Our top three rented films
Spike Lee wrote, directed, produced and starred in this classic drama from 1989.
Utterly unique drama from 1999 starring John Cusack about being inside the head of John Malkovich.
Daniel Kaluuya stars in this groundbreaking horror drama from 2017.
Japanese drama from 2020 based on the real events of the 2011 tsunami.
Family entertainment from 2010 about a young Viking who teams up with a dragon.
Australian drama from 2019 about Candice, a 12 year old girl on a mission.
The story of the non-confirmist piglet who gains acceptance from the other farmyard animals.
Action adventure from Steven Spielberg, and one of cinema’s greatestbox office hits.
Even the youngest dinosaur fans will enjoy this charming adventure about Littlefoot and his friends.
Heartwarming classic about Elliott and his alien pal.
From 2010, Gru gets into his stride as the criminal mastermind we all love.
Gru abandons family life to track down a supervillain.
Gru’s encounter with his long-lost twin brother reminds him just how good it feels to be bad.
Available on Monday
Costume drama starring Emma Thompson, Dakota Fanning, Julie Walters, Robbie Coltrane and Greg Wise
Documentary about the remarkable untold story of electronic music’s female pioneers.
Available 3 May
Four women who had their lives were dramatically altered through their loves of boybands: Take That, One Direction, The Backstreet Boys and The Beatles
Available 7 May
A rapper on the cusp of stardon is struck down by an illness which threatens his career. Heartbreaking performance from Riz Ahmed.
Available 4 May
When a pizza delivery driver’s moped is stolen, he must scour London to find it. Involving drama about survival in an unforgiving world.
£5.99, reduced from £9.99
Our most-rented film since launch – the first documentary entirely in Gaelic, filmed on the Western Isles.
£4.99, reduced from £9.99
A powerful, funny and highly original look into the conflicted psyche of a fiercely independent millennial woman – played by two actresses simultaneously.
£4.99, reduced from £9.99
Angelina Jolie and David Oyelowo star in poignant children’s drama inspired by Wonderland and Neverland.
Rentals cost between £3.49 and £10, and we review the price of every film to ensure it is both fair for you and cost effective for us. And remember that your payment helps to support the Screen Machine service because a portion of every payment comes to Regional Screen Scotland, the organisation that owns and operates the Screen Machine.
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