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Certification18 Our Rating

Perhaps Caine's defining role as the ruthless London villain in Newcastle to sort out some gang bovver. When he finds out his niece has become embroiled with some very seedy characters, his involvement becomes far deeper. A violent and slick thriller with an excellent feel for both time and location and a comment on the despair of Britain in the 1970s. find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

A girl travelling on a trans-European express strikes a friendly acquaintance with a middle-aged tweedy woman who promptly disappears. When everyone on the train denies ever having seen the lady the plot thickens, but what is brilliant is how the script resolves this and other conundrums. Superb. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

The Railway Children; an affectionate adaptation of the great children's novel capturing the innocence of childhood and the comfy certainties of a bygone era. Not that their world is boring, they meet a wry bunch of characters, save a train from derailment and harbour a Bolshevik refugee etc. A high nostalgia count. find out more...