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Certification15 Our Rating

Josh Hutcherson (The Hunger Games) stars in one of the 7 chapters that make up the contemporary portrait of Havana, a city bursting with music, sun and seduction. Each chapter depicts a day of the week through the extraordinary lives of its characters, Hutcherson plays a young naive American tourist visiting Cuba for the first time overwhelmed by the vibrant nightlife. In another chapter we meet sultry singer Celia who must decide whether to stay in Havana or follow a long-life dream to becom find out more...


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Singing, dancing and heartache on Broadway as a group of young hopefuls audition for a new musical. Dicky's smash film hit from the original stage play. find out more...

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The story of a Broadway choreographer under such pressure to be top of the Bill that success could cost him his life. A film that is really a meditation on love, life, death and personal priorities. The real standout is the vibrant editing and music - long before MTV coopted the fast and loose cutting styles that make it hard to focus, Fosse put it to good use. He doesn't just cut for shock value, he cuts WITH the music, creating images that go right into your inner rhythm somehow. Brilliant ent find out more...

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The classic musical romance about an ex-GI in Paris to do a spot of painting and falling in love. Containing the Gershwin numbers "I Got Rhythm", "Embraceable You", "Stairway To Paradise" and "Swonderful", and ending with the famous "American In Paris" ballet scene. Won Best Picture at 1950 Academy Awards. find out more...

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Features eight animated episodes based on the books by Helen Craig and Katharine Holabird. Episodes include: 'The Royal Banquet', 'Angelina Mouse Detective', 'Angelina's Baby Sister', 'Midnight Muddle', 'The Silver Locket', 'Show And Tell', 'The Proposal' and 'Heads And Tails'. find out more...

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Moving documentary about the internationally renowned Ballets Russes, composed of a well researched narrative and infused with illuminating, amusing anecdotes from some of the major players. The film maps the company's Diaghilev-era inception in fin-de-siecle Paris to its inevitable swan song, a history which encompasses some of the best known artists of the period including Dame Alicia Markova, Frederic Franklin, Nijinsky, Balanchine, Picasso, Miro, Matisse and Stravinsky. Ballets Russes repres find out more...

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Rapper/DJ Kenny meets jazz artist Tracy and, inspired by her commitment, decides to use his talents to escape the ghetto. However the death of a graffiti artist friend presents Kenny with an emotional dilemma, whether to honour the memory of his friend or pursue his own dreams. "Beat Street" doesn't have the most striking of story lines, but the film is really about the musical phenomenon of hip hop (correctly spotting the burgeoning talents of Afrika Bambaata and the Soul Sonic Force, Grand Mas find out more...

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Nong Toom has become one of the very best at his particular discipline, the ancient martial art of Muay Thai, but unlike many of his fellow combatants, Nong is in search of more than just fame and fortune. In the perfection of his art Nong hopes to find the financial means by which he can redefine his very sexuality. Based on a true story, Beautiful Boxer is a bone crunching display of its art, though, perhaps, some of the emotional subtleties have been lost in between the stunningly choreograph find out more...

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Set during the miners strike, Billy is the 11 year old son of a widowed miner who stumbles across a ballet class one day on the way to his boxing lesson. The young boy becomes hooked, and while keeping his new found passion secret from his family, Billy's raw talent is noticed by the dance teacher, who encourages him to audition for the Royal ballet. Billy Elliot is a deeply average movie, its not bad, its merely generic and stereotyped. There's a long line of this sort of British comedy drama, find out more...

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A ballet dancer wins the lead in "Swan Lake" and is perfect for the role of the delicate White Swan, Princess Odette, but slowly loses her mind as she strives to subsume, at the behest of the director, the personality of the Black Swan, Odile. Once again Aronovsky returns to his familiar themes of obsession and addiction (see also 'Requiem For A Dream', 'Pi' and 'The Wrestler') and has created an enigmatic and frustrating film. Audiences have been divided over the degree of success he achieve find out more...