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The World is Not Enough
• Bond is back for the millennium in his most thrill- packed and emotional outing to date. Film Review talks to the cast and director of the smash movie, including 007 himself, Pierce Brosnan and his new arch-nemesis Robert Carlyle here...

The Sixth Sense
• Already a massive hit in the States, this terrifying supernatural thriller comes to the UK this month. We talk to its star Bruce Willis about his life, his career and his hopes for the future

Film of the Month

Fight Club
• We take a look at this astonishingly strange, violent and funny new film and its star Brad Pitt

Call Sheet gives you the lowdown on one of the most violent and disturbing British films ever made, as we interview the cast and crew of this powerful and honest borstal drama 20 years on

East is East
• We talk to Ayub Khan-Din, the man behind this hilarious yet powerful film tracing the lives of a group of Anglo-Asians in 1970s Salford. Five-star review included in magazine!

The Limey
• Terence Stamp on coming in from the cold as he recreates his Poor Cow role, out for revenge in Steven Soderbergh's new thriller

Reviews - your every film need catered for!
This refreshing 35-page section covers:
 New Movies, with all the UK's cinema releases for November – including:  Ang Lee's latest gem Ride with the Devil Reviewed here
 18 years on, Bill Forsyth's touching sequel Gregory's Two Girls  Harrison Ford and Kristen Scott Thomas have Random Hearts
 Kay Mellor's crowd-pleasing reproductive comedy Fanny & Elvis, starring Jennifer Saunders and Ray Winstone  Plus: December's Coming Attractions, and preview sci-fi flicks Pitch Black and End of Days in Things to Come
 Can't wait for the next batch? Now Showing selects the best of last month's crop  Reviews of the latest videos, books, CDs and DVDs - and some major new websites
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Brokedown Palace star Kate Beckinsale is this month's Brit at the Back
• nine pages of news in Despatches – including They Might Be Giants – some new film faces that may soon be very familiar
• your movie questions answered in Film Facts

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