, 1h41 Directed bySteve Barker OriginUnited-kingdom GenresAction, Horror ThemesMedical-themed films, Zombie films, Films about viral outbreaks, Disaster films ActorsRichard Coyle, Clive Russell, Catherine Steadman, Daniel Caltagirone, Julian Wadham, Michael Byrne Roles Macavoy Rating49% Nazi-hunter Lena (Catherine Steadman) is on the trail of a notorious war-criminal scientist, Klausener, who at the close of World War II had begun trials of a frightening new technology that can create an immortal army. Lena's hunt leads her to a war zone in Eastern Europe (although the exact location is never mentioned, maps clearly show former Yugoslavia). There she runs into an acquaintance, a physicist, Wallace (Richard Coyle). He encourages her to stop her search because he knows what is coming and she refuses. So, pooling resources, they end up helping a professional military unit they meet take on the advancing army, the product of Klausener's experiments, a battalion of zombie Nazi Storm Troopers. Lena, Wallace, and the unit aim to identify the source of the evil army and prevent a Fourth Reich.
, 1h47 Directed byTarsem Singh OriginInde GenresDrama, Fantasy, Adventure ActorsLee Pace, Justine Waddell, Catinca Untaru, Leo Bill, Emil Hostina, Sean Gilder Roles Sinclair / Governor Odious Rating77% Los Angeles, 1915: stuntman Roy Walker (Lee Pace) is hospitalized, as he is bedridden and possibly paralyzed after a jump he took in his first film. He meets Alexandria (Catinca Untaru), a young Romanian-born patient in the hospital who is recovering from a broken arm, and begins to tell her a story about her namesake. Alexandria is told she has to leave, but Roy promises to tell her an epic tale if she returns the next day.
, 2h11 Directed byShekhar Kapur OriginUSA GenresDrama, War, Action, Adventure, Romance ThemesFilms set in Africa, Political films, Le désert ActorsHeath Ledger, Wes Bentley, Djimon Hounsou, Kate Hudson, Rupert Penry-Jones, Alex Jennings Roles Gustave Rating65% Harry Faversham (Heath Ledger), a young British officer completing his training, celebrates his engagement to the beautiful young Ethne (Kate Hudson), in a lavish ball with his fellow officers and his father in attendance. When the regimental Colonel (James Cosmo) announces that the regiment is being dispatched to Egyptian-ruled Sudan to rescue the British General Charles "Chinese" Gordon (who is being besieged in Khartoum by Islamic rebels of the Mahdi), young Faversham has serious ethical reservations about the war, and resigns his commission. Shocked by his son's actions, Harry's father (Tim Pigott-Smith) disowns him. Perceiving his resignation as cowardice, three of his friends and his fiancée each give him a white feather, the symbol of cowardice. Ethne breaks off their engagement.
, 1h32 Directed byRussell Mulcahy OriginUSA GenresDrama, War, Historical ThemesPolitical films ActorsRick Schroder, Michael Brandon, Jamie Harris, Jay Rodan, Adam James, Daniel Caltagirone Roles Phillip Cepeglia Rating69% The movie follows the events and hardships suffered by the nine companies, roughly 550 men, of the United States Army 77th Infantry Division ("Statue of Liberty") that had been completely cut off and surrounded by German forces a short distance away in the Argonne Forest. The force was led by Maj. Charles W. Whittlesey, who was disparagingly described as a "New York lawyer" by his commanders. The battalion was part of what was supposed to be a three-pronged attack through the German lines. The battalion believed another American force was on its right flank and a French force on its left, not knowing that they had both retreated. The battalion lost contact with headquarters. Whittlesey sent several runners to headquarters, but none of them returned. He ended up having to rely on carrier pigeons to communicate. During the siege, American artillery began firing on the German position in the forest as the Americans cheered. However, the artillery began falling on the American line, killing numerous men in friendly fire. Whittlesey sends a pigeon to headquarters with a message saying they were being hit by their own artillery, saying, "For heaven's sake, stop it". The headquarters receives the message and stops firing. Witnessing the incident, the Germans attack the disoriented American force, but they are repelled by the Americans in fierce fighting and retreat back to their trenches.
, 1h32 OriginUnited-kingdom GenresComedy, Romance ThemesDance films, Sports films, Association football films ActorsWilliam Ash, Keri Russell, Gavin O'Connor, Maclean Stewart, Brian Cox, Jim Norton Roles Carlos Rega Rating58% A boy obsessed with football finds his life changing dramatically once he adds a little Samba. Danny (Ash) plays on the football team at the all-boys Catholic school he attends in Belfast. Danny's three best friends, who also play on the team, all have different ambitions for their lives. Mickey (Maclean Stewart) wants to be a fashion designer so he can get rich and date supermodels. Gary (Russell Smith) wants to become a magician so he can get rich and meet beautiful women (and presumably saw them in half). And Spike (Joe Rea) likes to beat people up, so he wants to become a mercenary and do it for a living. But Danny dreams of making football his life.