Patricia Riggen directs this drama based on the memoir of Christy Beam. Jennifer Garner stars as Christy, a woman whose young daughter Anna (Kylie Rogers) has been diagnosed with a rare digestive disease for which there is no cure. After an accident which would normally have proved fatal, Anna survives with barely a scratch. When she is rushed to the hospital the stunned doctors find she has been cured of her incurable disease. The cast also includes Queen Latifah, Martin Henderson and John Carroll Lynch.
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All ten episodes from the first season of the biographical drama based on the life of Queen Elizabeth II. The story begins in 1947 as Elizabeth (Claire Foy) marries Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark (Matt Smith). As the couple settle in to married life, performing royal duties in the place of her father King George (Jared Harris) due to his ill health, Elizabeth's life takes a dramatic turn when she receives the news that her father has passed away. As she tries to grieve for her father, Elizabeth returns home to take her place on the throne as the new Queen of England. The episodes are: 'Wolferton Splash', 'Hyde Park Corner', 'Windsor', 'Act of God', 'Smoke and Mirrors', 'Gelignite', 'Scientia Potentia Est', 'Pride & Joy', 'Assassins' and 'Gloriana'.
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Another collection of episodes from the children's animated series based on the Russian folk tale. The programme follows the unlikely friendship of an adventurous little girl named Masha (voice of Elsie Fisher) and a woodland bear. The pair meet after the bear gives up his job as a performer in the circus and hopes to settle down to a peaceful life in the woods, only to be disturbed by Masha and tags along on her adventures.
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Tom Holland stars as the eponymous superhero in this Marvel Comics sequel to 'Captain America: Civil War' (2016) that sees a young Peter Parker realise the full extent of his powers as Spider-Man. As a 15-year-old kid struggling with the everyday turmoil of being a teenager including school, homework and a crush on a girl who's out of his league, Peter also has to deal with the fact that he is Spider-Man and has the ability to change the world. When he meets with Tony Stark aka Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr), a seasoned superhero who tries to pass on some words of wisdom, Peter is told that his priority should be working hard at school to get good grades, not donning his Spider-Man suit and fighting crime, but for Peter the urge to stop bad guys is just too overwhelming and he tries to find a way to do both. The cast also includes Michael Keaton as Adrian Toomes aka The Vulture, Michael Chernus as Phineas Mason aka Tinkerer and Marisa Tomei as Peter's Aunt May.
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Edgar Wright writes and directs this action comedy starring Kevin Spacey, Jon Hamm and Ansel Elgort. When young, talented getaway driver Baby (Elgort) meets the girl of his dreams, he decides he needs a change of lifestyle and vows to do one last job before making a clean start. He agrees to drive for Doc (Spacey), a career criminal, one last time but the job doesn't go to plan and Baby finds his dreams of getting out moving further and further away. The all-star cast also includes Jamie Foxx, Lily James and Jeff Chase.
