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The Blues Brothers
The Blues Brothers is completely whacky and an absolute eighties classic. Jake (John Belushi) reunites with his brother, Elwood (Dan Aykroyd) as the two put together an old band to help save the Catholic home in which they were both raised.
The makers of Wallace and Grommit are also behind Chicken Run - an action-packed and laugh-out-loud adventure about a group of chickens who attempt to escape the farm they're on before they're all made into pies by the evil Mrs Tweedy.
Quentin Tarantino has numerous film classics, and Reservoir Dogs is arguably one of the best. Six criminals who are strangers to each other come together to carry out a diamond robbery. When the police show up at the perfect time, the group begins to speculate whether one of them is a police informant.
Peacock actually has an entire section dedicated to Alfred Hitchcock films, but if you’ve not seen any them then your best bet is to start with this absolute classic. When a secretary goes on the run from an employer, they end up at the Bates Motel - run by the mysterious Norman Bates who is under the watchful eye of his controlling mother.
Brokeback Mountain was a groundbreaking film at the time it released. It tells the story of two men in the 1960's - a ranch-hand and a rodeo cowboy - who fall in love and try to keep their secret bond alive in a time where their relationship would never be accepted.
The Ugly Truth
If we're being honest, The Ugly Truth is a bit of a trashy rom-com - but it's certainly easy watching if that's what you're in the mood for. TV producer Abby has been single for a long time, but when her colleagues team her up with arrogant dating guru Mike, things start to heat up.
The Bourne Identity
There's five films now in the Bourne franchise - and you can binge the first five over on Peacock. The best place to start is with the first, which follows a man who has lost his memory. As he tries to learn more about his life, he finds himself embarking on a dangerous mission.
Shrek is the animated classic that never gets old. The movie follows a solitary ogre who just wants to live on his swap in peace. However, to do that he must embark on a quest to rescue a princess from a tower guarded by a fire-breathing dragon, with only an annoying donkey for company.