Bright Young Things (2003)
Biting satire on the Thirties party circuit in London.
Caligula (1979)
Graphic retelling of the story of the Roman emperor.
Dean Spanley (2008)
A dean recounts tales of his past life... as a dog.
Lawrence Of Arabia (1962)
A flamboyant biography of T E Lawrence. There is no greater cinematic epic.
Lassie (2005)
The world's most famous dog has an adventure in wartime Britain.
The Lion In Winter (1968)
Henry II chooses an heir, while all those around him plot.
Masada (1981)
Mini series about the mountaintop fortress Masada, where a group of determined Jews held out against the might of the Roman Empire.
Ratatouille (2007)
The best cooked meals of mice and men.
Stardust (2007)
Fantasy epic about a boy who goes looking for a falling star.
Troy (2004)
The ultimate war over a woman, as the ancient Greeks lay siege to Troy.
Venus (2006)
Love, with catheters, for an ageing act-or who is seduced by the beauty of passion’s young promise.
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