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CertificationU Our Rating

An enduring and endearing romance with Grant and Kerr as two people who inadvertently fall in love aboard ship, despite both being already involved elsewhere. They vow to meet again, but things don't work out as planned. Romantic. find out more...

Certification12 Our Rating

Nine year old Frankie's never met his father, or not so as he can remember, but then his dad's a merchant seaman and though he may not get to see his son, he writes regularly. All this is a desperate figment of his mum's imagination, unwilling to share the ugly truth about Frankie's dad with the young lad she made one up, a plan that has worked (implausibly) until the day the fictitious boat arrives in port. Determined to keep the illusion going Frankie's mother pays for a man to pretend to be d find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

An unhappy boy finds an unlikely soulmate in this tear jerking family film. Foster kid Jesse is anti-social and angry until he befriends a 22 foot long killer whale in an adventure park. When he learns of the terrible fate awaiting his friend, he finally finds a purpose in life - to free Willy! find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

This is a real ten Kleenex weepie; the story of a repressed woman's rebellion and the ill-fated love affair which completes her painful metamorphosis. It all ends on that most memorable of Hollywood lines, "Let's not ask for the moon - we have the stars ".

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Certification15 Our Rating

Good Ole Southern Boy Tom goes to New York after his twin sister's suicide attempt and finds himself getting involved with her shrink both as lover and analyst. As the opposing characters learn mutual respect, Tom's traumatic childhood slowly emerges. Oscar-worthy acting from Nolte, superb drama. find out more...

CertificationU Our Rating

This is as much an account of the harshness of life on an isolated Shetland Isle (a way of life is dying, steam trawlers from the mainland threaten its survival as a fishing port), as the story of two friends torn apart by the elements as they struggle against circumstance for sustenance. Powell's first film, and almost a documentary. find out more...