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Clueless (12) 1995 A rich high school student uses all her charm and financial clout to boost a new pupil's popularity, but soon finds she has created a monster while her own love life suffers in the process. Teen comedy, loosely based on Jane Austen's Emma, starring Alicia Silverstone, Stacey Dash, Brittany Murphy and Paul Rudd

The Cat Returns (U) 2002 A young girl saves a cat's life, and is rewarded for her good deed by being whisked away to a magical land of powerful felines. Unfortunately, the King of the Cats soon sets his sights on her, and she must look to new friends to help her escape a horrible fate. Animated adventure, with the voices of Anne Hathaway, Cary Elwes, Peter Boyle and Tim Curry (888)

Home Alone 3 (PG) 1997 Cheeky eight-year-old Alex Pruitt is delighted to be given a remote-controlled toy car by his neighbour unaware it contains a stolen microchip. A gang of crooks head to Alex's town with the intention of recovering their valuable item, but the resourceful youngster has prepared for their arrival with a series of nasty booby-traps. Alex D Linz, Olek Krupa, Rya Kihlstedt and Lenny von Dohlen star in this comedy sequel (888)

Oliver Twist (PG) 2005 Roman Polanski's adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic novel. Orphan Oliver flees his harsh upbringing in the workhouse and seeks his fortune in London. Instead, he falls in with Fagin and his gang of young thieves. His first efforts as a pickpocket lead to him being taken in by the wealthy Mr Brownlow an opportunity brutal crook Bill Sykes sets out to exploit. Starring Barney Clark, Ben Kingsley and Jamie Foreman (888)

Mission: Impossible III (12) 2006 Former special agent Ethan Hunt is called out of retirement when an ex-trainee is taken hostage by a ruthless arms dealer, but when the rescue operation goes wrong, the dastardly villain targets Hunt's fiancee. Action thriller, directed by JJ Abrams, the creator of TV series Lost, and starring Tom Cruise, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Michelle Monaghan, Ving Rhames and Simon Pegg (888)

The Cider House Rules (12) 1999 An orphan grows up to become the assistant of the doctor running the home he was raised in. Tiring of his simple life, he sets out to explore the big wide world. His adventure leaves him living an apparently idyllic life with a beautiful woman but events force him to face a host of difficult personal and moral choices. Drama, starring Michael Caine in an Oscar-winning role, with Tobey Maguire, Charlize Theron and Paul Rudd

Little Red Flowers (12) 2006 Rebellious four-year-old Qiang is sent to a residential school by his busy parents, where he struggles to fit in to the strictly regimented environment, constantly standing up to his teachers while secretly craving their approval. His defiance of authority quickly spreads to his fellow pupils, but when an attempted uprising ends badly, he finds himself increasingly ostracised. Comedy drama, starring Bowen Dong and Yuanyuan Ning

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