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GUY X (2005)

Certification15 Our Rating

Private Rudy Spruance is not the happiest of soldiers, a man who is beginning to realise that the greatest mistake he ever made was joining up. Posted to an army hospital in the frozen wastes of the Arctic Rudy's world would seem to have no end of unpleasant surprises in store for him. This is no ordinary base, for a start everyone to a man is pretty well short of a full picnic, and there are some very unpleasant things going on down in the basement, it's beginning to look like a close race as t find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

Television reporter Angela Vidal and her cameraman are assigned to spend the night shift with a Los Angeles fire crew. But when an apparently routine call takes them to a rundown apartment block the easy going banter is soon lost. Police officers have already arrived at the scene in response to reports of screaming from one of the flats, what they discover is an initially unknown infection that is not only killing the residents but sending them into a murderous psychosis before they die. As if t find out more...
SICKO (2007)

Certification12 Our Rating

Mr Moore is at it again, trashing the core values of ‘The Land of the Brave and the Free', this time it's the ripoff American health service, a system which despite its huge cost is one of the least effective in the ‘developed' world. Moore compares it with the health services of Canada, Britain, France and Cuba as examples of how a system should be run, but, and this is always the flaw in Moore's documentaries, you never get a truly rounded argument. However the man's mission is to address the find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Nick Naylor is a tobacco lobbyist and, damn, he's good at his job, no sleepless nights for old Nicky boy, he takes an idea, spins it until it's close to vomiting, and then runs with the bastardised concept like the devil himself wants a piece of his arse. The pressure however is beginning to mount, not from the anti-tobacco lobbyists, not from the competition and not from his bosses (Nick has a mighty ego), but from the naïve yet unavoidably honest enquires of his young son. Thank You For Smokin find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

A film dominated by one performance, Forest Whitaker's turn as the infamous dictator Idi Amin. When young Scotsman Nicholas Garrigan becomes his personal physician few of us doubt that it will inevitably end in tears, but Amin, as is so often the way with monsters, has considerable charm to go with his paranoid genocidal tendencies and the naïve Garrigan is seduced. However Garrigan's role is ambiguous; is he just dumb or is he willingly looking the other way? The film also reverses the typical find out more...

CertificationPG Our Rating

A highly intelligent and thoughtful dramatisation of Francois Mitterrand's last years, not merely as a politician but as an old man bedeviled by illness and haunted by promises broken or unfulfilled. An idealistic young journalist hired as his diarist attempts to coax truths from the great leader, but finds that as the inevitability of death approaches his subject is less concerned with his own achievements and more with his own mortality. Witty, touching, understated and utterly compelling, 'Th find out more...
[REC] (2007)

Certification16 Our Rating

An ambulance, a police and a TV crew arrive in a Spanish apartment block on a call out. On trying to leave, with a police officer badly bitten by an aggressive old lady, they find themselves and the inhabitants barricaded in by the authorities and the victims of a Bio-Nuclear-Chemical alert... find out more...