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CATCH-22 (1970)

Certification15 Our Rating

Adapted from the classic, absurdist, anti-war novel by Joseph Heller. "Catch-22" is the story of Yossarian, a pilot who trys to opt out of flying bombing missions by being declared insane, the catch being that anyone trying to avoid bombing missions by being insane must be sane. This dark classic catches much of the flavour of the book, the insanity, the corruption and the absurdity of war. Think MASH, but non-linear - flawed but awesome. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

Intersplicing clips of all those old heroes, like Bogart, Ladd, Stanwyck, Milland, Lancaster, Laughton, Cagney, with comic clips of Steve Martin as a keen, but clumsy detective who gets all the good lines, creates both an extremely funny comedy and a whodunnit in the best possible taste. find out more...

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Peter Lafleur is an easy going gym owner who's been dodging the painful truth that his business is about to go bust. White Goodman is a borderline sociopath who owns the state-of-the-art fitness palace near by. These two men have history, and due to a mixture of bravado and desperation they find themselves betting everything on which one of them can win the Dodgeball championships. A silly, silly, silly underdogs comedy heaving with the sought of "what d'you mean you don't get it?!" humour that find out more...

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Ferris is a cute boy: very, very cute. One day he fools his parents that he's ill and then takes off for a really wild time on the town, pursued by the school headmaster. One of the best teen comedies of recent times. A hit and deservedly so! Why haven't you seen it yet?

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Certification18 Our Rating

John Waters slips effortlessly into mainstream cinema, whilst sticking to his trademark irreverent black comedy. Kathleen Turner plays the perfect suburban mom, as American as apple pie and a stickler for family values and good manners. Secretly however, she's a vicious, foul-mouthed psycho killer! Ahead of its time and absolutely genius. find out more...