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Like wow, lets drop some acid (older members may remember what that was) and watch the pyschedelic sequence. To boldly go were no man has..... whoops wrong movie. find out more...

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The original and still the best. Glenn Ford plays the outlaw Ben Wade whose capture leads to a desperate and dangerous mission for the poor rancher, Dan Evans, who is charged with bringing the renegade to justice on the 3.10 train to Yuma. find out more...

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Their U-boat having been blown out of the water by the Canadian air force, six German survivors find themselves on a desolate peninsular of Northern Canada, their only hope, to hijack the Allied plane that has been sent to capture them. This Second World War propaganda film by Michael Powell, intended to encourage a still isolationist America into battle, has to be one of the most intelligent and thoughtful films of its kind, an attempt to understand hearts and minds, regardless of their side, r find out more...

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A wonderfully adapted film based round the exploits of Cicero, aka Elyesa Bazna, the Albanian born valet (Mason at his best) of the British ambassador to Turkey, who sold secrets to the Germans during 1944. The valet's gentlemanly pretensions are put to the test in this tale of espionage and romantic intrigue. Ace.

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8 1/2 (1963)

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The story of a director, devoid of inspiration and on the verge of a nervous breakdown, trying to satisfy the anticipation surrounding his next project. Surreal, serio-comic mildly autobiographical and widely acclaimed as one of the great films about movie-making. Fellini's masterpiece. find out more...

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Three characters: a land girl, a US and a UK sergeant, all arrive on the same train in a small wartime Kent village and set out to catch the local malcontent, the 'glue man'. The three of them start to explore the area to discover and expose him but then they get engrossed in the history of the area and the tales of The Pilgrim's Way. The local magistrate is a regional historian, and a very mysterious character, who leads them further into the mystery. A superb depiction of the tensions that ari find out more...

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The sister who drinks too much, the daughter who divorces too much, they're both there with Tobias and Agnes for a little get-togetherů and tear-apart. 'A Delicate Balance' was Edward Albee's first Pulitzer Prize winning play and in it he examines the same waspish middle-class America which he explored to such caustic effect in 'Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?' find out more...

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An adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's play, which caused such a scandal with its critical stance on marriage. The film was shot entirely on location in Norway and features a haunting score by Michel Legrand. find out more...

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The original and best adaptation of Hemingway's sweeping WW1 novel. Cooper positively smoulders as the US ambulanceman who falls in love with an English nurse and finally goes AWOL to join her only to find, tragically, that he may be too late. Oscars for Best Cinematography and Sound. find out more...

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Part 1 of Wajda's trilogy of wartime films, the hopeful one, is set in Wola, a working-class area of Warsaw in 1942, and deals with the graduation of a bunch of semi-delinquent street kids, through individual acts of defiance and courage, into a youth resistance group. The heroism is not simple, neither loyalties nor self-sacrifice are assured, but united they will be. find out more...