In this issue, with free calendar:
Arnold Schwarzenegger returns to action-packed adventure with a bang, as
the Terminator star faces neither murderous robots, nor mythical
monsters, but the return of Satan to Earth on the eve of the new Millennium! We
talk with Arnie himself and Peter Hyams, the director of the long-predicted
A fabulous animated classic and true family movie. Based on Ted Hughes's
book The Iron Man, with voices including Jennifer Aniston and Harry
Connick Jr. Film Review spoke to him and director
||Film of the
On-the-edge film-maker Kevin Smith on his controversial comic fantasy on
life, death, and Catholicism, starring Matt Damon and Ben Affleck - with Alanis
Morrissette as God!
Call Sheet gives you the lowdown on David
Lean's classic film, starring Omar Sharif, Alec Guinness, Julie Christie and
Ashley Judd on facing duplicity, murderous intent and injustice - and
that's just from her husband! - in this US chart-topping thriller
|| Guest House
When I finally saw it, it nearly made me cry. That's Rik
Mayall on bringing his and Adrian Edmondson's special brand of anarchic
Bottom humour to the big screen
|Reviews - your every film need catered for!
refreshing 35-page section covers:
Movies - 25 in total, with all the UK's cinema releases for December
|| Jodie Foster and Chow Yun Fat star in a sumptuous remake
of Anna and the King Reviewed here
the fabulous, explosive new James Bond outing The World Is Not Enough.
We say: it's got it all, and it's spot on.
|| the live-action
début of the perennial cartoon favourite Inspector Gadget
starring Matthew Broderick
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
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Steps to Trainspotting!
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Barrels! (UK callers only sorry)
Tommy Flanagan, star of the
highly-acclaimed new film Ratcatcher is this month's
Brit at the Back
nine pages of news in
Despatches Another face of the
future is interviewed in They Might Be Giants
James Cameron-Wilson answers all your
movie questions in Film Facts
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