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VI DIRECT Catalog : Film Review : Film Review 1999

Film Review #588, December 1999 Film Review #588, December 1999
(Reference #F111)
The World Is Not Enough – Pierce Brosnan and his new James Bond extravaganza's stars talk. Sixth Sense (Film of the Month) – Bruce Willis on the realms of the supernatural. Fight Club – Brad Pitt gets deep down and dirty. East is East – Ayub Khan-Din on his 1970s memoir of Anglo-Asians in Salford. Plus Terence Stamp – in from the cold as The Limey, Call Sheet on brutal borstal tale Scum, and Brokedown Palace star Kate Beckinsale is our Brit at the Back. Plus the best new film and movie stuff reviewed! Also includes bonus taster for Film Review's Ultimate DVD magazine.
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Film Review #587, November 1999 Film Review #587, November 1999
(Reference #F110)
Runaway Bride – Richard Gere on reuniting the Pretty Woman team nine years on. Deep Blue Sea – Samuel L Jackson on battling augmented killer sharks in an horrific thriller. American Pie – Lewd, crude and rude teen flick with some unusual serving suggestions from Jason Biggs (Film of the Month). Plus Steve Martin and Eddie Murphy, back on comic form in Bowfinger, John Travolta in fine (uni)form in the military thriller The General's Daughter, and Mad Cows star Anna Friel is our Brit at the Back.
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Film Review #586, October 1999 Film Review #586, October 1999
(Reference #F109)
Eyes Wide Shut – Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidmanon their experiences of Stanley Kubrick’s last, sexually-charged movie. Analyze This – on the psychiatrist's couch with Billy Crystal (Film of the Month). Ravenous – we pick the bones of Robert Carlyle's flavourful director Antonia Bird. Katie Holmes on getting the green light for cool comedy thriller Go. Tim Roth on his stunning directorial dιbut with The War Zone. Call Sheet on marvellous '60s musical Oliver! Plus Cuba Gooding Jr. on Instinct, and Idol Chat on Marlene Dietrich.
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Film Review #585, September 1999 Film Review #585, September 1999
(Reference #F108)
Wild Wild West – Will Smith, Kevin Kline, Kenneth Branagh and Salma Hayek on how the West was done. Mickey Blue Eyes – Hugh Grant on joining a sinister world of organized crime and very bad paintings (Film of the Month). Thomas Crown Affair – Pierce Brosnan on following Steve McQueen's coolest of thieves in a slick remake. Hitchcock centenary – Call Sheet examines Frenzy, his penultimate movie. Plus heartthrob Ryan Philippe is Playing By Heart, and The Mummy star John Hannah is our Brit at the Back. Reviews now includes film websites!
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Film Review #584, August (Cover 1 of 2) 1999 Film Review #584, August (Cover 1 of 2) 1999
(Reference #F107)
Cover 1 of 2 features Star Wars: the dark side of the Force. The Phantom Menace, at last! Ten pages of interviews with two generations of Jedi: Liam Neeson and Ewan McGregor. Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me – Mike Myers and Heather Graham on the frankly enormous sequel. Call Sheet goes behind the scenes on Bond classic OHMSS. Plus Cannes festival '99 report, Idol Chat on Louise Brooks, Ian Hart, Don McKellar and top-class reviews section. PLEASE NOTE: ALL CONTENTS ARE THE SAME AS F10N.
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Film Review #584, August (Cover 2 of 2) 1999 Film Review #584, August (Cover 2 of 2) 1999
(Reference #F10N)
Short Supply
Cover 2 of 2 features Star Wars: the good side of the Force. The Phantom Menace, at last! Ten pages of interviews with two generations of Jedi: Liam Neeson and Ewan McGregor. Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me – Mike Myers and Heather Graham on the frankly enormous sequel. Call Sheet goes behind the scenes on Bond classic OHMSS. Plus Cannes festival '99 report, Idol Chat on Louise Brooks, Ian Hart, Don McKellar and top-class reviews section. PLEASE NOTE: ALL CONTENTS ARE THE SAME AS F107.
