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Certification18 Our Rating

Ron Kovic was a green young patriot scarred, both mentally and physically, by the war in 'Nam. On his return he finds himself and his fellow paraplegics an unwanted embarrassment and after wasting himself in Mexico he emerges as a voice for the disaffected. Another powerful film from Oliver Stone. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

A rather over-sentimentalised romantic drama about the wife of a war-hero who falls in love with a paraplegic 'Nam vet. The drama is underplayed, and cliched in places, and Jane Fonda, despite a sterling attempt, comes across as just a bit too saintly. The ending adds credibilty though. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Four American soldiers are sent on one last mission in which their convoy is ambushed sustaining casualties. We follow the psychologically traumatised quartet through their unhappy return to their families and friends, group therapy and coping with their memories. "Home of the Brave" is a well meaning, if occasionally slightly clunky, drama that attempts to show the sense of rage, loss, disillusionment and disassociation that affects many who return from the battlefield. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Set in the Sino-Japanese war, Yasuzo Masumura's black-and-white anti-war film tells of an army nurse who sexually services an amputee and falls in love with a drug-addicted surgeon. This can't be recommended to the squeamish, but neither can its nuanced eroticism nor its passionate, unpredictable moral focus, be easily shaken off. Comparable with Altman's MASH, it suggests a less comic treatment of the same theme, how to preserve one's humanity in impossible circumstances, but its ethics are con find out more...
THE MEN (1950)

CertificationPG Our Rating

A moving, and for the time, no-nonsense depiction of a young paraplegic WWII veteran and his slide towards suicidal depression. Includes a documentary covering Marlon Brando's film career, of which ‘The Men' was his big screen debut. find out more...