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Gunfight At The OK Corral (1957)

John Sturges's staging of the famous battle between Wyatt Earp and the Clanton gang in Tombstone, Arizona, on 26 October 1881, was not the...

Gumshoe (1972)

Stephen Frear’s debut feature is part pastiche and part traditional thriller. Despite its parody approach, Gumshoe works surprisingly well and comes off as an affectionate tribute...

Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner (1967)

Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn are unforgettable as the perplexed parents in this landmark 1967 movie about mixed marriage. Joanna Drayton (Katharine Houghton), is...

Groupie Girl (1969)

Pandering to the tabloid image of the time of hippies as irresponsible, amoral, drug-taking wasters, Groupie Girl presented the British youth of 1969 in the sleaziest...

Group, The (1966)

Based on Mary McCarthy's best-selling novel of the same title, this film traces the lives of a group of women friends through the beginning...

Greetings (1968)

Brian De Palma's early experimental feature (only his second solo effort) is a satirical comedy that follows the efforts of two men (Robert De...

Green Card (1990)

New Yorker Brontë Parrish (Andie MacDowell) is reluctantly talked into marrying French musician George Faure (Gérard Depardieu) to enable him to qualify for American...

Green Berets, The (1968)

One of the first Vietnam War action pictures presented anachronistic World War II style heroics of the American Special Forces, featuring one-man USA propaganda...

Great St Trinian’s Train Robbery, The (1966)

Leaving a notorious trail of arson behind them, the St. Trinians schoolgirls are always on the move. Their headmistress is more than 'just friends' with...

Great Race, The (1966)

In 1908, the Great Leslie (Tony Curtis, all in white as befits a fine hero) and Professor Fate (Jack Lemmon on top comedic form...

Great Gatsby, The (1974)

Against a background of hot jazz, Prohibition and wild parties, mysterious young millionaire Jay Gatsby (Robert Redford) becomes involved in Long Island high society....

Greatest Show On Earth, The (1952)

With the help of the Ringling Brothers & Barnum & Bailey Circuses, an all-star cast goes over the top in the big top. James Stewart...

Great Escape, The (1963)

This classic POW escape movie combines superb casting, great story and a top musical score with a memorable stunt-filled climax. In Stalag Luft III in...

Grease (1978)

It's easy to sneer at Grease and dismiss it as a relic of the 70's like Space Dust and The Bay City Rollers. But while it may recall...

Grand Slam (1968)

Mary Ann Janet Leigh Jean-Paul Audry Robert Hoffmann Prof James Anders Edward G Robinson Mark Milford Adolfo Celi Erich Weiss Klaus Kinski Gregg Georges Rigaud Agostino Riccardo Cucciolla Director Giuliano Montaldo

Graduate, The (1967)

Dustin Hoffman got his first starring role in this gentle Oscar-winning satire about American values as Benjamin Braddock, a 21-year-old graduate who is seduced...

Gorgo (1961)

Londoners think they're on to something big when they display a large (65 feet tall standing on its hind legs) prehistoric baby sea monster...

Goodbye Mr Chips (1969)

A musical version of James Hilton's classic novel, starring Peter O'Toole and Petula Clark. A shy and dedicated teacher struggles to develop a rapport with...

Gonks Go Beat (1965)

This musical fantasy update on the classic tale of Romeo and Juliet is set on Earth at some point in the future. The globe...

Goldfinger (1964)

The third Bond film and arguably the best ever, and certainly the movie which proves once and for all that Sean Connery was, is,...

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Beach Party (1963)

"It's what happens when 10,000 kids meet on 5,000 Beach Blankets!" An anthropologist studying the sex habits of young people finds himself in the middle...

Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997)

It's swinging 1967. The vicious though childish Dr Evil (Myers) - who has failed to kill his arch-enemy, British secret agent Austin Powers (also...

Agony and The Ecstasy, The (1965)

The historical inaccuracies in the movie are abundant. There is no record of Michelangelo's having been ministered to in times of illness by any contessinas,...

Heavy Metal (1981)

Science fiction, sword-and-sorcery, violence, sex, drug culture and humour all featured in varying degrees in Heavy Metal, an animated feature that took its title from...

Jesus Christ Superstar (1973)

Director Norman Jewison took the Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice rock opera out to Israeli desert locations to film an unconventional movie musical version of...

Pink Flamingos (1972)

Quite possibly the worst film ever made, Pink Flamingos is certainly one of the most notorious and celebrated pieces of trash cinema to come out of...

Revolutionary, The (1970)

A compelling portrayal by Jon Voight of a political subversive makes this worth the effort of watching. As "A", he moves from handing out revolutionary...

Re-Animator (1985)

Director Stuart Gordon reached new heights of inspired gore with this witty and well-paced tale of an unstable researcher who has discovered a way...