Dog Day Afternoon for the social media generation, Jodie Foster's hostage thriller / social commentary delivers engaging performances and takes no prisoners.
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Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe are the perfect fronts for Shane Black's crime comedy masterwork that plays like Chinatown meets Withnail & I. This generation's Big Lebowski.
A curious pseudo sequel to Sunset Boulevard that reteams master filmmaker Billy Wilder and star William Holden with surprisingly flat results.
A horror movie with something to say, a noir with experimental bite, a melodrama with mystique... Cat People has its claws in plenty of expertly executed ideas. A risk-taking and enduring classic.
Murnau helped turn cinema from a flash in a pan to an artistic wildfire. Collected in this wonderful set are five his earliest, brightest sparks that helped transform film into a storybased artform.
Not just one of Japanese cinema's most enduring classics but also one of film's most searing endictments of war from any source.
Not just one of the best (anti-)war films but one of cinema's very finest statements full stop. Stanley Kubrick's Paths of Glory is a relevation that has endured the harsh battlefield of time.
The early classics of one of world cinema's most dynamic and instantly recognisable talents. The Pedro Almodóvar Collection is a must for fans of Spanish film.
Raymond Chandler's only original screenplay credit, The Blue Dahlia lacks the pop of his hardboiled crime novels but still makes for brooding noir entertainment.
Dashiell Hammett all but founded the hardboiled detective novel and this early film adaptation of one of his best books hits the mark.
A vintage action classic with a top drawer cast, The Flight of the Phoenix still soars over half a century on.
A true epic and milestone in Japanese cinema, Hiroshi Inagaki's Samurai Trilogy cuts to the heart of what film can aspire to be.
You know when you're looking at a Saul Bass design (or someone ripping him off). The deceptively simple style, the direct focus, the twisted shapes, the solid colours, the striking fonts, the fact that...
30 years on, Sid and Nancy is addictive, repulsive and extraordinary as one could hope for. One of Gary Oldman's finest performances.
Seldom seen these days but an absolute treat, The Bloodstained Butterfly is a must for fans of giallo and Italian crime/low budget cinema in general.
Burt Lancaster gives a late career best in Luchino Visconti's absorbing, abrasive chamber drama Conversation Piece.
An expertly crafted western has emerged from development hell - Jane Got a Gun hits the mark.
An absorbing morality tale and chamber drama rolled into one, Eye in the Sky just may change your viewpoint on the ethics of war.
Still hilarious and fast-paced a third of a century on, the delirious Alan Arkin / Peter Falk comedy The In-Laws deserves a place on any family's Blu-ray shelf.
The Joker's early carnage is amplified with an original plot, solid animation, a crackling pace and offbeat humour building to a thoughtful coda. Batman fans will approve.
A wonderfully buoyant tone and peppered with ideas that would've made Pasolini's day, Matteo Garrone's darkly comic fantasy has plenty going for it.
Epic action battles that add punctuation to a deeper morality war, Zack Snyder's Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice may not rewrite the comic book but it does honour its integrity and style.
A rollicking action picture overflowing with ingenuity and twisted humour, Hardcore Henry attacks its own cracks with a sledgehammer but who really cares when it's this much fun?
A magical collection of 32 films from a cinematic pioneer, this Masters of Cinema set warrants the Blu-ray upgrade.
There's nothing else like it anywhere in the film world - a political satire that is so side-splittingly funny and deeply terrifying. Kubrick's Dr Strangelove will see you now.
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