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Certification15 Our Rating

1999 and Sierra Leone is in the midst of civil war, the rebels infamously using an army of indoctrinated children to do their genocidal work. In the midst of this bloodshed two unlikely men are drawn together, one a desperate father whose son has become a rebel soldier, the other a self-serving white Rhodesian mercenary in search of an immense uncut diamond. The two are bound together by their wildly divergent, but inextricably linked, quests and it is here that the action of the film lies as th find out more...

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South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker offend everyone from the neo-conservative Bush administration to the Hollywood liberal mouthpieces as they set about defending the world from villains, despots and anyone else who offends their gung-ho sensibilities. So it's goodbye to the reds, the mullahs and the bleeding heart liberals bye-bye Paris, bye-bye the Pyramids, and bye-bye WMD toting Arabs. Team America is a work of utterly over the top genius, crass, tacky, neon-lit, pom-pom-waving find out more...

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A gripping, Oscar nominated, reconstruction of the rise of the Baader-Meinhof Group, a bunch of radical terrorists who rose in the mid-70s using military means, arson, bank raids, assassinations and kidnappings, to attempt the overthrow of the German state, many of whose personnel had their roots in the country's Nazi state. find out more...

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A disturbing and emotionally cathartic account of the hijacking of the fourth of the 9/11 planes. Told with great verve we follow the stories of both the abductors and their captives and the chaos in the civilian and military air-control rooms. While the terrible truth dawns on the passengers, those on the ground watch helplessly as the terrible events of the day unfold. As for political comment, Brit director Paul Greengrass makes no overt judgement; we just observe an initial reaction amongst find out more...