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  Film of the Month  

• The dynamic duo of Woody and Buzz Lightyear blast back onto the silver screen with all their CGI friends in tow. Join us for a peek behind the scenes with Tim Allen on a sequel that actually surpasses the original!

Leo on The BeachThe Beach Review online!
Leonardo DiCapriotalks to Film Review about Danny Boyle's eagerly-awaited adaptation of the best-selling novel. Does this mean we'll be seeing a grittier edge to the young star?

Talented Matt Damon

The Talented Mr Ripley
Anthony Minghella's scintillating adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's tale of death, deceit and love has a stellar cast. Our two-part coverage begins with Minghella and Mr Ripley himself, Matt Damon, on reviving a chiller

Man On The Moon
• Genius or bonkers? Either way, the life of US comedian Andy Kaufman makes for a brilliant movie. We talk to Hollywood's hottest star Jim Carrey about stepping into Andy's shoes and… er, wrestling with women!

Another Fiennes AffairThe End Of The Affair
Ralph Fiennes stars in Neil Jordan's acclaimed take on Graham Greene's WW2 story of love and loss. He talks about his love of period drama, and some sibling rivalry with sister Martha

Allan Corduner gets Topsy Turvy

Topsy Turvy
Up for so many awards it's hard to keep count... What makes Mike Leigh's latest, the story of Gilbert and Sullivan, so special? The well-composed Allan Corduner tells all

Reviews - your every film need catered for!
This refreshing 34-page section covers:
 New Movies: 23 in total, covering all the new UK cinema releases for February - with the all the films above, plus:  Kenneth Branagh's latest attempt to bring Shakespeare to the masses with Love's Labour's Lost
 Ghostly goings-on in a new version of classic chiller The House on Haunted Hill  A brilliant comeback for Michael Caine in period piece The Cider House Rules
 New section At a Cinema Near You gives you the lowdown on over 50 films still showing nationwide  Reviews of the latest videos, books, CDs and DVDs - and some major new websites
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  • nine pages of news and box-office chartage in Despatches
  • Tilda Swinton, star of sure-fire smash The Beach is this month's Brit at the Back Brit at the Back
  • A superb digital camecorder to be won in our stunning Thin Red Line competition
  • Win a set of the most romantic new films just in time for Valentine's Day; or copies of Gregory's 2 Girls, Mickey Blue Eyes or Wild Wild West in our latest competitions! (UK callers only - sorry)
  • An exclusive extract from a new book charting the films of legendary director Roy Ward Baker in our Call Sheet Special
  • Scrooge star Alastair Sim is the subject of Idol Chat
  • James Cameron-Wilson answers all your movie questions in Film Facts

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