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People who added this item 510 Average listal rating (343 ratings) 5.1 IMDB Rating 5.4
When the Switchblade, the most sophisticated prototype stealth fighter created yet, is stolen from the U.S. government, one of the United States' top spies, Alex Scott, is called to action. What he doesn't expect is to get teamed up with a cocky civilian, World Class Boxing Champion Kelly Robinson, on a dangerous top secret espionage mission. Their assignment: using equal parts skill and humor, catch Arnold Gundars, one of the world's most successful arms dealers.

Change the Asian face of Jackie Chan with that of Owen Wilson and what do you have? Another Rush Hour. Oh, there are a few different gimmicks but the slick black hip-hop speak and cockiness of the roles in which Eddie Murphy excels, give this movie the same texture. The dialogue is often funny but not really witty, the action is hyped and the circumstances are unreal. I found much of the script to be very predictable but laughed at some of the outrageous scenes anyway. Owen Wilson and Eddie Murphy are both great comedic actors. They have good chemistry together having fun trading punchlines. Famke Janssen is smoking hot as a double agent. An enjoyable movie to watch in the end.
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People who added this item 722 Average listal rating (457 ratings) 5.1 IMDB Rating 5.5
The Munros are a typically American dysfunctional family, complete with rebellious, uncommunicative offspring and baffled parents. Patriarch Bob would like to remedy the situation before his son and daughter instant-message their parents out of their lives. Bob rents a motor home to take the clan on vacation but soon finds that camping and togetherness can be hazardous to one's health.

This movie isn't one of Robin Williams best, as a matter of fact it's not really that good. It's similar to National Lampoon's Vacation except that it's much better than this movie. The movie has a few laughs and a predictable ending. There are definitely some lame attempts at humour. The Goernike family are very annoying I have to say. Williams must have had a good pay day to sign up to this movie. This wasn't too well received when it was released and I can now see why that was the case.
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People who added this item 50 Average listal rating (33 ratings) 6.1 IMDB Rating 6.7
Fatigued by the long combat in Europe, Lt. Phil Hartman and his men are ordered to advance on Remagen, a possible toehold into enemy territory. Meanwhile, Maj. Paul Kreuger of the German armed forces is ordered to defend the town and the nearby bridge across the Rhine. As a desperate battle commences, Hartman and Kreuger both find themselves pawns of larger forces and witness how war can turn each side against itself.

This movie carefully tells the story of a crucial battle from both sides, although I found the German characters to be better written and more realistic than their American counterparts. Of the US troops, George Segal is saddled with a dullish character, although Bradford Dillman is better as the prissy major. The Nazi characters are well drawn and the best of the bunch is Robert Vaughn. He's not the first actor I would have chosen to play a Nazi officer but he does surprisingly well cast against type and brings plenty to this multi-layered character. The action is realistic and sufficiently thrilling to make this movie worth a watch.
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A deadly virus from a secret Umbrella Corporation laboratory underneath Raccoon City is exposed to the world. Umbrella seals off the city to contain the virus, creating a ghost town where everyone trapped inside turns into a mutant zombie. Alice, a survivor from Umbrella's secret lab, meets former Umbrella security officer Jill Valentine and mercenary Carlos Oliviera. Together, they search for a scientist who might be able to help.

The first sequel to Resident Evil is action packed but flawed from director Alexander Witt who is admirable in making this sequel but the lack of character development, too many characters, real suspense, and a poor central villain weigh it down. The cast for the most part are good in their roles which includes Milla Jovovich, Sienna Guillory, Oded Fehr, Thomas Kretchman, Jared Harris, and Mike Epps. The rest of the cast are okay in their small roles of characters from the games who only make brief extended appearances before being written out out of the movie too soon for the audience to care about them. The action is pretty much non stop and impressive but after a while it gets to be a bit repetitive. The special effects and the make up artists have done a great job of creating the creatures that roam Raccoon City. Despite it's flaws, this sequel isn't that bad. It's a decent sci-fi thriller with plenty of action, great special effects, some suspense, humour, and good performances by the cast who make this second movie in the series worth watching but it could've been better.
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People who added this item 163 Average listal rating (95 ratings) 5.8 IMDB Rating 6.3
After the death of her mother, young Mary travels to the Cornish coast seeking her Aunt Patience. Stranded on a windswept, isolated road, Mary meets Humphrey Pengallan, who kindly escorts her to the Jamaica Inn. There, Mary meets her aunt and bullying uncle, Merlyn Joss, who secretly leads a band of pirates that pilfers the goods from wrecked ships. Suspicious, Mary turns to Pengallan for help, only to discover another dark secret.

While Jamaica Inn might be a disappointment to viewers only familiar with Alfred Hitchcock's later Hollywood work, this is not that out of line with his earlier British films. That said, if you didn't know this was a Hitchcock movie, most people would not guess it from the directing. The story in the novel by Daphne Du Maurier has the classic Hitchcock elements of deception, suspicion and paranoia; however, the movie does not. They are not brought out clearly, and the viewer is not left in the cold sweat of terror or in much suspense. What is left is the bare telling of a story and some action. The acting, judged apart from the famous names, is really just b- movie fare. But Charles Laughton's performance, while not great, is still pretty good. The bottom line is that Jamaica Inn is worth watching because it is reasonably entertaining. And it is of some academic interest because of its place in Alfred Hitchcock's works.
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People who added this item 0 Average listal rating (0 ratings) 0 IMDB Rating 6.2
A man wakes up bruised and unsteady in an old WWII London bomb site. Seeing the time he hurries home where he apologises to his wife for being three hours late. What he doesn't realise is that he's actually three weeks late and his wife has been worried sick. Over the next couple of days he attempts to piece together what happened to him and in the process finds he's being followed by strange men.

