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The first four films from the spy franchise starring Tom Cruise as a special agent. In 'Mission Impossible' (1996) Ethan Hunt (Cruise), an IMF (Impossible Mission Force) agent, is hunted by his own organisation after a mission in Prague goes wrong. Going to ground, Hunt enlists the help of two discredited agents to track down the real villain of the piece, a quest that takes him to the heart of CIA operations. In 'Mission Impossible 2' (2000), Hunt is charged with tracking down renegade fellow agent Sean Ambrose (Dougray Scott), who has stolen the only known supply of Bellophron - the antidote to man-made virus Chimera. Hunt enlists the help of Ambrose's ex-girlfriend, Nyah Nordoff-Hall (Thandie Newton), and, although the pair have fallen in love, Nyah agrees to return to Ambrose in order to gain information. However, Ambrose now intends to trigger off an epidemic of Chimera in order to sell Bellophron to the highest bidder and when he becomes suspicious of Nyah decides to use her as a guinea pig. In 'Mission Impossible 3' (2006), Hunt confronts the toughest villain he's ever faced - Owen Davian (Philip Seymour Hoffman), an international weapons and information provider with no remorse and no conscience. Hunt assembles his team - his old friend Luther Strickell (Ving Rhames), transportation expert Declan (Jonathan Rhys Meyers), background operative Zhen (Maggie Q) and fresh recruit Lindsey (Keri Russell) - to travel the globe pursuing Davian and rescue Hunt's love, Julia (Michelle Monaghan). Finally, in 'Mission Impossible - Ghost Protocol' (2011), when the Kremlin is bombed by terrorists, the IMF is implicated and all its team members instantaneously disavowed by the United States government. Hunt and his new team must go rogue to clear the IMF's name; but are warned that if any one of them is captured during their mission they will be charged as terrorists plotting to incite global nuclear war. Hunt seeks the help of an enigmatic former IMF agent, Brandt (Jeremy Renner), and is surprised to learn how much the shadowy figure knows about his past.
A double-bill of sci-fi horror. In John Carpenter's 'The Thing' (1982), a research team in the Antarctic, led by R.J. MacReady (Kurt Russell), discovers a spaceship buried beneath the ice, and becomes terrorised by the shape-changing monster that is housed within. In the 2011 prequel, the action is set on a research site in Antarctica three days before the action of the original story, the film focusing on the Norwegian camps that were the initial target of the alien invasion. When they discover an alien spacecraft on the site, science graduate Kate Lloyd (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) and experienced researcher Dr Sander Halvorson (Ulrich Thomsen) disagree about how to act. When Dr Halvorson refuses to abandon his research, Kate teams up with tough Vietnam veteran Sam Carter (Joel Edgerton) to pursue the alien intruders by helicopter.
All 26 episodes from the Season 6 of the third 'Star Trek' spin-off. In 'Equinox (Part 2)', Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) sets out alone to gain revenge on the treacherous Equinox crew, forcing her Voyager subordinates to act against her. 'Survival Instinct' sees Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan) ambushed by three strangers while the rest of the crew are on shore leave. In 'Barge of the Dead', a seriously injured B'Elanna Torres (Roxann Dawson) is on the boat which ferries Klingon souls to the afterlife when she manages to escape - only to see her mother taken in her place! 'Tinker, Tenor, Doctor, Spy' sees a group of aliens tapping into Voyager's computer prior to making an attack. In 'Alice', Tom Paris (Robert Duncan McNeill) restores a vintage starship to her former beauty, but becomes so infatuated with the spacecraft that he ignores a possible scheme for murder and theft. 'Riddles' sees Tuvok (Tim Russ) attacked by a deadly alien force, and stripped of many of his vital powers. In 'Dragon's Teeth', Seven of Nine inadvertently revives an ancient and dangerous power after taking refuge on a radiation-riddled planet. 'One Small Step' sees the Voyager uncovering the truth about the disappearance of a Starfleet hero 300 years previously. In 'The Voyager Conspiracy', Seven of Nine discovers plots aplenty when she overdoses on data from an alien technology. 