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All nine series of the popular US comedy show starring Jerry Seinfeld as an exaggerated version of himself using many of his own life experiences as plotlines. Series 1 episodes are: 'The Seinfeld Chronicles', 'The Stake Out', 'The Robbery', 'Male Unbonding' and 'The Stock Tip'. Series 2 episodes are: 'The Ex-Girlfriend', 'The Pony Remark', 'The Jacket', 'The Phone Message', 'The Apartment', 'The Statue', 'The Revenge', 'The Heart Attack', 'The Deal', 'The Baby Shower', 'The Chinese Restaurant' and 'The Busboy'. Series 3 episodes are: 'The Note', 'The Truth', 'The Pen', 'The Dog', 'The Library', 'The Parking Garage', 'The Café', 'The Tape', 'The Nose Job', 'The Stranded', 'The Alternate Side', 'The Red Dot', 'The Subway', 'The Pez Dispenser', 'The Suicide', 'The Fix-Up', 'The Boyfriend', 'The New Friend', 'The Limo', 'The Good Samaritan', 'The Letter', 'The Parking Space' and 'The Keys'. Series 4 episodes are: 'The Trip (Part 1)', 'The Trip (Part 2)', 'The Pitch', 'The Ticket', 'The Wallet', 'The Watch', 'The Bubble Boy', 'The Cheever Letters', 'The Opera', 'The Virgin', 'The Contest', 'The Airport', 'The Pick', 'The Movie', 'The Visa', 'The Shoes', 'The Outing', 'The Old Man', 'The Implant', 'The Junior Mint', 'The Smelly Car', 'The Handicap Spot' and 'The Pilot'. Series 5 episodes are: 'The Mango', 'The Puffy Shirt', 'The Glasses', 'The Sniffing Accountant', 'The Bris', 'The Lip Reader', 'The Non-Fat Yogurt', 'The Barber', 'The Masseuse', 'The Cigar Store Indian', 'The Conversion', 'The Stall', 'The Dinner Party', 'The Marine Biologist', 'The Pie', 'The Stand-In', 'The Wife', 'The Raincoats', 'The Fire', 'The Hamptons' and 'The Opposite'. Series 6 episodes are: 'The Chaperone', 'The Big Salad', 'The Pledge Drive', 'The Chinese Woman', 'The Couch', 'The Gymnast', 'The Soup', 'The Mom and Pop Store', 'The Secretary', 'The Race', 'The Switch', 'The Label Maker', 'The Scofflaw', 'The Highlights of 100', 'The Beard', 'The Kiss Hello', 'The Doorman', 'The Jimmy', 'The Doodle', 'The Fusilli Jerry', 'The Diplomat's Club', 'The Face Painter' and 'The Understudy'. Series 7 episodes are: 'The Engagement', 'The Postponement', 'The Maestro', 'The Wink', 'The Hot Tub', 'The Soup Nazi', 'The Secret Code', 'The Pool Guy', 'The Sponge', 'The Gum', 'The Rye', 'The Caddy', 'The Seven', 'The Cadillac', 'The Shower Head', 'The Doll', 'The Friars Club', 'The Wig Master', 'The Calzone', 'The Bottle Deposit', 'The Wait Out' and 'The Invitations'. Series 8 episodes are: 'The Foundation', 'The Soul Mate', 'The Bizarro Jerry', 'The Little Kicks', 'The Package', 'The Fatiques', 'The Checks', 'The Chicken Roaster', 'The Abstinence', 'The Andrea Doria', 'The Little Jerry', 'The Money', 'The Comback', 'The Van Buren Boys', 'The Susie', 'The Pothole', 'The English Patient', 'The Nap', 'The Yada Yada', 'The Millennium', 'The Muffin Tops' and 'The Summer of George'. Series 9 episodes are: 'The Butter Shave', 'The Voice', 'The Serenity Now', 'The Blood', 'The Junk Mail', 'The Merv Griffin Show', 'The Slicer', 'The Betrayal', 'The Apology', 'The Strike', 'The Dealership', 'The Reverse Peephole', 'The Cartoon', 'The Strong Box', 'The Wizard', 'The Burning', 'The Bookstore', 'The Frogger', 'The Maid', 'The Puerto Rican Day', 'The Chronicle', 'The Clip Show' and 'The Finale'.
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Nine more episodes from the children's animated series based on the Russian folk tale. The programme follows the unlikely friendship of an adventurous little girl named Masha (voice of Elsie Fisher) and a woodland bear. The pair meet after the bear gives up his job as a performer in the circus and hopes to settle down to a peaceful life in the woods, only to be disturbed by Masha and tagged along on her adventures. The episodes are: 'Hide and Seek', 'The Foundling', 'Gone Fishing', 'Home Improvement', 'Prances With Wolves', 'Bon Appétit', 'Hokus Pokus', 'Hold Your Breath' and 'Stripes and Whiskers'.