Even though the title sounds like a Hammer horror movie production, it's actually another decent British b-movie by the prominent Butchers Film Service. This is one of those movies where everything just gels together quite nicely. It's certainly not the best of its kind but it's also hard to fault. The lead has to play detective to find out what took place in the weeks since his disappearance. William Franklyn is a dependable lead but the supporting cast is even better. Nigel Green is a doctor and a youthful Anthony Booth is a spiv type. Nanette Newman makes an impact as a woman caught up in the plot. The climactic scenes in particular are quite exciting and overall this movie is sure to be enjoyed by fans of this genre.
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People who added this item 4 Average listal rating (3 ratings) 6 IMDB Rating 6.7
Jim Stephens is a deckchair attendant working in the flagging seaside resort town of Gormleigh. Jim enjoys his easy life in the town with his girlfriend, Judy, a young reporter on the local paper. Things are soon turned upside down when Judy writes an article at Jim's suggestion calling for a film festival featuring Brigitte Bardot to revitalise the town and bring in tourists.

This is an atrocious comedy movie in what was Ken Russell's directing debut. It starts feebly then gets worse. It's a one-joke movie whose one joke isn't funny! It totally fails as an old-fashioned seaside romp and the cast is left floundering with a terrible script. James Booth who was somewhat popular at the time is too chirpy for my liking and poor Roy Kinnear as the council employee who always seems to mess up tries too hard to generate laughs. Marisa Mell is nice to look at as the French babe but I preferred the American girl Alita Naughton as the pretty reporter who made one more movie then disappeared. The only good thing about this movie is the lovely views of Herne Bay.
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People who added this item 4 Average listal rating (3 ratings) 8 IMDB Rating 5.6
Who Done It? (1956)
The movie debut for Benny Hill finds him quitting his job as a sweeper in an ice rink after winning £100 and a bloodhound dog in a detective magazine. He opens a private detective agency and gets involved with a bunch of murderous Russians and a machine that can control the weather!

This movie came out as Ealing Sudios was entering its last furlong, the great studio's wonderful comedies behind them, this very much feels like a last throw of the dice whilst giving Benny Hill's career a timely push. Fans of Benny will quite quickly see the emerging comic talents of him at the early stage of his career. While this movie is obviously a low budget production, the slapstick gags and rapid-fire quips will keep any Benny Hill fan in stitches. The love interest in the movie comes via the gorgeous Belinda Lee, sadly to lose her life in a road accident five years later. There's a blink or you'll miss it cameo by Carry On star Charles Hawtrey. The number of chaotic scenes involving chases and destruction of events and property etc are well played out, with the obligatory speed framing technique showing its face as well, and it builds to a frenetic last quarter of movie that culminates at the old West Ham Stadium (not the football ground Upton Park). All in all, a fun and enjoyable movie that will not disappoint Benny Hill fans.
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People who added this item 2 Average listal rating (1 ratings) 9 IMDB Rating 9.2
This documentary which exposes the horrific truths of the animal agriculture industry in Australia shows that cruelty knows no bounds in human beings. Narrated by Joaquin Phoenix, Rooney Mara, Sia, Sadie Sink, Katherine von Drachenberg and the director himself Chris Delforce - it's a powerful movie that will shock and anger you.

Delforce and his crew use drones, and handheld cameras (including many hidden ones) to capture the horrors of the modern animal agriculture industry. He explores how different animals are used for food, entertainment, research and clothing, while also posing questions of the morality of using animals in these ways. The movie also details how many different types of animals are abused in their own different unique ways. For those who know very little about animal agriculture, this documentary should blow them away. It's extremely hard to watch and emotionally shocking but people need to be educated about how the meat industry works. A real-life horror story. Any ignorance or denial you may have before watching this will be quickly diminished. It's a painful wake-up call that the whole world needs to see.
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People who added this item 16 Average listal rating (12 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.2
Cellmates Fletch and Godber find themselves on the wrong side of the bars when they're inadvertently bungled out of Slade Prison during someone else's escape. Somehow they've got to break back in before warder Mackay notices their absence.

This is probably the best movie adaptation of any of the 1970's BBC/ITV sitcoms and stays true to the TV series. Porridge was simply one of the greatest comedy shows Britain ever produced. The majority of the cast are in the movie apart from Christopher Biggins. The set-up of the story is wonderful and makes for some very funny comedy, executed with aplomb by Ronnie Barker, Fulton Mackay and company. It's true that taking the characters out of the confines of the prison strips away much of what made the TV series so special, but the characters are so strong, the actors' chemistry is so evident so the movie stands tall enough to not sully the reputation of the show. It's a delightful way to spend an hour and half with your feet up and as a stand alone movie it entertains those not familiar with the TV show. Although the movie is no masterpiece in itself, it should be treasured keenly by all who value British comedy at its best.
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People who added this item 5 Average listal rating (3 ratings) 6.3 IMDB Rating 6.4
Boys in Brown (1949)
Teenager Jackie Knowles drives a getaway car in a robbery. He is captured and sentenced to serve three years in a borstal institution run by a sympathetic governor.

