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CertificationU Our Rating

An enduring and endearing romance with Grant and Kerr as two people who inadvertently fall in love aboard ship, despite both being already involved elsewhere. They vow to meet again, but things don't work out as planned. Romantic. find out more...

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Five assorted rogues gather for a boat trip to East Africa hoping to enrich themselves on an undeveloped uranium lode; also booked on the boat is a pompous English fool and his gorgeous wife. Comic mayhem develops in this film noir (specifically 'The Maltese Falcon') spoof, everyone's after the dosh and romance develops
This film has achieved minor cult status and has more than its share of knowing jokes and references. find out more...

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Grant is in uncharacteristic mode as a skiving, drunken bum seeing out WW2 on a South Sea island. Bribed into coast watching for the Aussie Navy, he takes to his task quite happily until the arrival of a shapely French schoolteacher and her seven small charges. A light-hearted saccharine romance. find out more...

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Singing and dancing from Fred and Ginger, songs from Irving Berlin. We Saw The Sea, Let Yourself Go, Get Thee Behind Me Satan, I'd Rather Lead A Band, Let Yourself Go, I'm Putting All My Eggs In One Basket and Let's Face The Music And Dance are the classic song and dance routines - a total treat. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Finn is a loveable, charming, financially bankrupt treasure hunter, on the hunt for a lode known as the "Queen's Dowry", which was lost at sea in 1715 in the Bahamas. Finn teams up with his ex-wife and they are a joined by an altruistic, frightfully English billionaire and his daughter, but a local gangster is also after the gold and that spells trouble. A very likeable, very forgettable adventure/romance/comedy held together by a bunch of actors who you suspect just couldn't resist the film's g find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A delightful and highly acclaimed drama that tenderly depicts the plight of a small group of Italian soldiers marooned on an idyllic and isolated Greek Island during WW2. They all become entranced by its beauty and people, as the War rolls on without them. Superbly filmed, lighthearted and romantic. 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...
SPLASH (1983)

CertificationPG Our Rating

What can you do if you find the girl of your dreams and she turns out to be a mermaid? A neat romantic comedy and a fine film for all the family. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

15-year-old Oliver Tate has two objectives: To lose his virginity before his next birthday, and to extinguish the flame between his mother and an ex-lover who has resurfaced in her life. 'Submarine' is a melancholic comedy, and would slip easily into a boxset with 'Rushmore', 'Scott Pilgrim' and 'Harold and Maude'. Richard Ayoade's debut is extremely well-crafted, less cynical and more mature than you might expect from an alumnus of dark British comedy.

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