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Musical version of the classic Dickens tale. Young orphan Oliver (Mark Lester) suffers under a harsh regime at the workhouse run by Mr Bumble (Harry Secombe). He manages to escape, and, after meeting a friendly pickpocket known as the Artful Dodger (Jack Wild), joins a gang of street thieves operated by the disreputable Fagin (Ron Moody). Although happy with his new friends, Oliver takes a dislike to Fagin's violent and aggressive colleague, Bill Sykes (Oliver Reed). The film won six Academy Awards including Best Picture and Best Director.
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Collection of episodes from the children's animated series. In this instalment, Masha narrates a selection of her favourite fairy tales in her own unique and enchanting way. Sometimes she mixes up the stories but she always makes sure they come to a satisfying ending for her listeners. The tales are: 'Three Little Pigs', 'Tom Thumb', 'The Valiant Little Tailor', 'Ali Baba', 'Caliph Stork', 'Cinderella', 'Father Frost', 'The Fox & the Rabbit', 'Jack & the Beanstalk', 'Red Riding Hood', 'The Frog Princess', 'The Golden Cockerel' and 'The Magic Swan Geese'.
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Henri 'Papillon' Charriere's account of life in the infamous and reputedly inescapable Devil's Island prison, brought to the screen with Steve McQueen as its eponymous hero. Refusing to surrender to the cruelty of the prison regime, Papillon protects the bespectacled Louis Dega (Dustin Hoffman) from an abusive guard, makes a bid for freedom, and ends up spending a long spell in solitary confinement. When he is finally released back into the main prison, he again refuses to surrender and, along with Dega, makes another escape attempt.
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Made-for-TV dramatisation about the woman who, after falling on hard times, becomes a disciple of Jesus. After being cast out of her childless marriage, Mary Magdalene (Maria Grazia Cucinotta), meets a Roman prefect, Sylvano (Thure Riefenstein), who uses her to gain information on suspected subversive John the Baptist (Benjamin Sadler). But after Sylvano discovers her trying to save John's life, she is again cast out and, after a suicide attempt, finally resorts to prostitution. Her life changes, however, when, on taking a friend's dead son to Jesus of Nazareth (Danny Quinn), the boy is miraculously brought back to life, resulting in Mary becoming one of Jesus's disciples.
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When his friend's fiancée is kidnapped, truck driver Jack Burton (Kurt Russell) embarks upon an unlikely adventure beneath the streets of San Francisco's Chinatown. It seems that the fiancée, green-eyed Gracie Law (Kim Cattrall), has been taken by 2,000-year-old wizard Lo Pan (James Hong), who needs to marry a woman with green eyes if he is to regain his physical form. With guns at the ready, Jack storms into the Chinatown underworld ready to rescue Gracie from Lo Pan's clutches, but with the supernatutal and martial arts forces that are ranged against him, it's a task that is going to be anything but easy.
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The first eleven episodes of the Japanese anime. After the death of his mother, piano prodigy Kousei Arima (voice of Natsuki Hanae) had a nervous breakdown and lost his love of playing music. His antipathy is finally broken two years later when he meets 14-year-old violin player Kaori Miyazono (Risa Taneda) who shows him how fun playing music can be again. The episodes are: 'Monotone/Colourful', 'Friend A', 'Inside Spring', 'The Journey', 'Gray Skies', 'On the Way Home', 'The Shadows Whisper', 'Let It Ring', 'Resonance', 'The Scenery I Shared With You' and 'Light of Life'.
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Nine episodes from the children's animated series based on the Russian folk tale. The programme follows the unlikely friendship of an adventurous little girl named Masha (voice of Elsie Fisher) and a woodland bear. The pair meet after the bear gives up his job as a performer in the circus and hopes to settle down to a peaceful life in the woods, only to be disturbed by Masha and tags along on her adventures. The episodes are: 'Kidding Around', 'Victory Cry', 'La Dolce Vita', 'Growing Potion', 'And Action!', 'Time to Ride My Pony', 'Home-Grown Ninjas', 'Sabre-toothed Bear' and 'Bon Voyage'.
