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Certification15 Our Rating

The story of a Broadway choreographer under such pressure to be top of the Bill that success could cost him his life. A film that is really a meditation on love, life, death and personal priorities. The real standout is the vibrant editing and music - long before MTV coopted the fast and loose cutting styles that make it hard to focus, Fosse put it to good use. He doesn't just cut for shock value, he cuts WITH the music, creating images that go right into your inner rhythm somehow. Brilliant ent find out more...
GREASE (1978)

CertificationPG Our Rating

A high school musical which ripped off everything it could from the 1950s. At the time it was slated, but, in retrospect, it started a trend and is nowhere near as bad as some of the movies which followed it. In fact, one could go as far as to say it's now a bit of a classic... find out more...
LAGAAN (2001)

CertificationPG Our Rating

Central India 1893, and the villagers of Champaner have just been informed by the local British commander that the enforced tax (Lagaan) is to be doubled. One young man stands up to colonial authority, pleading that any increase will cripple the community, and the nasty Brit in charge gives him one option, win a game of cricket, which the Indians have never before played, against the colonials and the tax will be scrapped, lose, and it will be tripled. Will the village cripple, the last man in, find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

The amusing story of a cockney flower girl taken in by an elocution teacher and taught to mix with the aristocracy. An entertaining and escapist little story, with several classic catchy songs, which won Best Picture at 1964 Academy Awards. Shaw detested this lighthearted version of his play "Pygmalion". find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Taken from Pete Townsend's rock "opera" of teenage frustration and rebellion set amongst the mods and rockers battling it out on Brighton beach in 1964. Brilliantly recreates the atmosphere of the time and has a great sound track. Speed fighting, speed, casual sex, speed, bike chains and speed. find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

Deneuve's first film, and winner of the 1964 Cannes Palme d'Or. Shopgirl Genevieve is left pregnant, when her mechanic boyfriend is sent to war, and marries the rich and honourable man who can give her a decent life. A blissful romance ‘Umbrellas' makes escapist play with the stuff of kitchen-sink social realism and every line of dialogue is sung to Michel Legrand's melodious score. Essentially a story of true love lost, elevated by its magical simplicity. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

A modern day, (well it was when it was made), version of Romeo and Julliet except this one includes dance routines and rumbles. Won Best Picture at 1961 Academy Awards. find out more...