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CARANCHO (2011)

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A photoshopped idyll of middle class American family life is how this sob fest begins (I ain't giving anything away, this is by the same author as ‘Notebook' for crying out loud). One of the daughters has cancer, so the parents deliberately have another child to provide a donor, said donor reaches an age when she becomes less enamoured about constantly going under the scalpel for her older sis and takes her parents (in particular the obsessive/deranged mum) to court for a stab at freedom (see wh find out more...

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Hanks deservedly won an Oscar for his portrayal of a brilliant young lawyer with AIDS, is sacked for "incompetence", and sues his bosses. Denzel Washington is superb as the homophobic brief who helps him fight the system. Excellent and thought-provoking. find out more...

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Based on the true story of a former tobacco employee who turns whistle-blower. The Insider is a gripping thriller, with a couple of scorching performances from Russell Crowe as the man in question and Al Pacino as a television producer determined to bring to the publics notice the corrupt and duplicitous machinations of a corporate giant. A powerful and absorbing movie. find out more...

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Newman is in Oscar winning form as a drinking, failing lawyer who insists on taking a no-hope malpractice case to trial rather than accepting a handsome out of court settlement. Castigated by those around him he seems on the road to failure, but, against all good sense, he keeps on trying and goes for broke. Convincing rather than realistic, emotive rather than analytical, this is a devastating judgement on the US judical system.

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Vera Drake, is one of the kindest, most selfless individuals any right thinking person could hope to meet, the mother of two grown up children, the wife of a loving husband, she works as a cleaner and is the epitome of a warm hearted decency. Vera is not just devoted to her family however, in the little spare time available to her she helps young girls terminate unwanted pregnancies and, though she takes no payment, this is 1950s Britain and the consequences for her actions, should she be discov find out more...