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FilmFour (last updated Fri 10 Apr 2009, 05:25 BST)

Jungle Book (U) 1942 A boy is raised in the jungle by wolves, but as a teenager he returns to the village where he was born. Having picked up human behaviour, he takes a local girl on a journey into his old jungle home where he is reunited with his animal friends and helps foil a greedy merchant's evil scheme. Adventure, based on Rudyard Kipling's novel, starring Sabu and Joseph Calleia (888)

Cheaper By the Dozen 2 (PG) 2005 Tom and Kate Baker and their 12 children are enjoying a final holiday together at their lakeside summer cabin before the last of the kids fly the nest. All is sunshine and roses until Tom realises his arch-rival Jimmy and his family are also holidaying nearby and, even though the youngsters are having fun, the dads succumb to increasing displays of one-upmanship. Comedy sequel, with Steve Martin, Eugene Levy, Bonnie Hunt, Hilary Duff and Carmen Electra (888)

Great Expectations (PG) 1946 A penniless orphan falls madly in love with the cold-hearted adopted daughter of an eccentric old woman. A mysterious benefactor gives him the chance to rise through London's high society, but in the process, he forgets his humble roots and is unprepared for the strange truth about the girl he loves and the stranger funding his new life. Drama, based on Charles Dickens' novel, starring John Mills, Jean Simmons and Alec Guinness (888)

Stormbreaker (PG) 2006 When teenager Alex Rider's uncle is killed, it emerges that he was actually a secret agent and his reluctant nephew has been given the task of completing his last mission uncovering a criminal mastermind's plan to cause mayhem with a new kind of super-computer. Adventure, based on Anthony Horowitz's novel, starring Alex Pettyfer, Bill Nighy, Mickey Rourke, Alicia Silverstone, Stephen Fry and Andy Serkis

The Shawshank Redemption (15) 1994 A banker is wrongly jailed for murder, and over the course of his life sentence he forms an extraordinary friendship with a fellow inmate and earns a position of trust as bookkeeper to the corrupt prison governor, giving him the time and opportunity to conceive a unique escape plan. Frank Darabont's drama, with Tim Robbins, Morgan Freeman, Bob Gunton, William Sadler, Clancy Brown and Gil Bellows (888)

Ghost World (15) 2001 Two cynical teenagers dismissive of the artificial world around them while away the summer months trying to work out what to do with the rest of their lives. When one of them meets an obsessive record collector, an unusual relationship develops, which causes the two old friends to drift apart. Comedy, based on the acclaimed graphic novel, starring Thora Birch, Steve Buscemi and Scarlett Johansson (888)

Live Flesh (18) 1997 Delivery man David is infatuated with heroin addict Elena, who has no interest in him. When they are interrupted in the middle of an argument by the police, David accidentally shoots one of the cops, ending up in prison. On his release, he resolves to track Elena down, only to find she is now married to the man he shot. Pedro Almodovar's comedy, starring Javier Bardem and Francesca Neri

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