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A Ticket to Tomahawk (U) 1950 The daughter of a railway pioneer sets out to prove her trains can beat a rival's stagecoaches to the same destination. However, the competition soon gives way to dirty tricks and the locomotive passengers a travelling salesman and a chorus of showgirls get dragged into the conflict. Comedy Western, starring Dan Dailey, Anne Baxter, Arthur Hunnicutt and Walter Brennan (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. Comedy sequel, starring Alex D Linz, Olek Krupa, Rya Kihlstedt and Lenny von Dohlen, with a script by the late John Hughes (888)

David and Bathsheba (U) 1951 King David embarks on a reckless affair with the wife of a loyal soldier, and arranges for her husband to be killed. In time he starts to neglect his duties to his people, finally incurring the wrath of God who sends drought and famine to plague the land, forcing David to atone. Biblical drama, starring Gregory Peck, Susan Hayward, Raymond Massey and Kieron Moore (888)

Those Glory, Glory Days (PG) 1983 A journalist with a passion for football has a chance meeting with her soccer idol Danny Blanchflower (playing himself), triggering memories of 1961, and her teenage obsession with Tottenham Hotspur as well as her close friendship with three other equally football-obsessed girls. Drama, also starring Zoe Nathenson, Julia McKenzie, Sara Sugarman and Cathy Murphy

Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow (PG) 2004 Giant flying robots attack New York, but the heroic Sky Captain is on hand to save the day. Investigating the origin of the machines with the aid of a plucky reporter, he discovers an evil genius behind the disappearance of several scientists. Sci-fi adventure, combining computer-generated sets with real actors, starring Jude Law, Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie, and featuring appearances by a digitally recreated Laurence Olivier (888)

The Client (15) 1994 A Mafia lawyer tells a boy where a politician's body is buried, just before committing suicide, prompting a team of district attorneys to pump the young witness for information. The streetwise kid refuses to take the stand unless his family's safety is guaranteed, and hires his own lawyer to ensure his wishes are met. Courtroom thriller, based on the novel by John Grisham, starring Susan Sarandon, Tommy Lee Jones, Brad Renfro, Mary-Louise Parker and Antony LaPaglia (888)

The Cave (12) 2005 A group of scientists discovers an ancient abbey in a Romanian forest, built over the entrance to a complex system of underwater caverns. With back-up from a team of professional cavers, the explorers plunge into the darkness in a bid to discover what lurks below but soon regret their curiosity as ferocious monsters begin to surface. Horror, starring Morris Chestnut, Lena Headey and Cole Hauser (888)

Rosemary's Baby (18) 1968 A desperate pregnant woman begins to suspect her husband is a member of a Satanic cult with sinister plans for her baby. Roman Polanski's horror, based on the novel by Ira Levin, and starring Mia Farrow, John Cassavetes, Oscar-winner Ruth Gordon, Sidney Blackmer and Ralph Bellamy

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