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VI DIRECT Catalog : Film Review : Film Review Specials 10 - 19

Film Review Special #19, Summer Blockbusters 1997 Film Review Special #19, Summer Blockbusters 1997
(Reference #FS19)
We preview all the blockbuster films for 1997 in an A to Z, including Batman and Robin, Speed 2, The Lost World and Volcano. Also, interviews with Sandra Bullock for Speed 2. Stanley Tucci has a Big Night. Chris O'Donnell is back as Robin in Batman and Robin. Liv Tyler is Inventing the Abbotts. Steve Buscemi plays yet another bad guy in Con Air.Tom Sizemore in The Relic. Talking about snakes with Anaconda's Kari Wuhrer. Uma Thurman on beating Julia Roberts and Demi Moore to the role of Poison Ivy. Wes Craven talks about his new film Scream.


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Film Review Special #18, Star Wars 20th Anniversary 1997 Film Review Special #18, Star Wars 20th Anniversary 1997
(Reference #FS18)
Celebrating 20 years of Star Wars, we take a look at the old and the new. Pre-Production, how the Star Wars came about. George Lucas discusses the first trilogy and the new one. Producer Rick McCallum talks about the Special Editions. A new comer's guide to Star Wars. Special effects man Dave Carson. Ben Burtt sound effects man. Interviews with Harrison Ford (Han Solo), Dave Prowse (Darth Vader), Anthony Daniels (C-3PO), Billy Dee Williams (Lando Calrissian), Warwick Davis (Ewok), Garrick Hagon (Biggs Darklighter), Michael Sheard (Admrial Ozzel) and Michael Carter (Bib Fortuna). What the future holds for Star Wars. Also, John Cleese on Fierce Creatures. Jennifer Tilly on Bound. Sean Patrick Flannery on Powder. Daniel Day Lewis on The Crucible. David Cronenberg on Crash. Director Ron Howard on Ransom.


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Film Review Special #17, Yearbook (1996/7) Film Review Special #17, Yearbook (1996/7)
(Reference #FS17)
All of 1996's film releases are reviewed in full. 1996 in focus, from Trainspotting to Seven. The year's movies, 12 Monkeys, Withnail and I, Independence Day and Toy Story amongst others. Interviews with the biggest names of 1996, Bill Pullman, Sharon Stone, Robin Williams, Morgan Freeman, Liz Tyler, Ewan McGregor, Sandra Bullock, John Travolta, Matthew McConnaughey and Pete Postlethwaite.


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Film Review Special #16, Classic Films 1996 Film Review Special #16, Classic Films 1996
(Reference #FS16)
The top 100 highest earning films ever. A look at the action fun film Die Hard and why it remains unsurpassed. Truth is stranger than fiction in the making of The Wicker Man. The troubled but delightful musical, Half A Sixpence. Just what made The Rocky Horror Picture show so popular. A look back at the most romantic film ever made, Brief Encounter. Luckiness abounds in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. Thank heaven above me, its The Spy Who Loved Me. Midnight Express brutal but brilliant. Brilliant thriller In the Heat of the Night examined. Independence Day. Aliens in Film. A quick run down of legends in the film industry, from Clark Gable to George Lucas.


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Film Review Special #15, Summer Blockbusters 1996 Film Review Special #15, Summer Blockbusters 1996
(Reference #FS15)
All the blockbuster films for 1996 previewed A – Z including Mission Impossible, Independence Day, Kingpin and The Rock. The ups and downs of Arnold Schwarzenegger in Eraser. Jim Carrey in off-beat comedy The Cable Guy. Richard Gere gets to grips with his Primal Fear. Sharon Stone talks about Last Dance. Sally Field and Erika Holzer discuss the thriller An Eye for an Eye. We take a look at another controversial film, Kids. Spike Lee talks about his Girl 6. Winona Ryder reveals How to Make an American Quilt. An extensive look at the brilliant Mission: Impossible starring Tom Cruise. Plus Jan DeBont's windy disaster movie, Twister.


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Film Review Special #14, Sci-Fi Films 1996 Film Review Special #14, Sci-Fi Films 1996
(Reference #FS14)
An A to Z of the 50 greatest Sci-Fi films of all time, from Star Wars to 1984, they're all here. We talk to Katherine Bigelow and Angela Bassett about the masterpiece that is Strange Days. Denzel Washington, Kelly Lynch and Russell Crow on VR thriller Virtuosity. Bad guy actor Dolph Lundren on Johnny Mnemonic. On set on Warrior of Waverley Street with star Joseph Mazzello. We take a look at the background of Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. Take a look at our complete guide to the Star Wars universe. And look at the background of the amazing ET. We talk to Merisa Paredes star of Flower of My Secret. Whitney Houston in Waiting to Exhale. Martin Scorsese on Casino and Cindy Crawford on her film debut, Fair Game.


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Film Review Special #13, Yearbook (1995/6) Film Review Special #13, Yearbook (1995/6)
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All of 1995's films reviewed; 1995 Cinema News in Focus. Plus interviews with Sandra Bullock on While You Were Sleeping and The Net. Tom Hanks on Apollo 13. Toni Collette on Muriel's Wedding. Nigel Hawthorne on The Madness of King George. Martin Landau on Ed Wood. Johnny Depp on Ed Wood, Don Juan De Marco and Arizona Dream. Emma Thompson on Junior, Carrington and Sense and Sensibility. And a look at Kevin Costner post Waterworld.


Film Review Special #12, Batman films 1995 Film Review Special #12, Batman films 1995
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Film Review Special #11, Summer Blockbusters 1995 Film Review Special #11, Summer Blockbusters 1995
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Blockbuster movies of 1995 – plus Brad Pitt; Chris O’Donnell; profiles of Hugh Grant and Keanu Reeves.


Film Review Special #10, Star Trek Souvenir 1995 Film Review Special #10, Star Trek Souvenir 1995
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Star Trek at the movies. We talk to William Shatner on Kirk's last stand. Patrick Stewart on taking over the final frontier. Marina Sirtis put on her accent and talks to us about Trek and Troi. We take a look back at Star Trek: The Motion Picture. The A – Z of Star Trek. Share the memories of all the original cast. Rick Berman talks about killing Kirk and leaving Spock and Bones behind. Also, StarGate Producer Dean Devlin, director Roland Emmerish and composer David Arnold on the Sci-Fi epic. Falling over himself in Drop Zone, Wesley Snipes. Christian Slater and Joe Pesci on Jimmy Hollywood. Directing the controversial Indian movie Bandit Queen. Jason Scott Lee and Cary Elwes on The Jungle Book. Michael Keaton on being Speechless rather than being Batman. Digging up some facts on Shallow Grave.


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VI DIRECT Catalog : Film Review : Film Review Specials 10 - 19

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