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Film Review Special #39, Sequels 2002 Film Review Special #39, Sequels 2002
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Guiding you through the explosive minefield of films which boast a ‘2’, a ‘II’, or even a ‘Final Chapter’… Star Wars: Episode II – Attack Of The Clones – Ewan MacGregor and Hayden Christensen interviewed, plus the latest pictures. Queen of the Damned – Stuart Townsend on taking over the role of the vampire Lestat. Sequels Preview 2002 – The Matrix Reloaded, Harry Potter's Chamber of Secrets, Charlie's Angels: Halo and more... Plus, our wide-ranging examination of what makes sequels work (or not) in Second Time Lucky, counting down The Best 20 Sequels… Ever! – and we accuse The Worst 10 too. Our 2002 Summer Preview looks to the best of the non-sequels. Also included: Geena Davis on Stuart Little 2, Michelle Rodriguez on Resident Evil, and the stars of Star Trek X: Nemesis.
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Film Review Special #38, Yearbook 2002 Film Review Special #38, Yearbook 2002
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Our 10th Yearbook looks back at 2001, with every film released – over 300 movies! – reviewed and fully indexed. From A.I. to Zoolander via The Lord of the Rings and, er, Pearl Harbor, it’s all here. We chart the cinematic year's highs and lows, from Amélie and Crouching Tiger to (oh dear!) Freddie Got Fingered. Plus 10 great interviews with Hollywood’s hottest in 2001: Daniel Radcliffe – the face of Harry Potter; Elijah Wood – leading the Lord of the Rings trilogy; Cate Blanchett – consolidating stardom via LotR, Bandits and The Gift; Angelina Jolie – who took on the mantle of Lara Croft: Tomb Raider; Mark Wahlberg – working with Tim Burton on Planet of the Apes; Penélope Cruz – from her meteoric rise to Woman on Top via Vanilla Sky; Billy Bob Thornton – All the Pretty Horses' director was also The Man Who Wasn’t There; Kate Hudson – the Almost Famous star on her influences; Nicole Kidman – a staggering year for the Moulin Rouge star; Renée Zellweger – Bridget Jones’s Diary made this Texan an English cultural icon. All in our unique 132-page Yearbook.
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Film Review Special #37, Fantasy 2001 Film Review Special #37, Fantasy 2001
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Very short supply Lord of the Rings (12 pages) – Visit Middle-earth, in Fellowship with John Rhys Davies (Gimli), Orlando Bloom (Legolas) and Viggo Mortensen (Aragorn). With Christopher Lee (Saruman) on this cinema landmark, Liv Tyler on walking like an elf-princess, and a detailed look at battle and strategy LoTR tie-ins. Harry Potter & the Philosopher's Stone (7 pages) – Chris Columbus on directing the magic with hundreds of children and at least one dragon. Monsters Inc. – Toy Story director John Lasseter on how to produce a seven-foot furball and a three-foot green blob. The Top 50 Fantasy Movies... Ever – a 32-page countdown of the genre's jewels, including: Sleepy Hollow, Ghostbusters, Shrek, The Wizard of Oz and Snow White. 2002 Preview – 24 pages on coming attractions such as From Hell, Men in Black 2, Minority Report, Star Wars: Attack of the Clones, Scooby-Doo, Spider-Man… Plus 6 more features: director Rob Minkoff on Stuart Little 2, Heather Graham on From Hell, Jeff Bridges on K-PAX, Julianne Moore on The Shipping News, Chris Klein on Rollerball and Hayden Christensen on life before Star Wars.
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Film Review Special #36, Steven Spielberg 2001 Film Review Special #36, Steven Spielberg 2001
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With the release of Jurassic Park III (as producer) and A.I. (as director), Spielberg’s still very hot property. Celebrating one of the greatest all-time directors, we survey his considerable influence on movies, those who have influenced him and those who have worked with him. Spielberg and Haley Joel Osment talk about A.I's robotic world. There's an extensive review section on all the director's films, including Saving Private Ryan, The Color Purple and Jaws. Plus a Top 10 of Perfect Moments, Call Sheet on E.T. – the Extra-Terrestrial, Spielberg-related books reviewed, how the Dreamworks SKG studio was created, and a guide to Spielberg sites on the web. 100 pages.
