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Tom Hanks won his second Oscar in a row for his expertly sympathetic performance as the kind-hearted man-child who introduces himself with the line, "My name is Forrest Gump. People call me Forrest Gump." Waiting for a bus, Forrest relates his amazingly eventful life story through a series of flashbacks that span thirty years of post-war American history. He lives through the Vietnam war and - thanks to director Robert Zemeckis' dazzling use of digital effects - crosses paths with everyone from former US President Richard Nixon to Beatle John Lennon.
A 6'4" invisible white rabbit named Harvey is the unlikely hero of this fantastic 1950s comedy about mentai illness, tolerance and friendship.
11+ years 104 mins
A boy makes a wish to be big and wakes up the next day to find that wishes do come true.
11–16 years 104 mins
A young soldier who has just arrived in Vietnam is torn between the influence of two sergeants.
14+ years 115 mins
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