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Get Yourself A College Girl (1964)

Student Mary Ann Mobley gets into trouble when she's exposed as the songwriter of some disreputable - but supposedly groovy - tunes. Fortunately, an ambitious...

Getting Straight (1970)

Made on the back of Easy Rider (1969) and the anti-Vietnam War campaign, this was one of several "campus movies" that enabled studio executives to...

Get Carter (1971)

If The Italian Job (1969) celebrated Britain's 1960s supremacy in everything from football (soccer to you lot on the left hand side of the Atlantic) to small-car...

Getaway, The (1972)

Carter "Doc" McCoy (Steve McQueen) is about as tough as they come. A criminal as unscrupulous as he is intelligent, Doc enters into an...

Georgy Girl (1966)

The wonderful Lynn Redgrave stars as the plump, rather dumpy and hopelessly un-hip Georgina (a role, bizarrely enough, first earmarked for her glamorous and...

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953)

In Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, the Marilyn Monroe mannerisms all combine in a very sexy explosion of music, comedy, and romance unequalled in the rest of her career. She...

Geisha Boy, The (1958)

Jerry Lewis's frantic, jerk-around comedy style here got its most suitable director, who saw him simply as a cartoon with no connection to real...

Gas-s-s-s! (1970)

A nerve gas leak in Alaska kills everyone over the age of 25 in this hopelessly surreal comedy from cult director Roger Corman. The expected...

Ganja & Hess (1973)

Lauded in some circles as one of the best movies to explore black culture seriously within a genre context and seen by others as...

Games That Lovers Play (1971)

This 70s "sex comedy" stars the luscious Joanna Lumley, from The New Avengers and Absolutely Fabulous.  Aged 24 at the time, and with only three bit parts behind...

Gambit (1966)

A charming caper film teaming Michael Caine with Shirley MacLaine as unlikely thieves in pursuit of a priceless sculpture. Caine plays Harry Deane -...

GhostBusters II (1989)

When a 16th-century tyrant and a river of angry pink ooze threaten New York City, who ya gonna call? (It's a rhetorical question.) Ghostbusters II brought...

GhostBusters (1984)

Scientists Peter Venkman (Bill Murray) , Raymond Stantz (Dan Aykroyd) and Egon Spengler (Harold Ramis) are fired from their university because their paranormal research...

Ghost in the Invisible Bikini, The (1966)

The Ghost In The Invisible Bikini was a wild beach party romp in which a motorcycle gang gets involved with a Frankenstein's monster type at a haunted...

Girl Can’t Help It, The (1957)

This rock 'n' roll comedy starring Tom Ewell and the pneumatic Jayne Mansfield is witty, stylish, clever and (by today's standards) extraordinarily sexist. Tom Miller...

Galactica 1980

1 9 8 0 (USA) 10 x 60 minute episodes A sequel to Battlestar Galactica in which the Battlestar fleet finally return home to Earth (albeit hotly pursued by...

Gung Ho (1986)

Before he made the likes of Apollo 13 (1995), Ron Howard directed this small but often enjoyable comedy. When car factory foreman Michael Keaton (Beetlejuice, Batman)...

Greystoke: The Legend Of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes (1984)

In 1886 a shipwreck strands the Greystokes - a British couple of noble lineage - in the wilds of Africa, where the woman gives...

Gremlins (1984)

In the early 1980s, Steven Spielberg became a superstar director with hits like E.T. and Raiders of the Lost Ark. However, people often forget he...

Gregory’s Girl (1981)

An antidote to all those 80's-era US teen movies with their genetically-modified casts and big cars, Bill Forsyth's gentle comedy shows teenagers in all...

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Reluctant Astronaut, The (1967)

Two years prior, Don Knotts had put his patented comedy spin on 'haunted house' horror movie conventions in The Ghost and Mr. Chicken (1965), and he...

Little Shop Of Horrors (1986)

This exuberant 1986 sci-fi musical film version of Little Shop Of Horrors came from an off-Broadway stage hit based, in turn, on Roger Corman's 1960 film. Poor...

Unman, Wittering and Zigo (1971)

David Hemmings is excellent in this gripping thriller from John Mackenzie (The Long Good Friday) as John Ebony, the newly arrived idealistic young teacher at the...

Breaking Glass (1980)

Singer Kate (Hazel O'Connor) claws her way into the charts, with help from spiv manager Danny (Phil Daniels), only to find the glitter tarnished and the...

Easy Come, Easy Go (1967)

The lure of sunken treasure on a Spanish wreck leads to romance between US Navy diver Ted Jackson (Elvis Presley) and Jo Symington - a...

Lunch Hour (1962)

Shirley Anne Field gives a fiery performance as a young designer on the brink of starting an affair with a married male supervisor (Robert...

Man from Acapulco, The (1973)

Albanian agents are smuggling missile platforms into Mexico. An American agent is devoured by a shark in a phone booth. Superspy Bob St. Cloud...

Big Chill, The (1983)

Much imitated but never bettered, The Big Chill brought together a group of college friends who had known each other since the Sixties, in order...