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DVD. English.
Published [U.K.]: Warner, 2008
Hot-shot defence attorney Kevin Lomax (Keanu Reeves) seems to have landed on his feet when he is poached by an international law firm in New York. Lomax...
BBFC classification: 18

DVD. English.
Published [U.K.]: Columbia TriStar, 2000
Sarah (Robin Tunney) has just moved to L.A. and started a new school. Feeling alienated by her new surroundings she takes up with Nancy, Bonnie and Rochelle...
BBFC classification: 15

DVD. English.
Published [U.K.]: Paramount Home Entertainment, 2011
Sergio Leone's epic spaghetti Western starring Charles Bronson and Henry Fonda. Frank (Fonda) is a sadistic outlaw hired by a crippled railroad baron (...
BBFC classification: 15

DVD. English.
Published [U.K.]: Fox Pathe, 2002
Leonard Shelby (Guy Pearce) is suffering from acute short-term memory loss and is unable to remember anything for more than a few minutes at a time. This...
BBFC classification: 15

DVD. English.
Published [London]: Cinema Club, 2003
In Japan in the 1970s, a calligrapher delicately writes a birthday greeting on his daughter's face. When the little girl grows up, she remembers the event...
BBFC classification: 18

DVD. English.
Published [U.K.] Universal, 1999
The team behind the hugely successful 'Four Weddings and a Funeral' returns for this romantic comedy, which is now the biggest grossing British film of...

DVD. English.
Published London: Columbia Tristar Home Entertainment, 2004
Kenneth Branagh stars in and directs this adaptation of Mary Shelley's classic horror yarn. Obsessed with creating life, Victor Frankenstein (Branagh)...
BBFC classification: 15

DVD. English.
Published [U.K.]: Optimum Releasing, 2007
Spanish fantasy story directed by Guillermo del Torro ('Cronos') with stunning sets, shocking scenes and effects - set in the mind's eye of a lonely young...
BBFC classification: 15

DVD. English.
Published [U.K.]: Warner Home Video, 2008
BBFC classification: U

DVD.
Published [U.K.]: Paramount Pictures, 2008
'Up the Junction' is an unforgettable classic of British cinema. It is the tale of a young, well-heeled party girl who, bored with her affluent Chelsea...
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