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Film Review Special #35, Summer Blockbusters 2001 Film Review Special #35, Summer Blockbusters 2001
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Jump on board as we preview the hits destined for the big screen this summer. Photo-previews of 28 movies including Tomb Raider, AI, A Knight's Tale, Final Fantasy, Planet of the Apes, Pearl Harbor, Jurassic Park III and Moulin Rouge. Plus a dozen features including Ben Affleck on Pearl Harbor, make-up master Rick Baker on Planet of the Apes, Angelina Jolie on playing Lara Croft, Heath Ledger on A Knight's Tale, Rachel Leigh Cook on Josie & the Pussycats, Jennifer Love Hewitt on Heartbreakers, Colin Farrell on Tigerland, Jonny Lee Miller on Dracula 2001, Nic Cage on Captain Corelli and Billy Bob Thornton on All the Pretty Horses. Plus behind the scenes on Shrek and Exclusive details on the effects magic on The Mummy Returns.
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Film Review Special #34, Yearbook 2001 Film Review Special #34, Yearbook 2001
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Every single UK cinema release of 2000 reviewed from A to Z, and indexed by cast and director. Over 300 Reviews! Also contains a look at the major movie moments of the year, plus ten interviews with the Faces of 2000: George Clooney on Three Kings and Perfect Storm, Denzel Washington on The Hurricane, Kate Winslet on Quills, Famke Janssen on X-Men, Samuel L Jackson on Shaft, Joaquin Phoenix on Gladiator and Jim Carrey on Man in the Moon. Plus Johnny Depp, Giovanni Ribisi and Kevin Spacey.
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Film Review Special #33, Essential Preview 2000-01 2000 Film Review Special #33, Essential Preview 2000-01 2000
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Sorting out the films you'll surely want to catch this winter and in 2001, with a dozen all-star interviews. Cover – Charlie's Angels – Drew, Cameron and Lucy, the threesome you always wanted. Plus Ben Stiller on Meet the Parents; Jim Carrey on The Grinch; Winona Ryder on Lost Souls; Kate Winslet and Dougray Scott on Enigma; Charlize Theron on Bagger Vance; Helen Hunt on Pay it Forward; Tom Sizemore on Red Planet; Arnold Schwarzenegger on The Sixth Day, and Michelle Yeoh on Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. PLUS – Oscar Preview, we place our bets. And the ultimate DVD guide every movie fan must have.
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Film Review Special #32, The British 2000 Film Review Special #32, The British 2000
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The best of British! Vinnie Jones – the footballer-turned-actor on his movie career, and Guy Ritchie's Snatch. Ridley Scott – Gladiator's celebrated director on his past career and preparing to shoot Hannibal. Spool Britannia – 20 magnificent pages on 10 British films that shook the world! Natural Nylon – inside story on the Britpack-led production company, with Ewan McGregor. Patriot Names – profiles of 16 of the biggest British stars past and present. FilmFour – backstage with the UK's most prolific film company. Plus interviews with Mike Leigh, Sir John Mills and Michael Apted, Call Sheet on Educating Rita, and film-making's unsung heroes – the cinematographers.
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Film Review Special #31, Summer Blockbusters 2000 Film Review Special #31, Summer Blockbusters 2000
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Free CD with 20 trailers and a sci-fi blockbuster music sampler! From Mission Impossible 2 to The Patriot and Stuart Little to Gone in 60 Seconds… all the hot movies for Summer 2000 under one cover, with 28 informative previews! Interviews include John Woo on M:I-2, Wolfgang Petersen on Perfect Storm, Jerry Bruckheimer on Gone in 60 Seconds, Roy Disney on Fantasia 2000, Dennis Quaid on Frequency, Mark Addy on the Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas. Plus Dinosaur, Cannes 2000 and Thomas & the Magic Railroad!
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Film Review Special #30, Yearbook 2000 Film Review Special #30, Yearbook 2000
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Every single cinema release of 1999 reviewed, taking a look at the major movies from the year that included Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, Shakespeare in Love, Austin Powers 2, Notting Hill, Blair Witch Project and The Matrix. Plus interviews with the brightest stars of 1999, including Robert Carlyle, Angelina Jolie, Adam Sandler, Ryan Philippe, Jeremy Northam, Salma Hayek, Brendan Fraser, Hugo Weaving, Douglas Henshall and Ray Winstone.
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