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CertificationU Our Rating

Sophie is a young hat maker and though less than satisfied with the life allotted to her she is resigned to her fate. When the wicked witch of the waste transforms her into an old woman however, the world Sophie had expected disappears forever. Finding refuge in the bizarre moving Castle of the wizard Howl, Sophie embarks on a fantastical adventure that will shape the destiny of the world. The latest film from the master animator Hayao Miyazaki Howl's moving Castle is a beautifully rendered flig find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

RAN (1985)

Certification15 Our Rating

Ran, Kurosawa's last great epic, is a Jidaigeki (Japanese period drama) depicting the fall of Hidetora Ichimonj, an ageing Sengoku-era warlord who abdicates as ruler in favor of his three sons. His kingdom slowly disintegrates as the sons struggle for power, murdering rivals and laying waste to the land, and Hidetora goes insane after watching his retainers slaughtered in an epic massacre, the centrepiece of the film. As the kingdom crumbles and rival warlords move in for the kill, the Ichimonji find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

A must see for anyone under 14 when it was released in the early eighties, it has finally been released onto DVD for those Generation X-ers to get nostalgic over. It features a gang of kids, The Goonies, in search of Uncle Willie's treasure. They need to save their town from developers but end up trying to save themselves from a family of escaped convicts determined to get to the treasure first. It's a swashbuckling adventure film full of gadgets, skeletons and Indiana Jones style humour. A clas find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

A superb modern-day fairy tale, with everything you could want; princes, pirates, villains, heroes and miracle workers. What makes this really shine is that it manages to combine highly effective adventure and self-parody, and thus is sure to entertain everybody, kids and adults alike. This film is well good. find out more...