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Certification15 Our Rating

From the guys who gave us talking poo comes a tale of two idiots who stumble across a sporting sensation combining basketball with baseball. Throughout the film there are running gags for South Park fans and the comic pair Trey Parker and Matt Stone pull off lots of puerile gags to keep fans happy. The plot is laced in American culture and some of the gags and stadium shots are wasted on a British audience. Not exactly highbrow, but good for a couple of laughs. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

The greatest surf movie ever made. "On any day of the year it is summer somewhere in the world..." Go with Robert August and Mike Hynson as they follow the summer season to Senegal, Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Tahiti, Hawaii and California in search of the perfect wave. Still the ultimate surf film of all time!

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CertificationU Our Rating

Hey dudes, it's time to strap your board on the roofrack and head off for some summer fun in this sequel to the cult hit.,Featuring spectacular scenery from around the world, we follow Robert "Wingnut" Weaver and his buddy Patrick O'Connell in pursuit of those two essential ingredients, sun and surf! find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

The trials and tribulations of small town Texas football players, their friends, family, and coaching staff.
DISC 5: I THINK WE SHOULD HAVE SEX, EXTENDED FAMILIES, CH-CH-CH-CH-CHANGES.

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CertificationE Our Rating

Join a bunch of obsessed skaters on a road trip to scout out the best pool-riding experiences to be had in America. In addition to excellent, gritty super 8 footage of incredible skating, the film also provides a glimpse of the extreme lengths the pool junkies will go to in order to ride a long deserted pool. After cleaning out decades of muck with a minimum of gear the skaters simply zone out the less appealing nature of some of the environments: the dilapitated Salton Sea area, replete with an find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Happy Gilmore (Sandler) is a life-long ice hockey fanatic, but his skating's wretched, his temper short and his one talent's a thundering slap shot that's as liable to hit the spectators as the net. While the home of his beloved grandma is being repossessed by tax officials he discovers his power shooting lends itself to a 400-yard golf drive, so, hoping to rescue grandma from a diabolical nursing home, Happy goes on the Pro Golf Tour, hindered by his putting, his short fuse and the jealous atte find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

A future where the key sport's central feature is violence and the star a little too independently minded. A sci-fi film which can't quite make up it's mind whether to go for serious satire or mindless violence and ends up being the kind of violent escapism it seems to dislike. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Newman is coach of the Chiefs, a third rate ice hockey team. To build up their attendances he hires three oddball characters whose sole asset is an ability to play extremely violently. This has the desired effect by upping the team's support considerably. Violent, foul-mouthed and very funny. find out more...