Sharkwater (2007) Rating: PG 11+
A powerful documentary about sharks portraying them as amazing creatures threatened by extinction, rather than just as fearsome killers.
Satyajit Ray film about two noblemen in 19th-century India whose chess obsession makes them oblivious to the treachery around.
This film has a couple of uses of strong bad language and contains moderate sex and drug references.
Riveting tale based on the true story of promising young journalist Stephen Glass, who was exposed as a fraud in the late 90s.
This film contains very strong language and strong bloody horror.
Good-natured loser Shaun has to find his inner hero when he and friends are thrown into battle with zombies in modern-day London.
Wild comedy with screen legend Mae West as a nightclub hostess who's attracted to a missionary, but has a violent ex-lover to deal with.
Contains moderate sex references.
This film contains mild violence.
John Wayne shines in a classic western that was shot in the stunning Monument Valley and won an Oscar for its magnificent cinematography.
This film has several uses of moderate bad language
Modern-day, teen twist on George Bernard Shaw's play Pygmalion, about a popular college student who bets he can transform any girl into a prom queen.
Contains moderate sex references
A teen girl poses as her own brother while he sneaks off on holiday, but problems arise when she develops a crush on her football teammate.