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CertificationU Our Rating

The original and still the best. Glenn Ford plays the outlaw Ben Wade whose capture leads to a desperate and dangerous mission for the poor rancher, Dan Evans, who is charged with bringing the renegade to justice on the 3.10 train to Yuma. find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

Shot in five sections "How The West Was Won" is a sprawling multi-star epic following the fortunes of one family from 1839 and New York to 1889 and Arizona. 'The Rivers' (dir Henry Hathaway); the Prescotts head west down the Ohio river. 'The Plains' (dir Henry Hathaway); Lily moves to St Louis and on to Caifornia. 'The Civil War' (dir John Ford); Linus and Zeb enlist on the Union side. 'The Railroad' (dir George Marshall); the settlers multiply and cavalry officer Zeb finds himself in a war with find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Cop-buddy-comedy-action with Snipes and Harrelson as two of New York's finest (Not)! Hampered in their criminal inclinations by their jobs and their boss, heavy gambler Harrelson sees the answer to his prayers in the "money train", which carries millions in subway takings. Wise-cracking action. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

A rip-roaring adventure set during the Victorian era finds master thief Edward Pierce putting together an ingenious plan to rob a train loaded with gold bullion. Written and directed by Michael Crichton, the First Great Train Robbery is a pacey, tense, highly unlikely, and highly entertaining heist thriller. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A formidable gangster thriller later to be cribbed by Tarantino. An itchy crew of criminal cronies grab a metro carriage of civilians and demand $1 million ransom, causing the kind of chaos in New York City that a traditional train heist causes the cavalry. But, once they've got the ransom, how on earth do they expect to get away? find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

A perhaps ill advised, but nonetheless likable comedy from two of the greatest actors of the silver screen. Two legendary bank robbers are released on parole after their thirty year imprisonment and the lycra clad 1980's are something of a culture shock to our grizzled heroes. Frustrated and angry, the guys decide to embark on one final great heist, marginally impeded by their old nemesis and a virtually blind hitman. find out more...