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An asterisk (*) in front of the title indicates a superior film -- although this is obviously a matter of taste. To give our readers another quality benchmark, we have surveyed some leading critics and recorded their views, on a scale of 1 (poor)  to 10 (outstanding).

2006 releases
16 Blocks (PG-13) (2006) (Bruce Willis, Mos Def) A tough New York policeman and a witness go 16 blocks in the face of deadly obstacles. Critics: 8-7-7-5
Curious George (G) (2006) (voices of Will Ferrell, Drew Barrymore) An animated adaptation of the well-known children's book by H.A. Rey. Critics: 8-7-9-2-5
Eight Below (PG) (2006) (Paul Walker, Bruce Greenwood) A team of sled dogs must fend for itself in Antarctica after being left behind. Critics: 8-5-7-6
Firewall (PG-13) (2006) (Harrison Ford, Paul Bettany) Harrison Ford is back, this time playing a security specialist forced to rob a bank to pay off the criminal mastermind who has kidnapped his family. Critics:  8-7-4-5-4
Glory Road (PG) (2006) (Josh Lucas, Derek Luke) A white basketball coach faces white racists in the 1960s because his starting line-up consists of all African-American players. Critics: 8-7-8-5
Looking For Comedy in the Muslim World (PG-13) (2006) (Albert Brooks, Sheetal Sheth) In an effort to create better relations with Muslim countries, the US government sends comedian Albert Brooks on a fact-finding mission to discover what makes Muslim people laugh. Critics: 7-6-5-4
Nanny McPhee (PG) (2006) (Emma Thompson, Colin Firth) A nanny uses magical powers to rein in her seven unruly charges. Critics: 8-8-7-7
Roving Mars (G) (2006) (Documentary) Two uncrewed vehicles transmit images from Mars. Critics: 5
When a Stranger Calls (PG-13) (2006) (Camilla Belle, Tommy Flanagan) A teenage babysitter receives nuisance calls…from inside the house. Critics: 5-2

2005 releases
* Batman Begins (PG-13) (2005) (Christian Bale, Liam Neeson) This prequel tells how  millionaire Bruce Wayne became the Caped Crusader. Lots of explosions and car chases.. Critics: 9-10-8-9-7
Brothers Grimm, The (PG-13) (2005) (Matt Damon, Heath Ledger) Brothers Will and Jake Grimm are a couple of travelling con-artists who investigate the disappearance of two girls. While trying to solve the mystery, they encounter an evil sorceress. Critics: 6-5-3-2-4
Cave, The (PG-13) (2005) (Cole Hauser, Morris Chestnut) Deep-sea divers trapped in a cave are preyed upon by vicious creatures out for blood. Critics: 5-2
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (PG) (2005) (Johnny Depp, Freddie Highmore) A young boy wins a candy bar contest and takes a guided tour of Willy Wonka's giant chocolate factory in this adaptation of Roald Dahl's tale. Critics: 7, 5
Chicken Little (G) (2005) (voices of Zach Braff, Joan Cusack) Because of an earlier cry-wolf situation, the denzens of Oakey Oaks have labelled Chicken Little an alarmist. Resentment disappears when the little guy scores a winning run in a championship game and becomes the toast of the town. When he again thinks the sky is falling, he's loath to tell anyone, even though, this time, the sky really is falling. Critics: 9-7-2-5
* Chronicles of Narnia, The: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (PG) (2005) (William Moseley, Tilda Swinton) During World War II, the four Pevensie children are sent to a country home for safety. Once there, they discover a magic wardrobe that is really a portal to the mystical land of Narnia, where a war between good and evil is under way. Based on a series of novels by CS Lewis. Critics: 8-7-8-6
* Cinderella Man (PG-13) (2005) (Russell Crowe, Renée Zellweger) Set during the Depression, this is the story of boxer Jim Braddock, an American folk hero who went a memorable 15 rounds in a 1935 fight with heavyweight champ Max Baer. Critics: 9-9-5-4-8
Confession (NR) (2005) (Chris Pine, Cameron Daddo) A priest learns the secrets of an unsolved murder and must decide whether to stay silent or betray his priesthood. Critics: 7
Corpse Bride (PG) (2005) (voices of Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter) After a man jokingly puts a wedding ring on the finger of a skeleton, he gets more than he bargained for—a dead woman appears to him as a ghost and claims she's his legal bride. Critics: 8-7-8-7
Dark Water (PG-13) (2005) (Jennifer Connelly, Ariel Gade) A single mother and her daughter move into a run-down apartment building that is haunted by the ghost of a former resident. Based on the Japanese cult horror film. Critics: 8-7-4-9-5
* Dear Frankie (PG-13) (2005) (Emily Mortimer, Jack McElhone) A loving mother makes up fairy stories for her deaf son about his long, lost dad. In truth, the guy left them high and dry and hasn't been heard from since. Lovely and sentimental. Critics: 9-8-6-6
Dreamer (PG) (2005) (Kurt Russell, Dakota Fanning) A broken-down horse trainer and a broken-down horse are both given a second chance for success when the daughter of the trainer makes it her mission to mend both man and nag —and send them off to the Breeders' Cup Classic. Critics: 8-7-8-5
Duma (PG) (2005) (Alexander Michaletos, Hope Davis) Xan, a young boy growing up in the wilds Africa, finds an orphaned cheetah cub that he turns into a pet and names Duma. After a tragic occurrence befalls Xan and his parents, Xan finds himself living in the city with Duma. Realising he must return the cheetah to his natural habitat, Xan sets off on the adventure of a lifetime. Critics: 8-8
* Exorcism of Emily Rose, The (PG-13) (2005) (Laura Linney, Tom Wilkinson) A lawyer takes on a negligent-homicide case involving a priest who performed an exorcism on a young woman. This resulted in the woman's death, and now the priest who performed it is in prison. Critics: 8-5-4-5-5
First Descent (PG-13) (2005) (Documentary) Snapshot: A look at snowboarding and some of those who participate in the sport. Critics: 5
* Flightplan (PG-13) (2005) (Jodie Foster, Peter Sarsgaard) An emotionally devastated widow and her daughter embark on a transatlantic flight from Berlin to New York. When the girl vanishes without a trace, all evidence indicates that her daughter was never on board which results in paranoia and doubt among the passengers and crew of the plane. Critics: 9-5-6-6
Game of their Lives (PG) (2005) (Gerard Butler, Wes Bentley) In 1950, in the small Brazilian town of Belo Horizonte, the US soccer team—a ragtag group of part-time players—won an exciting match against the favoured-to-win British team, which included some of the world's greatest players. Even the New York Times refused to print the score, calling it some kind of hoax. Critics: 4-3-5-4
Good Night and Good Luck (PG) (2005) (David Strathairn, George Clooney) Set during the early days of broadcast TV in the 1950s, CBS anchorman Edward R. Murrow's conflicts with Senator Joseph McCarthy and his communist witch-hunts. The feud culminated when the politician accused the newsman of being a communist himself. Critics: 10-8
Great Raid, The (R) (2005) (Joseph Fiennes, James Franco) 500 American POWs have been entrapped in a Japanese prison camp for three years. Beginning to give up hope they will ever be rescued, they are saved by a group of Rangers in a daring rescue mission. Critics: 7-8-7-5-6
* Greatest Game Ever Played, The (PG) (2005) (Shia LaBeouf, Stephen Dillane) True story about an underprivileged caddy, Francis Ouimet, who beat the odds to play at the 1913 US Open golf championship and eventually defeated the reigning champion, Harry Vardon. Critics: 8-9-9-5
* Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (PG-13) (2005) (Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson) In his fourth year at Hogwarts, Harry Potter takes part in the Triwizard Tournament, competing against other young wizards from all over Europe. Things begin to look suspicious, however, when Lord Voldemort shows his face again, and soon it's not just a question of Harry taking home the winner's cup—he must fight for his life as well. Critics: 9-8-8-7
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, The (PG) (2005) (Martin Freeman, Mos Def) Based on Douglas Adams' cult novel, this remake of the quirky BBC TV series chronicles the adventures of an average bloke in outer space. Critics: 8-4-7-5-6
* Howl's Moving Castle (PG) (2005) (voice of Jean Simmons, Christian Bale) Sophie, a teenager who works in a hat shop, is whisked away to a fantastic land by a handsome wizard named Howl. But a mean witch turns her into a 90-year-old woman. Now Sophie must drag her old bones all over the place to try and find an antidote. Critics: 7-10-9-10-7
John Paul II (NR-TV) (2005) CBS miniseries Critics: 7
Karol: The Man Who Became Pope (2005) Critics: 7
* King Kong (PG-13) (2005) (Naomi Watts, Jack Black) A documentary film crew and a group of explorers travel to Skull Island in search of a mythical monster, King Kong. When they find the beast, he lives in almost constant battle with the last prehistoric creatures on Earth. His temper is fierce, but his rage is eventually allayed by the site of the beautiful Ann Darrow. As in the original, the 25-foot gorilla is brought to America and put on display for public viewing, but only until he breaks free of his shackles and runs amok with eye-candy Darrow in tow. Critics: 10-9-10-10-7
Kung Fu Hustle (R) (2005) (Stephen Chow, Yuen Qiu) Set in China in the 1940s, a wannabe gangster aspires to join a notorious street gang. At the same time, an obnoxious landlady and her apparently frail husband exhibit extraordinary powers in defending their turf. A matter of taste.  Critics: 9-8-9-7
Ladies in Lavender (PG-13) (2005) (Judi Dench, Maggie Smith) Set in an English seaside town in 1936, this drama tells the sombre tale of two elderly sisters who discover a young castaway. They nurse him back to health, all the while becoming a bit too fond of him—to the point of possessiveness. The situation grows complicated when a gorgeous young Russian woman tries to start a relationship with the man. Critics: 7-5
Mad Hot Ballroom (PG) (2005) (Documentary) This documentary profiles the journey of several students from New York City's public schools as they take up ballroom dancing. Reluctant participants at first, the 11-year-olds eventually grow into determined competitors in the citywide finals. Critics: 8
Madagascar (PG) (2005) (voices of Ben Stiller, Chris Rock) This animal-focused family fare is set at New York's Central Park Zoo and features a lion, a zebra, a hippo, and a giraffe. The four four-footed friends are best friends, and when one of them goes missing, the other three break out to find him. Unfortunately they  find themselves on a ship bound for Madagascar and a life in the wild they're not prepared for. Critics: 5-6-5-5
Man, The (PG-13) (2005) (Samuel L. Jackson, Eugene Levy) Special Agent Derrick Vann and dental supply salesman Andy Fidler make an unlikely pair when, after a series of whacky incidents and misunderstandings, they team up to catch the thug who offed Vann's partner. Critics: 5-3-5-3-3
* March of the Penguins (G - USA version) (2005) (Documentary) Actor Morgan Freeman narrates this true tale of birth, survival, dating, mating, and danger amongst Emperor penguins in the Antarctic. Critics: 9-9-8-7-8
Oliver Twist (PG-13) (2005) (Barney Clark, Ben Kingsley) Roman Polanski's adaptation of the classic Dickens tale follows a penniless orphan who is lured into a world of crime by the sinister Fagin and his gang of tiny pickpockets. Critics: 8-9-9-10-6
* Pride and Prejudice (PG) (2005) (Keira Knightley, Matthew Macfadyen) A wilful, middle-class girl, Elizabeth Bennet, who finds herself at loggerheads with prideful Fitzwilliam Darcy, a snobbish member of England's landed gentry. Wonderful adaptation.  Critics: 9-10-9-10-6
* Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio, The (PG-13) (2005) (Julianne Moore, Woody Harrelson). In order to support her family, a devoted housewife and mother of ten finds herself entering—and winning—numerous jingle-writing contests. Heartwarming stuff. Critics: 9-9-7-9
Racing Stripes (PG) (2005) (Bruce Greenwood, Hayden Panettiere) Stripes, a confused Zebra, is raised away from his natural environment and grows up believing he is a racehorse. He realises his dream of racing thoroughbreds, but only with the help of a friendly teenager. Critics: 7-5-6-5-4
Red Eye (PG-13) (2005) (Rachel McAdams, Cillian Murphy) A woman is blackmailed into assisting an assassin by her seatmate during a routine flight. A bit tedious. Critics: 8-9-8-7-7
Robots (PG) (2005) (voices of Ewan McGregor, Robin Williams) In a world populated entirely by robots, a young genius inventor named Rodney who believes his fellow robots are capable of making the world a better place, but finds his dream challenged by a corporate tyrant. Critics: 8-9-4-5-7
Sahara (PG-13) (2005) (Matthew McConaughey, Steve Zahn) An American explorer embarks on the adventure of a lifetime when he learns about a lost Civil War battleship called the "Ship of Death." Critics: 4-5-7-6-4
Sky High (PG) (2005) (Michael Angarano, Kurt Russell) It's tough if your parents are the world's most legendary heroes! Set in a world where superheroes are commonly known and accepted, a teenager tries to find a balance between being a normal kid and a superhero. Critics: 6-5-8-5-5
* Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (PG-13) (2005) (Hayden Christensen, Ewan McGregor) This third and final instalment in the Star Wars prequel trilogy chronicles Anakin Skywalker's journey towards the Dark Side. Critics: 9-7-9-5-6
* Syriana (R) (2005) (George Clooney, Jeffrey Wright) After 21 years with the CIA, an agent finds that funding is being cut, politics is winning out over reason, and, where terrorist activity is concerned, serious warning signs are being ignored. Critics: 10-9-7-7
Turtles Can Fly (PG-13) (2004) (Soran Ebrahim, Avaz Latif) Kurdish v.o. Set in a small village in Iraqi Kurdistan just before the US invasion, this Iranian production centres around a handful of orphaned children and their efforts to survive the appalling conditions of war. Critics:  6
* Walk the Line (PG-13) (2005) (Joaquin Phoenix, Reese Witherspoon) This film chronicles the rise of Johnny Cash  to the top of the country-music charts, his love affair with drink and hard living, and finally, getting right with God and marrying his true love, musician June Carter. Critics: 9-7-8-7
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (G) (2005) (voices of Peter Sallis, Helena Bonham Carter) Animated. When sabotage threatens to ruin the annual giant-vegetable-growing contest, Wallace and his loyal, newspaper-reading mutt Gromit set out to find the culprit. Critics: 8-9-10-8
War of the Worlds (PG-13) (2005) (Tom Cruise, Dakota Fanning) An American family fights for survival after Earth is invaded by Martian war machines in Spielberg’s retelling of the classic H.G. Wells novel. Critics: 8-7-5-9-6
Winter Solstice (R) (2005) (Anthony LaPaglia, Aaron Stanford) A landscape architect and his two sons try to cope with grief after wife and mother dies. When Jim meets his new neighbour, Molly, things begin to look up (or at least look different). Critics: 8-5-7-5
Zathura (PG) (2005) (Jonah Bobo, Josh Hutcherson) Two brothers engaged in a sibling rivalry find a box in the park that contains an old board game. Within another box is a game which takes them on a wild outer space adventure filled with action and peril. Critics: 6-5-7-8-6

2004 releases
Alamo, The
Around the World in 80 Days
Bobby Jones - Stroke of Genius
Bourne Supremacy, The
Chorus, The (subtitled)
Clearing, The
Day After Tomorrow, The
Ella Enchanted
Finding Neverland
Flight of the Phoenix
Garfield: The Movie
H. H. Holmes
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Hotel Rwanda
I Am David
I, Robot
Incredibles, The
Lemony Snicket's a Series of Unfortunate Events
Look at Me (subtitled)  
Manchurian Candidate, The (2004)
Napoleon Dynamite
Nascar 3-D: The Imax Experience
National Treasure
Ninth Day, The (subtitled)
Ocean's Twelve
Passion of the Christ, The
Phantom of the Opera, The
Polar Express, The
Princess Diaries 2
Riding Giants
Secret Window
Shark Tale
Shrek 2
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
Something the Lord Made
Spider-Man 2
Story of the Weeping Camel, The
Terminal, The
Touching the Void (doc.)
Twilight Samurai (subtitled)
Village, The

2003 releases
Blind Man’s Bluff (doc.)
Blind Spot (Hitler’s secretary)
City of Ghosts
Core, The
Daddy Day Care
Daniel Deronda (TV)
Darkness Falls
Door to Door (TV)
Finding Nemo
Gods and Generals
Gospel of John, The
Guys, The
Haunted Mansion, The
Hulk, The
Hunted, The
In Search of Shakespeare (Doc.)
Kitchen Stories (subtitled)
Last Samurai, The
League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, The
Lord of the Rings, The (III): The Return of the King
Love Comes Softly
Man Without a Past, The (subtitled)
Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
Medallion, The
Missing, The
Open Range
Peter Pan
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
Return, The (subtitled)
Rundown, The
Russian Ark (subtitled)
School of Rock
Secondhand Lions
Shattered Glass
Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas
Spellbound (Doc)
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over
Tears of the Sun
Together (subtitled)
Winged Migration, The (Doc.)
Whale Rider
Word Wars

2002 releases
About a Boy
Big Fat Liar
Changing Lanes
City by the Sea
Collateral Damage
Count of Monte Cristo, The
Emperor's New Clothes, The
Foyle’s War (TV) (4 episodes)
Gathering Storm, The (TV)
Harry Potter & the Chamber of Secrets
Hart's War
Ice Age
Importance of Being Earnest, The
John Q
Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie
K-19: The Widowmaker
Lord of the Rings, The (II): The Two Towers
Lost in La Mancha (Doc.)
Lucky Break
Mostly Martha (subtitled)
Mothman Prophesies, The
Nicholas Nickleby
Panic Room
Pauline and Paulette (subtitled) 
Pianist, The
Rabbit-Proof Fence
Reign of Fire
Relative Values
Road to Perdition
Rookie, The
Santa Clause 2
Son, The (subtitled)
Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron
Spirited Away
Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams
Standing in the Shadows of Motown (Doc.)
Star Wars: Episode II -- Attack of the Clones
Stolen Summer
tuart Little 2
Thirteen Conversations About One Thing
Treasure Planet
Tuck Everlasting
We Were Soldiers

2001 releases
61* (TV)
Agatha Christie’s Poirot: Murder in Mesopotamia
American Outlaws
An American Rhapsody
Band of Brothers (minus episode 9)
Behind Enemy Lines
Black Hawk Down
Cats and Dogs
Delivering Milo
Dish, The
Domestic Disturbance
Final Fantasy
Gleaners and I (subtitled) 
Harry Potter & the Sorcerer's Stone
Hearts in Atlantis
Himalaya (subtitled) 
I Am Sam
In the Bedroom
Iron Monkey
Joe Somebody
Jurassic Park III
Kate & Leopold
Lagaan: Once upon a Time in India (subtitled)
Last Castle, The
Lord of the Rings, The (I): The Fellowship of the Ring
Majestic, The
Mark Twain (TV Doc. Series)
Monsoon Wedding
Monsters, Inc.
No Man’s Land (subtitled)
One, The
Osmosis Jones
Others, The
Planet of the Apes (2001)
Princess Diaries, The
Recess: School's Out
Road Home, The (subtitled) 
Spy Game
Spy Kids
Texas Rangers
To End All Wars
Wit (TV)
Witness to Hope (Doc.)

2000 releases
42 Up (Doc.)
American President, The (TV Doc Series)
Bless the Child
Calle 54
Cast Away
Chicken Run
Dancer in the Dark
Don Quixote  (TV)
Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas
Emperor's New Groove, The (2000)
Finding Forrester
Founding Fathers (TV Doc.)
Himalaya (subtitled)
House of Mirth, The
Horatio Hornblower: The Adventure Continues (Episodes 5-6) (TV)
Horatio Hornblower: The New Adventure (Episodes 7-8) (TV)
 In the Company of Spies (TV)
Into the Arms of Strangers (Doc.)
Jazz: Ken Burns (TV Doc.)
Legend of Drunken Master, The
Men of Honor
Miracle Worker, The (TV)
Mission to Mars
My Dog Skip
Not One Less (subtitled)
Nuremberg (TV)
Oliver Twist (TV Series)
Patriot, The
Pitch Black
Proof of Life
Race Against Time (TV)
Remember the Titans
Return to Me
Road to El Dorado, The
Rules of Engagement
Shanghai Noon
Small Time Crooks
Snow Day
Thirteen Days
Tim Burton's: The Nightmare Before Christmas
Titan A.E.
Titanic Town
Up at the Villa
Vertical Limit
West, The (TV Doc Series)

1999 releases
Animal Farm (TV) (1999)
Anna and the King
Arlington Road
Autumn Tale (subtitled) 
Bachelor, The (1999)
Basket, The
Bicentennial Man
Blue Streak
Buena Vista Social Club (Doc.)
Castle, The
Color of Paradise, The (subtitled)
Crazy in Alabama
Crossing, The (TV)
David Copperfield (TV series)
Dinner Game, The (subtitled)
Emperor and the Assassin, The (subtitled) 
Endurance (subtitled)
Eternity and a Day (subtitled)
Grandfather, The (subtitled) 
Haunting, The
Horatio Hornblower: (Episodes 1-4) (TV)
Hurricane, The
Insider, The
Iron Giant, The
Jakob the Liar
Joan of Arc (TV) (1999)
Joyriders, The
Judy Berlin
King and I, The (1999)
Lake Placid
Last Days, The (Doc.)
Legend of 1900, The
MacArthur (Doc.)
Matrix, The
Minus Man, The
Molokai: The Story of Father Damien
Muppets from Space
Music of the Heart
Mystery Men
October Sky
One Man’s Hero
Princess Mononoke
Return With Honor (Doc.)
 Run Lola Run (subtitled)
Simple Life of Noah Dearborn, The (TV)
Sixth Sense, The
Star Wars: Episode 1—The     Phantom Menace
Straight Story, The
Stuart Little
Tea with Mussolini
Toy Story 2
Tuesdays with Morrie
Winslow Boy, The (1999)

1998 releases
Avengers, The (1998)
Babe: Pig in the City
Best Man, The (1998)
Black Dog
Borrowers, The (1998)
Bug's Life, A
Central Station (subtitled)
Character (subtitled)
Children of Heaven, The (subtitled)
Civil Action, A
Dancer, Texas
Dancing at Lughnasa
Deep Impact
Deep Rising
Desperate Measures
Digging to China
Down in the Delta
Dr. Dolittle
Ever After: A Cinderella Story
Four Days in September
Godzilla (1998)
Hands on a Hard Body (Doc.)
Hard Rain
Hope Floats
I'll Be Home for Christmas
Into Thin Air: Death on Everest
Lethal Weapon 4
Life Is Beautiful
Lost in Space
Men with Guns
Mercury Rising
Mighty Joe Young
Mighty, The
Moby Dick (TV)
My Giant
Negotiator, The
Newton Boys, The
Next Stop Wonderland
Odd Couple II, The
One True Thing
Parent Trap, The (1998)
Prince of Egypt, The
Quest for Camelot
Rush Hour
Saving Private Ryan
Simon Birch
Small Soldiers
Smoke Signals
Spanish Prisoner, The
Truman Show, The
Un air de famille (subtitled) 
What Dreams May Come
Wide Awake
Wonderful Ice Cream Suit, The
X-Files, The

1997 releases
Air Force One
Apostle, The
Batman and Robin
Boxer, The
Brassed Off
Cats Don’t Dance
Cold Comfort Farm
Con Air
Conspiracy Theory
Edge, The
Eighth Day, The
Fairy Tale: A True Story
Fast, Cheap & Out of Control
Game, The
Ghosts of Mississippi, The
Hercules (1997)
Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves
I’m Not Rappaport
Lewis & Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery (Doc.)
Lost World: Jurassic Park, The
Mad City
Mandela and De Klerk
Men in Black
Mortal Kombat: Annihilation
Mother Teresa: In the Name of God’s Poor
Mrs. Brown
Night Falls on Manhattan
Peacemaker, The
Ponette (subtitled)
Quiet Room, The
Rainmaker, The
Rocket Man
Seven Years in Tibet
Shall We Dance (1997)
Truman (TV Doc.)
Ulee’s Gold
Wag the Dog
Washington Square
Welcome to Sarajevo

1996 releases
101 Dalmatians (1996)
Aladdin and the King of Thieves
Arrival, The
Broken Arrow
Chain Reaction
Chamber, The
City Hall
Courage Under Fire
Dear God
Executive Decision
Family Thing, A
Fly away Home
Ghost and the Darkness, The
Hunchback of Notre Dame, The
Island of Dr. Moreau, The
James and the Giant Peach
Jane Eyre
King of Masks, The (subtitled) 
Looking for Richard
Marvin’s Room
Michael Collins
Microcosmos (doc.)
Mission Impossible
Preacher’s Wife, The
Quest, The
Riders of the Purple Sage (TV)
Sabrina (1996)
Some Mother’s Son
Space Jam
Spitfire Grill, The
Star Treck: First Contact
That Thing You Do
Thomas Jefferson (Doc.)
Trigger Effect, The
Whole Wide World, The

