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Certification15 Our Rating

Many people consider this to be superior to Scorsese's recent remake; Mitchum is superb as the sadist, newly released from jail and determined to exact a hideous revenge on the prosecutor (Peck) that sent him down. This aroused enormous controversy when first released in Britain in 1963. find out more...
HOFFA (1992)

Certification15 Our Rating

Nicholson follows the success of "A Few Good Men" with a gritty performance as Jimmy Hoffa, controversial American Union leader. A hero in the eyes of many, a crook to the FBI and an enigma to all, Hoffa's turbulent tale unfolds skilfully under DeVito's direction. Gripping stuff. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating


Certification15 Our Rating

Germany, 1954; teenager Michael Berg becomes ill on his way home and is helped by Hanna, a taciturn, but attractive woman twice his age. When recovered Michael returns to her apartment to thank the stranger for her kindness he swiftly finds himself involved in a furtive, impassioned affair. As this relationship intensifies Michael discovers Hanna's love of being read to. When Hanna disappears without a trace the young lad is left confused and bereft. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Adapted from a story by Stephen King, this is the best prison movie you'll ever see. A city banker's life is changed forever when he receives a double life sentence in the notorious Shawshank prison. Freeman is superb as the old-timer who befriends him. A powerfully uplifting tale with a twist. find out more...
VICTIM (1961)

Certification12 Our Rating

The police are after Jack Barrett, he has stolen 2,300 from the building construction firm that employs him as a wages clerk in an attempt to pay off his blackmailers. While on the run Jack tries desperately to get in touch with Melville Farr (Dirk Bogarde), a prosperous young barrister, but he is caught before they can meet. In his panic and despair Jack commits suicide while in custody, but Farr is now hopelessly involved and realizing the exposure of his earlier life is inevitable he decid find out more...