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Arsenic and Old Lace

(8 votes, average: 9.25 out of 10)

An old black and white classic that is also a stage play. This is a great farce. Cary Grant plays the main character very well and there are plenty of laughs. A great movie if you want to do a bit of classics appreciation. Made in the days when the writing and story had to… Continue Reading

Speed Racer

(8 votes, average: 6.63 out of 10)

A young man and his goal to win a race. Nearly the whole movie is a combination of animation and live action. Yet it is fun, full of action, and very satisfying. Kids should love this and so should some adults,  if you liked the Speed Racer cartoons years ago, or even if you didn’t.… Continue Reading

Groundhog Day

(23 votes, average: 9.09 out of 10)

One of those movies that has become a classic. Small town America, and a man whose day keeps on repeating. What would you do with your life if you could do it over every day, with no consequences. This is a romance, but it is more than that, take out the romance and it would… Continue Reading


(6 votes, average: 7.17 out of 10)

Fans of romance should love this. A classic Jane Austin story, though not strict to the book. A fairly light movie with some good humour and lots of phrases to quote. There is nothing here that is not suitable for children, but it probably won’t interest them. It is suited to teenagers and up. Year:… Continue Reading

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

(8 votes, average: 8.75 out of 10)

Not the TV series, but the movie that came some years before. A fairly light hearted vampire movie, with lots of jokes and one liners. Not for kids, but teenagers and adults who appreciate a light thriller should appreciate it. It’s more tongue in cheek comedy than horror or scary. Year: 1992 Continue Reading