‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

The tale of the band Queen and lead singer Freddie Mercury comes to life on screen. Directed by Bryan Singer in 2018.

‘The Book Thief’

In 2013, travel back to 1938 Nazi Germany of a story of a young girl named Liesel who has just been sent to a new foster family. Directed by Brian Percival.

‘The Breakfast Club’

Travel back to 1985, when John Hughes directed this classic film about a group of students stuck in detention.

‘The Dust Storm’

Brennan’s life changes dramatically when the woman who broke his heart seven years ago comes back into his life. Directed by Anthony Baldino and Ryan Lacen in 2016.


Young Santiago, as a talented footballer, finally gets his chance to potentially play for the big leagues – Newcastle United. Danny Cannon directs this 2005 film of chasing dreams and achieving the impossible.

‘Goodbye Christopher Robin’

Simon Curtis directs this film inspired by the life of the writer of Winnie the Pooh and the reality of it’s creation. Released in 2017.

‘The Intern’

Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro in Nancy Meyer’s 2015 film, when a senior intern is hired into a new world from the one he is used to.

‘Lady Bird’

A coming-of-age film starring Saoirse Ronan from 2017. Directed by Greta Gerwig.

‘Love, Rosie’

A story between two best friends Rosie and Alex, as they travel through life missing each other’s attempts to stay together, when life’s obstacles just keep getting in the way. Directed by Christian Ditter in 2014.

‘Little Women’

Based on the book from 1868 by Louisa May Alcott by the same name, this drama follows the March sisters fighting against what the world expects of them. Directed by Greta Gerwig in 2019.

‘Me Before You’

Based on the book by Jojo Moyes, Thea Sharrock’s beautiful interpretation of the opposite lives of a young small town woman looking after a paralyzed young man. Stars Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin in 2016.

‘Never Let Me Go’

Based on the novel of the same name by Kazuo Ishiguro, this romance drama explores the memories of Kathy who analyses her life as it was set with one meaning. Directed by Mark Romanek in 2010.

‘One Day’

Lone Scherfig portrays David Nicholls book in 2011, all based on one day.

‘Pride and Prejudice’

Based on Jane Austen’s novel, Joe Wright in 2005 directs the life of Elizabeth Bennet played by Keira Knightley.

‘The Shawshank Redemption’

Travelling back to 1947 when Andy Dufresne is sent to Shawshank Prison with a life sentence, declaring he is innocent. Released in 1994 by Frank Darabont.

‘A Simple Favour’

Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively star as unlikely friends, but then something goes horribly wrong and secrets delve the screen. Directed by Paul Feig in 2018.

‘Table 19’

When the best man’s girlfriend is dumped, Eloise (Anna Kendrick) is bunked to the last table at the wedding, Table 19, only to find a load of other randoms who were invited. Directed by Jeffrey Blitz in 2017.


Upper class teens Amanda and Lily become unlikely friends when a “business proposition” pops up and they want someone to die. Directed by Cory Finley in 2017.

‘The Tourist’

Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp in this 2010 film are followed by the police and a gangster, when all everyone wants is to find Alexander Pearce. Directed by Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck.