Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel star in this offbeat romantic comedy, the feature debut of music video director Marc Webb, which chronicles 500 days in the on/off relationship of Summer (Deschanel) and Tom (Gordon-Levitt). While Summer steadfastly refuses to believe in true love, asserting that real life will always get in the way in the end, Tom has thrown caution to the wind and fallen hook, line and sinker in love with her. Where can their so-called relationship lead? £2.99
Tenth anniversary edition of the Shakespeare-inspired teen comedy drama. On his first day at his new school Cameron (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) falls head over heels for the gorgeous Bianca (Larisa Oleynik). However, he has a slight problem: Bianca is not allowed to start dating until her grumpy older sister Kat (Julia Stiles) has a boyfriend too. Cameron decides to act as matchmaker for Kat, and sets her up with a mysterious and moody loner (Heath Ledger) who may be the only guy in town who could put up with her. This version contains bonus footage which has taken the British certificate from a 12 to a 15.
Australian comedy horror. Reg (Damon Herriman) and his brother Lindsay (Angus Sampson) run a small business, making and selling blood and bone fertilizer. With their supplies getting short Reg decides to take three tourists - Sophie (Anna McGahan), James (Oliver Ackland) and Wes (Jamie Kristian) - back to his plant where he plans to grind their bodies and turn them into fertilizer, hoping to get Lindsay's approval in the process. However, Reg feels an attraction towards Sophie and begins to have second thoughts, angering the brutish Lindsay... £9.99Buy Now100 Bloody Acres
Comedy starring Matthew Perry and Zac Efron. In 1989, Mike O'Donnell (Efron) is a popular high school senior, a star on the basketball court and looking forward to a bright future at college and beyond. But everything changes when he learns that his girlfriend Scarlett (Allison Miller) is pregnant, and he gives up his college place to settle down with her and bring up their baby. 20 years later, things are not going too well for the 37-year-old Mike (Perry): he is separated from Scarlett (Leslie Mann), living with his billionaire best friend Ned Freedman (Thomas Lennon), his career at a pharmaceutical company is at a standstill, and his relationships with his teenage children are practically non-existent. Mike is unexpectedly given the chance to rewrite the script of his adult life when he finds himself miraculously transformed back to the age of 17. But how will he fit in with the class of 2009?
Julie Delpy writes, directs and stars in this romantic comedy, a sequel to her 2007 film '2 Days in Paris'. A few years have passed since the events of the last film and Marion (Delpy) has split with Jack. However, they share custody of their toddler son and Marion is now living in New York City with Mingus (Chris Rock), a radio show host with a young daughter of his own. The couple's domestic bliss is disrupted by the arrival of Marion's eccentric father, Jeannot (Albert Delpy), and tough cookie sister Rose (Alexia Landeau), along with an unexpected addition to the party, Rose's sometime-boyfriend (and Marion's ex), Manu (Alexandre Nahon), who have all come to town for Marion's debut photography exhibition opening, where she is planning to sell her soul to the highest bidder as a conceptual art piece.
