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Jul 2004 • ships from Jun 17 2004
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132 packed pages

King Arthur
• Historical epics can be dull, but certainly not this one! For our cover story, we talked to director Antoine Fuqua and stars Clive Owen and Keira Knightley who told us all about their right royal drama

Lady K Mk IIThe Ladykillers
• We collared Joel Coen and demanded to know why, with brother Ethan, he wanted to remake the classic Ealing comedy and whether he feels it lives up to the original.

Web returnSpider-Man 2
• As this super-powered sequel swings onto the big screen, we invited director Sam Raimi and star Kirsten Dunst into our parlour to chat about the film – surely a summer hit.

Jackie ChanAround the World
in 80 Days

• This adaptation of Jules Verne’s classic stars Steve Coogan as Phileas Fogg and Jackie Chan as Passepartout. Chan gave us the inside scoop.

Your Film Review!
• We know what we think about all the latest movies, but what are your opinions? We nipped down to our local cinema to find out!

Shrek 2
• After the phenomenal success of Shrek, this sequel was guaranteed and looks set to eclipse the first film in terms of box office success. Voice stars Mike Myers and Antonio Banderas join director Andrew Adamson for an animated discussion about the film!

Call Sheet:
A Bridge Too Far

• We cast a fond look back at the making of Richard Attenborough’s World War II classic that boasts a stellar cast including Michael Caine and Gene Hackman.

The Bigger Picture
• Want to know what are the biggest and best movies coming your way? Then let us tell you all about Jude Law in re-make What’s It All About Alfie, Geoffrey Rush in biopic The Life and Death of Peter Sellers and Al Pacino and Ben Stiller in comedy sequel Meet the Fockers

Sealed Section!

• We have the hottest news in Hollywood carefully under wraps! Including all the latest news and gossip from the star-studded Cannes Film Festival, why Demi Moore has hit the headlines and what exactly were Jake Gyllenhaal and Kirsten Dunst doing in the department store changing room?

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

New Movies! Over 20 brand spanking new releases –
including the above as well as...

  • Godsend
    Al Pacino plays a doctor who clones a young boy who has been killed in an accident on his eighth birthday. Things go well, until the clone reaches the age of eight. Decidedly creepy stuff!

  • Twisted
    Ashley Judd plays the cop who finds herself in the middle of her own murder investigation in this edge of the seat thriller that proves just why she is one of the best actresses around.

  • The Prince and Me
    Julia Stiles is the ordinary girl who falls in love with a prince when he enrols at her university in this sweet teen romance that only highlights the actress’s talent and versatility.

Home Entertainment – 15 pages reviewing the latest cable and satellite films showing at home, videos, books, CDs, DVDs…

  • Including…
  • Jodie Foster in the fantastic Panic Room three-disc collector’s edition
  • Kevin Costner back on form in Western Open Range
  • Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson in the Oscar-winning Lost in Translation

Despatches: – 9 packed pages of the hottest movie news

  • Hugh Jackman to play Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle?
  • Brad Pitt and Keira Knightley to star in a new Pride and Predjudice
  • Gwyneth Paltrow to portray screen legend Marlene Dietrich
  • All the latest UK and US box-office figures and much, much more
  • Competitions
    Win the latest releases including Starsky & Hutch and The Statement – and an amazing School of Rock prize where you could yourself a fabulous new guitar guaranteed to impress your mates and annoy your neighbours!

  • Film Facts
    Once again you put our resident film brainiac to the test with your wild and wacky (not to mention x-rated) questions!

  • Next Issue
    Take a look at what we’re covering in the August 2004 edition of Film Review when we look to the future with Will Smith in I, Robot, go undercover with Matt Damon in The Bourne Supremacy and celebrate Jennifer Garner being 13 Going On 30!

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