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Certification15 Our Rating

The story of an Arkansas farm girl who, as a young girl, witnessed the death of her father in a horrific crash and then gained revenge on his boss. On the run she hits the road in a life of crime and meets up with an assortment of characters, including a trade unionist, a black friend of his and a small-time Yankee conman. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

'High Noon' works on many levels; the second-to-none screenplay, the subtle direction, the clock, Gary Cooper's Oscar-winning performance... It's about a small town sheriff who must basically stand alone to defend the people from a wild gang of outlaws, who have just been let out of jail and will arrive on the noon train. Although he does not have to, and the town does not deserve saving, Cooper decides that he will do the job that he was hired to do. A classic amongst Westerns, it strips the ge find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

Shot in five sections "How The West Was Won" is a sprawling multi-star epic following the fortunes of one family from 1839 and New York to 1889 and Arizona. 'The Rivers' (dir Henry Hathaway); the Prescotts head west down the Ohio river. 'The Plains' (dir Henry Hathaway); Lily moves to St Louis and on to Caifornia. 'The Civil War' (dir John Ford); Linus and Zeb enlist on the Union side. 'The Railroad' (dir George Marshall); the settlers multiply and cavalry officer Zeb finds himself in a war with find out more...

CertificationE Our Rating

Comissioned by the GPO, 'Night Mail' (1936) is a much-studied piece of British cinema, which, in true modernist fashion, fuses film, poetry and music together in order to convey the success of the British postal service. West Highland (1960) is a beautiful tribute to the heady days of the steam railway that had, by the time this film was made, gone into decline. find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

Holmes, Watson and a plethora of potty passengers are all aboard the London to Edinburgh express. As the train rattles on its way, so does the mayhem, with a corpse turning up in a carriage and a false-bottomed coffin in the guard's van. Will the stealthy sleuths solve the mystery? Elementary... As fast-paced, tightly-woven a Sherlock Holmes mystery as you will find. find out more...

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John Ford's 50th and most celebrated silent film demonstrates the ideals of expansion, enterprise and achievement, but condones racism and exploitation. The scale of this film surpassed all of the other silent westerns and put Ford in the history books. Double-dealing, vengeance and romance are all covered with a poetic sense of history as we see the country united by a trans-continental railroad, realized by a great man and brought about through the sweat of the working man. A classic, black an find out more...