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VI Direct Catalogue : Film Review : Film Review Specials 20 - 29

Film Review Special #29, 20th Century Cinema 1999 Film Review Special #29, 20th Century Cinema 1999
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A Century of Cinema Special, featuring a must-have, comprehensive look at all aspects of the outgoing century’s greatest artform. Decade-by-decade features range from the beginnings of Cinema, to what the future holds, while studying the big films, the Oscars, the key years and the real stars of each period. Profiles, together with full page photos, of movie legends include Clark Gable, Paul Newman, Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, Clint Eastwood, Harrison Ford, Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts. Plus articles on notable genres such as Musicals, Thrillers, Science Fiction and Romance.
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Film Review Special #28, Directors Edition 1999 Film Review Special #28, Directors Edition 1999
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One hundred pages devoted entirely to fantastic filmmakers, with our Essential Guide to 20 of the world's greatest directors, from Hitchcock to Spielberg, plus 10 golden era legends and a decade-by-decade guide. Alfred Hitchcock’s centenary celebrated: focus on the most imitated director of all. George Lucas' rare directorial role on Star Wars – Episode 1 assessed. Plus interviews with the animator-directors of Disney's new Tarzan, Michael Apted on directing Bond's The World is Not Enough, Ron Howard on EdTV, Pedro Almodσvar talks All About My Mother, Barry Sonnenfeld on Wild Wild West, and much more!
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Film Review Special #27, Summer Blockbusters 1999 Film Review Special #27, Summer Blockbusters 1999
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The Essential Summer Preview – plus free Enhanced CD! All you need to know about Star Wars, The Matrix, Austin Powers 2, Wild Wild West, Entrapment and 20 other releases for 1999's hottest season. With George Lucas and Natalie Portman on The Phantom Menace, Carrie-Anne Moss on The Matrix, Rhys Ifans and Roger Michell on Notting Hill, Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz on The Mummy. Plus 20 minutes of soundtrack music and 17 Hot Trailers on one combined CD / CD-ROM.
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Film Review Special #26, Yearbook 1999 Film Review Special #26, Yearbook 1999
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Every single cinema release of 1998 reviewed – over 320 films covered in our special A-Z compendium! Plus the year's most prominent stars profiled in ten faces of 1998: these new interviews include Leo di Caprio, Drew Barrymore, Ben Affleck, Gwyneth Paltrow, Christina Ricci, Jean Reno and... Vinnie Jones. With an overview of the major movie moments of 1998.
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Film Review Special #25, Sci-Fi movies 1998 Film Review Special #25, Sci-Fi movies 1998
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Film Review's Sci-Fi Hall of Fame. 25 all-time great science fiction movies that have to be seen – with reviews, trivia and top moments. Star Trek: Insurrection – Jonathan Frakes, Mike Piller and Rick Berman on the ninth Trek movie. What Dreams May Come – Robin Williams on journeys into heaven and hell. Plus Bond's Moonraker in Call Sheet, 1999 Sci-Fi Movie preview, and behind-the-scenes at Jim Henson's Creature Shop.
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Film Review Special #24, Young Ones 1998 Film Review Special #24, Young Ones 1998
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Here come the International Bright Young Things! It's our own top 50 of the most brilliant young movie stars, in over 50 colourful pages. Plus interviews with 10 of the contenders: Ben Affleck Matt Damon, Gwyneth Paltrow, Mark Wahlberg, Kate Beckinsale, Keanu Reeves, Sandra Bullock, Skeet Ulrich, Robert Carlyle – and Leonardo di Caprio.
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Film Review Special #23, Summer Blockbusters 1998 Film Review Special #23, Summer Blockbusters 1998
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Includes free music & interactive CD – 30 minutes of soundtrack music plus an exclusive collection of 15 trailers (software included for Mac or PC – needs multisession CD drive). Features on Godzilla, Lost in Space, The Avengers, The X-Files, City of Angels,. Plus Film Review's own Cannes diary
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Film Review Special #22, Yearbook (1997/8) Film Review Special #22, Yearbook (1997/8)
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All the films from 1997 are reviewed in full. We take a look back on the a fantastic year for movie. From TV to cinema with Robert Carlyle, who made The Full Monty a big success. Sexy Cameron Diaz talks about her Life Less Ordinary while attending her Best Friend's Wedding. Leonardo DiCaprio on Romeo and Juliet, Marvin's Room and the record-breaking success Titanic. Gina Gershon on her variety of roles from Showgirls to Face/Off. Mira Sorvino attends Romy and Michelle's High School Reunion. Still playing the bad guy, Gary Oldman on The Fifth Element, Air Force One and Lost in Space. Minnie Driver looks Grosse Point Blank at Sleeper and Big Night. John Cusack shakes off his brat pack image for Grosse Point Blank and Con Air. Brilliant Director Robert Zemeckis of Back to the Future fame on his clever Sci-Fi hit, Contact. Plus a peview of 1998.
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Film Review Special #21, James Bond 35th Anniversary 1997 Film Review Special #21, James Bond 35th Anniversary 1997
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The 30th anniversary of Bond… James Bond. An issue packed full with all things 007-style. Bond's enemies, from Blofeld to Oddjob, they're all there. Jonathan Pryce, aka Bond baddie Elliot Carver, on his role in Tomorrow Never Dies. Pierce Brosnan, the man destined to be Bond from birth talks about his film career. Tomorrow Never Dies co-star Michelle Yeoh on what its like playing a Bond girl. Films influenced by James Bond. Director Roger Spottiswoode talks about Tomorrow Never Dies. Bond trivia, things you knew and didn’t. Classic Bond, we take a look at Goldfinger. Desmond Llewelyn on his days as gadget man Q. Bond music genius John Barry on his Bond songs. Bond girls – politically incorrect but we love them! Plus interviews with Kevin Spacey, John Woo, Noah Wyle, Alien Resurrection, Francis McDormand, Richard E Grant and Julia Ormond about their latest films.


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Film Review Special #20, Batman/Lost World 1997 Film Review Special #20, Batman/Lost World 1997
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Batman and Robin / The Lost World (Jurassic Park 2) special – two different front covers. To accompany the newest Batman film, we examine how the films have changed over the years with Batman Forever, Batman Returns and Batman itself. George Clooney, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Joel Schumacher revealed. Batman may change – but Michael Gough will always be Alfred. Full review of The Lost World. Vince Vaughn interview. The Lost World's youngest actor, Vanessa Lee Chester. We meet the producers behind the sequel to Jurassic Park. Also, Tommy Lee Jones interviewed and previews of The Fifth Element, Con Air and Pallbearer.


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