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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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Franny and Jane and Christine all have money, Olivia does not. Formerly a teacher, Olivia is now smoking pot and cleaning houses. But her struggle mirrors her friends' in more ways than they'd like to admit. Writer/director Nicole Holofcener comes up trumps again with witty and intelligent dialogue in this film and a human pace which takes time to revel in awkward situations and real life tribulations. Much like in 'Lovely and Amazing', she takes what might seem mundane and somehow makes it univ find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

A stunning dramatisation of the mesmerising life and ultimately tragic times of Edith Piaf, the ‘little sparrow'. The singer's life is beautifully evoked, as is the time, while Marion Cotillard in the central role is perfection. A moving and marvellous delight.....'Je ne regrette rien'. find out more...

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An observational documentary focussing on the editor-in-chief of American Vogue Magazine, Anna Wintour, and following the putting together of the magazine's largest ever edition: the September 2007 issue. Consistently involving this is an excellent insight into both the fashion industry and the world of Wintour, whose story has been waited for ever since 'The Devil Wears Prada' first hit the bookstores and then the big screen. find out more...

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Four culturally diverse families prepare for thanksgiving somewhere in the leafy suburbs of LA, one Vietnamese, one Jewish, one African American and one Hispanic. What's Cooking has a witty and touching script that concerns itself as much with the generational divide as it does the specifics of race, culture or sexual orientation but it is the shimmeringly liberal attitude displayed by all the characters in reference to race and culture that deprives the story of any real bite, perceptive and en find out more...