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Marlon Brando is often called the greatest screen actor of all time, and this blistering drama shows why. In his youthful prime, he gives a terrific performance as a dockyard worker who takes a stand against corruption even though it makes him an outcast in his community. The theme of the film is about finding the strength of character to do what's right, a powerful idea that's matched here by the brilliantly naturalistic acting - these are people you can really believe in and root for.
Classic courtroom drama with a powerful performance from Henry Fonda, in which all but one of a jury vote to convict a Hispanic man of murder.
11+ years 92 mins
Based on the true story of a sassy single mother working as an assistant at a law firm, who discovers a firm's water pollution is making locals ill.
14+ years 126 mins
Historical biopic about Mexican hero Emiliano Zapata, who helped fight injustice and land theft in his homeland in the early 20th century.
14+ years 108 mins
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