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CHAPLIN (1992)

Certification15 Our Rating

Robert Downey Jnr demonstrates his prowess by giving a riveting performance as the little master. The cast delivers despite a disjointed narrative, and Chaplin's fall from grace, brought down by McCarthyism is very moving. Kevin Kline is excellent as the flamboyant Fairbanks Jnr. find out more...

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A landmark in the history of the cinema; it was ranked Number 1 in the American Film Institute's 100 greatest films of all time in two polls (1998 and 2007) of more than 1,500 film industry movers and shakers and again by UK directors in a BFI poll. "Citizen Kane" narrates the rise and fall of a newspaper tycoon driven by a childhood obssession and is loosely based round the life of William Randolph Hurst, who tried to have it banned, but incorporates elements from the lives of other fat cats il find out more...

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Jon Nguyen directs this documentary which explores the life and career of renowned film-maker and screenwriter David Lynch. With the aid of extensive interviews with Lynch himself, the film gives an intriguing insight into the director's formative years and recounts some of the experiences which helped shape his later work. While candidly providing a detailed account of some of his early films, Lyn find out more...

DOMINO (2005)

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Domino Harvey is not your archetypal Hollywood socialite, to begin with she genuinely hates the world she was born into and despite, or perhaps in part because of, her mother's horror she signs herself up for the world of bounty hunting. As a ruthless rough and ready gun totting adventurer Domino finally, ironically, finds some kind of peace and with her colleagues a family that she genuinely feels she belongs with. Very loosely based on the real life escapades of Dominic Harvey and directed by find out more...

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Jason Scott Lee puts in an excellent performance as the legendary Bruce Lee, made all the more impressive by the fact that he had no previous martial arts training. Stunning fight sequences and a sensitive storyline make this a fascinating portrayal of the life of the great master. find out more...
ED WOOD (1995)

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Stylish biopic of Ed Wood who, since his premature death has gained the dubious moniker of being Hollywood's worst ever film director. With his motley crew of TV horror queen, Swedish wrestler, washed up junkie, Bela Lugosi et al, this transvestite gave us treats like "Plan 9 From Outer Space". Fab. find out more...

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Arriving into the chaos of mid-60s New York, Edie is taken under the dubious wing of Andy Warhol, who sees in her untamed vulnerability the makings of an irresistible muse. Warhol invites Edie into the wild world of 'The Factory', where a rag-tag mix of musicians, poets, artists, actors and misfits gather to create avant-garde movies by day and throw glam parties at night. Edie quickly ascends to become the star of Warhol's movies, an idol at The Factory and a media darling, but, when she falls find out more...

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Six years after leaving her profession to marry Prince Rainer III of Monaco, Grace, now the mother of two children, considers returning to the movies when she gets approached by Alfred Hitchcock. Meanwhile, a conflict breaks out when French President Charles de Gaulle threatens to invade the principality and Grace must choose once and for all between her life as a film star and her role as princess.  find out more...


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A timely look at the playwright John Osborne who redefined British theatre in 1956 with 'Look Back In Anger'. Using previously lost material from his plays, 'The Entertainer', 'Luther', 'Inadmissable Evidence', 'Epitaph for George Dillon', 'A Patriot for Me', talking heads too numerous to mention, from the cream of British thespianism, and recollections of Osborne himself, this is a fascinating insight into a genuinely angry man and his defining body of work. find out more...