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CertificationU Our Rating

One of Hollywood's saddest heartbreakers with the emotional Garland, fast approaching her final crack-up, superb as the fast rising young star leaving behind her true love, Mason in one of his greatest performances, on the slippery road to failure. The DVD version includes important excised footage, many scenes admirably filling gaps in the original, rediscovered in archives. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

A rip-roaring musical, this is great fun and delivers everything it sets out to do. A celebration of life, love and family, it features stylishly choreographed dance numbers and lovely performances from Amitabh and Jaya Bachchan. Rohul is the adopted heir to a Delhi business empire and totally loyal to his family until he falls for a girl whom his father does not approve. This rebellious love affair tears the famliy apart and it takes three of the youths to club together to try and reuntite the find out more...

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A stirring and emotionally dramatic epic revolving around the ideal of the Hindu mother figure. The defiant heroine battles famine, flood, a fiendish moneylender and sundry tragic accidents in the ceaseless struggle to raise her sons and retain the family's few acres. Perhaps THE classic early Bollywood and representing a male dominated world that succeeds in being considerably more positive in its depiction of women than beliefs at the time might lead you to expect. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

The story of a young couple, bored of each other and their marriage, going out on the town and finding partners to fulfil their romantic fantasies. But could they already have what they're looking for? A romantic musical, with brilliant sets and great music from Tom Waits and Crystal Gayle, terrific looks, walls dissolve, scenes play in wry tandem, and the dance routines move nimbly into neon-tinged fantasies. A sequence of brilliant tableaux, a tale of love lost and refound, spun with high-tech find out more...

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A modern day, (well it was when it was made), version of Romeo and Julliet except this one includes dance routines and rumbles. Won Best Picture at 1961 Academy Awards. find out more...