April 2000 (#592) ships from Feb 22 UK £2.80/US $6.95 FEATURE NEWS REVIEWS

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• A film hotly tipped for Oscar glory, Tom Hanks stars in this moving version of Stephen King's best-seller about miraculous occurrences on Death Row. We talk to Hanks, director Frank Darabont and the stars of this brilliant supernatural thriller

Leo on The BeachThe Insider Review online!
• Al Pacino and Russell Crowe discover that if smoking is bad for your health, then taking on a big tobacco company is positively suicidal. We talk to the stars of this hard-hitting true story of corruption and media meddling

The talented Jude Law and Gwyneth PaltrowThe Talented Mr Ripley
• Oscar-nominee Jude Law and global favourite Gwyneth Paltrow on murder, Minghella and Matt Damon. Part 2 of our coverage of Anthony Minghella's chilling, sumptuous drama

Film Review favourite Julianne Moore stars in this astonishing ensemble piece from director Paul Thomas Anderson. We talk to them both about fame, the film, and Tom Cruise in his pants!

Bob Hoskins in The Long Good FridayThe Long Good Friday
• For its 20th Anniversary re-issue, this explosive British gangster flick is given a good going over. Bob Hoskins and director John MacKenzie talked us through dealing with the mob!

Whatever Happened to Harold Smith? • Tom Courtenay has a quick word about being an OAP with Uri Geller tendencies and fleeting fame in this British gem, set in the age of disco-dancing, tank tops, and Swap Shop...

Reviews - your every film need catered for!
This refreshing 33-page section covers:
 New Movies: 27 in total, covering all the new UK cinema releases for March - with every film mentioned above, plus:  Ever wanted to climb inside the head of a superstar? Find out how in the bizarre comedy Being John Malkovich
 New section At a Cinema Near You gives you the lowdown on over 50 films still showing nationwide  Kevin Spacey visits the Emerald Isle as an Ordinary Decent Criminal in this new gangster caper
 Winona Ryder stars as an unwilling asylum patient in the moving Girl, Interrupted  Reviews of the latest videos, books, CDs and DVDs - and some major new websites
 Things to Come peers at movies heading your way, including Scream 3 and plasticine fun in Chicken Run
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  • nine pages of news and box-office chartage in Despatches, including a full run-down on the Oscar nominees and Golden Globe winners
  • We check out the best of next month's new movies in Forthcoming Attractions
  • Win a set of Warner Crime Classics, Hollywood Treasures and MGM Movie time videos; or copies of Final Cut, Ravenous and Drop Dead Gorgeous in our latest competitions! (UK callers only - sorry)
  • Call Sheet charts the maiden voyage of the ill-fated RMS Titanic in the classic A Night to Remember
  • Hollywood starlet Hedy Lamarr is the subject of Idol Chat
  • James Cameron-Wilson answers all your movie questions in Film Facts

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