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Jun 2002 • ships from Apr 25 2002
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Star Wars: Attack of the Clones
• Following on from our interview in the latest Film Review Special, Jedi knights Hayden Christensen and Ewan McGregor reveal how utterly marvellous it is to be in the new Star Wars movies but know there’s more to life than the next two sequels. From lightsabre duels and clone armies, they also reveal their plans for the future.

Jodie Foster in Panic RoomMovie Spotlight: Panic Room
• It had a fraught production… but director David Fincher and (replacement) star Jodie Foster reveal how he stuck by his guns and was proved right by three weeks as the US box-office #1.

Steve Coogan as Tony Wilson24 Hour Party People
• Steve Coogan, aka Alan Partridge, wouldn’t let anyone else play Manchester music entrepreneur Tony Wilson: “I thought someone else might cock it up,” he says.

Denzel Washington in John QDenzel Washington – John Q
• He's just won an Oscar for Training Day and now he's back in cinemas with a controversial tale of a man who will do anything to save the life of his sick son…

Sean Pertwee in Dog SoldiersDog Soldiers
• This Brit-made tale of stranded soldiers besieged by werewolves takes on the big guns and wins! Sean Pertwee talks about his lead role and why isn’t he as famous as business partners Ewan, Sadie and Jude…

The Warrior
• A big change of scenery: Film Review makes for the deserts of Rajastan and talks to Asif Kapadia, the London-born director who pulled out all the stops for his award-winning debut epic about an assassin trying to mend his ways.

1-star film Our new-look reviews section! 5-star film
What Film Review is all about!
32 pages bringing you the next four weeks of releases!

New Movies! 21 brand spanking new releases -
including the above as well as...

  • Pollock
    Oscar-winning feature which sees Ed Harris star and direct as the self-destructive artist whose work went on to be world renowned
  • The Majestic
    Jim Carrey gets serious (again) as a man hounded out of Fifties’ Hollywood who then loses his memory and wakes up in a town that embraces him as a long-lost war hero…
  • Still Showing…
    Our diligent low-down on more than 50 films still showing in the UK at press-time.

Home Entertainment – 7 pages reviewing
the latest videos, books, CDs, DVDs...

  • Including Harry Potter, the new edition of cult favourite The Wicker Man, and the definitive cut of Apocalypse Now: Redux!

Despatches: – 8 pages of the hottest movie news

  • Jamie Billy Elliott Bell’s new war-and-horror drama Death Watch
  • The big-screen version of Knight Rider
  • Hugh Grant - the new Prime Minister?
  • What Russell Crowe’s up to this month
  • The Arnie remake of Westworld
  • ...and much, much more…
  • Competitions
    Win the chance to become a martial arts expert in our Kiss of the Dragon promotion, not to mention a selection of DVDs and videos, and even a shiny new DVD player!
  • The Best Seat in the House
    James Cameron-Wilson might have loved the Oscar ceremony but now find out what he thought of the Golden Raspberries! And don’t forget, you can always test his movie knowledge in our famous Film Facts!
  • Next Issue
    Take a quick peek into the future with our guide to upcoming movies, including the web-tastic Spider-Man, the Oscar-winning Monster's Ball and, surprisingly for Hollywood, the no-sex-please-we're-American Forty Days and Forty Nights

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