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Hearts and Bones

Hearts and Bones

A war photographer (Hugo Weaving) and a refugee discover a photograph that threatens to destroy them both.

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The Trip to Greece

The Trip to Greece

Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan rejoin Palme d'Or-nominated director Michael Winterbottom for the next adventure in their European comedy travelogue series.

School of Rock

School of Rock

Jack Black leads this family comedy as a ditched member of a band who worms his way into becoming a substitute teacher for a private school where he teaches the kids the only thing he knows - rock music.

Sixteen Candles

Sixteen Candles

John Hughes (The Breakfast Club) teen comedy starring Molly Ringwald, whose sweet 16th becomes anything but special.

Casablanca

Casablanca

As time goes by, the appeal of Casablanca shows no sign of diminishing. Originally intended as a WWII propaganda movie, it remains a marvellous blend of bittersweet romance, wisecracking comedy and wartime intrigue...

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All About Eve

All About Eve

Bette Davis plays Margo Channing, an ageing Broadway star with a penchant for Martinis and bon mots. Starlet Anne Baxter is Eve Harrington, a wide-eyed ingénue who insinuates herself into Margo's life and social circle, with an eye to taking her throne. From writer/director Joseph L. Mankiewicz, All About Eve scooped the major awards at the 1951 Oscars and BAFTAs. 

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The Wrong Man

The Wrong Man

Perhaps Alfred Hitchcock's most sombre masterpiece, The Wrong Man follows poor, straight-laced New York musician Manny (Henry Fonda) who is mistakenly accused of holding up an insurance office. As he follows police procedure, Manny's paranoid nightmare deepens with every witness testifying to his physical resemblance to the thief.

Funny Face

Funny Face

Film version of the George Gershwin broadway musical, with the star of the original stage production Fred Astaire (Singing In The Rain) and the charming Audrey Hepburn (Breakfast At Tiffany's, Roman Holiday).

An Affair to Remember

An Affair to Remember

Classic Hollywood romance starring Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr. Aboard a transatlantic ocean liner, playboy Nickie Ferrante (Grant) - on his way to New York to marry a rich heiress - meets nightclub singer Terry McKay (Kerr) - on her way home to her  boyfriend. An initially frosty meeting turns to romance over the course of several days. They agree to meet again in six months time atop the Empire State building, giving them time to deal with their current relationships...

A Clockwork Orange

A Clockwork Orange

Stanley Kubrick's brilliant nightmare of a film takes the heavy realities of the 'do-your-thing' and 'law-and-order' syndromes, runs them through a cinematic centrifuge, and spews forth the commingled comic horrors of a regulated society...

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

The 1971 family classic with Gene Wilder as Wonka. Roald Dahl's tale sees poor young Charlie win a trip to the most eccentric chocolate factory...

Dirty Harry

Dirty Harry

Clint Eastwood is Dirty Harry, a take-no-prisoners San Francisco cop, in this 1971 crime classic. The American Film Institute voted the character the 17th greatest movie hero ever...

American Graffiti

American Graffiti

Nostalgic comedy from producer Francis Ford Coppola (hot on the heels of The Godfather) and director George Lucas (his second film), following a group of Californian teenagers on the last night of summer in 1962.

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Marathon Man

Marathon Man

Dustin Hoffman is a graduate history student unwittingly caught in the middle of an international conspiracy involving stolen diamonds, an exiled Nazi war criminal, and a rogue government agent in this thriller from John Schlesinger (Midnight Cowboy). Co-stars Laurence Olivier as the ex-Nazi.

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Saturday Night Fever

Saturday Night Fever

Era-defining 1970s American classic starring John Travolta in his breakout role as a disco-dancing delinquent. The movie and its Bee Gees-dominated soundtrack brought the disco movement into the global mainstream and catapulted Travolta, previously a minor television celebrity, to stardom.

Jaws

Jaws

In 1975, director Steven Spielberg brought Peter Benchley's best-selling novel to the screen with stunning power and unbearable suspense. Jaws became the highest-grossing film of all time (at the time) and changed the game for blockbusters (and swimmers).

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Blade Runner (1982)

Blade Runner (1982)

Los Angeles, 2019. Bounty hunter Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) is told to terminate four dangerous synthetic beings...

An Officer and a Gentleman

An Officer and a Gentleman

Old-school romance starring Richard Gere as Zack, an aloof Navy man training to become a pilot... Features the soaring hit Up Where We Belong ("where the eagles cry... on the mountain high") which won the BAFTA, Golden Globe and Oscar for Best Original Song.

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Back to the Future

Back to the Future

The brilliant first chapter of Robert Zemeckis' peerless Back to the Future trilogy. 

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Stand By Me (1986)

Stand By Me (1986)

1986 adaptation of Stephen King’s short story about four preteen boys who venture into the woods to find the body of a missing boy. Directed by Rob Reiner (The Princess Bride).

Labyrinth

Labyrinth

Director Jim Henson and executive producer George Lucas present this fantasy adventure starring David Bowie. A young girl (Jennifer Connelly) enters a mysterious maze in order to find her baby brother...

Ferris Bueller's Day Off

Ferris Bueller's Day Off

John Hughes' coming-of-age comedy follow-up to The Breakfast Club. Smooth high-schooler Ferris (Mathew Broderick), faking an illness, grabs his girlfriend and best friend and hits the streets of Chicago for a well-deserved day off...