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I know where I'm going!
(1947 Pressburger & Powell)

Assured, headstrong Joan Webster (Wendy Hiller) knows exactly what she wants and how to get it, until she's stranded in a rough, windswept Scottish village--in sight but out of reach of an island where a rich fiancée, a lavish wedding, and a loveless marriage await. While a raging storm prevents her crossing, a quiet, modest, and penniless Scottish laird named Torquil (Roger Livesey) slowly wins her cheerfully mercenary heart and upsets her carefully arranged plans with messy emotions.

Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's much-loved romantic drama is a handsome work full of vivid, offbeat characters (Pamela Brown is especially striking as an earthy villager always accompanied by a pack of bloodhounds) living in a world that's part tradition and part myth. Villagers work and celebrate with the simple spirit of common folk ("We're not poor, we just haven't any money," Torquil admonishes the materialist Joan). Powell brings his lively manner and bold visual invention to the creation of his beautiful but harsh primal paradise, culminating in the awesome spectacle of a massive whirlpool that could be the work of the "legend of Corryvreckan" or the stormy embodiment of Joan's hysterical heart. Awash in mystic power of ancient castles and chanted legends, "I Know Where I'm Going" is one of the most romantic visions of Britain's most magical director.
[Carlton] Region 2
Ice Age 4: Jorden skakar loss
(2012 Steve Martino och Mike Thurmeier)

originaltitel: Ice Age: Continental Drift

Scrat's acorn obsession sparks a continental catastrophe that sends Manny (Ray Romano), Diego (Denis Leary), and Sid (John Leguizamo) on an epic adventure involving a ship full of fearsome pirates, and an unexpected reunion as the ICE AGE saga continues in this eye-popping sequel.
[20th Century]Region 2
I'm still Here
(2010 Casey Affleck)

In 2008, Oscar nominee Joaquin Phoenix walked away from acting to pursue a rap career, an inexplicably bizarre detour captured in gritty detail in this "documentary" directed by Phoenix's brother-in-law, Casey Affleck. Some speculated Phoenix's behavior was part of a well-orchestrated hoax -- or, even worse, a mental breakdown. But some of the film's graphic footage suggests it could have been a little of both.
[Optimum] Region 2
Imorgon
(2015 Cyril Dion & Mélanie Laurent)

Klimatet är i förändring. Men istället för att visa "det värsta som kan hända"-scenarion fokuserar denna dokumentär på människorna som kommer med lösningar, förslag och åtgärder. Vi får möta människor från tio olika länder och tre kontinenter som ägnar sina liv åt att rädda vår planet!
[Njuta Films]Region 2
In Bruges
(2008 Martin McDonagh)

"In Bruges" tells a darkly comedic tale of the fates of hit men Ray and Ken (Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson).

After a difficult job in London, the 2-man-team is ordered by their boss, Harry (Ralph Fiennes), to cool their heels in Bruges. Very much out of their comfort zones, the men find themselves drawn into increasingly dangerous entanglements with locals, tourists, and a film shoot. When their stay in Bruges takes a turn for the worst, Ray and Ken realize Harry may have plans for them other than a simple vacation.
[Universal]Region 2
In Old California
(1942 William McGann)

svensk titel: Äventyrare i Sacramento

When dignified Boston pharmacist Tom Craig (John Wayne) heads out West to set up shop in California, he's unaware that the Gold Rush is about to explode and change the state forever. The locals quickly take a disliking to the pharmacist and poison his meds, causing Craig to almost lose his business. When typhoid fever strikes the town, however, Craig gets a chance to prove his worth in this quirky Western that features Wayne in an unusual role.
[Artisan] Region 1
Infamous
(2006 Douglas McGrath)

Hollywood studios are notorious for liberally borrowing ideas from each other, with the resulting clutch of similarly-themed films often bewildering the public as they try to decide which movie to go and see.

In 2005 Bennett Miller directed CAPOTE, an Oscar-winning dramatization of Truman Capote's traumatic experiences writing the celebrated novel IN COLD BLOOD. In 2006 Douglas McGrath directed INFAMOUS, a movie that follows exactly the same premise.

Although it's difficult to see why such a story would need to be immortalized in celluloid for a second time, McGrath does throw in a few tricks to help separate the two films. Talking head interviews with some of Capote's contemporaries, such as Gore Vidal and Babe Paley, are used, and the movie has a lighter - almost comedic at times - feel to it than Miller's movie.
[Warner]Region 1
Into the Woods
(2014 Rob Marshall)

Stephen Sondheim's "Into the Woods" is adapted in this musical.

Inspired by a choice selection of Brothers Grimm fairy tales, this plot centers on a baker (James Corden) and his wife (Emily Blunt) who incur the wrath of a witch (Meryl Streep) while attempting to start a family. Subsequently cursed by the vengeful hag, the hapless couple find their fates linked with those of Cinderella (Anna Kendrick),Little Red Riding Hood (Lilla Crawford), Rapunzel (MacKenzie Mauzy) and Jack (Daniel Huttlestone) of JACK AND THE BEANSTALK.
[Disney]Region 2
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