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The Wicked Lady (PG) 1945 A 17th-century noblewoman tires of her humdrum life and decides to seek a little excitement turning to highway robbery and murder to spice up her life, as well as getting romantically involved with a caddish crook. Absolutely fabulous classic British costume drama, with Margaret Lockwood on brilliant form as the vampish villainess, and support from James Mason, Patricia Roc and Griffith Jones

Green for Danger (PG) 1946 Side-splitting, classic comedy thriller set in a rural English emergency hospital during World War Two. The remarkable Alastair Sim stars as a Scotland Yard inspector investigating a series of bizarre murders in the operating theatre and he soon formulates a complex and cunning plan to reveal which of the suspects is actually the ruthless killer. With Sally Gray, Trevor Howard, Leo Genn and Rosamund John (888)

Night Train to Munich (U) 1940 Clever but dated World War Two spy thriller, starring Rex Harrison as a British secret agent working undercover in Germany to rescue a Czech scientist and his daughter from the Nazis. With Margaret Lockwood and James Harcourt (888)

Tea with Mussolini (PG) 1999 A group of eccentric and outspoken women living in Florence during the tense pre-war years of the 1930s experience the ups and downs of parenthood when they decide to adopt a local lad disowned by his father. However, as international hostilities break out, their happy existence comes under threat. Lush drama, bolstered by a host of well-sketched characters, perfectly played by Maggie Smith, Judi Dench, Joan Plowright, Cher and Lily Tomlin (888)

School of Rock (PG) 2003 A slobbish guitarist dreams of stardom, but his hopes are dashed when the other members of his band kick him out. Struggling to make ends meet, he takes a job as a substitute music teacher at an exclusive private school, and sets about moulding his pupils into rock gods. Jack Black stars in this comedy from director Richard Linklater, who draws fine performances from the young supporting cast. Also starring Joan Cusack and Mike White (888)

Bad News Bears (12) 2005 Washed-up baseball player Billy Bob Thornton struggles with his excessive lifestyle and the bad memories of a failed sports career. But when his exasperated lawyer suggests he coach a team of little league losers, he begins to turn himself and the youngsters into a force to be reckoned with. Richard Linklater's remake of the hugely-popular Seventies comedy. With Greg Kinnear, Marcia Gay Harden and Emmanuel Estrada (888)

Waking Life (15) 2001 Offbeat drama following a man's journey as he ponders differing perceptions of life and reality. Ethan Hawke, Julie Delpy and Wiley Wiggins appear alongside Richard Linklater, who also directed. The film was produced by resurrecting little-used rotoscoping techniques and applying them to the latest technology digital cameras were used to capture the action, which was then drawn over by a team of animators, creating a surreal effect

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