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It’s certainly worth turning to the assistance of flat pack assemblers from The Flatpack Construction Company if it means being able to keep safe a DVD copy of this classic! This courtroom thriller, Sidney Lumet’s directorial debut, stars Henry Fonda and is wonderfully tense and atmospheric. In fact, it is currently rated the eighth best film ever made by voters at the Internet Movie Database.
In this British comedy drama, Andrew Buchan plays Jack, who proposes to his long term girlfriend Camilla, played by Romola Garai, only to be confronted by a woman called Anna, played by Anna Friel, with whom he had a one night stand at a rock concert eight years previously. Jack is shocked when Anna reveals that, as a result of their liaison, he has fathered by her a son called Phoenix. This film is the directorial debut of Sam Hoare and you could find it a great reason to use a furniture assembly service from The Flat Pack Construction Company.
This romantic sports drama sees figure skater Kate Moseley, played by Moira Kelly, in danger of having to give up her dream of competing in the Olympic Games due to her struggles to meet a partner who can cope with her prima-donna-ish attitude. However, she finds such a partner in the form of ice hockey star Doug Dorsey, played by D. B. Sweeney, with whom she experiences the increasing chance of love.
This romantic comedy stars Winona Ryder, Cher, Christina Ricci and Bob Hoskins and is set in the 1960s, when a teenage girl called Charlotte, played by Ryder, finds herself struggling to deal with her simultaneous but clearly conflicted desires for a young man who works at her local church and to become a nun. Cher plays Charlotte’s man-eating mother.