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Don Haskins is the basketball coach for a small Texas University, but he's also a man with a dream and that is to win the National Championship. Based, if somewhat inaccurately, on a true story that took place in the 1960s, Glory Road is a remarkable, if familiar, tale of the underdog, in this instance a predominantly black team, coming from nowhere to powerhouse through the field and face the overwhelming favourites in a final that everyone only thought they'd witness as spectators. An inspirin find out more...
HYSTERIA (2012)

Certification15 Our Rating

Set in the late 19th century, this light romantic comedy revolves around how idealistic young doctor, Mortimer Granville came up with the world's first electromechanical vibrator. It also skates, very lightly, over the rather more serious issue of ‘hysteria’, applied in a medical term to encompass anyt find out more...


Certification12 Our Rating

'Julie and Julia' tells the story of 2 women; Julia Childs, who wrote 'Mastering the Art of French Cooking' and 'My Life in France', the latter of which is adapted for one half of this film, and Julie Powell, a present day New Yorker who, to escape the tedium of her own life, decided to cook her way through Julia's 524 recipes and writes a blog about doing so. The parallels and the differences between their two lives are highlighted. In the more interesting of the 2 stories Meryl Streep contin find out more...

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Charlie Price has inherited a small shoe making factory on the verge of bankruptcy, their sensible practical footwear out of touch with the demands of modern feet. When a glamouress transvestite offers Charlie an opportunity to reinvent his company's clientele the nave but good natured young man leaps at the opportunity. Based on a true story, Kinky Boots follows the comfortable tradition of The Full Monty, Calendar Girls and Billy Elliot; easy going, well acted, British comedy drama. Safe and find out more...

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Taken from a single day (July 24, 2010) this documentary is a snap shot of over 80,000 submissions and 4500 hours of deeply personal snap shots of the individual lives of everyone from around the globe. Intriguing, touching, and a little bit dull. find out more...

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Certification15 Our Rating

Dan, a trainee, but wayward, gymnast, meets a mysterious old man named Socrates, who gives him a few New Age lessons in fulfilling himself. Later, after suffering a serious broken leg, Dan recovers in time to compete in and win the US Olympic trials. Rocky goes all California style in this up-lifting story. find out more...
RADIO (2003)

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A true story based on the remarkable life of Radio', a mentally handicapped young man encouraged towards greatness by the local football coach. Whilst Radio is a beautifully filmed movie, Cuba's performance is excruciating. It's also so sugary sweet if you ate it you'd probably die from a glucose overdose. find out more...

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It is the summer of '66, and England is about to be consumed by World Cup fever. For 12-year-old Bernie though, the biggest day of his life is looming, his Bar Mitzvah, the day he becomes a man. However, Bernie's family are increasingly distracted by the threat of losing their business and their wayward older son, and the scale of Bernie's Bar Mitzvah diminishes daily. Worst of all the Cup Final is scheduled to take place on the same day and when England make it through the qualifying rounds, Be find out more...

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1969; not very successful interior designer Eliot returns from Greenwich Village to help out his struggling parents with their failing motel in upstate New York. Hearing about the cancellation of a nearby hippie festival he thinks he can drum up some business by offering them a location... and the rest is history!
There is not much music in this comic glowing tribute to the flower power era, more a starry-eyed mosaic of characters drifting in and out of focus.
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