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Certification15 Our Rating

Wisteria Lane is a pretty, affluent cul-de-sac nestled away in a corner of American suburbia. Quietly innocuous you would think, but behind these closed doors and twitching curtains lies a neighbourhood seething with insecurities, adultery, lust, loathing, bigotry and even murder... welcome to the world of the 'Desperate Housewives'. Sharply scripted, witty, well cast and deliciously implausible this hugely successful series is insidiously addictive... you have been warned. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Like a self-induced version of ‘Stepford Wives' the series continues its increasingly surreal progress (I mean it's narrated by a dead woman for god's sake!), but the characters are so well drawn and the story lines so darkly witty that to watch it is to become addicted… regardless of your gender. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Erin Brockovich is an unemployed, single mum with little education or prospects only her gift for the gab and no bullshit attitude keep her above water. Having blagged her way into a law firm she stumbles across a cover up which has left a small community poisoned. The further Erin digs the more obsessed she becomes, and dragging her initially reluctant law firm in with her she prepares to do battle for one of the largest direct-action settlements in American legal history. Similar in style, and find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

A lovingly created homage to the melodramas of the 1950s sees Frank and Cathy Whitaker's picture perfect marriage masking a relationship based on lies. A blossoming friendship with the black gardener and a husband whose fallen in love with another man leave Cathy shunned by her friends and neighbours, her outwardly idylic world finally revealed for the sham that it is. Far from Heaven looks stunning, the recreation of the period nothing short of immaculate, but I have never been a fan of 1950s m find out more...

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Small-town girl Muriel is fat, frumpy, belittled by friends and family and absolutely desperate to get married. When she seizes a chance to hit the bright lights of Sydney, she's well on the way to changing her own destiny. Wickedly funny and often cruelly sad, but always hugely enjoyable. A delight! find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

Mona’s teenage life defines the word ‘crap’, not tragic, just without hope; her brother is the only family she has left and he’s found God in the same obsessively sociopathic way that he originally found booze, while a weekly hump in the back of a van with a married man actually constitutes fun rather than repetitive sexual abuse. Into this world wanders Tamsin, pretty, pretentious, spoilt but ignored and with a dangerous sense of mischief born of arrogance and naivety. An intense relationship b find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Justine Last works on the cosmetics counter at a store in small town America, married and in her thirties she's becoming painfully aware that life is not going to invite her to the party, but when Justine begins an unlikely affair with her cute but unstable co-worker she sees for the first time an opportunity to escape her dead end existence. The Good Girl is a kooky comedy drama that pulls out of Aniston her best performance to date, enjoyable and considering the basic genre of romantic comedy find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Two best friends leave their Arkansas town for a weekend break, but become fugitives before crossing the state line. As the police get closer the friends grow farther away from the women they were when they first left town. Their hair comes down as they take to the fugitive life but they grow ever out of control of their own situation. Wrongly hailed as an anti-man flick upon its original release, this feminist classic has become a landmark in the history of film. Davis and Sarandon were duall find out more...