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Certification15 Our Rating

Al Gore finds life after the politically crushing embarrassment that was his tenure as vice president and, frankly, it's unlikely he will experience another point as high as his achievement in this profound, engaging and, mercifully, clear documentary on the consequences of our complacent greed. That ‘An Inconvenient Truth' provides little in the way of true revelations pertaining to the earth's (humanity's) looming ecological demise, and ignores some of the more profound problems of trapped c find out more...
BORAT (2006)

Certification15 Our Rating

How can something so wrong feel so right? Just one of the questions you are bound to ask if you decide to make the leap of faith and watch this film. Kazakhstan's favourite TV journo decides that a trip to the "U, S and A" is just what his country needs so he heads off with his trusty producer, Azamat. Absolutely hilarious; the Pamela Anderson stalking, the cheese-eating, the ‘running of the Jew', a Pamplona-style event in Borat's village, the gypsy-tear-collecting, the rodeo crowd cheering Bo find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Ron Kovic was a green young patriot scarred, both mentally and physically, by the war in 'Nam. On his return he finds himself and his fellow paraplegics an unwanted embarrassment and after wasting himself in Mexico he emerges as a voice for the disaffected. Another powerful film from Oliver Stone. find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

Superb adaptation of one of the most difficult plays to stage. Jacobi's performance as the tortured prince is truly outstanding. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

A veritable epic from chief luvvie Ken. Four hours of full on tragedy, with the cream of British thespians alongside a plethora of international cameos. The action is shifted to the 19th Century, but is otherwise faithful and unabridged with magnificent sets and costumes. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

Franco Zeffirelli has made cinematic adaptations of Shakespeare's work something of a speciality, and this energetic, earthy, Anglo-Saxon set version lives up to his reputation. He brings out the very best from Mel Gibson, who brings real gusto to Hamlet's anguish, and makes this full-blooded translation roar vividly with life. Glenn Close, as his mother, and Helena Bonham Carter, as Ophelia, both lend excellent support, as do the rest of the star-studded cast. Excellent and should please both s find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

This remains one of the greatest screen versions of the tortured play, though it does look rather over-played by modern standards. The late Olivier gives one of his greatest performances - indeed this is the performance that first ranked him amongst the very greatest of actors. Won Best Picture at 1948 Academy Awards. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

The somewhat sensationalist title belies what is at heart an earnest attempt to realistically portray the descent of Hitler into madness, paranoia and megalomania. While the recently made ‘Max' focused on the young Hitler from a ‘What Could've Been' angle, ‘Hitler: The Rise of Evil' tries admirably to stick to the facts as it traces his career in politics (as a rising star, darling of both the poor and the powered gentry), to his self-destructive end. While the film portrays a truncated vi find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Brilliant Monty Python skit on the life of Christ which also takes a few swipes at the sectarian nature of British left wing political parties. Brian never wanted to be a messiah but fame is thrust upon him. Caused a huge outcry when it was released. Still banned in the Republic of Ireland!! find out more...
LINCOLN (2012)

Certification12 Our Rating unrated