Action packed, seriously gory and with some classic lines
Kill Bill - Vol. 1
(2003) Starring:Sonny Chiba, Uma Thurman, Michael Parks Director:Quentin Tarantino Certificate: Watch now: Unavailable
Quentin Tarantino returns to the director's chair with KILL BILL after a six-year hiatus. The movie proves once again that he is a hyperactive visionary and the master of cinematic coolness. Split into two volumes by Miramax in order to ensure that Tarantino's vision would not be compromised (and ..read more »
Kill Bill - Vol. 2
(2004) Starring:Samuel L. Jackson, Uma Thurman, Michael Parks Director:Quentin Tarantino Certificate: Watch now: Included in all packages with LOVEFiLM Instant
Continuing the story-line which unfolded in "Kill Bill Vol. I," this is a revenge tale of an expert assassin, called The Bride, who sets out on a quest to wreak vengeance upon her former employer, Bill, and other members of their assassin circle, for shooting her at her wedding--along with everyone ..read more »
One of the great 'feel good' films. Great cast and funny lines with a sweet cheesy ending.
Sweet Home Alabama
(2002) Starring:Josh Lucas, Patrick Dempsey, Reese Witherspoon Director:Andrew Tennant Certificate:
New York fashion designer Melanie Carmichael suddenly finds herself engaged to the city's most eligible bachelor. But Melanie's past holds many secrets, including Jake, the redneck husband she married in high school, who refuses to divorce her. Bound and determined to end their contentious ..read more »
Absolutely histerical. Eddie Murphy and Jamie Curtis are superb.
(1983) Starring:Don Ameche, Jamie Lee Curtis, Denholm Elliott Director:John Landis Certificate:
Bored, millionaire brothers Randolph and Mortimer Duke (Ralph Bellamy and Don Ameche) make a wager on whether two people from opposite ends of the social spectrum can adjust successfully if they trade places. To this end, they engineer the rise of streetwise tramp Billy Ray Valentine (Eddie Murphy) ..read more »
Not exactly scary but very well made and directed. Anthony Hopkins sends shivers down your spine with his portayal as Norman Bates of Bates Motel.
(1960) Starring:Martin Balsam, Anthony Perkins, John Gavin Director:Alfred Hitchcock Certificate:
Alfred Hitchcock directs this Oscar-nominated thriller starring Janet Leigh and Anthony Perkins. Marion Crane (Leigh) goes on the run after stealing $40,000 from one of her employer's clients. Taking a wrong turn in a storm, she arrives at the isolated Bates Motel, run by the twitchy Norman (..read more »
Slightly quirky but the acting is excellent and the characters are wierdly easy to relate to! The spooky soundtrack is also very good. The ending is unexpected but believable.
(1999) Starring:Thora Birch, Scott Bakula, Wes Bentley Director:Sam Mendes Certificate:
Lester Burnham (Kevin Spacey) is a man in mid-life crisis; his estate agent wife, Carolyn (Annette Bening), despises him, while teenage daughter Jane is disgusted by the obsession he develops with her attractive friend Angela (Mena Suvari). In an attempt to recapture the lost days of his youth, ..read more »
Some very funny lines and a good story line however if you don't like predictable films then this is probably not for you!
(2000) Starring:Molly Shannon, Bridget Moynahan, Jeremy Piven Director:Peter Chelsom Certificate: Watch now: Included in all packages with LOVEFiLM Instant
On a bustling shopping day in the winter of 1990, Jonathon Trager meets Sara Thomas. Two strangers amid the masses in NYC, their paths collide in the mad holiday rush as they fall victim to a mutual attraction. Despite the fact that each is involved in another relationship, Jonathon and Sara spend ..read more »
Incredibly moving. Its one of those films which stays with and you can watch it again and again. The soundtrack is very emotional but that alone is worth listening to.
(2000) Starring:Oliver Reed, Russell Crowe, Connie Nielsen Director:Ridley Scott Certificate:
Drawing its inspiration from Anthony Mann's 'The Fall of the Roman Empire' (1964) and Stanley Kubrick's 'Spartacus' (1960), Ridley Scott's Oscar-winning take on the Roman epic lavishes the genre with the very latest in computer-generated effects technology. After the death of Emperor Marcus ..read more »