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Certification15 Our Rating

Michael Clayton is a 'fixer' working for one of New York's most prestigious corporate law firms, Kenner, Bach & Ledeen, where he takes care of the dirty laundry, handling anything from hit-and-runs, damaging stories in the press to shop-lifting wives and crooked politicians. Discontented and disillusioned with his career, a divorce, a failed business venture and mounting debt have left Clayton inextricably tied to the job. So when a colleague suffers a psychological breakdown that threatens to s find out more...

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After years struggling through law school part-time, New York cop Sean Casey (Andy Garcia) finally joins the district attorney's office. When he wins his first case in spectacular fashion, he's well on his way to becoming a big-shot prosecutor, but his illusions are shattered when he discovers the case was based on dodgy evidence. This superb drama see's him forced to examine his consience in the cold, grey light of the real world. find out more...

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One of Stanley Kubrick's earliest films, Paths of Glory is a seminal anti-war movie. Set during the First World War, the French general staff give the order for Colonel Dax (Douglas) and his men to attack a particularly well fortified German position. The order is little more than authorised suicide and when the remanants of Dax's men return, the high command, looking for something to distact from their murderous incompetence, decide to court-martial three of the surviving soldiers. The outra find out more...

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Smooth, but low end operator Mickey Haller is chauffeured around Los Angeles in his Lincoln, cutting deals and finding clients in his four wheeled office. Then he lands a doozy: a rich real-estate heir accused of the brutal assault of an escort. At first, the case looks like a money spinning breeze, but odd details start nagging at Haller until he recognizes an ugly connection to an earlier case, and with it the realisation that he's been set up. This is a movie that cruises on charm and smar find out more...

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David Fincher seemed an odd choice when it was announced a film was to be made charting the early years of Mark Zuckerberg's creation of Facebook. Who could have predicted that partnered with writing ace Aaron Sorkin they could create a modern masterpiece of drama? 'The Social Network' is just that; compelling, relevant, insightful and hugely entertaining. Eisenberg's performance is a marvel in itself, creating a repulsive sociopath who is simultaneously hugely sympathetic, while the Winklevoss find out more...

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Newman is in Oscar winning form as a drinking, failing lawyer who insists on taking a no-hope malpractice case to trial rather than accepting a handsome out of court settlement. Castigated by those around him he seems on the road to failure, but, against all good sense, he keeps on trying and goes for broke. Convincing rather than realistic, emotive rather than analytical, this is a devastating judgement on the US judical system.

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