Bill Moseley stars in this comedy sequel, loosely based on the 1964 horror classic 'Two Thousand Maniacs'. When eight college drifters set out for Florida for the spring break holiday, they find themselves waylaid in the remote town of Pleasant Valley, where they are invited as guests of honour to the town's annual 'Guts n Glory' celebration barbecue. But before they know it they are being picked off one by one as flesh fodder for the town's cannibalistic residents. £7.99Buy Now2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams
Miles Teller and Justin Chon star in this comedy written and directed by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, screenwriters of 'The Hangover'. The night before the medical school interview that will determine his entire future, a promising college student is dragged out by his two oldest friends to celebrate his 21st birthday. But as one beer leads inevitably to another, the evening spirals into a grand misadventure of mayhem and debauchery that will have far-reaching effects for the whole trio. £7.99Buy Now21 and Over
Action comedy starring Jesse Eisenberg as Nick, a pizza delivery boy who is coerced into becoming a criminal. Crooks Dwayne (Danny McBride) and Travis (Nick Swardson) kidnap Nick to use him in their plot to rob a bank. With a bomb vest strapped to him, Nick has a limited time in which to carry out the task. He enlists the help of his friend, Chet (Aziz Ansari), to find a way out of his dilemma but time is running out fast... £6.99Buy Now30 Minutes Or Less
After being dumped by his girlfriend, web designer Matt Sullivan (Josh Hartnett) begins to get panic attacks whenever he is about to have sex, and as a result decides to give it up for lent. His co-workers find this very amusing, and begin taking bets on whether Matt will be able to live up to his vow; something which proves especially difficult for the young man when he meets new girl Erica (Shannyn Sossamon) at the laundrette, and promptly falls for her. What will Erica think when she finds out about Matt's vow? And how will he fare when his ex-girlfriend decides to do her best to get him back? £7.99Buy Now40 Days and 40 Nights
Offbeat comedy about a young man coming to terms with cancer. Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars as Adam, a sweet-natured radio scriptwriter in his late twenties who is diagnosed with a rare form of spinal cancer and given a 50/50 chance of survival. With the help of his girlfriend (Bryce Dallas Howard), his best friend (Seth Rogen), his mother (Angelica Huston), and a trainee therapist at the cancer clinic (Anna Kendrick), Adam begins to discover what really matters in life. £9.99Buy Now50/50
Simon Pegg stars in this low-budget British comedy about a writer whose research into Victorian serial killers has rendered him an emotional wreck. Jack (Pegg) is a highly-strung and over-sensitive artist whose paranoia has reached such heights that he can no longer leave the house without carrying a carving knife just in case someone tries to murder him. When his agent informs him that a Hollywood executive is interested in his latest script, 'Decades of Death', and tells him that he must prepare himself for this important meeting, a string of unlikely events is triggered that leads to Jack being finally forced to face up to all of his worst and wildest fears. £6.99Buy NowA Fantastic Fear of Everything
Marlon Wayans stars in this comedy that spoofs the 'found footage' horror genre. Over the moon that his girlfriend Keisha (Essence Atkins) has decided to move in with him, Malcolm (Wayans) takes the opportunity to record the event for posterity. The couple, however, soon find themselves beset by a phantom spirit that makes its presence felt in some distinctly un-phantom like ways. With his sex life plummeting, Malcolm decides to enlist the help of a clutch of paranormal healers, including a gay psychic (Nick Swardson) and a recently released ex-con exorcist (Cedric the Entertainer). £7.99Buy NowA Haunted House
Loosely inspired by the England documented in 'The Canterbury Tales', 'A Knight's Tale' tells the story of William (Heath Ledger) a young squire with a talent for jousting. When his master dies somewhat prematurely William sets off with his friends, and an unknown writer called Chaucer (Paul Bettany). Chaucer agrees to forge documents that will 'prove' William's status as a knight and hence his eligibility to enter jousting competitions. Romance and fighting soon ensue in this historico-comedy with a contemporary rock soundtrack. £7.99Buy NowA Knight's Tale
Romantic comedy starring Kate Hudson and Gael Garcia Bernal. Marley Corbett (Hudson) is a dying woman with a big fear of falling in love. Soon after being diagnosed with cancer, Marley meets her match in Julian (Bernal) and finds the prospect of losing romantic control much more frightening than death itself. The film co-stars Kathy Bates as Marley's mother and Whoopi Goldberg as God. £3.99
Seth MacFarlane co-writes, directs and stars in this comedy western. Cowardly farmhand Albert Stark (McFarlane)'s girlfriend Louise (Amanda Seyfried) has recently left him for local mustachioed dandy Foy (Neil Patrick Harris) after he ran away from a gunfight. Determined to prove his worth, he then seeks the help of Anna (Charlize Theron), the mysterious new girl in town who just happens to be a dab hand with a pistol and the two begin falling for each other. However, when Anna's notorious outlaw of a husband Clinch Leatherwood (Liam Neeson) rides into town, their blossoming relationship is put on hold while Albert prepares for the inevitable showdown... The supporting cast also includes Giovanni Ribisi and Sarah Silverman. £7.99Buy NowA Million Ways to Die in the West
