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202. Kill Bill: Volume 2 (2004)

Continuing the story of The Bride’s attempts to get past her old colleagues and to kill Bill, the boss of the Deadly Vipers, and the man who tried to kill her and took the baby she was carrying. Told mainly … Continue reading

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201. Kill Bill: Volume 1 (2003)

When the assassin now known as The Bride, decides to leave her dangerous lifestyle for a life of married bliss, former boss Bill and her ex-colleagues in the Deadly Vipers Assassination Squad decide she must be eliminated. However, she wakes … Continue reading

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200. Babe (1995)

A bit of a landmark here, as I’ve reached my 200th film of the year! That’ll do, Pig. That’ll do. When young piglet Babe is taken away from his mum and picked as a ‘guess the weight’ at a fair, … Continue reading

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199. Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007)

When ex-convict Benjamin Barker returns to London, he is determined to wreak vengeance on the men who wrongly transported him to Australia. Judge Turpin not only sent the young barber away, but lusted after his wife and took his daughter, … Continue reading

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198. Eyes Wide Open (2009)

Aaron is married with four children, as well as being a devoutly Orthodox Jewish butcher and cantor in Jerusalem. One rainy day, a young yeshiva student, Ezri, walks into his shop asking for work. Aaron refuses, but later discovers the … Continue reading

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196. The Fog (1980)

The small fishing town on Antonio Bay is celebrating its centenary, when odd things start happening – phones ringing at the same time, lights going on and off, and most mysteriously, a huge fog bank out to sea, that seems … Continue reading

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195. From Hell (2001)

Johnny Depp practices his cock-er-nee accent in preparation for future roles, as he plays Inspector Frederick Abberline, who is investigating the Jack the Ripper murders. Prostitutes in the east end of London are being found mutilated. A local gang regularly … Continue reading

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194. The Omega Man (1971)

Charlton Heston was the go-to man in the late 1960’s/early 1970’s for any director requiring a sci-fi action hero. From the iconic Planet of the Apes and on to the futuristic Soylent Green, Heston’s performance in the apocalyptic The Omega … Continue reading

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193. The Draughtman’s Contract (1982)

An artist is invited by Mrs Herbert to make twelve drawings of her estate in exchange for sexual favours in the absence of her husband. The artist, Mr Neville, believes he is being very clever by weaving visual clues to … Continue reading

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190. Rosemary’s Baby (1968)

Waif-like Rosemary and her husband Guy move into the creepy, gothic Bramford building. Rosemary soon makes friends with a young woman, Terry, who lives with an elderly couple, Roman and Minnie Castevet, in the apartment next door. When returning after … Continue reading

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