1995 releases
Apollo 13
Canadian Bacon
Crimson Tide
Cry the Beloved Country
Dangerous Minds
Father of the Bride II
Good Old Boys, The (TV)
Grass Harp, The
Indian in the Cupboard
Major Payne
Les Misérables (subtitled)  (1995)
Mr. Holland’s Opus
Nick of Time
Pride and Prejudice (TV 1995)
Sense and Sensibility
Sudden Death
Toy Story
Tuskegee Airmen, The
Wallace & Gromit: A Close Shave
White Balloon, The (subtitled)

1994 releases
Black Beauty
Clear and Present Danger
Client, The
Corrina, Corrina
Deep Red
Guarding Tess
Hudsucker Proxy
Imaginary Crimes
In the Name of the Father
Lion King, The
Little Women
Madness of King George, The
Paper, The
Quiz Show
Renaissance Man
River Wild, The
Santa Clause, The
Secret of Roan Inish, The
To Live
Vanya on 42nd Street
War, The

1993 releases
Age of Innocence, The
Blind Spot
Bronx Tale, A
Cool Runnings
Fugitive, The
Groundhog Day
Jurassic Park
King of the Hill
Last Action Hero
Lost in Yonkers
Man Without a Face, The
My Life
Pelican Brief, The
Remains of the Day, The
Searching for Bobby Fischer
Shadowlands (1993)
Sleepless in Seattle
Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas
Wallace & Gromit: The Wrong Trousers

1992 releases
By Way of the Stars
City of Joy 
Day in October, A
Enchanted April 
Few Good Men, A 
Forever Young 
House of Cards
Lorenzo's Oil 
Miss Rose White (TV)
Muppet Christmas Carol, The 
Of Mice and Men
Passenger 57 
Power of One,The
Pure Country
School Ties 
Sister Act
Stranger Among Us
Swing Kids
Thousand Heroes, A

1991 releases
Beauty and theBeast 
Class Action 
Curlie Sue
Dead Again 
Decoration Day
Doctor, The
Father of the Bride 
Not Without My Daughter 
Rocketeer, The 
Sarah, Plain and Tall
Separate but Equal
Shadow Makers
Terminator 2: Judgment Day 
What About Bob? 
White Fang 
Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken

1990 releases
Back to the Future Part III 
Chronicles of Narnia, The (and III) (TV)
Cyrano de Bergerac 
Dick Tracy 
Freshman, The
Green Card 
Hamlet (1990) 
Hidden Agenda (1990)
Home Alone
Hunt for Red October, The
Joe versus the Volcano
Journey of Hope (subtitled)
Memphis Belle
My Father's Glory 
My Mother's Castle 
Rescuers Down Under, The
Wallace & Gromit: A Grand Day Out

1989 releases
L’ours (subtitled)
Abyss, the 
Back to the Future Part II
Chronicles of Narnia, The (II) (TV)
Civil War, The (TV series doc.)
Dead Poets Society 
Doll’s House, A
Driving Miss Daisy 
Dry White Season, A 
Field of Dreams
Ghostbusters 2
Henry V
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids 
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Lean on Me
Little Mermaid, The
Music Box 
My Left Foot 
Navigator, The
Package, The
Queen of Hearts 
True Believer
When the Whales Came

1988 releases
Above the Law 
Bat 21 
Chronicles of Narnia, The (I) (TV)
Die Hard 
Jeweler’s Shop, The
Midnight Run
Milagro Beanfield War, The
Mississippi Burning 
Rambo III
Tucker: The Man and His Dream 

1987 releases
84 Charing Cross Road
Anne of Avonlea
Au revoir, les enfants (subtitled)  
Babette's Feast 
Cry Freedom 
Dead, The 
Escape from Sobibor
Family, The (1987)
Planes, Trains & Automobiles 
Princess Bride, The 
Raising Arizona 
Stand and Deliver 
Untouchables, The