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Spectacular flying sequences, heart-rending emotions and a rousing musical score combine to make 633 squadron one of the great R.A.F classics. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A raw bunch of Soviet conscripts are drilled into shape on the training ground and dropped into the thick of it in Afghanistan. A big box office hit in Russia this may, like films about the American invasion of Vietnam, be politically naive, but as a war drama it pulls no punchs and, with the possible exception of a silly, poorly edited final battle scene, delivers the goods in superb fashion. find out more...

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The tragic story of a World War 2 operation that went wrong. As the Allies advanced, in late 1944, they attempted to form a bridgehead behind enemy lines by parachuting down and taking the Dutch-German bridge at Arnhem. This is a tale of the heroic failure of the many involved. Action-packed war movie. find out more...

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Three characters: a land girl, a US and a UK sergeant, all arrive on the same train in a small wartime Kent village and set out to catch the local malcontent, the 'glue man'. The three of them start to explore the area to discover and expose him but then they get engrossed in the history of the area and the tales of The Pilgrim's Way. The local magistrate is a regional historian, and a very mysterious character, who leads them further into the mystery. A superb depiction of the tensions that ari find out more...

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The original and best adaptation of Hemingway's sweeping WW1 novel. Cooper positively smoulders as the US ambulanceman who falls in love with an English nurse and finally goes AWOL to join her only to find, tragically, that he may be too late. Oscars for Best Cinematography and Sound. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A bandit leader and a fugative IRA man join together to rob a bank in an explosive spagehtti western set in Mexico in 1913. Having already, in Once Upon a Time in the West, taken energetic liberties with the typical Fordian Western, it's not surprising that Leone should have taken a sideswipe at another of the director's stereotypes, the revolutionary Irishman, in the second part of his trilogy of political fables. But the specific IRA background of Coburn's Sean is as ultimately unimportant as find out more...

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The first part of Wajda's triology of films, the hopeful one, is set in Warsaw 1942, deals with the setting up of a youth resistance group and sticks very much to the CP line of courage, honour and self-sacrifice. These three films rank amongst the greatest achievments of contempory European cinema and Zbigniew Cybulski's performance is rated as one of cinema's greatest. find out more...

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Part 1 of Wajda's trilogy of wartime films, the hopeful one, is set in Wola, a working-class area of Warsaw in 1942, and deals with the graduation of a bunch of semi-delinquent street kids, through individual acts of defiance and courage, into a youth resistance group. The heroism is not simple, neither loyalties nor self-sacrifice are assured, but united they will be. find out more...

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One of the most celebrated war correspondents of our time, Marie Colvin is an utterly fearless and rebellious spirit, driven to the frontline of conflicts across the globe to give voice to the voiceless.

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