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    Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny

    Available until 04 May 2018

    Jack Black and Kyle Gass are the rotund rockers who must discover the legendary "pick of destiny" if they are to win the open mic competition at their local bar. Essentially for fans of Black's rock'n'rollin' offshoot Tenacious D - or "The D", this could have crossover appeal for those seduced by the star's trademark exuberance. Look out for Ben Stiller as a muso-come-soothsayer who outlines the path JB and Kyle must take... in the boiler room of his guitar shop.

  • Wedding Crashers
    Wedding Crashers

    Available until 21 Mar 2017

    Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson spark off one another magnificently in this hit comedy about a couple of sneaky divorce lawyers who gatecrash weddings to score the bridesmaids. But their scheme goes off the rails when they run into the daughters (sweet Rachel McAdams and sex-mad Isla Fisher) of US treasury secretary Christopher Walken. The sheer energy of the two leads is addictive but hold the confetti; the comedy is a lot less fluffy than your average romcom.

  • Road Trip
    Road Trip

    Available until 18 Nov 2017

    Gross-out guffaws with Tom Green, Breckin Meyer, Seann William 'Stifler' Scott and uber-dweeb DJ Qualls embarking on a cross-country trek that crosses more lines than those that separate the states. Their mission is to retrieve a mistakenly-mailed sex tape before it reaches Meyer's long-term girlfriend. Rudeness ensues as the boys find cherry-popping adventure in the frat houses, ladies' locker rooms and sperm banks of America. Director Todd Phillips went on to put his lads-being-bad skills to more good use in Old School and The Hangover.

  • Sisters
    Sisters

    Available until 24 Sep 2017

    Chalk-and-cheese sisters Kate (Tina Fey) and Maura (Amy Poehler) decide to throw one last house party before their parents sell the family home. Cue misunderstandings and mirth as the pair relive their youth in one big, bawdy blowout. Wrestling colossus John Cena delivers the laughs as the go-to party drugs man while Maya Rudolph relishes her role as the villainess of the piece. Another winner from one of the sassiest, brassiest double-acts in Hollywood.

  • The Night Before
    The Night Before

    Available until 30 Sep 2017

    Three lifelong buddies - lovelorn drifter Ethan (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), football star Chris (Anthony Mackie) and bearish dad-to-be Isaac (Seth Rogen) - re-unite every Christmas Eve for a drug turbo-charged night out in Manhattan. This year they've snagged invites to the legendary Nutcracka Ball... but the pressures of trying to relive their youth forces fissures in their bromance. Raucously profane seasonal high jinks and possibly the only movie where you'll see Miley Cyrus proffering relationship advice.

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