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Breaking the Bank

Breaking the Bank

Kelsey Grammer stars as Charles Bunbury the bumbling chairman of London's historic, yet struggling, bank Tuftons, founded by the family of his wife Penelope (Tamsin Greig). The only problem is that he knows nothing about banking... When ruthless US and Japanese investment banks start circling, Charles bets it all on a risky investment but ends up breaking the bank and is booted out in disgrace. Homeless and living on the streets, Charles begins to form ...

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Dead Cert

Dead Cert

Freddie Frankham is working his way into the East End London big league with the opening of his nightclub, but soon realizes he's made a grave mistake by building it on the sacred land of Dante Livienko, otherwise known as the legendary vampire The Wolf.

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Housefull 3

Housefull 3

In the third installment of the laugh riot Housefull series, a wealthy businessman Batook Patel (Boman Irani), refuses to get his three daughters, Ganga (Jacqueline Fernandez), Saraswati (Nargis Fakhri) and Jamuna (Lisa Haydon), married. But unbeknownst to Batook, his extremely cultured daughters have another side to their personalities, each dating three men, Sandy/Sundy (Akshay Kumar) a broke footballer with a split personality, Bunty (Abhishek Bachchan), an aspiring rapper and Teddy (Riteish Deshmukh), a racer. All ...

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Jawbone

Jawbone

Jimmy McCabe (Johnny Harris), a former junior Amateur Boxing Association champion, squandered his talent trying to make a quick buck in the seedy world of unlicensed boxing and has lost his sense of direction. He is battling an addiction, adrift on a lonely journey, swimming in cheap booze. With no family or friends, and a seeming inability to accept change, it looks as though life is beating down on him. Jimmy visits the Union Street ...

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