Shortly before his high school reunion, the former popular guy is contacted by the former fat kid and gets caught up in a deadly CIA double cross.
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10 year old Sophie is whisked from her bed to Giant Land by The Big Friendly Giant (The BFG) after she accidentally sees him through her orphanage window.
In a Nazi concentration camp in 1944, a Hungarian member of the Sonderkommando finds the body of his son and risks everything to give him a proper burial.
A young French woman goes to Sicily to visit her boyfriend where she meets his mother, beginning two days of psychological play between the two women.
Set in Hollywood in 1951, a major studio “fixer” has to sort out the mess when their top star is kidnapped from the set of a high-budget, Jesus-drama.
This multi-award winning Turkish film observes the interactions of the five girls who are locked away from the world to protect their innocence & childhood.
Going to see a movie at the Dunstan Playhouse doesn’t seem like the ordinary thing to do, however it was the perfect setting for this showing of Labyrinth.
Young chicks Cluck Norris, Chickpea and Tiny SchwarzHENegger team up with their animal neighbours to save their home from the “fowlest” of villains.
Dory takes us on a journey of self-discovery as she struggles to remember where she came from. Her one desire is to be reunited with her long-lost parents.
This first of three films sees slave girl Marek escapes her owner and embark on an epic quest to free a beautiful priestess’ sister from a vicious ogre.
Puccini’s spaghetti western opera is based on the play The GIrl of the Golden West and is one he considered to be his finest.
An American woman travels to Japan’s suicide forest, the Aokighara Forest, to search for her identical twin sister who went missing on a recent excursion.
Monty is a talking Capuchin Monkey with dreams of being a star but his owner has other plans, forcing him to escape with the help of his new family.
In 33AD, a Roman soldier who witnesses the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, is tasked to investigate the disappearance of the body after it vanishes as foretold.
Screening for one night only on 25 June, this is a documentary & filmed screening of a live presentation of the Berlin Philharmonic under Sir Simon Rattle.
A disaffected young man travels down to Mexico to escape his unpleasant home life, only to fall in with a private militia that is targeting the local cartels.
A lonely teenager strives for social connections when the death of his father leaves him feeling isolated and disassociated from the world.
An aged, mousy spinster attends a self-help seminar and is inspired to pursue a much younger co-worker in this comedy romance about reinventing yourself.
Retired champ Case Walker is convinced to go to Thailand to train a fighter for his match against psychopathic Caesar Braga but must face the madman himself.
Presented by Eric Dare and The Adelaide Festival Centre Reviewed 14 June 2016 You probably…