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Sep 2002 • ships from Aug 15 2002
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The Sweetest Thing
• Cameron Diaz, Christina Applegate and Selma Blair hunt in the clubs and bars for their prey: men! When you think you’ve let the perfect man slip through your fingers, just get your friends together and hunt him down!

Mel Gibson in SignsMovie Spotlight Signs
• Director M Night Shyamalan talks about the pressure on him to produce a third hit film and Mel Gibson reveals what frightens him most in this tale of crop circles.

Sombre Robin WilliamsInsomnia
• Robin Williams talks about playing the prime suspect in a murder case in Insomnia alongside Al Pacino and as a creepy photo shop assistant in the terrifying One Hour Photo

Matt DamonThe Bourne Identity
• Matt Damon discusses how he hopes to bring a new dimension to action thrillers in his latest role as a man who wakes up on a beach, having been shot and with no memory. . .

The Importance of Being Earnest
• As Oscar Wilde’s genteel tale of life in the upper classes is translated for the big screen, we talk to star Reese Witherspoon about costume dramas, morality and handbags!

The Guru
• As Bollywood and Hollywood collide in one of the most colourful movies of the year, star Jimi Mistry shares with us some words of wisdom. And some on-set gossip!

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22 pages bringing you the next four weeks of releases!

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

  • Spy Kids 2
    The pint-sized adventurers have mum and dad’s help in this second helping of gadget-filled fun!
  • Talk to Her
    Pedro Almodóvar’s latest film proves he’s still one of the best directors in the world!
  • Once Upon a Time in the Midlands
  • Still Showing. . .
    Our in-depth guide to more than 50 films still showing in the UK at press-time

Home Entertainment – 9 pages reviewing the latest cable and satellite films showing in homes, plus videos, books, CDs, DVDs… Including:

  • The marvellous and miraculous Monsters, Inc
  • Taking a peek at The Princess Diaries
  • Joining Ethan Hawke on his Training Day

Despatches: – 9 pages of the hottest movie news

  • Brand new Daredevil pictures
  • Have best buddies Ben Affleck and Matt Damon reconciled now that they could be playing Batman and Superman together?
  • How footy soccer star David Beckham has broken into movies
  • …and much, much more!
  • Competitions
    Win copies of the latest rental releases, including A Beautiful Mind on VHS and The Royal Tenenbaums and Hearts in Atlantis on DVD – with a DVD player thrown in, too!
  • The Best Seat in the House
    James Cameron-Wilson examines why cinema-goers are increasingly ignoring serious movies and relying on cinema for a bit of escapism. And don’t forget, you can always put his knowledge to the test in our famous Film Facts!
  • Next Issue
    Follow Tom Hanks down the Road to Perdition, catch the latest Disney animated blockbuster, Lilo & Stitch, see Dennis Quaid make his movie come-back with The Rookie and join Anthony Hopkins for dinner in Red Dragon!

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