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(1981)

Certification18 Our Rating

WEINER (2016)

Certification15 Our Rating

Many politicians have seen their careers careen off the tracks, but few instances have been captured so completely on film as the incisive and painfully funny Weiner. With unprecedented access to Anthony Weiner, his family, and his campaign team as they mount his New York City mayoral campaign, the film documents the impending political meltdown of epic proportions. What b find out more...


Certification15 Our Rating

22 December 1989 heralded Ceausescu's fall from power in Romania. Sixteen years on, a provincial TV talk show decides to commemorate the event by asking local heroes to reminisce about their own contributions to the revolution. But securing suitable guests proves an unexpected challenge and the producer is left with two less than ideal participants; a drink addled history teacher and a lonely sometime Santa Claus grateful for the company. In the farcical show that follows, the mens' fanciful boa find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

A pleasant retreading of the path Tom Hanks walked in 'Big', only with a post Sex-and-the-City flavour. Jenna is a gawky 12 year old girl whose friends aren't above the odd bit of bitchiness. In a fit of self loathing, sat blindfolded on the floor of a closet after a particularly humiliating episode at the hands of her contemporaries, she makes the wish that sees her waking up as a pretty, flirty 30 year old. The ever-watchable Mark Ruffalo provides well-balanced support as the stoner foil to Ga find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating


Certification15 Our Rating

On a mild and bright February morning in 1997, Los Angeles was gripped by the events unfolding live on their Tv screens. Two heavily armed men had attempted to rob a branch of the Bank of America in North Hollywood, but they were spotted by a passing police vehicle and the bank was quickly surrounded by over 50 members of LA finest as well as a huge crowd of onlookers and press. However, instead of surrendering the gunmen, clad in Teflar, calmly walked outside into the parking lot and let rip wi find out more...

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The king is dead, long live the king. Television has dominated the public's homes for many decades but a few radio shows have survived the visual onslaught. When new owners take over an ailing station one of their first acts is to draw to a close a much loved, but ailing, veteran variety music show. A touching, often witty, series of reminisciences that utilise a cracking cast. Robert Altman's final film may not be up there with his greats but it's still a delightfully understated ensemble piece find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

Seventies costumes are abundant in this celebration of the ultimate kitsch band. There's loosely a plot in amongst the concert footage. This consists of a deejay chasing the band through their Australian tour. Not exactly thick with storyline, it is however, done with self-depreciating humour and a dabble of panache. find out more...

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A successful businessman wakes up to find himself splashed over the papers as the prime suspect in a murder case. With his life threatening to collapse before him he confronts the investigating journalist responsible and together they attempt to get to the bottom of the matter. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Charles Tatum, a down-on-his-luck reporter, takes a job with a small New Mexico newspaper. The job is pretty boring until he finds a man trapped in an old Indian dwelling. He jumps at the chance to make a name for himself by taking over and prolonging the rescue effort, and feeding stories to major newspapers. He creates a national media sensation and milks it for all it is worth - until things go terribly wrong.
Billy Wilder's blacker-than-night dissection of modern American society is find out more...