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Certification15 Our Rating

Transfer (1966), Cronenberg's first film, is a surreal sketch of a doctor and his patient. From the Drain (1967) finds two men in a bathtub, which may be part of a centre for veterans of a future war. Stereo (1969), Cronenberg's first official feature film, stunningly shot in monochrome, concerns telepaths at the Institute for Erotic Enquiry where patients undergo tests by Dr. Luther Stringfellow. In Crimes of the Future (1970) Cronenberg worked in colour and with a find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

A young man is found in an abandoned, gothic mansion, with only scissors for hands. He is promptly whisked off to an even stranger world - the one where normal people live. Tim Burton laces a story that is tragic, fantastic and funny with his stunning visual style, complete with pastel bungalows, surreal shrubbery and grotesque outfits. find out more...
GATTACA (1997)

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Fascinating futuristic yarn set in a world that's finally cracked genetic engineering. Only the perfect are rewarded with social acceptance, with the un-improved branded as in-valids. But aspiring astronaut Ethan Hawke is not about to be held back by his "imperfections", so, borrowing the genes of the enhanced but wheelchair-bound Jude Law, he cons his way into a job at the gigantic Gattaca corporation. His ensuing affair with the immaculate Uma Thurman, however, triggers a desperate race to avo find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Taking its cue from Chronicle (2012), Project Almanac is part of the "found footage" sci-fi phenomenon sweeping contemporary teen cinema. A group of friends discover time travel and use it to have a lot of fun; rewriting their entry into the high school popularity charts, partying without wasting time, acing tests and getting even with bullies. But, as science would have it, every action has its equal and opposite reaction. Soon the 'jumps' become a desperate attempt to rewrite the rewrite. G find out more...