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Sharp-looking but dull American adaptation of the Dickens classic.
In 1973, director-on-the-rise Peter Medak nabbed notoriously difficult comic genius and box-office star Peter Sellers for his new pirate comedy, Ghost In The Noonday Sun. Sellers immediately began sabotaging the film.
True story of Derek Bentley, sentenced to death for a bungled robbery.
Astronauts come a cropper with nymphomaniac aliens while on a trip to Mars.
Baltimore detective series sees a team of detectives take on a drug lord.
Stay-At-Home Seven: July 6 to 12 Suggestions of films to catch on TV and streaming services this week.
Morricone: 'The Mozart of film music' Memories of an encounter with the maestro, who has died at 91
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San Sebastian announces titles Plans going ahead for physical edition of the festival
London Film Festival announces hybrid edition 50 virtual festival premieres in programme
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