Back in the day, this movie of borstal life for young criminals was hard hitting but it's very dated now compared to Scum from the 1970's which was much more violent and gritty. It's still is an engaging little tale of borstal life with a brilliant cast and a great script allowing each character to develop and stand out from the crowd. The story weaves together various little subplots in order to stay interesting but particularly excels during a latter stage jailbreak sequence from the boys. Richard Attenborough is the leading man as Mickey with Michael Medwin, Dirk Bogarde and Jimmy Hanley all giving good performances as well. Barbara Murray is simply stunning as Mickey's girlfriend on the outside. Overall, this is a reasonably well made and entertaining movie which emphasises humane treatment and reform.
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People who added this item 5 Average listal rating (4 ratings) 6 IMDB Rating 6.4
A British army officer leads a dangerous mission to Amsterdam in 1940 to prevent valuable industrial diamonds falling into the hands of the invading Germans.

This is one of those movies that deserves to be better known because it's really quite good. The location photography of an eerily near-deserted Amsterdam is effective, and the tension is ramped up quite nicely until the whole thing seems to run out of steam in the final reel as our heroes make their getaway. The problem is that nobody is really aware that they are in fact getting away because their exploits haven't yet been uncovered. Anyway, when the movie isn't testing our heroes, it's commenting on the unenvious position in which the city's diamond merchants – many of whom are Jewish and only too aware of the treatment meted out to their creed by the Nazis. The cast are all very good with Peter Finch, Eva Bartok and Tony Britton excelling in their roles. There's a small appearance for future It Ain't Half Hot Mum star Melvyn Hayes as well. While not a movie with lots of action, there is considerable suspense and intrigue in this movie to keep viewers on the edge of our seats. Well worth seeking out.
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People who added this item 250 Average listal rating (140 ratings) 7.8 IMDB Rating 7.2
An enigmatic man of fast cars and few words, the Driver excels at maneuvering getaway vehicles through the tightest of spots, making him quite in demand in criminal circles. His skill and notoriety, however, infuriate the Detective, who becomes obsessed with taking the Driver down. Luckily for the speed-loving anti-hero, the Player, a gorgeous and resourceful woman, is around to help him elude the Detective.

Before Walter Hill hit the big time with The Warriors and Southern Comfort, he made what still stands today as one of the great 'car chase' movies. Not only is it an excuse to show off some skillful stunt driving, but it is an enticing blend of crime, noir, and action with a bleak tone and some excellent dialogue. It's definitely a forgotten cult classic and has great performances from Ryan O'Neal and Bruce Dern. This has some of the best shot, most exciting and raw car-chases ever filmed. O'Neal is perfect in the role, speaking only when necessary and everything he says sounds cool. Dern is also strong as the Detective who grows increasingly frantic and abuses his power. Isabelle Adjani as The Player is effectively distant adding to the tone of detachment and coldness. If you love your car chases, don't miss out on this cracking movie.
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People who added this item 16 Average listal rating (9 ratings) 6.7 IMDB Rating 5.7
An evil caliph offers his daughter’s hand in marriage to a prince if he can complete a perilous quest for a magical rose. Helped by a young boy and a magic carpet, Prince Hasan, has to overcome genies, fire breathing monsters and treacherous swamps to reach his prize and claim the hand of the Princess Zuleira.

A fair reworking of some of the elements from The Thief of Baghdad that's largely aimed at kids. Sometimes to moderately enjoy a movie of this type, you just got to take yourself back to a time when simple children's adventure movies were made with simple film making techniques. This obviously doesn't hold up well these days as the special effects are poor. It's not a great or very good movie, it's heavy on talk, the effects are indeed a little crude, acting and accents are borderline dire, and it seems to take an age to get going. The only good thing about it is Christopher Lee as the Caliph who is at his menacing best. Emma Samms is also gorgeous as the Princess. This is a movie you'll quickly forget about once it's over.
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People who added this item 1 Average listal rating (1 ratings) 5 IMDB Rating 5.8
During WWII, working-class Sam Twigg and his wife Mary are raising their family in the shadow of the Blitz. Their next door neighbours Joe and Emma practically live in the Twigg's house, borrowing cups of sugar or using their Anderson shelter. Controversy arises when Sam's pretty daughter Anne becomes romantically involved with RAF officer Victor Stevens. There is disapproval from Victor's wealthy parents, Sir Andrew and Lady Stevens, who object to the match on grounds of class.

Another vehicle for Jack Warner as the head of a household. It is similar to The Huggetts movie series he did except this is far less funnier. Basically this is a movie about a clash of class but with a message that upper and working classes can each still respect the other's dignity and common human feelings. The so-called comedy was supposed to centre around the Twiggs' neighbours with the husband being a big socialist who complains loudly about capitalism and his wife in and out of the Twigg's house borrowing everything under the sun but unfortunately the couple appear more annoying than anything else. The cast all perform admirably but there should have been more laughs. I would only recommend this if you're interested in the cast.
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Maria, a devout 14-year-old German Roman Catholic, goes through all 14 stations of the cross to become a saint and go to heaven.

The concept of the movie centres on Maria's attempts to make sacrifices to appease God. She forgoes basic necessities like food and warmth from her jacket much to her also strictly religious mother's chagrin. Maria is in pursuit of sainthood, and intends to save her baby brother who is 4 years old and still cannot talk. The movie moves at a satisfying quaint pace and scale for the first hour, but then it takes the perfect fateful trail to its bitter end and it's equally devastating and thought-provoking. Lea van Acken is extraordinary, giving a vulnerable and mature performance far beyond her years as the 14 year old Maria. It's easy to marvel at her endurance for those long takes. In the end, this is a wonderful movie about the dangers of religious extremism, especially when exposed to at the sensitive teenager age.
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On his deathbed, King Henry VIII recalls how he wooed and wed his six wives - and disposed of five of them - in a bid to secure the succession to the throne with a male heir.

