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    24 hours in london

    • Year Released: 2000
    24 Hours in London is a 2000 British crime thriller film from writer-director Alexander Finbow. The film takes place in London in the year 2009. Crimelord Christian is in charge of the streets of London, he decides to exterminate a rival gang but leaves a witness in the process. Martha--the witness-- is being protected by the police but Christians gang is unstopable. After her near-death experience in the police station; she is moved to another location to meet up with under-cover officers. Upon arrival the alleged under-cover cop is actually impersonating the identity of the officer that he and his accompliced just harvested organs from. In the end when Christian is dying in the hotel room, we learn the main protagonist is actually a mole for Christian and that one of Christians thugs is romantically involved with Martha. Turns out that Martha and her lover Tony hired the organ harvesters who are caught up in the middle, Christian is dead, the good/bad cop is left to die and the organ harvesters and the con couple (Martha and Tony) leave. After they leave the room the police force enters the room and the commisioner gives a nod signaling them to leave. The British film was of
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    Alice through the looking glass

    • Year Released: 1998
    A modern adaptation of the classic children's story 'Alice Through the Looking Glass' written by Lewis Carroll. This time Alice is played by the mother, who falls asleep while reading the the bedtime story to her daughter. Walking through the Looking Glass, Alice finds herself in Chessland, a magical and fun world. There she meets the Red and White Queens, as well as many other amusing friends on her journey across the chessboard countryside on to become a crowned queen.
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    Birth of the beatles

    • Year Released: 1979
    Birth of The Beatles is a 1979 biopic motion picture, produced by Dick Clark's company (Dick Clark Productions) and directed by Richard Marquand. The film was released into cinemas worldwide except in parts of the United States, where it was shown as a TV movie. The film focuses on the early history of 1960s rock band The Beatles. It was released only nine years after the announced break-up of The Beatles themselves, and is the only Beatles biopic (others include Backbeat, In His Life: The John Lennon Story, The Hours and Times, John and Yoko: A Love Story, Lennon Naked and, to a lesser extent, The Linda McCartney Story) to be made while John Lennon was still alive. The film tries very hard to be accurate, opening with a written statement read out by a narrator stating the authenticity of the production, emphasising as it put it: "former Beatle, Pete Best" acting as technical advisor. Another attempt at authenticity is that most of the cast look alarmingly similar to the real people they are supposed to be playing. The four actors portraying John, Paul, George and Ringo look uncannily similar to the real deal, but Pete Best and Stu Sutcliffe bear a lesser resemblance. Actors
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    Party party

    • Year Released: 1983
    Party Party is a 1983 British comedy film about three friends and their South London crowd. This crowd includes workers, spivs and young police constables. A British entry into the teenage/youth house party genre typified by John Hughes' films and the late 80s movies of Kid and Play. The movie was directed by Terry Winsor and written by Daniel Peacock and Winsor. It is notable for its soundtrack and as the early work of several of the cast members. It's New Year's Eve, Johnny Reeve (Karl Howman) and his mate, Toby (Daniel Peacock) are out cruising in South London being followed by three quasi-threatening motorcyclists. At the same time, Larry (Perry Fenwick) is at Mass with his parents. Just after "Mum" and the Vicar begin bemoaning the nuisance that the motorcyclists make, Johnny and Toby pick up Larry from the front of the church. Through their conversation and those of other characters, we learn that the three are planning to hold a party at Larry's while his parents are away. Meanwhile, at the police station's gymnasium, Rebecca (Phoebe Nicholls) is sparring with Sam, physically and verbally. After the workout, in the locker room, she teases Sam and Terry. Out in the squad bay,
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    Raw deal

    • Year Released: 1986
    Raw Deal is 1986 action film directed by John Irvin and starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. It is the story of an elderly and embittered high-ranking FBI agent (Darren McGavin) who wants to get revenge against a Mafia organization, and sends a former FBI agent (now small-town sheriff) played by Schwarzenegger to destroy the organization from the inside. On December 16, 1985, in a remote wooded cabin a mob informant with information on Luigi Patrovita, the strongest of the Chicago Mafia Dons, is being protected by FBI bodyguards. They are ambushed by a hit squad armed with automatic weapons who brutally slaughter the bodyguards and the witness. One of the agents killed while protecting the informant was Blair Shannon, son of FBI Chief Harry Shannon (Darren McGavin), who vows revenge. Small-town sheriff Mark Kaminsky (Schwarzenegger) goes home to his wife (Blanche Baker) who is angry at what their lives have been reduced to and in a drunken fit, throws a cake at Mark. Kaminsky once worked for the FBI, but five years ago he brutally beat a suspect who molested, murdered, and mutilated a young girl. He was given the option to "resign or be prosecuted" by the ambitious prosecutor Marvin
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    The cook, the thief, his wife & her lover

    • Year Released: 1989
    The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover is a 1989 romantic crime drama written and directed by Peter Greenaway, starring Richard Bohringer, Michael Gambon, Helen Mirren, and Alan Howard in the titular roles. The film's graphic scatological, violent, and nude scenes, as well as its lavish cinematography and formalism were noted at the time of its release. English gangster Albert Spica (Michael Gambon) has taken over the high-class Le Hollandais Restaurant, run by French chef Richard Borst (Richard Bohringer). Spica makes nightly appearances at the restaurant with his retinue of thugs. His oafish behavior causes frequent confrontations with the staff and his own customers, whose patronage he loses, but whose money he seems not to miss. Forced to accompany Spica is his reluctant, well-bred wife, Georgina (Helen Mirren), who soon catches the eye of a quiet regular at the restaurant, bookshop owner Michael (Alan Howard). Under her husband's nose, Georgina carries on an affair with Michael with the help of the restaurant staff. Ultimately Spica learns of the affair, forcing Georgina to hide out at Michael's bookshop. Borst sends food to Georgina through his young employee, a boy
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    Up 'n' under

    Up 'n' under

    • Year Released: 1998
    Up 'n' Under is a 1998 film adaptation of the John Godber play of the same title. John Godber scripted and made his directorial debut with this adaptation of his play. The film was shot in Cardiff, Wales. It followed the story of an inept pub team from the 'Wheatsheaf Arms' in a rugby league sevens competition in Kingston upon Hull in England. Ex-pro Arthur's only passions in life are his wife and rugby league. When he hears about the 'Cobblers Arms' pub team and their corrupt manager, Arthur bets his life savings with Reg Welch that he can train any team to beat them. However, the 'Wheatsheaf Arms' can only muster a side of four whose pride lies in their unbroken record of defeat. The pitifully unfit set of men have to accept the help of a coach, who just happens to be a woman. They have to struggle through adversity, come up triumphant and become a team. They are given a bye to the final of the competition where they have to play The Cobblers.
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