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Certification15 Our Rating

Nicholson deservedly bagged the Best Actor Oscar for his portrayal of novelist Melvin Udall, a guy who manages to embody pretty much every loathesome charactistic known to man. Melvin seems to hate everybody, but most of all he hates himself. Plagued by manic depression and compulsive behaviour disorders, Melvin rarely leaves his apartment except to visit his favourite eaterie, where he insults all who cross his path. Only his long-suffering favourite waitress seems to be the only person in the find out more...
HARVEY (1950)

CertificationU Our Rating

Elwood's sanity is brought into question when he starts seeng a six-foot rabbit. His family however are more concerned with the effect it is having on their social standing, and make moves to have him committed. A brilliant farce and deservedly famous film. Puts the C in classic. Charming. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

At the age of sixteen, Miranda has already had to live with her share of disappointments; abandoned by her mother, she's dropped out of school and been supporting herself as an employee at McDonald's while her father, Charlie, resides in a mental institution. Upon dad's release Miranda's world is once again thrown into chaos when he becomes obsessed with the belief that ancient treasure is buried underneath a local retail store and while reluctant she decides to help in his madcap quest. 'King o find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Adam Elliot's follow-up to his short opus 'Harvie Krumpet' is a tour-de-force of jaw-dropping animation, heart-wrenching beauty and exquisite sadness. Ostensibly, it's a tale of friendship between two pen pals; Mary, a lonely eight-year-old girl living in the suburbs of Melbourne, and Max, a forty-four-year-old obese man living in New York and suffering from Asperger's syndrome. The depth of pathos in their quasi-romantic exchanges becomes unbearable at times, but the expertly nuanced narrati find out more...

SHINE (1996)

Certification15 Our Rating

Geoffrey Rush won a much deserved Oscar for his portrayal of Aussie pianist David Helfgott. A dazzling drama, following David's rejection by his dad after enrolling at London's Royal College of Music, his subsequent descent into madness and the touching love affair which would be his redemption. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Four mental patients, ranging from a violent compulsive liar to a shizophrenic find themselves at large in New York when their therapist is attacked by corrupt cops. The problem is that they are blamed for the attack and the doctor is still in danger. Charming, funny and enjoyable. find out more...