'Pathfinder' sees former USS Enterprise crewman Reg Barclay (Dwight Schultz) hitting upon a novel method of contacting the Voyager crew from 24th Century San Francisco. In 'Fair Haven', Captain Janeway finds herself attracted to a nineteenth century Irish barman she encounters as part of a holodeck program. 'Blink of an Eye' sees the crew of Voyager placed in danger on a planet where time moves hundreds of times faster than normal. In 'Virtuoso', the Doctor (Robert Picardo) becomes a singing star when his vocal talents are discovered by an alien race. 'Memorial' sees Neelix (Ethan Phillips), Kim (Garrett Wang), Chakotay (Robert Beltran) and Paris experiencing shared dreams of an alien war after returning from an away mission. In 'Tsunkatse', the Voyager crew participate in a cruel, hand-to-hand combat sport while on shore leave. 'Collective' sees Seven of Nine forced to negotiate when Chakotay, Kim, Paris and Neelix are taken hostage by a group of immature Borg children. In 'Spirit Folk', the Holodeck community of Fair Haven come to the conclusion that the Voyager crew are spirit beings. 'Ashes to Ashes' sees a former Voyager shipmate who was killed in an attack years earlier resurrected and back on board as an alien. In 'Child's Play', the Voyager crew rescue a child from assimilation by the Borg. 'Good Shepherd' sees Janeway taking three misfit crew members under her wing on an away mission. In 'Live Fast and Prosper', Janeway and the Voyager crew discover that a band of fraudsters have been posing as them in order to steal from local traders. 'Muse' sees B'Elanna Torres stranded on a primitive planet, with the only help available in the form of a playwright who wishes to use her as his muse. In 'Fury', a vengeful Kes (Jennifer Lien) returns to Voyager, determined to turn her former shipmates over to the diseased Vidiian race for use as body parts. 'Life Line' sees the holographic doctor crossing over to the Alpha Quadrant when he learns that his creator, Lewis Zimmerman (Robert Picardo), is terminally ill. In 'The Haunting of Deck Twelve', the Voyager crew experience a series of disquieting and potentially life-threatening incidents and accidents when the ship becomes trapped in a dark nebula. Finally, 'Unimatrix Zero (Part 1)' sees Seven of Nine experiencing her first dream.
All 26 episodes from the fourth season of the first 'Star Trek' spin-off. In 'The Best of Both Worlds 2' Picard has been assimilated by the seemingly unstoppable Borg, and Riker risks destroying his friend and captain when he launches an attack on the enemy cube. 'Family' sees Picard recuperating from his ordeal back on Earth with his resentful older brother, while Worf receives a visit from his adoptive human parents and Wesley views a message from his late father. In 'Brothers' Data takes control of the Enterprise when he is summoned by his 'father', Dr Noonian Soong, in order to be fitted with an emotion chip. 'Suddenly Human' finds Picard attempting to decide what to do with a teenage human boy who has been raised by a group of Talarians. 'Remember Me' sees Beverly convinced that people are going missing from the Enterprise as a result of her son Wesley's warp field experiments. 'Legacy' finds the crew embroiled in civil war when they visit the home world of Ishara, the sister of their deceased colleague Tasha Yar. In 'Reunion' Worf is reunited with his former mate, K'Ehleyr, and son Alexander when Picard is asked to intercede in the Klingon accession. 'Future Imperfect' sees Riker recovering consciousness after succumbing to a strange gas, only to discover that he is apparently fifteen years into the future and now an admiral, about to arrive on a Romulan warbird. In 'Final Mission' Wes Crusher is accepted to Starfleet Academy and takes Picard on one last away mission. 'The Loss' has ship's counsellor Deanna Troy lose her empathetic powers just as the Enterprise approaches a race of two-dimensional lifeforms. 'Data's Day' sees the android first officer recounting his typical day, describing his attempts to understand a variety of human emotions as he helps Chief Miles O'Brien prepare for his impending wedding. 