This is the movie version of the acclaimed BBC 6-part drama series The Six Wives of Henry VIII that aired in 1970. The only person present in both the drama and the movie is that of Keith Mitchell as Henry VIII. It's difficult to compress a 6 hour drama into that of a 2 hour movie as some events are rushed by. For example Henry's relationship with Thomas More is barely established (it comes down to one 30 second conversation) before Thomas is executed. Apart from Mitchell's fantastic performance as King Henry, there's Charlotte Rampling's witchy Anne Boleyn and Lynne Frederick's captivating innocent Catherine Howard. Filling the supporting cast with familiar, entertaining figures like Michael Gough, Donald Pleasence and Brian Blessed is another plus. In conclusion, a very good movie though rather compressed of King Henry VIII's colourful life.
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People who added this item 9 Average listal rating (7 ratings) 6.7 IMDB Rating 6.4
Army chaplain Captain William Paris, who is head of entertainment at a base, is trying to figure out how to entertain the troops. Unsure of what will rouse the crowd, Paris creates a "brain trust" featuring local experts including a professor, a painter, and the painter's wife to go on stage and answer questions posed by the soldiers. But when the topic turns to matrimony, problems in the artist's marriage become apparent to all.

Alistair Sim was one of Britain's finest comedy character actors, however even his talent could not raise this poor piece of cinema above the level of boring and tedious. There were some great British movies made in the post war years, unfortunately this was not one of them, the story line is flimsy and predictable, the acting is wooden and the characters are stereotypes of middle class 1950's middle England. Only worth watching for Alistair Sim fans.
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People who added this item 129 Average listal rating (77 ratings) 6.2 IMDB Rating 6.1
Laura Mars is a celebrated fashion photographer. She is haunted by visions from a killer's eyesight. At her gala, she encounters police detective John Neville who hates the photos of violence against semi-nude women without knowing it's her. Those around her are killed and Neville investigates. Her pictures seem to mimic real crime scenes.

This is like a homage to Italian giallo movies. Touches here and there remind you of Dario Argento, Lucio Fulci, Sergio Martino and Mario Bava, such as the model settings and murder scenarios. While this movie scores heavy on style, it just lacks the magic that the best giallo's seem to have. The plot, while intriguing enough, is not nearly played out to it's full potential. There are gripping scenes here to be sure, but the movie drags quite a bit and nothing virtually happens for a long period of time. Faye Dunaway is the pale, fragile-looking lead, and being a leading actress of her time, as you would expect she is good and a character to root for. Tommy Lee Jones is rather stony-faced (like in most of his movies actually) to start off with but his character loosens up later on. Stealing the show is a manic-eyed Brad Dourif - looking extremely shifty in his brown leather jacket, curly hair and stubble - as the chauffeur. The twist ending can be seen a mile off, and it's pretty obvious to spot the identity of the real killer. Although not a brilliant movie by any means, if you're a fan of giallo movies you might get a lot out of it.
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Lester Benson is the manager of the top rock band The Small Faces, but he has a secret that he wants to keep hidden at all costs. He once did time in a military prison for impersonating an army officer and stealing army equipment. His former commanding officer returns and blackmails Benson to help him into stealing some diamonds from a safe and keep them on board a radio ship by hiding them inside a copy of vocal group The Chantelles' master tape.

This is a movie that oddly mixes diamond robbery and smuggling with mid-sixties pop music. The filmmakers must have wanted to attract a younger audience to seeing the movie so they recruited The Small Faces, Kiki Dee and The Chantelles as bit part players in order to belt out a song or two. The plot is, actually, not bad and viewers who remember the time of pirate radio ship stations anchored off the British coast will enjoy the nostalgia of seeing Radio London again. In fact it's great to see a young Kenny Everett as one of the radio ship DJ's. There is the customary fun to be had spotting various British actors and actresses with Kenneth Cope as the manager of The Small Faces and Patsy Rowlands looking out of place in a small comedy role. This is a pleasant time filler.
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People who added this item 2 Average listal rating (1 ratings) 6 IMDB Rating 5.8
Rich girl Sadie Patch is marooned on a desert island after an emergency on her cruise-ship. With her are Irish stoker Pat, prickly young Jimmy Carrol, and bald and bookish Professor Gibble. They hope to be rescued quickly but days turn into weeks and they have to adapt to their new surroundings.

An amusing comedy set on a desert island (actually Malaga) in which 3 men lust after a young Joan Collins who does look very nice in a bikini. Good humourous situations and good dialog are abound in this comedy. Kenneth More dons a rather poor Irish accent while George Cole is at his most obnoxious with veteran Robertson Hare at his scatterbrained finest. Joan Collins in one of her early movie roles plays the part of the spoilt rich girl to perfection although for a character that's supposed to be from Wigan in the north she doesn't have a Northern accent. This movie makes for a nice 80 mins if you've nothing better to watch.
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People who added this item 1 Average listal rating (1 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 6.2
Carl Stock returns to the UK after being deported for a crime he did with a gang 2 years previously. He's returned for his share of the money for the job but the gang's leader refuses so with the aid of a former safe cracker he breaks into the Jackpot club and steals £6k from the gang leader's safe. Now the police and the gang are both after Karl.

This is a pacey low budget British crime thriller which was once deemed as lost until it was found again. Unfortunately the print is still damaged and it ends rather abruptly before cutting into what are clearly recreated closing captions. The movie has a familiar plot to fans of the genre and in truth it doesn't offer up anything we haven't seen before, but at least it has a few familiar faces in William Hartnell who only turns up half way through as a police inspector and Michael Ripper as a cafe owner. The climax takes place in Arsenal's old Highbury stadium with footage of a match mixed into the action. In the end this is a simple crime drama but it's done well and worth seeking out.
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In 17th-century England, Barbara Worth lives a privileged yet humdrum life as the wife of well-heeled landowner Sir Ralph Skelton. To stave off boredom, Barbara begins impersonating famed highway robber Capt. Jerry Jackson, stealing precious jewels and valuables from coach passengers. A chance encounter with the actual Jackson propels Barbara into a dangerous double life with potentially lethal consequences.

