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List Of 1997 Films

Really quite a good year for film, make sure to check out the sci-fi classic 'Gattaca'.

List Of 1997 Action Films

Back in the glory days of explosions and car chases, some proper 90s action.

George Clooney Thrillers

While his Romantic-Comedies display a warm, goofy side, Clooney can also pull off cutthroat lawyever, grizzled soldier, and suave assassin. Don't believe us? Check out this list of his very best thrillers, including 'Ocean's Eleven' and 'Gravity'.

George Clooney Movies

It seems like everyone is getting voted the sexiest man alive these days, but with Clooney the title holds weight. Comedy, drama, or adventure - ladies, prepare to swoon!

'Affleck's Arrived': The Batman Collection

Watching a couple Caped Crusader classics really drives home just how gritty Nolan made the franchise. Still, whether you're in the mood for a goody-two-shoes in tights or a tortured vigilante with half a drump-truck's worth of gravel in his throat, you're bound to find something in this complete collection of Batman's biggest big-screen hits.

Arnie Action

The man with the best war-cry in hollywood! When you're craving an Arnie flick, nothing else is going to hit the spot - so tuck in to this collection of his complete filmography, including sci-fi classic 'The Terminator', seminal 80s sword and sorcery flick 'Conan the Barbarian', or high-octane crime thriller 'The Last Stand', for something more recent.

'Movies Like Batman Forever': Classic Marvel and DC Movies

The greatest superhero flicks from yesteryear based on Marvel and DC comics. You don't need CGI to battle for truth, justice, and the American way!

'Movies Like Batman and Robin': Superhero Golden Oldies

Batman, Superman, Darkman - basically all the Men - feature on this list of classic superhero movies, which make up for their unavoidable lack of CGI with fantastic costumes, great stunts, and larger than life characters. Make sure to check out none other than Shaquille O'Neal in 1997 hit 'Steel'!

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