There's something about Hugh Jackman that makes you suspect he would have been a success on the big screen no matter which cinematic era he was born into. His lithe physicality and fine comic timing would have served him well in the silent era; his good looks and debonair charm would have fit right in with the Douglas Fairbanks and Cary Grants of classical Hollywood; his roguish charisma and natural compassion would not have gone amiss in the gritty realism of the 60s and 70s; and there's no doubting he has the muscles to have gone toe-to-toe with the Arnies, Slys and Jean-Claudes of the 80s and 90s.
The inspiring true story of how Nelson Mandela joined forces with the captain of South Africa's rugby team, Francois Pienaar, to help unite their country.
A Hitchcock classic, this is the story of a middle-aged Madison Avenue advertising executive, Roger O Thornhill, who is mistaken for a government agent by a gang of spies.
Nancy meets John and Red Dog
An interesting explanation of how Red Dog came to be in northwest WA.
When a member of a popular New York City improv troupe gets a huge break, the rest of the group - all best friends - start to realise that not everyone is going to make it after all.
Becky is lost and then she is found, but will she have a happy ending?
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