Lisa and Kate are two sisters on vacation in Mexico and they're looking for a little adventure. They are encourage to go cage-diving (also known as swimming with sharks) by some daredevil guys they meet at a bar. Initially reluctant, once they are in the cage and underwater with a majestic great white shark, they realise how amazing their experience is. However, that feeling doesn't last very long when an enormous shark begins circling them and the cable attaching their cage to the boat snaps. They plummet 47 metres to the ocean floor and panic when they realise how little oxygen they have left. To make matters worse, the shark has followed them and is able to bite through the iron bars of their cage. Their freedom means that they are now able to swim to the surface, but with the toothy sea giant still hanging about accompanied by some hungry friends, perhaps they were safer trapped inside the cage.
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Maria and Michael travel to India with their young family. Once the family arrive, they're instantly rooted into an idyllic way of life but when there's a terrible accident, the couple lose their son, Oliver. Overrun by the tragedy, Maria is unable to come to terms with the loss of her son. When a local lady informs Maria about an ancient ritual that can be carried out to say final goodbyes, Maria is instantly taken in by the temptation.
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We all know the soundtrack, those simple few chords that have backed many great sporting moment have become synonymous in the sporting world. Now, after 31 years since it's initial release, the true story of two very different runners in the 1924 Paris Olympics will be released once again, this time in full digitalised glory, as Chariots of Fire is set to be released once more as part of the London 2012 Festival.
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In a place designed to keep things in, how do you get out? In the not so distant future, London is in chaos. A military cargo plane crashes in the capital and things are made much worse when the highly classified contents are strewn across the city - one of the worst affected buildings is a storage facility Storage 24.
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Robert (Schofield) is a teacher who is still stunned after being attacked by a teen student. He also has a seriously strained relationship with his ex-wife (Aubrey) and teen daughter (Bennett), which isn't helped by the fact that he puts her in detention. Then one night after hours his worst fears are realised when a group of disgruntled students stealthily invade the school, killing people one by one on their way to Robert, who had the nerve to give them F's against the advice of his boss (Gemmell).
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The very story is utter nonsense. Twenty years ago, a doctor gives an experimental drug to a bunch of mental patients, and they are miraculously cured. The patients who receive no drug, though, go totally bonkers. End of experiment. Flash to present, repeat.
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The film is almost half an hour longer than 'The Force Awakens'.
The film is expected to continue without Mendes' involvement.
Lisa and Kate are two sisters on vacation in Mexico and they're looking for a...
Maria and Michael travel to India with their young family. Once the family arrive, they're...
We all know the soundtrack, those simple few chords that have backed many great sporting...
In a place designed to keep things in, how do you get out? In the...
Writer-director Roberts makes the most of a relatively simple premise, using sleek filmmaking and introspective...