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  • Manhattan

    Manhattan

    Filmed in black and white and filled with Ira Gershwin tunes, Manhattan is Woody Allen’s rhapsodic tribute to New York City.

  • Lenny

    In Bob Fosse’s compelling drama, Hoffman plays comedian Lenny Bruce, a tortured soul who goes off the rails.

  • To Live and Die in L.A.

    William Petersen plays Richie Chance, a detective who’ll stop at nothing to get the criminal who killed his partner.

  • Dr. No

    Dr. No

    This glossy, action-driven adaptation of Ian Fleming’s spy novel introduced audiences to James Bond and helped set the template for one of British cinema’s most enduring franchises.

  • City Lights

    City Lights

    The Tramp wins the affections of a blind flower seller (Virginia Cherrill) in this hilarious but heartbreaking comedy – one of Charlie Chaplin’s uncontested masterpieces.

  • Tom Jones

    Tom Jones

    Tom, the adopted son of Squire Allworthy, is the roguish but good-hearted hero in Tony Richardson’s uproarious screen adaptation of Henry Fielding’s 1749 novel.

  • Raging Bull

    Raging Bull

    Starring Robert De Niro as the middleweight boxer Jake La Motta, Scorsese’s biopic is widely acknowledged as one of the greatest films of the 1980s.

  • A Hard Day's Night

    A Hard Day's Night

    Richard Lester’s film charts a fictionalised day in the life of The Beatles, back in the UK after conquering America, and on the run from their fans.

  • Goldfinger

    Goldfinger

    Agent 007 drinks, gambles, womanises – and uncovers a fiendish conspiracy masterminded by gold bullion dealer Auric Goldfinger.

  • The General

    The General

    Train driver Buster Keaton gives chase when Union agents steal his locomotive in this classic silent comedy set at the time of the American Civil War.

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