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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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CertificationPG Our Rating

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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CertificationPG Our Rating

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...

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...