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Yellow Balloon, The (1953)

A young boy dies while playing in the ruins of a London neighbourhood destroyed during the blitz. His friend, who was with him at the...

You Must Be Joking! (1965)

If you've ever wondered how Monty Python's "Upper-Class Twit of the Year" sketch would fare at feature length, this scattershot comedy from Michael Winner...

Young Lions, The (1958)

Three soldiers have their outlook on life drastically altered during the Second World War. An idealistic German lieutenant begins to question his faith in Nazi...

You Can’t See ’round Corners (1969)

The story of a man who has a chip on his shoulder and is against the world at large. Frankie McCoy (Ken Shorter) is young,...

Year of Living Dangerously, The (1982)

This thriller/romance is set in Indonesia (though filmed in the Philippines) in 1965, just before the fall of the Sukarno regime. Civil war is breaking...

Yellowbeard (1983)

Yellowbeard was the realisation of Graham Chapman's long-standing desire to film a comic pirate romp in the style of Robert Newton’s celebrated Long John...

Yellow Submarine (1968)

The Beatles come to the rescue when the evil Blue Meanies try to drive all the music and fun from Pepperland in the third...

Yentl (1984)

Barbra Streisand spent fifteen years of her life trying to get Yentl on the screen. Every cynic in the film industry told her it could not...

Young Einstein (1988)

A chap called Yahoo Serious wrote, produced, directed and starred in this Australian spoof biography of Albert Einstein - a Naive Tasmanian scientist who invents rock 'n'...

Young Frankenstein (1974)

Dr. Frankenstein's grandson, Frederick von Frankenstein, reluctantly decides to follow in his ancestor's footprints in Mel Brooks' affectionate parody of horror films. Frederick would like...

Young Guns (1988)

In this version of the legend of Billy the Kid, the young William H Bonney joins a wealthy rancher's gang of young guns. When the...

Young Ones, The (1961)

In 1961, Cliff Richard had most of the world at his feet. Easily Britain's most successful performer, he had just picked up his fifth gold...

Young Savages, The (1960)

Shot on the streets of Harlem, Frankenheimer's juvenile delinquency movie has Burt Lancaster's DA Hank Bell caught between two street gangs while seeking justice...

You Only Live Twice (1967)

The fifth in the Bond series sees James Bond and the Japanese secret service ninja force taking on arch-nemesis Blofeld, who has been capturing...

You’ve Got Mail (1998)

You've Got Mail stars Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks as rivals - she owns a small bookshop, he runs a greedy chain - who fall...

Yakuza, The (1975)

Retired detective and ex-serviceman Harry Kilmer (Robert Mitchum) is called on to help an old army friend whose daughter is being held hostage by...

Yanks (1979)

While stationed in a small Lancashire town as they await D-Day, three American soldiers become involved in romances with local women. Some interesting performances from...

Year My Voice Broke, The (1987)

An intelligent, downbeat coming-of-age film set in Australia in 1962. The 15-year-old protagonist Danny (Noah Taylor) suffers heartbreak when the girl he loves - the...

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Killing Fields, The (1984)

Filmed in Thailand by producer David (Chariots of Fire) Puttnam and director Roland Joffe, The Killing Fields is a vast and sprawling story about the friendship...

Train, The (1964)

During the last days of the German occupation of Paris, Von Waldheim (Scofield), an art-obsessed German colonel, arranges to steal all of the city's...

My Left Foot (1989)

My Left Foot is the amazing true story of Irish painter-poet-novelist Christy Brown, born in 1932 to a poor Dublin bricklayer, one of 22 children...

Superfly (1972)

Directed by Gordon Parks Jr - the son of the man who directed Shaft (1971) - this superb Blaxploitation film starred Ron O'Neal as antihero Youngblood...

Galaxy Quest (1999)

In this enormously entertaining send-up of the Star Trek universe, a bunch of actors from a cult sci-fi TV show are mistaken for the...

Send Me No Flowers (1964)

Rock Hudson is quite funny as George, a hypochondriac, who, believing he has only a few weeks to live, asks his best pal to...

Mind Of Mr Soames, The (1970)

Thirty-year-old John Soames (Terence Stamp) has been in a coma all his life when he is suddenly restored to consciousness after undergoing an operation...

10 Rillington Place (1971)

Based on Ludovic Kennedy’s 1961 non-fiction book of the same name, this film was a sombre, articulate, and chilling dramatisation of the infamous murders...