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Certification15 Our Rating

The very beginning of this super slick slice of super spydom introduces us to Sydney, a graduate student who finances her studies as an agent for the elite sub-division of the CIA, SD-6 as you would if you could. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Lucy Fife Donaldson says: "Mark Wahlberg is pulled back into the smuggling business when his brother-in-law falls foul of a no-good gang, run by Giovanni Ribisi (who looks and sounds the meanest he has yet). What follows is a fairly standard, but no less fun for it, caper of heist plans and double (double) crosses that goes to Panama and back. If you can’t fall for the easy charm of Wahlberg, not to mention the wiry charisma of Ribisi and Ben Foster, then this is unlikely to be of much find out more...


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Will Smith wipes that grin off his face and plays it straight in this paranoid action/thriller. If you watch this waiting for Will to break into song you'll be disappointed, but it's got all the impressive stunts and big explosions you'd expect from a Jerry Bruckheimer production. Will plays a lawyer who has a brief encounter with an old college pal in a lingerie shop. So when the lawyer finds himself bugged, unemployed, and hunted by men in black he's determined to find out why. Taking more find out more...


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This film, which sparked off the reactionary Rambo series, is a gem. Stallone plays a skilled jungle fighter, who finds himself a social outcast on his return from Vietnam, and makes war with the authoritarian uniformed forces whom he once represented. Both cool on action and politically PC, a must watch for those who think the Rambo character was purely a demented racist imperialist with a ridiculously accurate gun. find out more...

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Scrat’s pursuit of the nirvana acorn causes yet another continental cataclysm which plunges our three bestest buddies into yet another perilo find out more...


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Certification18 Our Rating

Black Mamba was a member of one of the most lethally efficient assassination teams the world has ever know, but when she's beaten to within an inch of her life and then shot in the head at her own wedding by her former comrades in arms, the bond would seem to be well and truly broken. Snapping out of a coma four years after this traumatic event Mamba has only one thing on her mind, retribution, and the bloodier the better. Kill Bill Vol 1 is a mind warpingly visceral affair, with Tarantino resor find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

The second half of Tarantino's homage to Honk Kong Chinese action movies, preposterous 70's TV, martial art, Manga... (I could go on, but you get the drift) is slightly more gobby than Kill Bill Vol I - which with a Tarantino script can only be a good thing. The resurrected Bride is considerably closer to wish fulfilment, having offed nearly half of her former colleagues in the first film, the opportunity to slash Bill a new orifice is looking good, and if there's one thing she doesn't lack, it' find out more...

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When Po's long-lost panda father suddenly reappears, the reunited duo travels to a secret panda paradise to meet scores of hilarious new panda characters. But when the supernatural villain Kai begins to sweep across China defeating all the kung fu masters, Po must do the impossible-learn to train a village full of his fun-loving, clumsy brethren to become the ultimate band of Kung Fu Pandas.

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CertificationPG Our Rating