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West Side Story (1961)

Natalie Wood and Richard Beymer seem slightly mis-cast at times in this story about two rival gangs on New York's West Side - the Puerto Rican...

Werewolves On Wheels (1971)

A motorcycle gang, The Devil's Advocates, led by Adam (Stephen Oliver) visits a monastery and are turned on to Satanism by creepy monk Severn...

Watership Down (1978)

This animated version of Richard Adams's bestselling novel about a group of rabbits searching for a new home was a box-office success, despite the...

Waterloo (1970)

Dino De Laurentiis decided to make Waterloo ten years before filming began, but not even his large production company could take on the mammoth project alone. Other...

Warriors, The (1979)

"Let's get down to it Boppers . . ." Hundreds of gangs from all of New York's five boroughs show up for a summit at...

War Of The Worlds (1953)

Loosely adapted from H.G. Wells' classic novel of the same name, this 1953 doomsday sci-fi was billed as a "mighty panorama of Earth-shaking fury...

War Of The Roses, The (1988)

The War of the Roses is a ferocious black comedy about divorce, both funny and cynical. Barbara (Kathleen Turner) and Oliver (Michael Douglas) Rose are the...

War and Peace (1956)

Produced by Dino De Laurentiis and shot on location in Italy at a cost of $6 million, War and Peace weighs in at 208 minutes. The money...

Wall Street (1987)

Oliver Stone's souped-up, morality melodrama hammers away with ferocity at corporate raiders, insider trading, stock manipulation and other questionable practices involving big business in...

Wall, The (1982)

Directed by Alan Parker and starring Bob Geldof from The Boomtown Rats, this movie version of the 1979 Pink Floyd album was described by one critic as...

Walkabout (1970)

"In Australia when an Aborigine man-child reaches sixteen, he is sent out into the land. For months he must live from it. Sleep on...

Wait Until Dark (1967)

A cleverly crafted thriller with the gorgeous Audrey Hepburn as a blind New York City housewife who finds herself terrorised by three dangerous criminals after...

Wackiest Ship In The Army, The (1960)

A naval officer during WWII is given the command of an old sailing ship to undertake a very important mission - to transport an...

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)

The famous Edward Albee play successfully makes the translation to the motion picture screen with excellent performances by Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, George Segal,...

WarGames (1983)

"Shall we play a game?" With the advent of computing systems like Apple and Commodore, home computers became a major fad in the early 1980's. Home...

Weird Science (1985)

Triumphant geeks have always been a common theme of writer/director John Hughes, but that triumph was never achieved as raucously as it was in...

World Is Not Enough, The (1999)

The 19th Bond adventure opens with a high-octane boat chase along London's River Thames leading to a fight on the Millennium Dome. From then...

Witches, The (1990)

Produced by Jim Henson (The Muppets), whose famed Creature Shop provided the amazing special effects, Academy Award-winner Angelica Huston stars in this fanciful and...

Wild Orchid (1990)

Ghastly piece of soft-core porn from Zalman King, the trashmaster behind the Red Shoe Diaries series.   Impotent, vicious and afraid of being touched, James Wheeler...

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Eliza Fraser (1976)

Eliza Fraser (Susannah York) and her husband, Captain Fraser (Noel Ferrier) are leaving for Britain from the penal colony of Sydney, Australia, onboard the...

Rita, Sue and Bob Too (1987)

Shamelessly stark social comedy by director Alan Clarke adapted from two controversial plays by the teenage playwright Andrea Dunbar. A bawdy 80s farce of...

Joy Luck Club, The (1993)

Faithfully adapted from Amy Tan's bestselling book, director Wayne Wang's moving yet witty melodrama mixes the stories of four Chinese-born mothers with those of...

Long Riders, The (1980)

In post-Civil War Missouri, the James/Younger gang are heroes to the local people. When one of their number gets trigger-happy during a bank raid,...

Avenging Disco Godfather, The (1979)

Retired cop Tucker Williams (Rudy Ray Moore) becomes a celebrity DJ - the Disco Godfather - at the Blueberry Hill disco. All is well until...

Our Man in Havana (1959)

Jim Wormold, a vacuum cleaner salesman in Havana, is approached by a spy (Noel Coward) and invited to supply him with information in exchange...

ZPG (Zero Population Growth) (1972)

"Smog covers the Earth. The oxygen is depleted. Love is encouraged but the penalty for birth is death." World Governments have placed a 30-year ban...

Work Is a Four Letter Word (1967)

David Warner and scouse songbird Cilla Black star in this delightfully-absurd film, set in a near future dominated by automation. Young Valentine Brose (Warner) is on...