Groundbreaking Moviesby GENTLESHYGAL

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  • 1 Final Destination

    Final Destination

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    A teenager's premonition saves his friends from dying in a plane crash, but their narrow escape is only the prelude to a chain of tragedies. Horror, with Devon Sawa and Ali Larter
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  • 2 Toy Story

    Toy Story

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    A jealous toy cowboy vies with a charismatic hi-tech astronaut figure for his owner's attention. Pixar animated adventure, with the voices of Tom Hanks, Tim Allen and Don Rickles
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  • 3 Avatar


    Watch 'Avatar' on DVD.
    Futuristic adventure that follows the heroic Jake (Sam Worthington), as he travels to the extraterrestrial moon Pandora, where he is selected to take part in the Avatar program. Director James Cameron returns with his highly anticipated first feature film since 1997's Titanic.
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  • 4 Pulp Fiction

    Pulp Fiction

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    Quentin Tarantino's unmissable Oscar-winning thriller offering an insight into the sleazier side of life in modern-day America. John Travolta, Samuel L Jackson and Bruce Willis star
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  • 5 The Wizard of Oz

    The Wizard of Oz

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    A tornado whisks a young girl off to a magical land where she embarks on a journey in search of the wizard who knows the way home. Musical fantasy, with Judy Garland and Ray Bolger
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  • 6 Gladiator


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    A Roman general becomes a gladiator to avenge his wife and child, who were put to death on the orders of the emperor. Oscar-winning epic, starring Russell Crowe and Joaquin Phoenix
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  • 7 ET: The Extra-Terrestrial

    ET: The Extra-Terrestrial

    Watch 'ET: The Extra-Terrestrial' on TV.
    Steven Spielberg's delightful fantasy loses none of its charm on the small screen. For the uninitiated, it tells the tale of a lonely boy (Henry Thomas) befriended by a stranded alien. He's drawn into all manner of adventures as he and his friends attempt to return the creature to its home. This was the most lucrative film of all time (until Jurassic Park came along) and despite all the usual Spielberg trademarks - kids in suburbia, flashing lights, special effects - it's a real film from the heart. John Williams' outstanding soundtrack never fails to move, especially in the bike ride across the moon sequence. Look out for Drew Barrymore as the wide-eyed Gertie
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  • 8 Jaws


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    A seaside town's police chief has to deal with a giant killer shark preying on tourists. Steven Spielberg's thriller, starring Roy Scheider, Richard Dreyfuss and Robert Shaw
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  • 9 Saw


    Detectives hunt a killer who kidnaps his victims and forces them to play sadistic games with life-or-death consequences. Meanwhile, two strangers wake to find themselves chained to pipes in a filthy, derelict bathroom - and at the mercy of the madman. Horror, written by and starring Leigh Whannell, alongside Cary Elwes, Danny Glover and Dina Meyer
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  • 10 Monty Python's Life of Brian

    Monty Python's Life of Brian

    An ordinary man in Roman-occupied Judea is mistaken for the Messiah and gets involved with a revolutionary movement. Monty Python comedy, starring Graham Chapman and John Cleese
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