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  • Pride & Prejudice

    Pride & Prejudice

    The last in a decade-long cycle of Jane Austen adaptations, Joe Wright’s feature debut brought a new verve and style to the British costume drama.

  • The Hours

    The Hours

    Nicole Kidman won an Oscar as novelist Virginia Woolf in this complex drama exploring Woolf’s novel Mrs Dalloway through the experiences of women from different eras and places.

  • United 93

    United 93

    Cinema’s first full-length response to the terrorist attacks of 9/11 was this documentary-style thriller by Britain’s Paul Greengrass.

  • Hot Fuzz

    Hot Fuzz

    Edgar Wright’s action comedy sees a London cop transferred to a seemingly sleepy village.

  • The Bourne Ultimatum

    The Bourne Ultimatum

    In the hands of British director Paul Greengrass, the third and most thrilling Bourne film proves that studio action movies need not be brainless.

  • Children of Men

    Children of Men

    Set in a 2020s Britain without children, Alfonso Cuaron’s brilliantly shot thriller depicts an all-too-believable dystopia, where everyman Clive Owen must – literally – save the future of humanity.

  • V for Vendetta

    V for Vendetta

    Written and produced by the Wachowski brothers, this comic-book adaptation drew flak for its sympathetic depiction of terrorism – and from the original’s writer, Alan Moore.

  • The Dark Knight

    The Dark Knight

    Christopher Nolan’s stylish second stab at Batman had a secret weapon: the late Heath Ledger’s show-stopping performance as The Joker.

  • Batman Begins

    Batman Begins

    A superhero franchise in disrepute was revived in glorious techno-Gothic style by one of the most innovative minds in modern popular cinema.

  • Inception

    Inception

    Big-budget action movies entered new territory – namely the subconscious – with Christopher Nolan’s cerebral blockbuster about secret agents with access to our dreams.

  • The Greasy Strangler

    The Greasy Strangler

    When Big Ronnie and his son Big Brayden meet lonely tourist Janet on Big Ronnie’s Disco Walking Tour, a fight for Janet’s heart erupts between father and son, and the infamous Greasy Strangler is unleashed.

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