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Seven more episodes from the children's animated series based on the Russian folk tale. The programme follows the unlikely friendship of an adventurous little girl named Masha (voice of Elsie Fisher) and a woodland bear. The pair meet after the bear gives up his job as a performer in the circus and hopes to settle down to a peaceful life in the woods, only to be disturbed by Masha and tagged along on her adventures. The episodes are: 'Holiday On Ice', 'One, Two, Three! Light the Christmas Tree!', 'Picture Perfect', 'Tracks of Unknown Animals', 'Watch Out!', 'First Day of School' and 'No Trespassing'.
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Bernard Cribbins narrates four animated tales featuring the lovable Sylvanians. In 'The Lucky Mascot', Birch Timbertop gets a surprise when he goes exploring for arrow heads. 'Fun at the Fair' sees Scarlett Slydale in trouble after accidentally throwing a cream cake at her school teacher. 'Lucky Clover' finds Misty Waters' inability to sing or play a musical instrument hampering her chances of joining Rusty Mildwood's band. Finally, 'Camping Holiday' sees Grandfather Ernest Evergreen coming up with some surprising inventions for the Sylvanian babies.
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BJ McDonnell directs the third instalment in this series of slasher horror movies starring Kane Hodder as a bayou-dwelling serial killer. After Marybeth (Danielle Harris)'s parents were brutally murdered by the hatchet-wielding Victor Crowley (Hodder) she became consumed with the need to avenge their deaths. Continuing on from the end of 'Hatchet II' (2010) which saw her blow the killer's head off with a shotgun, Marybeth has since been arrested for the murders of the numerous other bodies found at the swamp. Being under the impression that they have their killer, the police are reluctant to believe her claims of a curse that enables Crowley to respawn after being killed. Can she finally convince them of Crowley's existence before he strikes again?
The second eleven episodes of the Japanese anime. After the death of his mother, piano prodigy Kousei Arima (voice of Natsuki Hanae) had a nervous breakdown and lost his love of playing music. His antipathy is finally broken two years later when he meets 14-year-old violin player Kaori Miyazono (Risa Taneda) who shows him how fun playing music can be again. The episodes are: 'Twinkle Little Star', 'Love's Sorrow', 'Footprints', 'Liar', 'Two of a Kind', 'Twilight', 'Hearts Come Together', 'Goodbye, Hero', 'Hand in Hand', 'Snow' and 'Spring Breeze'.
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Film adaptation of the classic children's tale in which a young boy finds access to a magical midnight garden. When his brother comes down with the measles, Tom (Anthony Way) is sent to stay with his Aunt Gwen (Greta Scacchi) and his Uncle Alan (James Wilby) in the dilapidated old manor they inhabit. One night, after hearing the house clock strike 13, Tom heads downstairs to investigate. What he finds is incredible: a huge garden filled with wondrous characters. Even more strangely, Tom seems to be invisible to all of the garden's inhabitants except the delightful Hatty (Florence Hoath). As Hatty and Tom become friends, he is drawn ever deeper into the mystery of the garden and the strange old house which contains it.
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Orson Welles writes, directs and stars in this classic film noir. Set in a hellish Mexican border town, Charlton Heston stars as Mike Vargas, a self-righteous narcotics officer who goes up against the monumental Captain Hank Quinlan (Welles), an old-time detective who fabricates evidence in order to close a case based on his gut instinct. After an American businessman is killed by a car bomb, Vargas abandons his honeymoon to investigate. When he discovers the corrupt Quinlan planting evidence, Vargas decides to delve further into the captain's previous cases but he soon finds out first-hand the extreme lengths Quinlan will go to to preserve his reputation.
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