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The journeys of two explorers, four generations apart, into the Colombian Amazon are beautiful, frightful, and at their wildest, half-crazed.

"I have no money and no husband," ravishing widow remarks while off to acquire both at the country estate of her in-laws.

Ex-con James has been doing time for the drowning of a 10-year-old boy. The body was never recovered, and James, an epileptic, can't recall the details of the crime.

As the eye of the celebratory storm of a grand wedding reception in a French chateau, fed-up planner Max is tossed every which way by forces beyond his control.

It’s on for the relatively young and old in the sixth M.I. go-round, with Tom Cruise back on deck, Henry Cavill joining the ranks as an agenda-heavy CIA agent and Christopher McQuarrie taking the reins once more.

Whisked by night from her Barcelona home to a cosy country house, six-year-old Frida is a downcast observer of her unwanted new world. Her parents are dead and she must now find a new way forward with her uncle and his family.

Having been cheated on by the same louse, Mel and Jen have a dim view of permanence. Putting theory into practice, the best mates create a two-person business dedicated to the undoing of ill-assorted couples, with speedy splits guaranteed.

Having scraped through the deranged carnage of World War I, former bookkeeper Albert and his disfigured compadre, Edouard, embark on a life of crime in Paris.

Before a tribe of aliens attack Earth, meanly blasting the bejesus out of everything in their path, night-time footie in a small Aussie town is as home-grown as it gets.

In the efficient opening scene of Adrift’s true story, a young woman, her face bloodied, awakens from unconsciousness to find herself alone on a partly submerged yacht with no land in sight.

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