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    Terminator Genisys

    Available until 01 Jun 2017

    Arnold Schwarzenegger is back as cinema's most iconic cyborg, now reprogrammed to protect rebel mother Sarah Connor (Game Of Thrones' Emilia Clarke) from the all-powerful Skynet. It's 2029 and as Sarah's son John (Jason Clarke) leads the war against the machines, he sends his trusted lieutenant Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) back to 1984 to ensure her survival. However, when Reese goes back in time, the situation is not quite what he expected... Rewiring timelines and terminators alike, version 5. 0 of the unstoppable saga comes out with all guns blazing in an all-action reboot.

  • Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
    Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

    Available until 03 Oct 2019

    The seemingly innocuous road vehicles that can change at the flick of a switch into mega-destructive robots trundle out for more metallic fisticuffs in this blockbuster sequel. Devious Decepticons Starscream and Megatron (the baddies) have renewed their heavy metal assault on humankind, whose steel allies the Autobots (goodies) led by Optimus Prime, have fallen out of favour with the US government. The fools. Shia LaBeouf and Megan Fox play the lovey-dovey couple caught in the middle. Again.

  • Superman II
    Superman II

    Available until 31 Oct 2017

    In the finest of Christopher Reeve's four outings as the Man of Steel, Superman squares up to the despicable General Zod (Terence Stamp) and his cosmic hench-baddies (mute giant Jack O'Halloran and vampy Sarah Douglas). Banished from Krypton when Supes was a nipper, the terrible trio are back with a vengeance to rule planet Earth... with a little help from arch-fiend Lex Luther (Gene Hackman). First class villainy and more romantic bumbling with Margot Kidder's Lois Lane make Richard Lester's super-sequel a triumphant mix of characterisation and action. The battles between our underpanted hero and the tyrannical tag team cannot be beat.

  • Superman IV - The Quest for Peace
    Superman IV - The Quest for Peace

    Available until 31 Oct 2017

    It's Supes versus nukes as Krypton's favourite son (Christopher Reeve) seeks to disarm the world of Nuclear Man, the latest despicable brainchild of his nemesis Lex Luthor (Gene Hackman). Reeves' final outing in Clark Kent's clogs is a daftly entertaining blast of super-hokum involving tussles with his radioactive opponent that take them from the Great Wall of China to the Moon. They obviously took so much out of Nuclear Man that Mark Pillow - the Yorkshire-born former Chippendale who played him - barely surfaced again. Jon Cryer plays the stooge as Luthor's dopey nephew.

  • Captain America: Civil War
    Captain America: Civil War

    Available until 29 Mar 2018

    In his third 'solo' adventure, Steve 'Captain America' Rogers (Chris Evans) goes to head-to-head with Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr) when the latter advocates government control of the Avengers team. The good captain feels the team should remain free to defend humanity without political interference, fracturing the Avengers into two camps. With an almighty face-off brewing and Ant-Man and Spider-Man entering the fray, it's the showdown Marvelheads have been waiting for.

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