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CertificationPG Our Rating

Set during the 1930's on the Amalfi coast, a chosen summer haunt for the rich and the beautiful, rarely is the air not thick with gossip, but on this occasion Robert Windemere and his beautiful young wife are the focus of discussion. Rumour has it Robert provides an allowance Mrs Erlynne, a woman with a reputation to be well avoided, while his wife is not as dismissive of other men's attentions as it is felt she ought. Adapted from Oscar Wilde's Lady Windermere's fan, A Good Woman is a lushly vi find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Set in 19th Century Japan, but shot here with a largely Brit cast, Kenneth Branagh's much criticised adaptation of The Bard's comedy of errors. 'All the world's a stage...' find out more...
CASANOVA (2005)

Certification15 Our Rating

Energetic, stylish and often witty BBC dramatisation that alternates between the gripping love triangle involving the young Casanova, Henriette and her husband Grimani, and the swan song of the world's most notorious lothario. Written by Russell T. Davies, creator of 'Queer As Folk' and the scribe behind the new 'Doctor Who'. find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

This is a stunning cinematic interpretation of the classic story of the big-nosed bard and his unrequited love for Roxanne. A riveting and powerful performance from Gerard Depardieu with such superb rhyming subtitles, by Anthony Burgess, one almost forgets the movie was made in French. The action is enthralling, the cinematography fantastic, the movie entertaining; a must see film if you enjoy poetry, romance, humor, action, suspense, period pieces, aesthetically pleasing images, theatre, Fre find out more...


Certification12 Our Rating

When the young John Whittaker, heir to the English family estate, falls in love with, marries and brings home glamorous and brash American racing car driver Larita, his family's reaction is anything but friendly. As tensions rise, formalities, along with the strength of familial relations, become strained. Finally, a shocking secret is revealed that shakes the very foundations of the newlyweds' marital bliss. An enjoyable comedy about class and social standing in the 1920s, 'Easy Virtue' is yet find out more...
EMMA (1996)

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Lovely, lively adaptation of Jane Austen's light-hearted romantic romp. Hollywood darling Gwyneth Paltrow is utterly convincing as Emma, whose passion for matchmaking results in more bedlam than bliss. But it's her own love life that she's most in danger of bungling big-time. Lush costume comedy. find out more...

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The BBC' s exhaustive and typically exemplary adaptations of some of the great bard's best known plays and also a number of his lesser known works. All filmed between the late 1970's and early 1980's and performed by pretty much the cream of British theatre. find out more...

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A typically exemplary BBC adaptation of one of the great bard's best known plays performed by pretty much the cream of British theatre. find out more...

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A truly magnificent adaptation of Shakespeare's tender and intriguing period comedy. A plethora of top actors, sumptuous Tuscany locations and the matchmaking that turns bickering to love between Beatrice and Benedick (Thompson and Branagh). Hey nonny nonny! find out more...

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From the dark waters of Victorian London, Charles Dickens weaves a tale of crime and compassion. Poor Lizzie and her father eke out a living on the banks of the Thames until one day they recover a body that links them with another world - the world of dinner parties and the household of the Wilfers. As their lives intertwine, a complex story of money and love emerges. find out more...