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Inglourious Basterds | DVD | (17/04/2019)
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Outpost | DVD | (15/09/2008)
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Set in war-torn Eastern Europe a band of battle-worn mercenaries undertake a dangerous mission into a no-man's land at the behest of a mysterious businessman. When they locate and secure a disused military bunker they also discover a terrifying secret that has laid buried for half a century--and which they'll have to fight to survive.
Lust, Caution | DVD | (28/04/2008)
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Lust Caution is the new film from Ang Lee Director of Brokeback Mountain and Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon. The film is based on a short story by the revered Chinese author Eileen Change. Shanghai 1942. Mrs. Mak a woman of sophistication and means walks into a caf places a phone call and then sits and waits. She remembers how her story began several years earlier in 1938 China. She is not in fact Mrs. Mak but shy Wong Chia Chi (Tang Wei). With WWII underway Wong has been left behind by her father who has escaped to England. As a freshman at university she meets fellow student Kuang Yu Min (Wang Leehom). Kuang has started a drama society to shore up patriotism. As the theater troupe's new leading lady Wong realizes that she has found her calling she is able to move and inspire audiences - and Kuang. He convenes a core group of students to carry out a radical and ambitious plan to assassinate a top Japanese collaborator Mr. Yee (Tony Leung). Each student has a part to play; Wong will be Mrs. Mak who will gain Yee's trust by befriending his wife (Joan Chen) and then draw the man into an affair. Wong transforms herself utterly inside and out and the scenario proceeds as scripted - until an unexpectedly fatal twist spurs her to flee. Shanghai 1941. With no end in sight for the occupation Wong - having emigrated from Hong Kong - goes through the motions of her existence. Much to her surprise Kuang re-enters her life. Now part of the organized resistance he enlists her to again become Mrs. Mak in a revival of the plot to kill Yee who as head of the collaborationist secret service has become even more a key part of the puppet government. As Wong reprises her earlier role and is drawn ever closer to her dangerous prey she finds her very identity being pushed to the limit...
Waltz with Bashir | DVD | (30/03/2009)
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One night at a bar an old friend tells director Ari Folman about a recurring nightmare in which he is chased by 26 vicious dogs. Every night the same number of beasts. The two men conclude that there's a connection to their Israeli Army mission in the first Lebanon War of the early eighties. Ari is surprised that he can't remember a thing anymore about that period of his life. Intrigued by this riddle he decides to meet and interview old friends and comrades around the world. He needs to discover the truth about that time and about himself. As Ari delves deeper and deeper into the mystery his memory begins to creep up in surreal images...
Cass | DVD | (29/12/2008)
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Father. Son. Husband. Hooligan. Cass is the incredible true story of one man's identity struggle and ultimate redemption. The film follows how a Jamaican orphan baby adopted by an elderly white couple in 1950's London changed from being the most feared hooligan in the country to Britain's best-selling black author.
The Ruins | DVD | (13/10/2008)
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Whether you consider plants a source of terror or not will ultimately determine how you feel about the grisly horror movie The Ruins, but director Carter Smith and his cast and crew certainly give their all in bringing the chills of Scott Smith's novel to the big screen. Jena Malone (Saved) and Shawn Ashmore (the X-Men franchise) are the name actors in a pair of American couples down Mexico way who are ambushed by hostile Mayans and forced to the top of an ancient temple, where a monstrous and diabolically clever entity awaits them. Director Smith and his talented crew (which includes cinematographer Darius Khondji of Se7en fame and composer Graeme Revell) create a visually impressive spookshow but can't quite deliver genuine suspense (gore, however, is handled capably), and Scott Smith's script boils away much of the character development and mounting terror in his book, which also strands the likeable cast. The movie's monster, so alarming and imaginative in the original novel, is likely to provoke as many laughs as screams from filmgoers, especially when it reveals its unique talent. --Paul Gaita
Tigerland | DVD | (01/04/2002)
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Shot in the rough, 16-millimeter style of a low-budget documentary, Tigerland marked director Joel Schumacher's welcomed return to simplicity after a slew of bloated blockbusters such as Batman & Robin. In revitalising Schumacher's directorial talent, Tigerland--which is partially inspired by the Danish Dogme 95 movement of no-frills filmmaking--suggested that one solution to Hollywood's moribund "product" was to abandon excess, focus on essentials, and assemble a fine cast of unknown actors to make it all worthwhile. To that end, Tigerland also marked the deserving arrival of Irish actor Colin Farrell as Hollywood's hottest new discovery. Its story never leaves US soil, so Tigerland differs from such in-country Vietnam films as Platoon and Full Metal Jacket. Instead, it's about the anxieties and moral dilemmas that arise from the anticipation of death and killing. These roiling emotions are focused on the character of Private Bozz (Farrell), whose insubordination betrays a singular knack for leadership during infantry training at Fort Polk, Louisiana, in 1971. Part RP McMurphy and part Cool Hand Luke, Bozz is a defiant maverick, barely tolerated by his superiors, challenged or revered by his fellow grunts and ultimately honed into a soldier of remarkable promise. An intense final week in the live-ammo training ground nicknamed "Tigerland" galvanises the platoon and Bozz's place in it, and although the film (partially based on co-writer Ross Klavan's own experience) lacks the emotional impact of Platoon, it deals quite poignantly with the internal conflicts that must be waged before external warfare can be endured. --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com
While She Was Out | DVD | (27/10/2008)
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A typical suburban housewife is forced to fend for herself when she becomes stranded in a desolate forest with four murderous thugs. What started off as a quick trip to the mall has ended in the woods with a fight for her life. All she has is a toolbox and her will to survive.
Dead Girl | DVD | (17/04/2019)
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Set in Los Angeles The Dead Girl is a story about a dead girl told in five chapters. A woman miserable in her circumscribed life caring for her domineering mother finds a body. Somehow this discovery allows her to change. At the morgue the sister of a girl missing for 15 years believes the body is that of her sister; this liberates her. An older woman married to a man who pays her little attention finds evidence in a storage unit; how will she handle it? The mother of the dead girl who left home some years before visits the last place her daughter lived and makes her own discoveries. Last we flash back to the victim's final day.
War | DVD | (26/03/2007)
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Gung Ho! (Dir. Ray Enright 1943): Marine raiders in a new outfit train for invasion in this gripping World War II action film. The bloodthirsty misfits of the ""Gung Ho"" squadron become fierce fighting machines. The Big Lift (Dir. George Seaton 1950): Part-documentary part-movie Montgomery Clift plays Danny from the US Airforce who falls in love with a beautiful German widow in Berlin during the post-war airlift in 1948. Meanwhile Sgt. Kowalski finds his hatred