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The all-time classic, genre-defining disaster movie. One hundred and thirty-five stories high, the Glass Tower is a triumph of engineering, a monument to human dominance over nature. VIP guests gather on the top floor to join the glittering party to celebrate its opening. But architect Doug Roberts suspects that all is not as it should be: corners have been cut in the construction and the wiring is shoddy. When an overloaded circuit breaker sparks a fire on the 81st floor, it seems nobody will get out alive.
Sober and sombre recreation of events that took place on a flight hijacked on 9/11.
14+ years 106 mins
Big-budget blockbuster following the forbidden romance of Jack and Rose aboard the doomed passenger ship Titanic.
11+ years 187 mins
The story of the September 11 attacks on New York as dramatised through the experiences of two polic officers involved in the rescue operation.
14–16 years 124 mins
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