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At first, when Steven Kovacs breaks up with his girlfriend and moves into a plush but lonely bachelor pad, he's grateful for the friendship of Chip Douglas, the TV repair-man who illegally fixes him up with free cable. But soon, Steven begins to realise that Chip is needy, and lacks any boundaries - and that his obsession with old TV shows masks a much more serious personality problem. A much darker kind of comedy than fans of star Jim Carrey were used to when it first came out, the hilarious but hard-edged Cable Guy has since become a true cult favourite.
Marvellous British drama that tells the tale of two schoolchildren, Romeo and 'Knocks', and their fractious friendship.
14+ years 90 mins
Fascinating insight into the lives of six brothers who have grown up in isolation with only movies to form their perspective on the outside world.
16+ years 86 mins
Darkly brilliant tale that sees a disguised ex-con hunt down a secret stash of money.
11+ years 93 mins
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