Legend (1985)

Three years after delivering audiences a glimpse of Los Angeles AD2019 (in Blade Runner), director Ridley Scott turned his hand to complete fairy tale indulgence. Visually...

Legend of Frenchie King, The (1971)

A French Western comedy originally released as Les Pétroleuses. Outlaw sisters in the old West inherit a ranch and try to settle down and develop...

Legend of Hell House, The (1973)

Dying millionaire Rudolph Deutsch (Roland Culver) offers £100,000 to physicist and parapsychology expert Dr Lionel Barrett (Clive Revill) if he can discover the secret...

Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires, The (1974)

Directed by Roy Ward Baker, this 1974 film is a fusion of vampire horror and kung fu capers designed to take advantage of (then)...

Legends of The Fall (1994)

Anthony Hopkins plays stern patriarch and ex-cavalryman William Ludlow, whose disgust at the actions of his own government during the Indian Wars leads him...

Lenny (1974)

Filthy-mouthed, heroin-addicted sociopath Lenny Bruce is not the kind of heroic biographical subject that draws crowds, but Bob Fosse's tight direction and Dustin Hoffman's...

Léon (1995)

Savant New York hitman Léon (Jean Reno) runs his professional and personal life with little - if any - emotion. He shuffles desperately through...

Less Than Zero (1987)

Less Than Zero begins promisingly enough with a cynical shot of the American flag and an azure Californian sky dotted with high school mortar boards...

Let Him Have It (1991)

16-year-old Chris Craig (Paul Reynolds) and 19-year-old Derek Bentley (Christopher Eccleston) are caught robbing a London warehouse. Bentley is held by the police, but...

Let It Be (1970)

Originally arranged as rehearsals for a one-off live show, the TV documentary/concert McCartney envisioned devolved instead into a depressing fly-on-the-wall ogle at The Beatles'...

Let The Good Times Roll (1973)

Let The Good Times Roll is a 99-minute nostalgia wallow recorded at two of Richard Nader's Rock & Roll Revival Concerts held in 1972...

Let’s Do It Again (1975)

Atlanta milkman Clyde Williams (Sidney Poitier) and his fast-talking factory worker friend Billy Foster (Bill Cosby) plan to take their wives to New Orleans...

Let’s Get Laid (1978)

It's 1947 and the war is over. Gordon Laid (Robin Askwith), an innocent demobbed soldier, meets glamorous Maxine Lupercal (70s sex icon Fiona Richmond),...

Let’s Make Love (1960)

When billionaire Jean-Marc Clement (Yves Montand) hears that his life is to be satirised in a show, he decides to see the production for...

Lethal Weapon (1987)

The first and best Lethal Weapon, this was Mad Mel’s Hollywood breakthrough and the start of his enduring collaboration with Richard Donner in this hard-edged...

Lethal Weapon 2 (1989)

Richard Donner’s sequel is only marginally less impressive than the original but was enough to set the law of diminishing returns in motion. Mel Gibson,...

Lethal Weapon 3 (1992)

Lethal Weapon 3 drags Riggs (Mel Gibson) and Murtaugh (Danny Glover) through the pre-riot landscape of Los Angeles for a third re-tread. This time the duo...

Letter to Brezhnev (1985)

It's the 1980s - a time of massive unemployment and recession in the UK, with the Cold War still in full swing and Gorbachev,...

Liar Liar (1997)

Lawyer Fletcher Reede (Jim Carrey) is a compulsive liar. When his deceits lead to him missing his son's birthday party, the boy makes a...

Licence to Kill (1989)

Licence to Kill, the 16th chapter in the 27th year of the Bond series, may also be the dumbest, but who cares? The formula...

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*Batteries Not Included (1987)

The presence of the distinguished Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy makes this saccharine-sodden retread of Cocoon (1985) worth watching. They play residents of a doomed New York...

10 (1979)

George Webber (Dudley Moore) is a composer facing a midlife crisis. He escapes the headaches (and toothaches) of Los Angeles to the beaches of...

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...

100 Rifles (1969)

Lawman Lydecker (played by former Cleveland Browns Hall of Famer Jim Brown) and Yaqui Joe (an Indian bank robber played by Burt Reynolds) join forces with...

101 Dalmatians (1961)

This full-length cartoon from the Walt Disney studios is a beautifully animated version of Dodie Smith's classic children's tale. The adorable spotty dogs of the...