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A live-action take on the classic 1960s animated series, this suitably cartoonish version stars John Goodman as hero Fred Flintstone. Fred is unexpectedly promoted from quarry labourer to company executive, only to be set up as the scapegoat for an embezzlement scam. Things go from bad to worse when Fred and best friend Barney fall out and Fred's wife, Wilma, thinks he is having an affair. A triumph of design, this has all the wackiness of the original and its lunatic flair for stone-age inventions that look suspiciously modern.
Warren Beatty directs and stars in this adaptation of the adventures of the iconic American detective in the yellow trench coat.
11–16 years 101 mins
Homer, Marge, Bart and Lisa find themselves caught up in a typically hilarious yarn as TV's favourite family makes its movie debut.
7–14 years 87 mins
Scathing documentary examining the often malicious rise of the modern corporation, analysing its behaviour as a psychological being.
16+ years 145 mins
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