Panned upon it's release in the U.S, this movie was very popular in Britain and is now seen as a minor classic. This romantic adventure must have seemed shockingly subversive in its day showing a wealthy upper class English woman scheming, plotting and manipulating everyone around her for her own satisfaction. I found the whole movie extremely dull and although Margaret Lockwood and James Mason perform well, it just wasn't good enough to warrant my attention and interest.
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People who added this item 8 Average listal rating (7 ratings) 6.4 IMDB Rating 7
The Prime Minister is touring the country with the highest percentage figures of employment and one of the places on his list is Little Hayhoe which tops the list with 99.9% because of the weaving industry. The 0.1% is the local tramp - Irishman Dan Dance who is liked by most residents. However, the local council want him out of the way before the PM arrives so after not paying for his drink at the local pub he is arrested and sent to live in the village almhouse.

Filmed in the North Essex village of Thaxted, this is a nearly forgotten 1950's comedy classic full of charm. Watching this movie gives you an insight into a lost world from the past where every village had a pub with one eccentric character inhabiting the place that everyone knew. The movie is full of laughs and has great performances with wonderful comic timing throughout. You'll see Sid James as a grumpy pub owner, Dora Bryan and Thora Hird taking part here. The storyline pokes fun at many things including village life and the way local council administration was (and often still is) carried out; pompousness, hypocrisy and short-sightedness commonly abound in those that 'run the village'. Definitely well worth taking a look.
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Battersea housewife Margery lives a life of drudgery in a working class terrace with her feckless husband and her small daughter. Lodging next door with her mother is Harry, a flashy salesman and nightclub owner who repeatedly attempts to seduce Marge. At first showing little interest, Marge finally gives in after he helps find her missing daughter. Harry eventually tires of Marge, and turns his attentions to her younger, educated sister, Jinny.

A realistic drama that borders too far on soap opera for my liking yet still offers an interesting insight in to the lifestyle of the working classes of the 60's. Ian Hendry is a total bastard, playing the women in his life for all the thrills he can get, no matter that they're married. Hendry is the pick of the actors in this production with June Ritchie also performing well as the bored housewife who turns to suicide when her lover ends the relationship. It's interesting to see Mike Pratt and Annette Andre in this movie as they would be acting with each other again 5 years down the line in Randall and Hopkirk. Watch out for a small cameo from a young John Hurt as a cafe worker. The outside shots of South London are great and possibly the location for Jubilee Terrace where a lot of the filming was done has been knocked down by now? If you're after a bit of gritty, old fashioned British drama then this movie comes recommended.
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People who added this item 1 Average listal rating (1 ratings) 6 IMDB Rating 6.9
The Extra Day (1956)
Shortly after a movie production wraps and its cast members go their separate ways, the movie's final reel falls out of the back of a truck and goes rolling into the English countryside. Faced with a movie with no climatic scenes, the egotistical director sends production manager Joe Blake to round up the extras so the footage can be reshot the next day.

This pleasant British comedy starts slowly, but steadily improves en route to its ironic ending. It's basically a collection of stories revolving around the lives of the extras such as an elderly couple who are having to suffer an uncomfortable living arrangement with their daughter and son-in-law, stopping a boxer from getting his face bashed in a match and enlisting some female groupies to kidnap a pop star from getting married. The sexy and seductive French actress Simone Simon brings a dash of glamour to proceedings. Most of the cast is foreign. Sid James stands out as the boxer determined to win one fight in his life before retiring and he gets to win....thanks to a bribe for his opponent! This isn't a laugh out loud comedy but it makes for a nice 90 mins.
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People who added this item 19 Average listal rating (9 ratings) 6.3 IMDB Rating 6.4
When the king of Gaillardia dies, the tiny nation's resources and location in the Pacific draw the interest of world powers. Great Britain has long enjoyed rights to Gaillardia's mineral deposits. However, the monarch's death places them in jeopardy, necessitating the dispatch of diplomat Carlton-Browne to meet with Prime Minister Amphibulos. Unfortunately, the former's bumbling, the latter's obtuseness and a revolution threaten to undermine everything.

Another comedy about a plucky little country struggling through the jungle of the modern global world with only native wit and pluck to guide them, this is a fine entry by the Boulting brothers. Terry-Thomas sparkles as usual in the lead, as a feckless ministry man led to the brink of disaster when a nation he is supposedly in charge of starts attracting the interest of the world, Ian Bannen makes a great romantic lead, Peter Sellers puts in one of his quieter performances as a corrupt politico and the pantomime villain John Le Mesurier plays against type as a rugged revolutionary leader. It's a fun movie and will be enjoyed by all.
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Wake of Death (2004)
A young Chinese girl escapes from her violent Triad father in Hong Kong by stowing away on a ship full of immigrants bound for LA. An ex-gangster and his wife take the girl in under their care but the child's father comes to the US looking for her and kills the wife and then abducts the couple's son. The ex-gangster swears revenge on the Triads.

This is a well written, well acted and well made movie which finds Van Damme in good form. One of the intriguing elements here is that Jean-Claude Van Damme is a not so good guy but an ex-gangster who has just retired from working as a bouncer in a club. Van Damme abandons his split kicks and martial arts for guns and unstylish punches which somehow adds to the realism here. While some claim this to be Jean-Claude's best work, I can't quite agree. It's good and better than some of his work from the 00's but it's far from being a Van Damme classic.
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Foolhardy campers wind up on the menu at a backwoods cannibal feast.

