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James Bond: Die Another Day
• The biggest and the best super secret agent has reached his 40th anniversary and his 20th official movie! Find out just how Pierce Brosnan believes he has made the role of James Bond his very own…

Gwyneth PaltrowPossession
• Gwyneth Paltrow talks about her new movie, an adaptation of the award-winning novel of the same name, and why she’d rather live in London than anywhere else in the world!

Timothy SpallMovie Spotlight:
All or Nothing

• Mike Leigh’s film sees Timothy Spall (who should be in line for an Oscar next year) as the put-upon cabbie whose life is falling apart around him…

28 Days Later28 Days Later
• Although there’s stiff competition, all at Film Review reckon this is one of the scariest films we’ve ever seen! New star Cillian Murphy explains why he wanted to be a part of it.

K-19: The Widowmaker
• We delve right to the depths of the new deep-sea drama based on actual terrifying events by interview stars Harrison Ford and Liam Neeson.

Changing Lanes
• It looks like a blockbuster movie and it’s got two blockbusting talented leads in the shape of Ben Affleck and Samuel L Jackson but director Roger Michell reveals that this dark tale is so much more than popcorn fodder!

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

New Movies! 24 brand spanking new releases -
including all the newcomers above, as well as...

  • The Powerpuff Girls
    The tiny but mighty superheroes leap from the small screen of the Cartoon Network to cinemas nationwide where they must save Townsville from the irate primate Mojo Jojo!
  • S1m0ne
    A failing Hollywood director finds success when he enlists the help of an entirely computer-generated star, but whose identity he must keep hidden from the world
  • Two Men Went to War
    A small but charming British film where two naïve soldiers must travel to France during World War II, determined to make their own contribution to the war effort
  • Still Showing
    Our in-depth guide to more than 50 films at cinemas near you the UK at the time of going to press

Home Entertainment – 10 pages reviewing the latest cable and satellite films showing in homes, plus videos, books, CDs, DVDs… Including:

  • Catching the fang-tastic Wesley Snipes in Blade 2
  • Getting caught up with Bruce Willis and Colin Farrell in Hart’s War
  • Finding out that size doesn’t matter with Gwyneth Paltrow in Shallow Hal

Despatches: – 8 pages of the hottest movie news

  • Plans are afoot to make an action star version of Pop Idol!
  • Will the Trainspotting lads get back together for a new Irvine Welsh tale
  • The cast of Ocean’s 11 reeled in for another major league heist!
  • All the latest box-office charts
  • …and much, much more!
  • Competitions
    Win copies of the latest rental releases including Hugh Grant’s About a Boy and Jim Carrey’s The Majestic – with a scriptwriting course and a lap-top thrown in, too!
  • The Best Seat in the House
    James Cameron-Wilson argues that the new ‘12A’ rating from the BBFC does children no favours at all. And, don’t forget, you can always put his movie knowledge to the test in our famous Film Facts!
  • Next Issue
    Who actually can wait for the next instalment of the Harry Potter saga, The Chamber of Secrets? We know we can’t! There’s also a trip to the Black Country with Anita & Me and there’s the controversial film The Quiet American.

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