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What is arguably the US's greatest-ever sporting scandal took place in 1919 when eight players from the Chicago White Sox baseball team deliberately lost the World Series for money. But you don't need to be a baseball fan to enjoy this sharp and funny drama, which asks why these big stars, feeling that they were underpaid and unappreciated, decided to risk their careers for payouts from gambling consortiums.
This sprightly, stylish movie, set in Chicago in the 1930s, follows a pair of confidence tricksters as they pull off the biggest job of their careers.
11+ years 123 mins
In this true story, Jeffrey Wigand has the inside scoop on major research into the dangers of smoking, but is sworn to secrecy by his company.
14+ years 151 mins
Riveting, 1950s-set true-life drama about a scandal that rocked the United States in the early days of television.
14+ years 127 mins
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