An ultra low budget horror movie obviously shot on a handycam. The plot you've seen countless times before - a typical group of friends who decide to go camping in the woods and end up being victimised by a group of American cannibals (one of which wears a pilot's visor and mask). Sure, the gore is cheap and the acting atrocious but at least the filmmakers try their best with what they had so I'll give them that at least. Watch it only if you are a fan of ultra low budget and trash overall.
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Rika has an ability to see dead people. When 3 ghosts of teenage girls appear before her and ask that she help them extract revenge on those that murdered them, Rika agrees on the condition that they do not kill them.

This is one of those silly Japanese horror comedies from Noboru Iguchi who has directed and written such bat shit crazy movies as The Machine Girl and Dead Sushi. This movie isn't as gore heavy as some of his classics but it's still entertaining with it's insane and goofy storyline. For example, one of the ghost girls that would like to be reincarnated as a dog the next time she's reborn produces a puppet mutt on her arm so that she can attack her murderers!! Despite being a fun movie, it does go on a little bit too long with it's flashback sappy saccharine moments of the 3 girls in their past lives. With some solid wacky ghost action and a lot more emotion than expected for something like this, this movie has plenty to like and is a good outing for fans of Iguchi.
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See No Evil (1971)
In the English countryside, Sarah Rexton, recently blinded in a horse riding accident, moves in with her uncle's family and gallantly adjusts to her new condition, unaware that a killer stalks them. After her former boyfriend Steve presents Sarah with a new horse and suggests they resume their romance, she returns home and discovers the bodies of her murdered relatives. A cat and mouse game commences as the sightless woman evades the killer while trying to learn his identity.

This is a bit of a slow burn but is worth the watch. Mia Farrow delivers a fine performance, she is the best thing about this movie as the blind girl Sarah. There are plenty of effective moments of terror on offer. Sarah is unaware that her family members have been murdered, unable to see the corpses scattered around the house but the viewer can see them and it really is quite horrific. Great camera work, good cast - some very familiar faces to British audiences in particular. The identity of the killer is not revealed until the end, with a red herring thrown in. The viewer only sees his cowboy boots for most of the movie. A pretty good little thriller that is worth seeing.
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Desert Mice (1959)
Set during the early years of WWII, a group of entertainers known as ENSA who go around the troops and give them a varierty show to make them forget about the war become involved with a stuffy Major who doesn't want them anywhere near him and his boys.

This movie is going to be of instant appeal thanks to the appearance of the likes of Sid James and Dora Bryan in leading roles. It serves as both an affectionate tribute to ENSA and a comedy of sorts. Yes, the humour is broad and the entertainment value is patchy; but then so it was with ENSA too, so it all makes sense! Much of the jokes come at the expense of Alfred Marks as the stuffy Major. The best part of the movie is when the entertainers end up foiling a genuine German plot spearheaded by Marius Goring which is funny. It's a shame that the lovely Liz Frazer disappears around half way through and is never seen again in the movie. It's not a classic movie by any means but still worth a watch.
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The Long Duel (1967)
In the India of the 1920's, British police officer Freddy Young strongly opposes his government's harsh treatment of local tribes. One of the tribe leaders, Sultan, resolves to deliver his people from their bondage. Although the British officers regard Sultan as a dangerous criminal, Young recognises him as a fellow idealist and an enemy to respect. Young's admiration for the tribal chief conflicts with his assignment to capture the rebel.

This is a sort of British Western that doesn't take place in the U.S, has no native American characters or white guys with American accents but this movie is undoubtedly a western that has been relocated from the American plains to British run India. It is by no means rubbish but it is rather dull and overlong at times. The movie does contain some gun battles and fist fights so it's not exactly a total bore and one scene with a fugitive hiding down a well does contain some suspense. Most of the outside filming took place in Spain and not India. Yul Brynner as Sultan and Trevor Howard as Young are fine in their roles though some of the dialog is poor. There's also a ridiculous romantic interest between 54 year old Howard and 21 year old Charlotte Rampling. This movie works as a run-of-the-mill western but it's nothing spectacular.
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A young boy is kidnapped and placed in a room in a house somewhere in London with a ticking time bomb stuffed inside a toy gollywog which is set to go off the next day at 10am unless the kidnapper is given some money and a plane ticket to South America.

A taut and fast paced thriller which doesn't waste any time with it's sparkling script and tight direction from Lance Comfort. The plot is tidy and unfussy and proceeds well towards its somewhat novel conclusion. Robert Shaw is excellent as the disturbed kidnapper, Marlow, and sterling support is provided by John Gregson as the police inspector. Nice cameo bit by William Hartnell as Robert Shaw's father. There's suspense in spades here, alongside plot twists you won't see coming. It's a pity that B-movie thrillers like this one are so little known as this sort of movie more than holds its own against modern fare. A worthwhile watch.
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A boy called Charlie is enchanted with a green Wedgwood vase at the British Museum and grows up to become an antique dealer but his business isn't going quite so well until he hears about a room full of Wedgwood in a country mansion up for demolition and that a vase might be amongst the finds there.

