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The Birds - a classic directed by Alfred Hitchcock (7.7/10 IMDb)
The rather spoilt Melanie Daniels is out shopping in San Francisco when she runs into Mitch Brenner. Mitch is looking for birds to give to his younger sister for her birthday. He recognises Melanie but pretends to mistake her for a sales assistant. Infuriated, Melanie decides to buy the birds right from under his nose. From that point on, Melanie is continually plagued by swarming birds.
Birdman - awarded four Oscars (7.8/10 IMDb)
Birdman tells the story of actor Riggan Thomson (Michael Keaton). Once world-renowned for his role as an iconic superhero, the actor is now grappling with a new Broadway play. In the run-up to the opening night, he battles his own ego and tries to get his family, his career and himself back on track.
Thunderbirds (are GO) - (6.5/10 IMDb)
Zero X, the first manned expedition to Mars, crashes during lift-off from Earth, as a result of sabotage. Two years later, a second attempt is made to launch a Zero X to Mars. The government calls on International Rescue to ensure the security of the mission, even though no emergency yet exists.
To kill a Mockingbird - awarded three Oscars (8.3/10 IMDb)
Atticus Finch is a lawyer in a racially divided town in Alabama in the 1930s. He agrees to defend a young black man, accused of raping a white woman. Many of the town's residents try to convince Atticus to withdraw from the trial, but he is determined to continue.
The Birdcage - Oscar nominated (7.0/10 IMDb)
Although Armand does have a son (Val), he is openly gay. The young boy was raised by two fathers who own a nightclub together, where Albert performs as a drag queen. Their son Val is now engaged to the daughter of Kevin Keely, a senator who would never give his blessing to the marriage if he knew Val's parents were both men. That would create a scandal and he wouldn't want anything to do with that. Val asks his father to pretend to be straight, just this one time.