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LE BOSSU (1997)

CertificationPG Our Rating

A sumptuous swashbuckler, with romance, swordfights and a slyly subtle wit. It's 1699, and dashing young blade Lagardere (Daniel Auteil) becomes the best friend of the fabulously wealthy Duc de Nevers (Vincent Perez) who must produce a legitimate heir. Loitering with intent is Nevers's treacherous cousin, Count Gonzague, who rather fancies a bite of the cherry, and is prepared to do anything to get it. An excellent, highly entertaining adaptation of Paul Feval's novel. find out more...
LE BOSSU (1959)

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Set during the height of the French aristocracy, Le Bossu is a classic swashbuckling romp, thick with skulduggery, revenge and some fantastic swordsmanship. A rip roaring period adventure. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Jack's back after an unholy union of ‘friends' and rogues save him from Davey Jones' locker. In this final instalment the pirates must form an unlikely brotherhood to defend their carefree existence from the dastardly and ruthless British. Unfortunately for us this means a whole wad of Keira Knightley, she even gives a rousing speech to the rabble before battle, a delivery that brings to mind one of those handbag dogs being garrotted by its own collar. An enormous running time, a god awful score find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

According to Chinese legend Fong Sai-Yuk was trained in the martial arts by his mother Miu Tsui-Fa, daughter of Miu Hin, one of the Five Elders who escaped the destruction of the Shaolin Monastery by the Qing Dynasty. While still in his early teens, he accepted an open challenge from Tiger Lu and killed him. find out more...

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Trouble is a brewing in the land of the Musketeers as the cardinal and his right hand man plot to bring about the collapse of the French King by manipulating a war between Britain and France. Only D'artagnan and his fellow swordsman stand in the way of this dastardly act, can they save the day, or will the French Revolution be pre-empted? The Musketeer has some quite amazing fight choreography courtesy of the Hong Kong masters and the film is lushly shot, but it lacks the humour and warmth of pr find out more...