'The Wounded' finds Picard forced to intervene when a renegade captain launches an attack on the Federation's former enemies, the Cardassians. In 'Devil's Due' the population of Ventax II turn to Picard for help when the 'god' Arda arrives to enslave them - according to the terms of a contract they made with him for one thousand years of peace. 'Clues' sees the entire Enterprise crew (except Data) lose one whole day of memory after passing through a wormhole. In 'First Contact' Riker is stranded on a planet whose inhabitants are fearful of and even hostile towards alien life forms. 'Galaxy's Child' has Geordi disappointed when his alterations to the Enterprise do not meet with ship designer Leah Brahms' approval. 'Night Terrors' sees the crew plagued by hallucinations when they become trapped in a space rift. 'Identity Crisis' finds Geordi compelled to return to a planet he once visited as part of a survey team when all the other members of the team vanish. In 'The Nth Degree' Barclay's intelligence is rapidly enhanced, and it continues to grow by the minute, causing him to try and bring the Enterprise to the centre of the galaxy. 'Q-Pid' has both Q and Vash return, this time in a recreation of the Robin Hood legend, where Picard is Robin, Vash is Marion, Q is the Sheriff, and Worf, despite his protestations, is one of the merry men. In 'The Drumhead' a Klingon working on board the Enterprise is found to be in league with the Romulans; this leads the respected-but-bigoted Admiral Satie to start a witch-hunt for other conspirators. 'Half A Life' sees the Enterprise crew encounter a race who decree that ritual suicide should be undertaken by all those reaching the age of 60. 'The Host' finds Dr. Crusher falling under the spell of a Federation ambassador, but when he is injured and needs her medical attention, she makes a discovery which causes her feelings to change pretty quickly. 'The Mind's Eye' has Geordie kidnapped by the Romulans and brainwashed into the assassination of a Klingon governor. 'In Theory' sees Data encounter more illogical human emotions when an Enterprise cadet falls in love with him. Finally, in 'Redemption', the Klingon Empire is teetering on the brink of civil war and the Romulans are taking more than a passing interest in the power struggle.
Box set featuring all the big screen 'Star Trek' adventures. 'Star Trek - The Motion Picture' pits Kirk's crew against a mechanised menace; 'The Wrath of Khan' revives an enemy from the original series; 'The Search For Spock' sends Kirk on a quest to find Spock's body; 'The Voyage Home' sends the whole crew back to 1984 to retrieve two whales; 'The Final Frontier' was a quest to find God; 'The Undiscovered Country' is set at the time of an outbreak of peace between Starfleet and the Klingons; 'Generations' brings together two generations of Enterprise crews under the command of Jean Luc Picard; 'Star Trek First Contact' sees the Next Generation crew attempt to prevent the relentless Borg from altering Earth's history; 'Star Trek Insurrection' finds Picard and his crew violating the prime directive when they attempt to protect the peace-loving planet of Ba'ku from being exploited by the alliance; and in 'Star Trek Nemesis' Picard is sent to negotiate with the new Romulan leader Shinzon on behalf of the United Federation of Planets.
First of the big-screen 'Star Trek' spin-offs to feature the crew of 'The Next Generation'. Captain James T. Kirk (William Shatner) reluctantly comes out of retirement to attend the launch of the 'Enterprise B'. When the ship attempts to rescue two cargo ships trapped in a strange electrical field, part of its structure is shorn away - taking Kirk with it. Seventy-eight years later, 'Enterprise D' captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) is mourning the deaths of his brother and nephew when he is called to investigate an attack on the Amagosa Observatory. The culprits turn out to be Picard's old adversaries, renegade Klingons Lursa and B'Etor, allied with sinister El Aurian scientist Dr Soran (Malcolm McDowell). Soran was amongst those rescued by the 'Enterprise B', and is now desperate to return to the energy field - called the Nexus - which claimed Kirk's life. When Picard himself enters the Nexus, an historic encounter results...
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