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Certification15 Our Rating

Martin McGartland was an unemployed Republican fence, a petty crime that led to the IRA kneecapping of his partner. Picked up by the police he soon found himself operating as both an informer for his Special Branch handler, Fergus, with whom he developed a close relationship, and at tremendous risk, infiltrating and moving up within the ranks of the Provos while routinely betraying their activities; the title coming from the 50 murders that it is believed Martin directly prevented. 'Fifty Dead M find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

17. Catch-22; Desmond's latest fragmented vision suggests that his old girlfriend, Penny, will crash-land onto the island. He organizes a posse of himself, Hurley, Jin and Charlie to come along with him into the jungle expecting Penny to parachute onto the island, but the vision also suggests that Charlie will die if he goes with them, but Desmond insists that Charlie must come along to make the vision come true. Desmond recalls his days in a monastery in Scottland over 10 years earlier. In the find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Coleman Silk is a highly respected member of his immediate society, a professor of Classics at the local college he would seem to be a man of unblemished repute, but Coleman has a secret nearly half a century old, and should it resurface it will destroy him. The Human Stain is a dark, brooding thriller, with a superlative cast. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

A retired legal counsellor writes a novel hoping to find closure for one of his past unresolved homicide cases and for his unreciprocated love with his superior, both of which still haunt him decades later. The central performance by Ricardo Darin is a highlight of the film, counterbalancing its dark plot of catharsis and revenge with a beguiling warmth and humanity.
Winner of the 2010 Oscar for Best Foreign Film, beating stiff, and arguably superior, competition from Haneke’s ‘The White R find out more...