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Bridget Jones's Diary
Film of the Month
The saturnine hunk of brooding manliness that is
Colin Firth explains what it was
like to effectively return to the role that made him a national hero, and holds
forth on the joys of punching Hugh Grant.
Our resident expert James Cameron-Wilson sat up all night to bring you
comprehensive coverage of the most spectacular awards ceremony in the showbiz
Relive the highs and lows of a fantastic evening - and we
don't just mean the necklines! Complete with full results
The Wedding Planner
Co-stars Jennifer Lopez and Matthew McConnaughey give us their thoughts
on each other and this hit romantic comedy. Was there catalytic chemistry, or
did they come a cropper?
In an infinite universe, Jeff Bridges has got to be President somewhere.
He reveals what it's like to hold the reigns of power, while co-star Joan Allen
revels in the plaudits for her performance
Call Sheet: A Hard Day's Night
An in depth look at the creation of the Beatles' classic, featuring
interviews with director Richard Lester, writer Alun Owen, actor Victor
Spinetti and more
|Reviews - your every film need catered for!
pages in all, covering:
The Mexican is put through the paces, plus 22 more April releases: all
the above, and...
Our diligent section At a Cinema Near You gives
you the lowdown on more than 40 films still showing in the UK
| Bread and Roses Ken
Loach vs. The City of Angels? An urgent, brutally honest (and true) story of
labour rights in Los Angeles.
Plus 16 pages of Home Entertainment
- Reviews of the latest videos, books, CDs, DVDs, websites and
| Rugrats in Paris
Those rascally Rugrats are back, and this time they're taking on the
capital of cuisine and culture: Paris!
| One Night at McCool's
could lead to trouble for Michael Douglas, John Goodman and Matt Dillon
- in the form of the seductive Liv Tyler
| The Tailor of Panama
Geoffrey Rush finds himself wishing for a new pair of trousers when he gets on
the wrong side of MI6 agent Pierce Brosnan.
Seven pages of the hottest movie news, with items on Mel Gibson, Ewan McGregor,
David Cronenberg, George Clooney and Harrison Ford
at the Back:
You may not think you know her, but you do. Kiera Knightley, the decoy Queen
Amidala from Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, talks about her latest role
in this month's The Hole. Read the feature at
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- Forthcoming Attractions:
Whet your appetite for the best of May's new movies including Captain
Correlli's Mandolin, The Dish and Tigerland!
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