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Certification12 Our Rating

A ballet dancer wins the lead in "Swan Lake" and is perfect for the role of the delicate White Swan, Princess Odette, but slowly loses her mind as she strives to subsume, at the behest of the director, the personality of the Black Swan, Odile. Once again Aronovsky returns to his familiar themes of obsession and addiction (see also 'Requiem For A Dream', 'Pi' and 'The Wrestler') and has created an enigmatic and frustrating film. Audiences have been divided over the degree of success he achieve find out more...


Certification15 Our Rating

Three geezers each in pursuit of the woman of their every day reality and all sharing the common ground of a salsa club that the three ladies frequent. Born Romantic is a strong British comedy in that increasingly distinctive 'gritty' style, A bit flawed as a whole but with some genuinely hilarious moments. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

Another installment of bliss out for those with a break dance bent, this time Turbo and Ozone fight to save their local community centre against a greedy developer. find out more...
BREAKIN' (1984)

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Kelly wants to become a dancer, but she becomes increasingly bored of the stale styles at her school. When Kelly meets Turbo and Ozone, two of the best break-dancers around she decides this is the dance style for her. Breakin' is a simple story of new talent and ideas versus the establishment, David and Goliath style, but is really about the breathtaking moves at breakdancing's peak. find out more...

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Lalita is a feisty young woman from a respectable, traditional Indian family, Mr Darcy is a charming, wealthy American abroad, when the two meet it's contempt at first sight, but this being a romantic comedy first impressions swiftly give way to mutual attraction, all be it one based on relentless verbal parry and misunderstanding. Bride and Prejudice is a contemporary Bollywood, Hollywood reworking of Pride and Prejudice, complete with dance numbers. Easy going, good-natured fluff. find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

Two New Yorkers holidaying in the Scottish Highlands stumble across an enchanted village that exists in this world for only one day every one hundred years. In the short time available to them love blossoms for one of the Americans and a local lass, but how can the couple hope to continue when only a few hours remain? An adaptation of the 1947 Broadway musical, Brigadoon is magical Technicolor splendour, a classic Minnelli musical and an explicit statement about (and partial criticism of) the no find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

You may not recognise the girls from the first two films, but the concept is identical. A group of plucky young cheerleaders fight adversity, bigotry and groin injury in what one can only hope is the third movie in a trilogy. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

6.5 'Life Serial'; Buffy's powers are tested by Andrew and co, who seek to expose and exploit her weaknesses. find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

All-singing, all-dancing musical extravaganza with a cast completely composed of mind-bogglingly talented children. Scott Baio is sinisterly covincing as the legendary gangster while Jodie Foster shows more than a glimmer of her Oscar-winning talent as his moll. Funny and hugely entertaining. find out more...
CAREFREE (1938)

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One of the last of the Fred Astaire Ginger Rogers song and dance extravaganzas and unusual if only because Ginger falls for Fred rather than the other way around. Irving Berlin is still the man behind the lyrics, and the chemistry between the two stars remains alive and kicking. Musical numbers include Since They Turned 'Loch Lomond' into Swing, I Used To Be Color Blind, The Night is Filled With Music, The Yam and Change Partners. find out more...