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Comedy, Coming of Age
The main character in a comedy is usually a little insecure, or obviously flawed in order to win our sympathy. Ferris Bueller isn't like that - the kid who bunks off school to spend a fantastic day roaming about Chicago with his gloomy best friend and girlfriend is smart, popular and very cunning. Somehow, we end up on his side anyway in a film that makes taking a sneaky sickie seem most appealing - not that it should give anyone any ideas!
Charlie is an unofficial psychiatrist, dishing out advice to his schoolmates. Things get complicated when he begins handing out real medication.
14+ years 93 mins
Enjoyable German comedy about a family's elaborate schemes to keep the fall of the Berlin Wall from their ill mother.
14+ years 121 mins
This witty, edgy drama centres on Igby, a rebellious teen from a rich, dysfunctional family who leaves for New York, where discontent follows him.
16+ years 98 mins
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Our Film of the Month for June is Turning Tides, a poignant drama that deals with grief and friendship, as two girls take a somber boat trip together.
Viewing time 8 mins
We explore the clever ways Spider-Man: Homecoming keeps Peter Parker's story fresh and brings everyone's favourite web-slinger back into the Marvel fold.
Reading time 8 mins
We take a closer look at new teen high-school drama The Edge of Seventeen (which is out on DVD now) and how teenagers and their lives are represented on film.
Reading time 4 mins
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