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There's a real skill in making a film in which terrible things happen and yet the audience is left helpless with hilarious laughter - it's a mixture that's seriously hard to get right. But in all movie history, it's rarely been done better than in this British comedy about a sweet old lady who thinks that her new lodger is the leader of a group of classical musicians, rather than the head of gang of hardened (although incompetent) criminals planning a big heist.
Japanese black comedy in which a shoe salesman gets sacked and takes over a country holiday hotel with his family, where their customers keep dying.
14+ years 113 mins
A decidedly spooky but delightfully funny comedy, as Mortimer Brewster uncovers his increasingly manic family heritage.
11+ years 113 mins
Michael Caine is fresh out of prison and eager to take on one big score at an Italian bank. Exciting comedy crime caper with amazing set pieces.
11+ years 95 mins
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