3 fantastic films - works out about £2.66 a film and less after Quidco.
Glengarry Glen Ross: He's an animal of instinct. Ferocious. Hungry. Driven by the kill. He's an endangered species. A dying breed. And he's going down fighting. He is, The Property Salesman.
Cinema's star players chase leads, scrape deals and sell their souls for a fast buck in Glengarry Glen Ross as box office big hitters Al Pacino, Jack Lemmon, Alec Baldwin, Ed Harris, Alan Arkin, Kevin Spacey and Jonathan Pryce team up to tie down the one sale that could mean the difference between glory and the gutter. An insight into our materialistic era. A film for the decade, Glengarry Glen Ross is a movie for everyone dying to make a living.
City banker Andy Dufresne (Tim Robbins) arrived at Shawshank Prison in 1947. Convicted of two brutal murders, he received a double life sentence and discovers that when they send you to Shawshank State Prison for life, that is exactly what they take.
Shawshank Redemption: Within the confines of Shawshank, Andy forms an unlikely friendship with the prison "fixer" Red (Morgan Freeman). He also becomes popular with the Warden and the prison's guards, as Andy is able to use his banking experience to help the corrupt officials amass personal fortunes.
The Fabulous Baker Boys: With an extraordinary twist in the tale, Andy finds that survival comes down to a simple choice: get busy living or get busy dying...
Frank and Jack Baker are professional musicians who play small clubs. Jack is the cynical, talented one with a liking for casual relationships, while Frank is more ordinary and organised with a suburban home and family. After a series of boring gigs they decide to hire a singer. Into their lives walks Susie Diamond, a hard nosed woman with a face as beautiful as her voice. Their status begins to pick up, but tensions are beginning to mount between the two brothers, especially as romance is blossoming between Susie and Jack.