Black comedy from the Coen brothers. Set in 1967, the film stars Michael Stuhlbarg as Larry Gopnik, a Midwestern physics professor whose settled and secure life begins to spiral after his wife Judith (Sari Lennick) reveals she is leaving him for his arrogant associate Sy Ableman (Fred Melamed). Larry struggles to cope with the failure of his marriage and the unlikelihood of his unemployed brother Arthur (Richard Kind) getting a job and moving out of his house. At the same time, his son Danny (Aaron Wolff) is in trouble at school while his daughter Sarah (Jessica McManus) is stealing money from his wallet. As Judith and Sy begin to set up home together Larry begins to receive anonymous letters from someone looking to ruin his chances of tenure at the university, while a failing student is trying to both bribe Larry and sue him for slander. In need of help, Larry seeks out the advice of three rabbis... £6.99Buy NowA Serious Man
The third full-length feature film in the hit stoner comedy series. Six years on from the last madcap adventure of duo Harold Lee (John Cho) and Kumar Patel (Kal Penn), the boys have drifted apart and are both preparing for their respective Christmas celebrations. But when a mysterious package turns up at Kumar's door on Christmas Eve, his attempt to redirect it to Harold's address ends with both its high-grade 'Winter Wonderweed' contents and Harold's father-in-law's prize Christmas tree going up in smoke. £15.99Buy NowA Very Harold and Kumar Christmas
Richard Curtis writes and directs this British comedy about a young man who discovers he can time travel. Following yet another uneventful New Year's Eve Party, 21-year-old Tim (Domhnall Gleeson) learns a life-changing secret from his father (Bill Nighy). It seems that the men in Tim's family possess the unique ability to travel in time by simply entering a dark space, clenching their fists, and imaging the place they want to be. Armed with this knowledge, Tim decides to leave rural Cornwall behind and move to London to become a lawyer, and in the process, find love. All seems to be going well when he meets and falls for the dazzling Mary (Rachel McAdams), using his newfound abilities to help win the day. But when a mishap in the time travelling manoeuvre threatens his future happiness, Tim soon comes to realise that, above all else, it's how you live your life in the present that really matters. £7.99Buy NowAbout Time
Collection of three British romantic comedies. In 'About Time' (2013), following yet another uneventful New Year's Eve Party, 21-year-old Tim (Domhnall Gleeson) learns a life-changing secret from his father (Bill Nighy). It seems that the men in Tim's family possess the unique ability to travel in time by simply entering a dark space, clenching their fists, and imagining the place they want to be. Armed with this knowledge, Tim decides to leave rural Cornwall behind and move to London to become a lawyer, and in the process, find love. All seems to be going well when he meets and falls for the dazzling Mary (Rachel McAdams), using his newfound abilities to help win the day. But when a mishap in the time travelling manoeuvre threatens his future happiness, Tim soon comes to realise that, above all else, it's how you live your life in the present that really matters. In 'Love Actually' (2003), eight stories involving the love lives of more than a dozen characters are brought together over one Christmas and climax on Christmas Eve; from the recent widower Daniel (Liam Neeson), the failing marriage of Karen (Emma Thompson) and Harry (Alan Rickman), the aging rocker (Nighy) who just wants to get paid (and laid if possible), through to the Prime Minister (Hugh Grant) falling for a member of Number 10's staff (Martine McCutcheon). In 'Notting Hill' (1999), Anna Scott (Julia Roberts) is the world's most famous movie star, whilst divorcee William Thacker (Grant) owns an ailing travel bookstore in his local neighbourhood of Notting Hill. One day Anna buys a book from William's shop and later collides messily with him on a street corner. She accompanies him home to clean herself up, and from there springs an unlikely romance. However, the path of true love is littered with obstacles, not least the media, the adoring fans and the differences in their lifestyles. £12.99Buy NowAbout Time/Love Actually/Notting Hill
Tina Fey and Paul Rudd star in this romantic comedy centred on the unexpected life changes that befall a priggish university admissions officer. Portia (Fey) maintains an outward veneer of calm and efficiency in the exalted position she holds, selecting the chosen few deemed suitable for Princeton University. But when she agrees to meet former college classmate John (Rudd) at his alternative-run school out in the sticks, her carefully constructed life begins to unravel. John believes that one of the gifted students that he's championing for Princeton, Jeremiah (Nat Wolff), is actually the child that Portia had adopted back in her college days. As Portia struggles with the ethics of helping to further Jeremiah's academic progress, a growing romance with John soon threatens to throw a spanner in the works of her hitherto orderly life. £5.99Buy NowAdmission