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To Sir, With Love (1966)

Academy Award winner Sidney Poitier scored his first film success as a belligerent student in The Blackboard Jungle (1955). In To Sir With Love, he returned to...

Urban Cowboy (1980)

Cowboys were all the rage in the US in 1980, thanks to that summer's smash hit at the box office, Urban Cowboy, starring John Travolta...

Can Heironymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe and Find True Happiness?...

Anthony Newley's sprawling musical fantasy, a Fellini-esque hotch-potch of dream-like sequences and irreverent whimsy, is a film that could only have been made in...

Goodbye Girl, The (1977)

Paula McFadden (Marsha Mason), a twice-deserted single mother and ex-dancer with a 10-year-old daughter, seems fated to be the 'goodbye girl' whom lovers find...

Demon Seed (1977)

An unusual science fiction thriller, Donald Cammell's Demon Seed casts Julie Christie as child psychologist Susan Harris, whose marriage with her computer scientist husband, Alex (Fritz Weaver)...

Carry On Matron (1972)

The fourth Carry On with a hospital background, and the 23rd in the series, concerns a plot by petty criminals Sid James, Kenneth Cope and Bernard...

Carnal Knowledge (1971)

This movie broke sexual taboos in the frankness with which it tackled its study of two college roommates and their sexual obsessions through two...

Capricorn One (1978)

Taking a popular conspiracy theory a stage further - did the Americans really land on the Moon, or did they fake it in a...

Cape Fear (1962)

A grim thriller about Max Cady, an ex-convict who seeks revenge on Sam Bowden - the meek lawyer he believes responsible for his eight-year prison...

Caine Mutiny, The (1954)

Nominated for seven Academy Awards in 1954 (including Best Picture and Best Actor), The Caine Mutiny is a classic film (based on a novel by Herman...

Caged Heat (1974)

The original woman's prison movie. We've got fat prison guards, some lesbian action, a wicked warden, and a prison doctor who likes to "experiment"...

Carlito’s Way (1993)

Ten years after Scarface (1983), Pacino and director Brian De Palma reunited here for another crime-doesn't-pay drama. Carlito Brigante is a Puerto Rican assassin and drug...

Rockers (1978)

At its best, Rockers, a picaresque reggae romp, is an enjoyable wallow in Kingston (Jamaica) slum culture. The star, Leroy "Horsemouth" Wallace, has an engaging, deadpan...

Car Wash (1976)

A close-knit group of black employees at a Los Angeles car wash have all manner of strange visitors coming onto their forecourt one day,...

Chained Heat (1983)

This lip-smackingly good women-in-prison saga finds Exorcist (1973) star Linda Blair - topless for the first time - learning the cell block ropes the hard...

Can’t Stop The Music (1980)

Can't Stop the Music was made by Allan Carr, who was also responsible for the mega-musical Grease (1978), as a vehicle for the promotion of the Village...

Cannonball Run, The (1981)

The Cannonball Run is a mindlessly stupid film, described by critic Jeffrey Lyons as making Smokey and the Bandit look like Richard III. Ostensibly about a cross-country motor race...

Candyman (1992)

Chicago student Helen Lyle (Virginia Madsen) is researching a paper on urban myths, including that of the Candyman, a spirit with a hook hand...

Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze (1975)

1930s superman Doc Savage (Ron Ely) and his five assistants - the Amazing Five - are sucked into the mystery of Doc's father disappearing...

Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, The (1969)

Period drama starring Maggie Smith in her Oscar-winning role as the eccentric Scottish teacher whose unorthodox views and teaching methods entrance pupils at an...

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Intelligence Men, The (1965)

In their big-screen debut, British comedy duo Morecambe and Wise are special agents in this espionage spoof. The two were never really able to translate...

East of Eden (1955)

Wild adolescent Cal Trask finds out that his mother, long believed dead, is actually running a brothel in a nearby town. The discovery proves...

Piano , The (1993)

Holly Hunter is a wilful mail-order bride who has, for some unexplained reason, been mute since the age of 6. When she arrives to wed...

Rise & Rise Of Michael Rimmer, The (1970)

This brilliantly observed satire of party politics and spin doctors was commissioned by David Frost in 1966 and was a box office failure on...

Love Story (1970)

The plot of Love Story is basically this; Two students marry. She dies. But people wept while standing in line to see Arthur Hiller's maudlin tale (taken...

Black Samson (1974)

Nightclub owner Samson (Rockne Tarkington) does his best to keep his neighborhood clean of crime and drugs. He is assisted in this endeavour by...

French Line, The (1954)

A beautiful Texan heiress travels incognito aboard a luxury cruise liner, hoping to find a man who'll love her for herself rather than her...

Picnic (1955)

When a drifter arrives in a small Kansas town during Labour Day celebrations and looks up an old college friend, he is invited to...