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Bend of the River (UIP 1952, James Stewart, Arthur Kennedy)
James Stewart stars as Glyn McLyntock, a former Missouri raider hoping to make a new life while keeping his pastRead more.
Notting Hill (1999, Julia Roberts, Hugh Grant)
Divorcee William Thacker (Hugh Grant) runs an unprofitable bookshop in a trendy London neighbourhood, which attracts American movie star AnnaRead more.
Bad Seed, The (Warner 1956, Patty McCormack, Eileen Heckart)
The Bad Seed is a suspenseful thriller about a mother who slowly comes to the ghastly conclusion that her eight-year-oldRead more.
Since You Went Away (Selznick 1944, Claudette Colbert, Jennifer Jones)
Touching WWII drama Since You Went Away focuses on the home front and the war's impact on the lives ofRead more.
Young in Heart, The (Selznick 1938, Janet Gaynor, Douglas Fairbanks Jr)
The Young In Heart is great fun as a family of con artists (Roland Young, Billie Burke, Douglas Fairbanks Jr,Read more.
Charlotte Gray (2001, Cate Blanchett, James Fleet)
During the Second World War, young Scot Charlotte Gray (Cate Blanchett) begins an affair with RAF officer Peter Gregory (RupertRead more.
Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The (UA 1938, Tommy Kelly, Jackie Moran)
In The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, after accidentally witnessing a murder, Tom and his pals Huck and Joe run awayRead more.
Big Chill, The (Columbia 1983, Tom Berenger, Glenn Close)
Lawrence Kasdan's ensemble piece charts the couplings and conflicts among a group of friends, reunited for the funeral of anotherRead more.
Hope and Glory (Columbia 1987, Sebastian Rice-Edwards)
John Boorman's autobiographical film evokes the solidarity and humour that kept the home fires burning during the London Blitz. Nine-year-oldRead more.
Mouse That Roared, The (1959, Peter Sellers, Jean Seberg)
The Mouse That Roared is the film that turned Peter Sellers into an international film star is a witty satireRead more.
Gosford Park (2001, Helen Mirren, Clive Owen)
Robert Altman is known for his ensemble films, but with Gosford Park he has taken things to a new levelRead more.