This quaint comedy is the story of an ordinary man who has an obsession through his life about something he saw in his childhood and is determined to get his hands on one. It's not a dramatic movie at all but a gentle comedy with interesting and likable characters who help him in his search. It has the flavour of an Ealing movie. Peter Finch is great as Charlie and he captures well the longing he has for the vase. He loves his wife and children but there is also this itch he can't get rid of until the vase is in his hands. Scottish redhead Adrienne Corri is stunning as the woman who will not sell the vase to Peter until she gets the right price for it. An entertaining movie that has a beguiling charm about it.
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Captain Vinka Kovelenko defects from Russia, but not for political reasons. She defects because she feels discriminated against as a woman. Captain Chuck Lockwood gets the order to show her the bright side of capitalism, while she tries to convince him of the superority of communism. Naturaly, they fall in love, but there's still the KGB, which doesn't like the idea of having a defected Russian officer running around in London.

This movie is by no means one of the classics in any sense: it's entertaining, occasionally very funny, but nothing spectacular. What's odd, and possibly most positive, about this Cold War comedy (written and produced at the height of tensions between the US and the USSR) is that there is no moralising or preaching. No propaganda. In the end, it's simply a romantic comedy about opposites attracting. Katharine Hepburn is great as Vinka - her trademark energy barely reined in, her Russian accent is a little OTT but passable. Bob Hope as Chuck Lockwood gets his typical wisecracking quips in. Supporting characters include James Robertson Justice and Sid James with more hair than usual. A bizarre, but interesting movie if you want to see Hepburn speaking in a Russian accent and examining a pushup bra with a look of utmost disdain on her face!!
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A brilliant documentary charting Liam Gallagher's comeback as a solo artist. It begins with the Paris gig in 2009 when Noel walked out on Oasis citing differences with Liam then goes on to the under appreciated years of the group Beady Eye which Liam thought might have been as big as Oasis but never came close and then his current solo career that has seen Liam getting his groove back. He is honest about the mistakes he's made in the past and he just seems a different chilled out man altogether from his wild days in Oasis. There are opinions about Liam from his current girlfriend, his mother and brother Paul along with former bandmate Bonehead. As an Oasis fan I loved it and I'm happy that Liam is back at his best again. Highly recommended.
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A hypochondriac working as an airport baggage handler is forced to confront his fears when a British teenager with a terminal illness enlists him to help her carry out her eccentric bucket list.

I only watched this as I liked Maisie Williams on Game of Thrones but this is such a cringy movie. The whole dying girl scenario has been done to death many times and this one tries to be different but ultimately fails. The script is incredibly cheesy and Maisie Williams tries too hard as a dying girl because she comes across as annoying instead. It's embarrassing to watch her act in this movie truth be told. The worst culprit of all and somebody viewers should know when they see his name down on the cast that it's gonna be a crap movie is Ken Jeong as a policeman. Ever since his breakout role in The Hangover he's been nothing short of bad and he's awful in this one too. The so-called comedy moments just aren't funny. It feels like the script was written by a novice. There have been far better movies with this subject matter than this one so do yourself a favour and skip it.
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15 year-old Maquia is an Iolph – a loom-weaving humanoid species that never appears to age. Iolph are considered the Clan of the Separated, as their fate is to always become separated from their loved ones. In consequence, they are taught to never fall in love. Instead, they devote their days to weaving the fabric of life. Their “hibiol” tapestries hold the memory of the clan’s history, lest it be forgotten. When Maquia gets separated from the clan, she adopts a human baby, and the pair must navigate life in the human world.

This anime movie had a good start to it but it went downhill quickly. I just didn't find the plot to be all that interesting and it goes on for too long and drags around the middle section. There’s lots of story going on, but the main theme seems to be motherhood: how it shapes women’s lives, and how the relationship between mother and child changes throughout the years. The animation is fantastic and the characters are very well drawn. I'm sure debutant director Mari Okada has a bright future in the industry but this movie just doesn't justify the high praise it's been given in some quarters.
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Director Luc Besson revisits one of his earlier works here in an updated version of La Femme Nikita. The story is entertaining but there are too many time jumps which annoyed me. Thankfully I could still follow the story for the most part. Russian model Sasha Luss embodies confidence and female empowerment into the character of Anna, which gives the movie that feel good factor that the viewer wants to see. Not only is there action and suspense, but many unexpected moments of comedy particularly from Helen Mirren. It's a well done movie but in the end it's nothing you haven't seen before.
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Peter, a young boy living in the fishing village of St Monans, Scotland during the 1940's, learns about life and the beauty of imagination from his grandfather and female teacher.

This little known Scottish movie about a boy growing up in a small town on the East coast of Scotland is a bit of a strange movie as there's no plot as such in it. Peter lives in a bit of a dream world so many of the sequences are like a dream. The locations filmed are beautiful to look at but the movie itself did nothing for me. One or two scenes were fairly interesting but on the whole I can understand why this movie didn't do so well as it makes little sense after you've finished watching it. Might interest some people but the majority will quickly tire of this movie.
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Jet Storm (1959)
While on a flight from London to New York, a man plants a bomb in order to kill one of the passengers who murdered his young daughter in a hit and run accident 2 years previously.

This is basically a disaster movie prototype, from before there were such things. It wasn't the first movie made about a flight in peril, but it was one of the first to feature a jet aircraft. This movie is chock-a-block with fine acting talent and the claustrophobic confines of the aircraft make for a good 'plot pressure cooker' that eventually brings things to a head. Richard Attenborough as the mad bomber angry at the world and Stanley Baker as the airplane captain are the standouts in the cast. Other familiar faces include a young Paul Eddington and Harry Secombe to bring a little touch of light relief to proceedings. All in all, this is a quality British thriller.
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Villagers in the Norfolk Broads oppose the RAF using their bird sanctuary called the Island of Children for missile target practice.

