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Certification12 Our Rating

A beautiful, witty depiction of a fantastic female poet. Terence Davies gives Dickinson the treatment she deserves, exploring how her personal life and character burst onto the page in the form of beautiful, lyric poetry. Wonderfully portrayed by Cynthia Nixon with a stellar supporting cast, it's a pure joy to watch. find out more...


Certification15 Our Rating

All six episodes of the BBC sitcom about three friends living in South London. When Donna (Sharon Horgan) dumps her dull-as-dishwater fiance, Karl (Cavan Clerkin), just before their wedding, it isn't such a big deal for her. It is for Karl, though, and the heartbreak, injustice and indignity of it all sends him spiralling into depression. With a new-found optimistic outloo find out more...


Certification12 Our Rating unrated

16 year old Billie's reluctant path to independence is accelerated when her mother reveals plans to gender transition and their time together becomes limited to Tuesday afternoons.

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CertificationPG Our Rating

Madonna doesn't try to steal the show and consequently this turns out to be an excellent film. In 1943, with the males away fighting, The All American Girls' Professional Baseball League was formed to keep the National Baseball League running. Hanks is the real star as the cynical manager/coach who learns to love his team. A comic and touching story highlighting many of the contradictions that working women face. High slush factor. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

One of the best dramas from the "New British Cinema" of the 1950s and 60s. A young Salford girl gets pregnant by a black sailor after leaving home and considers her options, while fighting off the affections of Jeff, a heart of gold with a funny face. A grittily realistic portrait of the era that will delight fans of Northern cinema. find out more...

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From director Amma Asante (Belle), starring David Oyelowo (Selma) and Rosamund Pike (Gone Girl) and set against the breath-taking backdrops of the African savannah and period London, A United Kingdom celebrates the inspiring real-life romance of Seretse Khama, King of Bechuanaland (modern Botswana), and Ruth Williams, the London office worker he married in 1948 in the face of fierce opposition from their families and the British and South African governments. One of find out more...


Certification15 Our Rating

A 35-year old woman with an unsatisfying marriage decides to up and move when her husband is killed. On the road, with 12 year-old son and whilst pursuing her childhood ambition to be a singer, she copes with life's problems and is forced to reassess her relationships with men and what she wants from them. One of the great movies of the 70s. find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

A successful actress employs a woman in exchange for her flattery, only to find her employee is scheming her way to the top at her own expense. An intelligent, bitchy script complements the fine acting, making this one of Time Out's top 100 films of all time. Won Best Picture at 1950 Academy Awards.

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Certification15 Our Rating


Certification12 Our Rating

Portman is excellent, balancing wisdom and petulance, loyalty and imposition, as Ann, a 14-year-old dragged away from Bay City, Wisconsin, in the Mercedes of her eccentric mother, speech therapist Adele (Sarandon), who's hellbent on making it to Beverly Hills. That they only get to the foothills can't be counted a real setback, nor can the compromise apartment, nor the effects of Adele's misjudged romantic liaison, nor the pressure of Ann's increasingly pertinent contribution to family argument. find out more...