girls' photographs, determined to prove that they are fakes.
Five television adaptations of the crime novels by Minette Walters. In 'The Ice House' (1997), three lesbian women living on a secluded country estate are embroiled in a murder investigation after a partially decomposed body is found on their grounds. The discovery unites the local community against the women, and raises new questions about a mysterious disappearance which occured ten years previously. 'The Scolds Bridle' (1998) sees an investigation into an apparent suicide suddenly turn into a murder enquiry, as Detective Cooper (Bob Peck) discovers the victim had severe arthritis and would have been physically incapable of killing herself. Looking into her background, Cooper finds that the victim had plenty of potential enemies. In 'The Echo' (1998), Clive Owen plays Michael Deacon, a brooding reporter who discovers a murdered homeless man in the house of a beautiful woman, and sets off to investigate. 'The Dark Room' (1999) sees Dervla Kirwan playing Jinx Kingsley, a young woman who has suddenly regained her memory after a bout of amnesia and finds herself suspected of two murders and her own attempted suicide. Finally, in 'The Sculptress' (1996), Olive Martin (Pauline Quirke), an isolated and reserved young woman, is accused and found guilty of her mother's brutal murder. While in prison she decides to write a book about her life; when she comes into contact with established author Roz Leigh (Caroline Goodall), the older woman quickly suspects that Olive is innocent of the crime. Roz decides to launch her own investigation into the case, although matters are not quite as straightforward as she thought.
A collection of 23 dramas based on the novels of Catherine Cookson: 'The Mallen Secret', 'The Mallen Curse', 'The Mallen Girls', 'The Mallen Streak', 'The Fifteen Streets', 'The Wingless Bird', 'The Round Tower', 'The Black Velvet Gown', 'The Black Candle', 'The Rag Nymph', 'The Moth', 'The Girl', 'The Tide of Life', 'The Glass Virgin', 'The Gambling Man', 'The Man Who Cried', 'The Cinder Path', 'The Dwelling Place', 'The Colour Blind', 'The Tilly Trotter', 'The Storyteller', 'The Secret' and 'Dinner of Herbs'.
All three films from the 'Jurassic Park' trilogy.
Jurassic Park (1993)
The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)
Jurassic Park 3 (2001)
Who was Billy Blake, other than a homeless alcoholic who wandered the streets? Why was he found dead from starvation in the garage of a wealthy woman, whose merchant-banker husband had absconded five years earlier with GBP10 million? Having thwarted press interest at the time, six months after the bizarre tragedy, Amanda Powell is suddenly eager to talk to journalist Michael Deacon. She seems to have developed a strange obsession with her dead visitor, and Deacon's curiosity is aroused. But Deacon's interest in Billy Blake has more to do with forgotten echoes in his own life than in the moralistic stance taken by Amanda Powell - a woman whose wealth can only be explained if her husband is dead.
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