Return from Witch MountainAvailable until 30 Nov 2016
Star Trek The Motion PictureAvailable until 30 Jun 2019
HomeAvailable until 19 Feb 2017
Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom MenaceAvailable until 30 Sep 2017
Star Wars: Episode IV - A New HopeAvailable until 30 Sep 2017
- Return from Witch Mountain
Available until 30 Nov 2016
The sequel to Disney's 1975 smash Escape To Witch Mountain sees alien siblings Tony and Tia (Ike Eisenmann and Kim Richards) return to Earth and straight into another adventure. Their supernatural powers come into play from the moment they land as they uncover a mind control plot led by villainous professor Victor (Christopher Lee) and his nasty benefactor Letha (Bette Davis). Outlandish fun for the kids with performances to match from the veterans.
- Star Trek The Motion Picture
Available until 30 Jun 2019
The first big screen mission for the crew of the USS Enterprise sees Admiral Kirk (William Shatner) retake the bridge to intercept a deadly forcefield that is heading towards Earth. Gone are the wonky sets of the long-running TV series and in come impressive special effects (courtesy of 2001's Douglas Trumbull) and sure-footed direction from two-time Oscar-winner Robert Wise (although having more in common with his work on The Day The Earth Stood Still than The Sound Of Music). Coming a decade after the end of the TV series, it's great to see the old guard back in action.
Available until 19 Feb 2017
When Earth is colonised by extraterrestrials The Boov, humankind is relocated to a vast desert suburbia in Australia. However, teen girl Tip (voiced by Rihanna) is left behind to strike up an unlikely alliance with Oh (Jim Parsons), a misfit Boov who craves friendship but whose error has given away the location of his compatriots to predatory fellow aliens, the Gorg. Splendid visuals and a zippy soundtrack will have tween girls feel like there's no place like Home.
- Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace
Available until 30 Sep 2017
Two decades after creating the Star Wars universe, George Lucas returns to the beginning with the first chapter of Anakin Skywalker's epic transformation from promising young Jedi into pan-galactic scourge, Darth Vader. As a gifted youngster, Anakin (Jake Lloyd) is schooled in the Jedi arts by wise master Qui-Gon Jinn (Liam Neeson) and his apprentice Obi Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor). But he becomes an important pawn in the power struggle between the Jedi and their dark counterparts, the Sith, when both sides of the Force converge on the planet Naboo and its young queen Amidala (Natalie Portman). With much backstory to cover, Phantom Menace punctuates the intrigue with bags of action while unleashing one of the story's most memorable characters in the double-sabred devil Darth Maul.
- Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope
Available until 30 Sep 2017
Whisking us to a galaxy far, far away, George Lucas' sci-fi vision tells the story of Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), a farm boy from a forgotten planet who becomes a key figure in the rebellion against the evil Empire that threatens to sweep the universe. Aided by an old Jedi mentor (Alec Guinness), Luke sets out on an adventure that sees him befriend robots, royalty and a menagerie of rogues on his way to confronting the darkest forces in the universe. Essentially taking a traditional western and setting it in space, Lucas blew the movie world away with a supernova of exhilarating action, unforgettable characters, and ground-breaking special effects.
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