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Captain Phillips is not currently available on NOW TV, but here are some more movies you might like.
  • Forrest Gump
    Forrest Gump

    Available until 31 Jan 2018

    Robert Zemeckis' whimsical, sextuple Oscar-winning fable stars Tom Hanks as an idiot-savant who leads a charmed existence over four turbulent decades of US history. A fable for modern times, the offbeat tale captures both the imagination and the eye, thanks in no small part to a supporting cast that includes Gary Sinise as Forrest's grumpy Vietnam leader (and Reddit favourite), Lt. Dan and Robin Wright Penn as his troubled sweetheart. Light, dark, bitter and sweet... it's not unlike a box of chocolates.

  • Everest
    Everest

    Available until 17 Jun 2017

    Riveting true account of the disastrous expedition up Mount Everest in 1996, based on the book by journalist Jon Krakauer. Jason Clarke plays expedition leader Rob Hall, who has the job of leading a group of high altitude enthusiasts - including Josh Brolin's gung-ho Texan and John Hawkes' blue collar adventurer - up the world's highest peak. However, poor weather and bad judgement result in catastrophe after the climbers reach the summit. Jake Gyllenhaal and Keira Knightley are among the stars forced to brave the emotional and physical ordeal.

  • The Hunt for Red October
    The Hunt for Red October

    Available until 31 Dec 2018

    Sean Connery plays a Russian submarine skipper planning to defect (or is he? ) with a hold full of nuclear weapons aboard. The Russkies let the Americans think Connery is a madman about to blow the US apart so both sides could be seeking to eliminate him - until wily CIA analyst Jack Ryan (Alec Baldwin) sees through it all. Gripping Cold War suspense thriller, based on Tom Clancy's bestseller. Trivia: a crewman died during filming when a navy submarine snagged a tow cable, sinking a tugboat 10 miles off Long Beach, California.

  • World Trade Center
    World Trade Center

    Available until 20 Mar 2017

    Hollywood's first mainstream attempt to tackle the enormity of September 11 follows the fate of two Port Authority policemen - played by Nicolas Cage and Michael Pena - who found themselves trapped in rubble following the collapse of the Twin Towers. Director Oliver Stone opts for straightforward if sentimental storytelling told from a personal view to convey the heroism and horror of the terrorist attack on New York.

  • Apollo 13
    Apollo 13

    Available until 18 Dec 2017

    Houston, we have a problem... Tom Hanks, Kevin Bacon and Bill Paxton play the beleaguered, real-life astronauts of what turned out to be NASA's most nail-biting mission when their spacecraft develops a crippling fault. Director Ron Howard cranks up the suspense while Ed Harris plays Gene Krantz, the ground controller who tries to guide them home. Based on the book by Hanks' character Jim Lovell, this technical wonder won Oscars for editing and sound.

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