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Wolf of Wall Street is not currently available on NOW TV, but here are some more movies you might like.
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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.

  • Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
    Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines

    Available until 30 Nov 2016

    Proving there's no rest for the wicked, after vanquishing the liquid metal T1000, Arnie's unstoppable android is sent back to the past to protect young revolutionary John Connor (Nick Stahl) from SkyNet's newest robo-assassin, the Terminatrix (Kristanna Loken). Homeland's Claire Danes also finds herself in the firing line as the latest lady in Connor's life. But ultimately, the future of mankind is once again in the Teutonic cyborg's hands. Seconds out for Boomageddon round three.

  • Project Almanac
    Project Almanac

    Available until 14 Jan 2017

    Teenage science geek David (Jonny Weston) discovers a bizarre contraption hidden by his late father in the basement of the family house. It turns out to be a "temporal displacement device" and - with the help of a couple of college buddies - he manages to get it working. Soon the trio plus David's sister Cristina (Virginia Gardner) are nipping back in time to cheat in exams, give payback to bullying students and fiddle the lottery. However, when David uses the time machine to woo classmate Jessie (Sofia Black-D'Elia) the past comes back to haunt him. This Michael Bay-produced sci-fi thriller will appeal to MTV generation kids.

  • Solaris (2002)
    Solaris (2002)

    Available until 30 Jun 2018

    George Clooney delivers a lean and open performance in Steven Soderbergh's remake of Russian director Andrei Tarkovsky's marathon love story set in space. Clooney is Chris Kelvin, a psychiatrist sent on a mission to investigate strange goings-on aboard a space station... where he runs into his late wife (Natascha McElhone). A thoughtful, intelligent antidote to Star Wars fever.

  • Sphere
    Sphere

    Available until 27 Apr 2017

    A group of scientists finds a mysterious alien "sphere" inside a space craft that appears to have been lying on the Pacific Ocean floor for more than 300 years. Descending to the depths, the team - including Dustin Hoffman's shrink and Samuel L Jackson's maths whizz - realise they are dicing with death. Sci-fi thriller based on the Michael Crichton novel.

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