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Certification12 Our Rating

The runaway success at last year's Goya Awards, Pablo Berger's Blancanieves takes the tale of Snow White and resets it in 1920s Andalucia, telling the tale of Carmen, the young daughter of a celebrated bullfighter, and her passage into adulthood and conflicts with her evil stepmother (a wondrously wicked Maribel Verdu). A beautifully-realized homage to the silent cinema, it will inevitably draw comparisons with The Artist, though its blend of youthful ebullience and Grimm-like find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

One of the classic Chaplin feature films in which the little tramp falls in love with a blind flower girl and, through a number of typical exploits, raises the money to pay for an operation. Chaplin's comic genius has rarely, if ever, been bettered and is as fresh now as it was fifty years ago. find out more...

CertificationE Our Rating

Includes the films; How It Feels to be Run Over (1900) Explosion of a Motor Car (1900) Rescued by Rover (1905) The Other Side of the Hedge (1905) The Fatal Sneeze (1907) Visit to Peak Frean's and Co's Biscuit Works (1906) A Day in the Life of a Coalminer (1910) Par le trou de serrure (1901) Ali Baba et les quarantes voleurs (1905) Aladin ou la lampe merveilleuse (1906) Le chaval emballe (1907) The Physician of the Castle (1908) Magic Bricks (1908) It's Scotch (1898) The Gay Shoe Clerk (1903) The find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

Nat Jester says: "This is a lovely film, harking back to older times through its use of the silent film format. This makes the acting abilities of the two leads, Jean du Jardin and Bérénice Bejo, all the more important and they really do a wonderful job. The blossoming romance between the leads can also be seen as a metaphor for the love of cinema, and the way in which it has changed over time. 5/5"

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CertificationU Our Rating

One of the first horror movies, about a hypnotist who uses a somnambulist to do his murders, and a landmark in the history of cinema. The dark shadows, crazy angles and doom laden atmosphere of German Expressionism and the film's extraordinary use of painted light have rarely been copied, and its influence, on film noir in particular, is indisputable. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

The sufferings of a martyr, Jeanne D'Arc (1412-1431). Jeanne appears in court where Cauchon questions her and d'Estivet spits on her. She predicts her rescue, is taken to her cell, and judges forge evidence against her. In her cell, priests interrogate her and judges deny her the Mass. Threatened first in a torture chamber and then offered communion if she will recant, she refuses. At a cemetery, in front of a crowd, a priest and supporters urge her to recant; she does, and Cauchon announces find out more...