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Certification12 Our Rating

Peter Yates' Oscar-winner is a heart-warming coming-of-age story that has also taken its place as the greatest sports movie about cycling ever made. Four friends graduate from high-school and find themselves looking at an uncertain future in small-town America. Dave's passion is cycling and his dream is to be a world-class champion like the Italians he idolises. His passion for cycling takes on new meaning when he and his friends face a team from the local college in the town's annual bike ra find out more...

CABARET (1972)

Certification15 Our Rating

The brilliant musical based on Christopher Isherwood's stories of pre-war Berlin about the romance between a naive young Englishman and a wild, erratic and struggling nightclub artiste. Great sets, stunning musical numbers and brilliant performances from all concerned!

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DEVDAS (2002)

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Devdas is a man destroyed by an act of lustful weakness that parts him from his true love forever (of course if she'd done it she'd just be slapper and he'd eventually get over his grief and find an even truer love). Only the arrival of sweet death will bring him his release and Devdas asks only that he can see Paro, the light of his life, before he departs the mortal world. 'Devdas' is a lush Bollywood epic; hugely enjoyable and so chocolate box sentimental if you ate one you'd probably die fro find out more...

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A musical comedy about a blood-thirsty plant (voice, care of Levi Stubbs) from Outerspace seems a touch unlikely, but this is just what this movie is! Finding the plant, Audrey, shoots shop assistant Rick Moranis to fame and fortune - but the answer to his problems soon starts to create more of them. Good family fun!

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A musical satire on WW1. Patriotic songs of the period are brilliantly parodied and the lunacies of war are portrayed as a series of games played by the upper classes - Haig playing leapfrog and conducting battles from a helter-skelter, losses reflected on cricket scoreboards, while the working classes are massacred on the front line. Scores of well-known faces, brilliant. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Nick is an ironworker who repairs bridges and is at heart a good man. Kitty is his wife, a dressmaker and a strong but gentle woman, together they have three daughters. Unfortunately Nick is having a torrid affair with a buxom redhead, the extrovert Tula, a secret that is about to be shared with his outraged family. Imaginative, witty, touching and beautifully performed, John Turturro's directorial debut is a delightfully quirky affair. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

It's the off-season at the lonely Beauregard Hotel in Bournemoth, and only the long-term tenants are still in residence. Life is stirred up, however, when the beautiful Ann Shankland arrives to see her alcoholic ex-husband, John Malcolm, who is secretly engaged to Pat Cooper, the woman who runs the hotel. Meanwhile, snobbish Mrs Railton-Bell discovers that the kindly if rather doddering Major Pollock, played by David Niven, who won an Oscar for his performance, a retired officer who likes to find out more...


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Just simply the best musical ever made. Witty, inventive, brilliant, wonderful and slightly surreal, managing to parody Hollywood without ever quite descending into self-parody.

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Certification18 Our Rating

Tim Burton brings Stephen Sondheim's musical prodigy to the big screen and as you'd expect he does a beautiful and atmospheric job of it. Both Depp and Carter revel in the opportunity given to them and the tale has a gloriously dark, gruesomely humourous tone, which brings me on to my own personal issues… the modern musical; much of the the of dialogue in Sweeney Todd is sung and there is just so much lilting 'mockney' cockney I can take. I can accept this is hugely entertaining film, it's just find out more...

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Yes, the Hills are still alive with the sound of everyone's favourite musical. Based of the true story of the singing Von Trapp family, and you can sing along with all your favourite things. Won Best Picture at 1965 Academy Awards. A superb film that's not just for nuns! find out more...