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The greatest movie ever made? A soldier is sent into the Heart of Darkness to retrieve a commander gone AWOL in an insane reality of tin-pot power, paranoia and inglorious killing. The horror of war is stripped naked in a surreal twilight world. The crew nearly went mad making it, Martin Sheen suffered a heart attack and Coppola flew so far beyond budget that the word 'bankrupt' was nearly redefined. See "Heart of Darkness"... find out more...

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The definitive 'Apocalypse Now' (as if the original wasn't pretty definitive) this has nearly an hour of extra footage fleshing out the surreal journey of our central protagonists and, though it brings the film to a whisker short of three and a half hours, much of it explains what happens to the eclectic characters we meet. The cut version of 'Apocalypse Now' stands as one of the most awesome films of modern cinema, anyone who has seen it will inevitably see it again, it's just that now you have find out more...

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Tarantino's masterpiece, a sprawling montage of three interwoven tales. Rich dialogue and sassy humour. find out more...

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Harry, his girlfriend Marion, his mother, and his best mate are all addicts and all desperate for some form of contentment, perhaps even happiness. Requiem for a Dream is utterly engrossing and visually striking, a story where hope is all the characters have, but where their hope will drag them into an abyss of shattered dreams and misery; truly harrowing and determined in its lack of redemption, the film is simply unmissable. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Sweeping romantic drama of epic proportions. Fiennes's WWII pilot lays badly burned and in the care of an army nurse. As the unnamed, stiff-upper-lipped "English Patient" begins to recover, memories emerge of a past life as an archaeologist/cartographer in the Sahara, and a passionate affair with a married woman, Katharine. Though Anthony Minghella's adaptation of Michael Ondaatje's novel simplifies, jettisons and changes certain elements of the original story, it remains a rich, complex, entran find out more...

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The Shallow Grave team have surpassed themselves with this in-your-face look at the seedier side of life, through the eyes of smack-head Mark and his motley assortment of mates. Shocking, stylish, sometimes surreal yet utterly believable and very, very funny. See it! find out more...