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CertificationU Our Rating

Ford's revered Western, with the superbly haunted Fonda as Wyatt Earp, forced to put on his sheriff's badge one last time. Doc Halliday and the Clanton boys want to take over Tombstone, and only Earp can prevent them. An authentically constructed movie with a melancholy atmosphere, and the famous OK Corral shootout as its climax. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A rip-roaring re-enactment of Ned Kelly, the man who led the police and indeed the British Empire a merry dance across the vast expanses of Australia's outback. Many of us may know the outcome and of his propensity to wear a wrought iron pot on his head to deflect the bullets of his many detractors, but this is Ned Kelly as folklore, a decent man fighting a dirty war against injustice. Not a history lesson Mr Schwama would approve of but good fun. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

The western as myth; hill's story of the James/Younger gang and the violent hunt for them revels in it's connections with the genre as passed down from Ford, Hawks and Ray. The gangsters are revealed as representing a wider community, the defeated Confederacy, small farmers and their extended families in general, with their victims being some combination of class enemies, uncaring, urban and Northern, and hence how they became folk heroes in their home state of Missouri... and all with a great s find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Wyatt Earp and his gang are back. Yet another shoot-out at the OK Corral, but this time that's not the end as the film follows the two sides to the death. A well made and gripping film with the show somewhat stolen by Val Kilmer as a dandy Doc Holliday, shooting first, quoting Latin later! Superb rootin' tootin' entertainment . find out more...