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BORAT (2006)

Certification15 Our Rating

How can something so wrong feel so right? Just one of the questions you are bound to ask if you decide to make the leap of faith and watch this film. Kazakhstan's favourite TV journo decides that a trip to the "U, S and A" is just what his country needs so he heads off with his trusty producer, Azamat. Absolutely hilarious; the Pamela Anderson stalking, the cheese-eating, the ‘running of the Jew', a Pamplona-style event in Borat's village, the gypsy-tear-collecting, the rodeo crowd cheering Bora find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Terry Gilliam's ambitious adaptation of Hunter S. Thompson's insane, cult novel is certainly faithful, but whether it hits the spot or not is another matter. Johnny Depp, as Hunter's journalist alter-ego Raoul Duke, has the guy down to a T in every way, while Benicio Del Toro is suitably deranged as his lawyer and partner-in-crime Dr Gonzo. But the pair's 1971 working trip to Las Vegas, which rapidly becomes a drug-crazed, three day odyssey of utter madness, is so relentlessly weird that this is find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

For the first time in years, when he learns that his estranged son is gravely ill, ageing fisherman Takata boards the train to Tokyo. When his son refuses to see him daughter-in-law Rie urges Takata to watch the videotape of a documentary his son was filming in rural Yunnan about the local traditional 'nuo opera'. Moved by what he sees, Takata vows to complete his son's work. Though laden with obstacles, his odyssey into rural China, the kinship he develops with a fatherless boy and the villager find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Pissed off rebel Kowalski accepts a challenge to drive from Denver to San Francisco in 15 hours. Fired up by a tankful of gas in his 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T with its 4-speed manual transmission, Hurst "pistol grip" shifter and controlling a 4 barrel/440 cubic inch "Magnum" V-8 engine, he begins his solitary odyssey, spurred on by a blind black DJ, Super Soul, to become 'the last American hero'. Kowalski gathers a following amongst counterculture denizens, bikers and hippies flock to KOW radio find out more...