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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...
AMELIE (2001)

Certification15 Our Rating

Amelie has led a sheltered existence under the anally eccentric tutelage of her over protective parents. When Amelie finds work in a small Paris cafe her life continues in its own introverted fantasy until she discovers a tin box of memories and suddenly she sees her purpose, to bring happiness into the lives of others. In the pursuit of her good deeds Amelie becomes fascinated by a collector of discarded photo booth pictures, but as the possibility of love looms she begins to retreat from the i find out more...

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Brilliant, moving, funny and beautiful, a truly wonderful film. Bates is superb as the frustrated Alabama housewife, liberated by Tandy's tales of her childhood memories of the irrepressible Idgie and the demure Ruth. Their adventures will enchant and delight you. WATCH THIS FILM. Best of the year!! find out more...

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Diana Guzman (newcomer Michelle Rodriguez) is about to be expelled from school after her third fight of the term. When her father pays for her brother to take up boxing, he gives Diana the lessons, behind their father's back. Determined to prove to everyone, especially her father, that she has what it takes to become a boxer, Diana becomes entrenched in the male-dominated world of boxing. Of course she kicks butt and falls in love but the predictability is all forgiven by Rodriguez's breakthr 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...
SILKWOOD (1983)

Certification15 Our Rating

The true story of Karen Silkwood, a worker at the Kerr-McGee nuclear plant in Cimarron, Oklahoma, who becomes aware of cover-ups about the dangers to her and her fellow workers and gets immersed in fighting her bosses for safety rights. The film very effectively mixes her personal life, ex-hubby, boyfriend, lesbian mate, child custody, heart to hearts, and her political struggle. Eventually she discovers she has a highly radioactive fridge and they are out to get her. Meryl Streep is again brill 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...