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Certification15 Our Rating

Sheridan and Lewis team up once more in this rightly acclaimed story of the injustice suffered by the Guildford Four. Some liberties may well have been taken with Conlon and Hill's story, but it makes for riveting, gut-wrenching viewing. Absolutely brilliant dramatisation that should have won Oscars. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

We follow young Jamal on the long dangerous land journey from a refugee camp on the Pakistan Afghanistan border thru' Iran, Turkey, Italy and France to the new Mecca; London. Minimalist in dialogue and very naturalistic. Superb. find out more...
MAGNOLIA (2000)

Certification18 Our Rating

A tour de force with a stellar cast, events unfold over the period of just one day as a series of apparently random characters, from a game show host too an ex-boy genius, weave into each others lives through chance, circumstance and even divine intervention. 'Magnolia' is a drama of the highest order with both comic and very dark touches, some fine performances and an absorbingly intricate story line. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

Chihiro is moving to the country with her family, and she's not happy, but before they even reach their new home they come to a dark and foreboding tunnel gateway. Victim to her father's curiosity Chihiro finds herself in a fantastical world, a bath house for the Gods ruled by a sinister sorceress. Chipper, brave and resourceful Chihiro must begin a journey to save those dearest to her and return to the land which she knows. Spirited Away is mesmerising, the imagination and uniqueness of the sto find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Powerful World War 2 epic, nominated for seven Academy Awards and boasting a top-quality cast. Set in the Pacific, this beautifully shot drama follows the lives, and deaths, of an American army rifle company through months of battles as they attempt to capture an otherwise idyllic island from the Japanese. Some truly tense action during the men's various missions, but this is basically a moral tale of the horror and futility of war. Nick Nolte is particularly good as a big, bad and possibly unhi find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

Fantastic Oscar winning film portraying the jury in what appears to be an open and shut murder case. Only Fonda expresses any doubt against the guilty verdict, and combined with the observations of an older man he begins to call the evidence, the witnesses, and the legal system into doubt. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

A superbly tense and atmospheric thriller. Four desperate men agree to transport some highly volatile explosives across three hundred miles of South American wilderness. The incredably perilous nature of their journey brings out the true nature of the men, as they fight for their lives and sanity. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

This story of a man as he reflects upon his life and begins to perceive his mortality. As he travels to Lund to receive an honorary award after 50 years of medical practice, a professor finds himself repeatedly affected by intrusive dreams and hallucinations that expose his darkest fears. He slowly comes to realize that the choices he has made in the past created a cold and empty life, devoid of real meaning or value. Finally, he achieves redemption and reintegration through forgiveness and the find out more...