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Alex In Wonderland (1970)

Alex, a  young long-haired Hollywood director wrestles with success while his wife copes with their domestic fallouts. His attempts to make a follow-up to his smash-hit...

Alexander The Great (1956)

An epic account of the young prince whose military conquests unified the civilised world in the fourth century BC. Alexander (Richard Burton), son of Philip...

Alfie (1966)

The story of a cockney Don Juan who finally finds out the truth that to make birds and brass (especially birds) the object in...

Alfie Darling (1974)

This follow-up to the Oscar-nominated Alfie (1966) finds pop singer Alan Price replacing Michael Caine as the cockney casanova, with director Ken Hughes taking...

Alice (1988)

Having previously visited Lewis Carroll in Jabberwocky (1977), Czech surrealist animator and director Jan Svankmajer made his feature bow with this distinctive adaptation, which...

Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore (1975)

Ellen Burstyn won a Best Actress Oscar for her performance as a strong-willed 35-year-old widow trying to forge a new life for herself and...

Alice In Wonderland (1951)

Having acquired the rights to the Tenniel drawings in the 1930s, Walt Disney hoped to star Mary Pickford in the first animated retelling of...

Alice in Wonderland: An X-rated Musical Comedy (1976)

Produced by Bill Osco of Flesh Gordon (1974) fame, this musical reimagining is more panto than porno. Former Playboy playmate Kristine De Bell plays a...

Alice, Sweet Alice (1977)

Religious overtones run through this offbeat, multilayered whodunnit horror movie, telling the tale of a devout New Jersey family's struggle to reveal the killer...

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1972)

Musical version of Alice in Wonderland - the story of a girl who tumbles down a rabbit hole, finds herself in a magical world...

Alice’s Restaurant (1969)

A folk singer mingles with hippie dropouts in this satirical melodrama about the freewheeling life-style of the 1960's. The theme is rather flimsy, but director...

Alien (1979)

When Alien hit theatres in 1979, science fiction movies had mostly been flying saucer films with goofy looking aliens who abducted good-looking models to their ships...

Alien 3 (1992)

Given that the first two films stand up as sci-fi classics in their own right, director David Fincher, in his feature film debut, had...

Alien Nation (1989)

Long before Mandy Patinkin became an endearingly obnoxious doctor in Chicago Hope, he was a mottle-headed space creature in Alien Nation. He sensibly chose not to...

Alien: Resurrection (1997)

In 1979, Sigourney Weaver was a relative unknown with only a couple of bit parts to her name when she won the role of...

Aliens (1986)

"Get away from her, you bitch!" Director James Cameron's sequel to Ridley Scott's original 1979 outer space nightmare sees Sigourney Weaver return as Ripley. She is found...

All About Eve (1950)

This biting backstage comedy-drama about a fading actress, played by Bette Davis, brims generously with entertainment values: a witty screenplay, top performances by a...

All in a Night’s Work (1960)

Who is the mysterious woman seen running from a swank Palm Beach Hotel, clad only in a bath towel? Is she the second mistress...

All Neat in Black Stockings (1969)

Part bawdy peek-a-boo romp, part kitchen-sink drama, this box-office hit features then-rising star Victor Henry as Ginger, a twenty-year-old window cleaner whose womanising is...

All Night Long (1961)

Set in the London jazz world of the 1960's, a jealous drummer seeks to destroy his bandleader's marriage so that he can assume his...