This great movie portrays the people of the beautiful county of Norfolk as wildlife activists before their time. The fundamentally decent Air Force personnel are cast as the not very bad guys using an area frequented by nesting birds as a firing range. The movie makes its point quite gently with excellent performances in the British tradition and a wonderful cast. There are lot of shots of a bygone age of flying with Meteors and Swift planes in action. The scenery of Norfolk's beautiful northern coast and wetlands will enchant you.
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Set during World War II, this movie charts the story of a good-natured Vatican priest who opposes an ideologically charged SS general hell-bent on killing more than 300 Roman hostages after a German squadron of 32 soldiers is killed by a bomb carried out by the Italian resistance.

A fine ensemble cast headlines this worthy but rather dull WWII drama that tells of human conflict in Nazi-occupied Rome in 1944. The plot sounds like a powerful, intriguing story and it is, but I can't help wonder whether it would have worked better as a documentary. There's tension in the movie, but it's limited to brief interludes as we follow the resistance fighters planning to blow up the Nazi march. Unfortunately, in between these affecting moments are lengthy dialogue sequences between the Nazi officials, sequences which add little to the production. The climax showing the aftermath of the resistance attack – and the Nazis' ultimate revenge – is hard-hitting indeed. The casting is good; the producers assembled numerous heavyweights to play the Nazi officers, including Richard Burton, Peter Vaughan and Leo McKern. The movie would have been better if it had been a bit pacier and much of the talky sequences cut down.
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Alex Foster, a captain in the British navy, heads to the Libyan seaport of Tobruk during World War II. The city, which offers access to important trade routes, has been taken over by the Germans, and Foster goes undercover as a Nazi to reunite with British soldiers being held behind enemy lines and lead them to seize control of the port. When Foster discovers the soldiers are in fact sick POWs, he must find a way to lead the unhealthy men in a successful mission anyway.

This fairly exciting low budget war movie contains high-powered action-packed shootouts, grand-scale explosions, thrills and lots of fun with scenes directly lifted from another movie "Tobruk". The movie has a development of a very simple and plain plot with plenty of nonsense situations, sticky events, absurd events and many other silly things. The main star in this movie is Richard Burton as Captain Foster who copies the actions of George Peppard to fit the footage of "Tobruk" into the action scenes of this movie. What's the point of watching this and "Tobruk" if the action scenes are the same? Still worth a watch as it is exciting and well acted.
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RAF squadron leader David "Scotty" Scott is shot down over France and thought to be dead. His best friend, Quint Munroe, takes his place not only as leader but also in the arms of Scott's wife, Beth. Quint is to lead an attack on a Gestapo stronghold in Northern France, where French Resistance fighters and Allied soldiers are being held prisoner in a chateau. Soon Quint realizes that Scotty is alive and being held in his bombing target.

At a time when many a star-studded and big-budgeted WWII actioner emerged, this modest effort seemed definitely like second-tier material – offering customary but efficient thrills and decent spectacle. It unfortunately also borrowed stock footage from two other movies most notably from '633 Squadron'. Sure, its weak on characterisation, clichéd in its plot, with wooden acting and stereotype Germans but you don't watch a B-movie for characterisation, intricate plotting, great dialogue and so on. Rather, you just watch it for escapism and a bit of boys-own adventure fun. The final attack on the German held chateau in France is rather good. A movie to watch on a wet Sunday afternoon.
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Two young kids from Dorset run away from home to go to London to see Queen Elizabeth's coronation.

An utterly charming movie full of youthful bluster and eccentric adults. It is very much of its time, it harks back to a time when kids were safe on the streets, people were only too glad to help and you could drink water from the local stream! In essence it's a road movie, one that is powered by two kids who by hook or by crook, want to see the Queen get crowned. The plot shows how these two young kids use initiative and naivety to get to their destination, how they affect everyone who comes into contact with them, and finally how such an historical event brought about a joy and community spirit that is sadly all too lacking in today's modern British society. The child actors are very likable plus you get to see Sid James at his grumpy best and Peter Sellers in a small role as a policeman. There's footage of the actual coronation procession itself and the crowning inside Westminster Abbey. A true spirit lifting movie and a beacon of unadulterated joy for the child in all of us. A very enjoyable movie.
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Feral (2018)
A strange animal attacks six graduate students on a weekend hike in the woods. One by one, they become infected with an unknown virus that turns them into bloodthirsty creatures.

This is yet another done-to-death teens-in-the-woods horror flick in which a bunch of vacuous youngsters head off into the forest for some fun only to find themselves exposed to a rabies-type virus. You've seen movies like this before and there's nothing about this one to make it stand out from the masses. Things begin with the usual foray into torture porn and stays on the same level, emphasising bloodshed and noise over any kind of decent plotting and atmosphere. Unless you've really got nothing better to watch, don't really bother with this movie.
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A young woman prepares for her wedding in Italy, unaware that her fiance and sister had a Summer fling 3 years previously.

Pretty much what I expected - a Mamma Mia rip-off and not a very good one at that either. The music was OK but unfortunately the storyline was totally predictable and the acting was completely rubbish. The way the songs were introduced in the movie was atrocious. The only good bits were the Italian scenic vistas that makes you want to visit the place. Those that enjoyed Mamma Mia might like this cheesy movie but to be honest it's not a patch on it.
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A NATO security leak leads a British agent and his American counterpart on a trail of clues, deception and intrigue.

This is a very good movie about a tale of spies in London exchanging government information in a cat and mouse chase between the secret agents and the security men. The characters are well-rounded and have good, sparky dialogue that is often humorous too which gives them more humanity. It's a cut above most second features that came out during this time. Good and credible performances by reliable British actors such as Patrick Allen, James Maxwell and Harold Goodwin make this a taut and suspenseful movie that is worth catching.
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