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AZUMI (2003)

Certification18 Our Rating

'Azumi' is a frantic CGI-assisted Japanese period drama from cult director Ryuhei Kitamura starring pop siren Aya Ueto as a teenage assassin who begins the film as the only girl among 10 warriors who have been trained from childhood by Jiji, a grey-bearded samurai. One day, Jiji tells them they must pass a final test before they embark on the mission they have prepared for all these years. He pairs them up and the five that survive, led by Jiji, descend from the mountain that is the only world t find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

The heroes are back; Chapter One 'Four Months Later...'; Claire, HRG and family try to lie low in their new town, Matt and Mohinder are now guardians of Molly, Kaito and Angela receive death notices, Nathan is in a very dark place, Peter is alive and in Ireland. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Luc Besson attempts an interpretation of the mad French heroine of the title, who believes it's her destiny to lead France to victory against the horrible English, but instead got sold to them when it suited her erstwhile fellow nationals. Lots of action and lots of mental self flagellation with a barbecue at the end. find out more...
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)

CertificationPG Our Rating

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...
ROB ROY (1995)

Certification15 Our Rating

Neeson dons a kilt to play Scotland's legendary hero in this rousing Highland adventure. John Hurt plays the arch enemy Marquis he must defeat, and Roth is magnificently over the top as the cunning henchman out to destroy the MacGregor clan. Breathtaking scenery and some full-on battle scenes. find out more...

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Another reworking of Daniel Defoe's classic novel sees "Bond" taking the role of the shipwrecked mariner. Robinson Crusoe is a pacey and entertaining adaptation of this timeless adventure. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Set in remote north-west China at the birth of the Qing Dynasty in the late seventeenth century. A new law has banned martial arts on pain of death, and an army of bounty hunters, led by balding psycho Fire-Wind, targets Martial Village, where rebel lovers Wu and Han have won the friendship of a retired executioner who convinces to seek help from a master swordsmen from distant Mount Heaven. He agrees, sending four of his disciples to assist them, but as they lead the village to a safer place, t find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Gordon Liu's directorial debut, now a cult classic in its own right, has an awesome opening sequence and oodles of stunning find out more...