A Tim Burton film about a son desperate to find out the truth to his father’s stories and to uncover what kind of man he truly was. Released in 2003.
A Christopher Nolan film with Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Tom Hardy and more. Extractors who delve into other peoples dreams are sent on a mission unlike any before. Released in 2010.
A world where time is the controller in lives and all Justin Timberlake’s character wants to do is be the sci-fi Robin Hood. Released in 2011 by Andrew Niccol.
Travelling back to 1999 in Egypt with Stephen Sommers’ first Mummy film, when a mummy is accidentally let loose on the world.
Stephen Sommers back in 2001 with the second Mummy film, and the potential end of the world crisis.
2017 brings a new film of Tom Cruise, Annabelle Wallis and Jake Johnson finding an ancient Egyptian mummy and accidentally bringing her into present life. Directed by Alex Kurtzman.
Introducing Emma Thompson as the government (magical) nanny and introducing Colin Firth and his seven naughty children as they are on a journey where rules are to be obeyed. Directed by Kirk Jones in 2005.
While travelling 120 years to a new planet, two people awake 90 years too soon. Starring Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence in Morton Tyldum’s 2016 film.
Joachim Ronning and Espen Sandberg bring to life the fifth Pirates of the Caribbean with the return of Captain Jack Sparrow and a new enemy, Salazar, a dead man dominating the sea killing everyone in sight. Released in 2017.
The first of the classic Scooby-Doo films coming away from television to great films. Released in 2002 by Raja Gosnell.
The second of the Scooby-Doo films, directed by Raja Gosnell in 2004, where Scooby and Shaggy don’t feel part of the Mystery Inc team.
In a world of overpopulation, society is forced into a Child Allocation Act, which means there must be only one child per family. But how will the seven Settman sisters survive when one disappears. Directed by Tommy Wirkola in 2017.