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Liz Lemon, (Tina Fey) is the head writer on a variety series on NBC Studios. With the Jack Donaghy as Vice President of East Coast Television, played by Alec Baldwin, Series four sustains the same standard that has maintained it so far with plenty of exceptional moments. The characters are still all hugely dysfunctional and written with enormous affection and comic effect. The situations beautifully constructed. This set contains all the episodes from the show’s fourth series.

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It's 1941 and the golden days of Tinsel Town. Seriously earnest New York scriptwriter Barton Fink is lured to Hollywood with an offer to write a wrestling movie. Stricken by writer's cramp and seeking inspiration, Barton finds it in real life events. This witty drama was a Cannes Film Festival multi-award winner. find out more...

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Episode 14: Title: “Interpretive Dance”
Episode 15 Title: “Romantic Expressionism”
Episode 16 Title: “Communication Studies”
Episode 17 Title: “Physical Education”
Episode 18 Title: “Basic Genealogy”
Episode 19 Title: “Beginner Pottery”

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There's a lot you can say about Michael Moore. He's sentimental. He massages the truth to fit the points he's making. His reliance on comedy when making serious points sometimes defeats his objectives (more suited to his excellent TV Nation series). He is a propagandist. But in a world dominated by right-wing media conglomerates, neo-conservative thinktanks and war profiteers thirsty for new conflicts, you can easily forgive his mawkish foibles. Fahrenheit 9/11 is an excellent feature in it's co find out more...
IF .... (1968)

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The 1960s and tradition is teetering on the edge, a group of minor public school boys can't hack it any more and rebellion brews. Discovering a cache of automatic weapons, they revolt bloodily against the establishment around them, from the rooftop they engage in a firefight with the teachers and other students, who are armed with the Army Cadet training rifles. A classic of the English cinema... rise up all teens. find out more...
M.A.S.H (1969)

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Not to be confused with the TV series, good though that was this is the original item that started it all off. Blacker harder-hitting and funnier than the TV version, although featuring the same characters and some of the same actors. An all-time classic anti-war movie. Just brilliant, see it! find out more...

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Tarantino's masterpiece, a sprawling montage of three interwoven tales. Rich dialogue and sassy humour. find out more...

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All twelve episodes from the first series of the classic satirical puppet show. No target was safe from the series' gunsights: Margaret Thatcher and her cabinet, the opposition, the Liberals, Ronald Reagan, the Pope and the Royal Family could all find themselves up for a painful ribbing on any given programme. The series was worked around the current week's news stories and featured a number of famous impressionists, including Chris Barrie, Rory Bremner, Phil Cornwell, Steve Coogan, John Culs find out more...