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Certification15 Our Rating

An enjoyable adaption of Helen Fielding's bestselling book. We follow our heroine on her increasingly desperate search for someone to love who loves her right back and whose closet merely houses clothes rather than skeletons. 'Bridget Jones's Diary' is a fun and slick romantic comedy very much in the tradition of Notting Hill. find out more...
CARAMEL (2007)

Certification15 Our Rating

Six women seek love marriage and companionship in this sweet-natured tale set round a beauty salon in Beirut. Beautiful young Nisrine is engaged to headstrong Bassam, but is worried about not being the virgin she's supposed to be. Divorced, middle-aged, part-time model Jamale fears the process of ageing. Quiet Rima seems more attracted by other girls, particularly Siham, a client who flirts with her. Thirtysomething Layale is having an affair with a married man, but has caught the eye of the goo find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

It's 1950s America and recent graduate Katherine Watson has been employed by a prestigious, but archaic, girls' school as their new art history teacher. Katherine however is keen to teach way beyond the set curriculum, she feels it her duty to expand the minds of her repressed pupils and drag a reluctant social strata into the modern world. 'Mona Lisa Smile' is not unlike 'Dead Poets' Society', ruthlessly adept with the emotional manipulation, intense and earnest but head crunchingly shallow; yo find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

An excellent film about 4 women, (virgin, wife/mother, widow and divorcee), who are close-knit friends. Bonny Johnny Bon Jovi is the widow's first crumpet, (can't live with 'em, can't live without 'em), and he stirs up the household in this comic, saccharine free emotional tale. Great script and performances. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

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...

Certification12 Our Rating

Two sisters, egged on by their father and scheming uncle, vie for Henry VIII's eye; one would become his mistress and one his second wife, one would be executed and one would live to a ripe middle-age. Intrigue, betrayal, incest and homosexuality are thrown in - this is history as soap opera and middle brow melodrama based round a best-selling novel rather than historical fact. There's no sex, no dirt, little of the real politics of the time, but the costumes are sumptuous and the film pretty. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Now in their 40s and 50s (eek how time flies!) and full of self-pity, Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha take time off from their ever so daunting life problems for a quick trip to Abu Dhabi, where they blatantly fart in the face of local values.
Not exactly an advert for feminism, but many of you fans of the series and the first film will want to see what happened next. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Three years have passed, it's the summer after freshman year, and the film starts by recapping the key events of the missing years. As before we follow the adventures of the four young girls as they keep in touch after going their separate ways. Passable chick flick stuff, though not as good as the first one, and still, culturally, very much from a land a very big ocean away. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

Set in a small town in the Deep South, the Steel Magnolias of the title are six very different women who have a special friendship which spans age, status and social differences. Fine performances all round from the star-studded cast in this touching and witty human drama. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Andy Sachs has landed a job that most of those interested in such things would kill for, she's the assistant to legendary (and legendarily tyrannical) New York fashion editor Miranda Priestly; but as Andy struggles to keep pace with the outrageous demands of her boss she's in danger of losing sight of what's really important to her. "The Devil Wears Prada" is a comedy very much in the same vein as the Bridget Jones franchise so anyone expecting satire will be sorely disappointed, though it is pe find out more...