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The True Story of Jesse James (PG) 1957 Biopic of the notorious outlaw, following the events during the Civil War that drove him to a life of crime, as his family are branded traitors for supporting the South. Seeking to strike back at the union with a string of bank and train robberies, he soon becomes addicted to the thrill of his criminal career. Western, starring Robert Wagner and Jeffrey Hunter (888)

Guess Who (12) 2005 African-American parents are thrilled to learn their daughter has finally found her Mr Right, and look forward to meeting him. However, the woman's dad is less than impressed when he comes face to face with his white prospective son-in-law leading to all manner of hilarity as he tries to split the happy couple up. Comedy, starring Bernie Mac, Ashton Kutcher, Zoe Saldana and Judith Scott

Prince Valiant (U) 1954 A noble Viking knight is invited to King Arthur's court, only to discover sinister onlookers are plotting his and the ruler's demise. Adventure, based on the newspaper comic-strip by Hal Foster, starring Robert Wagner, Janet Leigh, James Mason and Debra Paget (888)

When Eight Bells Toll (PG) 1971 A Navy intelligence agent heads to Scotland where he poses as a marine biologist to investigate the theft of millions of pounds worth of gold bullion from ships off the British coast. However, the locals meet his enquiries with hostility, especially when he sets his sights on a Greek tycoon who he suspects may be operating as a modern-day pirate. Thriller, starring Anthony Hopkins, Robert Morley and Jack Hawkins. Based on a novel by Alistair MacLean (888)

The Pink Panther Strikes Again (PG) 1976 Accident-prone Inspector Clouseau fends off a murder syndicate led by demented former police chief Dreyfus, who has come up with a scheme to get rid of the clumsy cop once and for all. However, it soon becomes clear that even the world's top assassins will have a hard time doing away with the lucky lawman. Comedy sequel, starring Peter Sellers, Herbert Lom, Lesley-Anne Down, Burt Kwouk and Leonard Rossiter

There's Something About Mary (15) 1998 A lovelorn man has never got over his high-school sweetheart Mary since their one disastrous date, so hires a sleazy private eye to track her down. However, the detective also falls for the woman in question, and it soon emerges there are a few more men out there competing for her affections. Comedy from the Farrelly brothers, starring Cameron Diaz, Ben Stiller, Matt Dillon and Lee Evans (888)

The Blair Witch Project (15) 1998 Three film students head into the American backwoods to make a documentary about the fabled Blair Witch. There proves to be more to the urban legend than meets the eye, and as night falls they find themselves in very real danger. Horror, presented as the camcorder footage the characters shot during their investigation, starring Heather Donahue, Michael Williams and Joshua Leonard (888)

Vanilla Sky (15) 2001 The laid-back lifestyle of an arrogant New York playboy is shattered when his unstable girlfriend drives off a bridge with him in the car. Although he survives, he struggles to put his life back together in the face of a series of strange events. Cameron Crowe's remake of Spanish thriller Open Your Eyes, starring Tom Cruise, Cameron Diaz, Kurt Russell, Jason Lee and Penelope Cruz, who also appeared in the original (888)

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