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Film Review #583, July 1999 Film Review #583, July 1999
(Reference #F106)
The Matrix – Keanu Reeves on the physical demands of his hard-punching hero in our gasp out-loud Film of the Month. Notting Hill – Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts on getting together in West London. The Mummy – a cryptic conversation with stars Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz, John Hannah and Arnold Vosloo on this spectacular reworking of the Hammer classic. Plus Catherine Zeta Jones on Entrapment, Samuel L Jackson on Star Wars Episode One, Leo di Caprio in Celebrity and Dervla Kirwan profiled.
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Film Review #582, June 1999 Film Review #582, June 1999
(Reference #F105)
The best romantic movies of 1999! Film of the Month Notting Hill's producer Duncan Kenworthy talks exclusively on reunions with Hugh Grant and hiring Julia Roberts. Forces of Nature – Sandra Bullock and Ben Affleck on their whirlwind, hailstone and otherwise disastrous romance. A Simple Plan – Bill Paxton and Billy Bob Thornton on a gripping drama. Jennifer Love Hewitt on slasher sequel I Still Know What You Did.. James Van Der Beek on his Varsity Blues. Peter Mullan on shepherding his Orphans.
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Film Review #581, May 1999 Film Review #581, May 1999
(Reference #F104)
Plunkett & Macleane – Trainspotting pair Robert Carlyle and Jonny Lee Miller on this stylish British thievery romp. Eight Millimeter – We join Nic Cage on his journey into low-budget Hollywood Hell. A Civil Action – John Travolta on his David v. Goliath role as a lawyer taking on a corporation. Oscar Night 1999 – surprises, shocks and Shakespeare from the night of a thousand photocalls. Plus Sir Ian McKellen on Gods and Monsters, Jeremy Northam profiled, tribute to Stanley Kubrick, and a special Pink Panther Call Sheet.
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Film Review #580, April 1999 Film Review #580, April 1999
(Reference #F103)
Payback – Mel Gibson on being very dangerous to know in a classy thriller. The Thin Red Line – Nick Nolte and Ben Chaplin on volunteering for Terrence Malick's war epic. MIghty Joe Young – Charlize Theron on protecting a loveable fifteen-foot ape. American History X – Edward Norton on his challenging neo-Nazi role. Plus the great British comedy Waking Ned, and Joan Allen colours up in Pleasantville. All these and 19 more new releases reviewed plus Call Sheet on Hammer's Dracula.
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Film Review March 1999 Film Review March 1999
(Reference #F102)
You've Got [email protected] – Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan on re-teaming for a romantic comedy. Patch Adams – Robin Williams on prescribing laughter as the best medicine. This Year's Love – It's a British bed-hopping bonanza, as we hear from Dougray Scott, and the rest of David Kane's excellent cast. Plus Michael Keaton on Jack Frost, Jason Patric on Your Freinds and Neighbours and Idol Chat on Ingrid Bergman. With over 30 new releases reviewed and the latest global movie info in Despatches.
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Film Review February 1999 Film Review February 1999
(Reference #F101)
Star Trek: Insurrection – Patrick Stewart on being beamed down and loved up while defying Starfleet. Little Voice – Ewan McGregor and Michael Caine help Jane Horrocks find hers, and it's magnificent. Meet Joe Black – Brad Pitt on playing Death, warmed up by Claire Forlani. The Siege – Denzel Washington on martial law in New York. The Mighty – Sharon Stone on playing Mom. Plus Call Sheet on American Graffiti, Idol Chat on Humphrey Bogart, and Vince Vaughn goes Psycho!
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Film Review January 1999 Film Review January 1999
(Reference #F100)
New-look, expanded 100-page issue! The Mask of Zorro – Antonio Banderas and Catherine Zeta Jones: rendezvous with a hot screen couple. Enemy of the State – blockbuster king Will Smith on evading goverment agents aplenty. Pleasantville – Tobey Maguire and Reese Witherspoon on adding colour to a dull world. Disney vs Dreamworks – it's a new animation war. Plus Chris Tucker, Stanley Tucci, 1999 preview, a refreshing new 22-page review section, and a FREE star birthday calendar for 1999.
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