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CASH (2008)

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Clint Eastwood plays an over-the-top fascist cop prepared to break all the rules in order to nail the "bad guys". Excellent entertainment, oft quoted by US politicians, and a warning to us liberals - keep the buggers under control. find out more...

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It's been a long time coming and, while not as hard-hitting as Reservoir Dogs or as mirth-inducing as Pulp Fiction, "Jackie Brown" is (probably) Tarantino's finest movie yet. Adapted from novellist Elmore Leonard's Rum Punch, this is a sometimes painfully realistic trudge through the tawdry lives of several somehow-connected characters. The Jackie of the title (dazzlingly played by Pam Grier) is a world-weary, cash-smuggling air hostess trying to stay as far away as possible from both her scuzzy find out more...

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We follow the everyday travails of a group of WW2 French resistance fighters in Marseille, including their engineer leader and a middle-aged woman who sets up anti-German attacks without telling her husband or daughter, as they do battle against the occupying Nazis, collaborators and traitors in their own camp. This tense and atmospheric classic, based partly on Joseph Kessel's novel and partly on Melville's own experiences as a resistance fighter who later escaped France to join the Free French find out more...
NIKITA (1990)

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Nikita is a junkie who murders a cop during a robbery and is caught. Faced with the option of a death sentence or life as a secret-service hitwoman, she becomes a ruthless killer executing without remorse or feeling, until she falls in love, that is. A stylish, dynamite and brilliant film. find out more...

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John Woo's 1989 Hong Kong action classic, a stylish bullet-riddled elegy to friendship under fire, firmly established him as the maestro of mayhem and brought him wide-spread recognition in the West. Superstar Chow Yun-Fat, Asia's king of cool, plays the most charming hit man ever, but when one of his killings leaves an innocent nightclub singer blinded he dedicates his life to giving her back her sight. Danny Lee is the cop on his tail, but the two adversaries become unlikely comrades when the find out more...

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One of the finest of the genre, this classic western follows two men whose initial contempt for each other's methods, one a hard man rancher, the other a naively honest lawyer, develops into respect when faced with the the town's local hoodlum. Tense, absorbing and not without wit. Superb. find out more...