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Zulu Dawn (1979)

Fifteen years after the successful release of the classic 1964 film Zulu, a long-planned prequel finally made it to the cinemas. In 1879 South Africa,...

Zorba the Greek (1964)

A timid English writer arrives in Crete to open a mine for his family business and falls under the spell of a local peasant with...

Zabriskie Point (1970)

After enjoying the biggest success of his career with Blow Up (1966), Michelangelo Antonioni spent two years and $7 million of Hollywood’s money-making Zabriskie Point,...

Zachariah (1970)

This offbeat and satirical rock Western was co-written by members of America's ever-so-hip Firesign Theatre and boasts appearances by a whole host of contemporary musicians, including...

Zapped! (1982)

An entertaining cross between Porky's and Carrie which stars Scott Baio, alias Chachi from Happy Days, as a nerdy high-school kid who gets zapped...

Zardoz (1974)

In the year 2293, the Earth has descended into anarchy and is polarised into two groups. The Brutals are a crude and vicious people inhabiting...

Zero Hour! (1957)

Ted Stryker, an ex-fighter pilot haunted by his wartime experiences, is forced to take control of an airliner after the crew is taken ill...

Zeta One (1969)

A sexy sci-fi caper starring a bevy of naked alien astronauts and Charles Hawtrey? The first attempt to mix British sex comedy with an episode...

Zoot Suit (1981)

Luis Valdez directed this film adaptation of his hit stage musical, which is loosely based on the 1940s Sleepy Lagoon murder trial that unfairly...

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...

Zulu (1964)

The true story of the defence of a mission station and hospital called Rorke's Drift, where 139 soldiers of the South Wales Border regiment...

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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...

What’s Up Tiger Lily? (1966)

One of Toho Studios' International Secret Police series, the already tongue-in-cheek Bond-spoof Kagi No Kag ("Key of Keys"), becomes an even more demented parody of...

Duke Wore Jeans, The (1958)

When an aristocratic family hits hard times, they encourage their son to marry a princess to get them out of trouble. Unfortunately, he has already...

Marty (1955)

During the Golden Age of Television, Paddy Chayefsky wrote the teleplay Marty. It was notable for its focus on the ordinary life of an unmarried...

Flubber (1997)

After continually missing his own wedding, Professor Philip Brainard (Robin Williams) is given one last chance by his fiancée, Sarah (Marcia Gay Harden). Yet again...

Se7en (1995)

Director David Fincher's brilliant postmodern crime thriller is a grim and disturbing tale about a vicious serial killer on the loose in an unnamed...

Running On Empty (1988)

River Phoenix stars as Danny - the musically gifted child of two former student radicals (Judd Hirsch and Christine Lahti) who have been on...

The Girls of ‘Carry On’

Idealised post-war Britain that no longer exists - warm beer and village greens, knotted handkerchiefs and women getting changed on the beach behind a...